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The púca (Irish for spirit/ghost), pooka, phouka, phooka, phooca, puca or púka, is primarily a creature of Irish folklore. Considered to be bringers both of good and bad fortune, they could either help or hinder rural and marine communities. The creatures were said to be shape changers which could take the appearance of black horses, goats and rabbits.
The púca has counterparts throughout the Celtic cultures of Northwest Europe. For instance, in Welsh mythology it is named the pwca or pwwka, and in Cornish the Bucca. In the Channel Islands, the pouque were said to be fairies who lived near ancient stones; in Channel Island French a cromlech is referred to as a pouquelée or pouquelay(e); poulpiquet and polpegan are corresponding terms in Brittany.
originally posted by: amazing
You would be the first one in here! LOL But like every time I see Bill Murray, it's his voice from Stripes I here when I read the posts!
Okay, I was trying to think what your avatar does to my thinking and it makes me believe that you really believe what you post. You could be wrong, but you believe it. That's what your avatar does to me. You may be the most honest person alive but your Avatar gives you the illusion of more honesty. You're Avatar says that you would never lie. LOL