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Originally posted by The Eagle
Originally posted by Amaterasu
I know I'm coming in late... But I "feel/see" purple - indigoish. It's really hard to put it to words, actually. But that's roughly what I get.
Funnily enough, when i looked at the pictures earlier after reading MischeviousElf's post the first thing i "felt" was purple. Interesting...
Mediæval European miners believed in underground spirits. The kobold (dwarf-like creature) filled this role in German folklore and is similar to other creatures of the type, such as the English knocker and the Welsh coblynau. Stories of subterranean kobolds were common in Germany by the 16th century. Superstitions miners believed the creatures to be expert miners and metalworkers who could be heard constantly drilling, hammering, and shoveling. .
A gnome is a mythical creature characterized by its extremely small size and subterranean lifestyle.
mythical creatures such as goblins and dwarves are often represented as gnomes, and vice versa.
A Kallikantzaros (Greek: Καλλικάντζαρος) pl. Kallikantzaroi is a malevolent goblin in Greek and Cypriot folk tradition. They dwell underground but come to the surface from 25 December to 6 January
Huldufólk, or Hidden People, are a part of Icelandic folklore.
Some see the term as synonymous with álfar (elves), while others differentiate between the two
Originally posted by BlueOrb
reply to post by Skyfloating
There is a (surprisingly) thourough entry on Wikipedia for the Pied Piper, and i think the best explanatio for this is that the "children" were not in fact kids, but people (adults) who were born in Hamelin, who then left the town to populate some region further away, pehaps in Czechoslovakia. The Piper, could have been a representative of the landowner who owned the lands they left the villeg for.
Originally posted by ilaruum
Suddenly Hitler said to one of his military adjutants: "Looks like a flow of blood. This time we won't get away without the use of force."
Originally posted by white eagle
Originally posted by flymetothemoon
Maby you would like to tell if you have a theori about this event ?
i know this event very well. some times ago there was a news paper.
this event is a fake based on the myth of missing time at untersberg.
Let's see those "do not enter" signs, I'm really astonished that there would be any there, and whether it's simple to get around them or not
Originally posted by Skyfloating
reply to post by AdAstra
I learned something new, nice catch. My first google approach toward Helfenburg reveals it to be a legendary city in which dwarfs and fairies lived. Something to look into for sure.