October. As the month unfolds, the boundary between the spirit and living worlds becomes more and more refined after the full moon and until the great day of celebration. It has been customary for some time now to tell each other frightening stories, safe by the fire, during this month. I will not deviate from the rule. So I present you with a first story to tell for the Halloween month. Read and shiver
Pour la reprise des légendes, je vous invite à découvrir une histoire méso-américaine se nommant "les quatre soleils". Découvrez comment, selon les aztèques, le monde s'est construit, un soleil après l'autre.
It has been a while since I put dream catchers on my site. And... I only realize now that I've never told you about the legend! Well, that's corrected! There are many legends about the dream catcher. For my part, it is the Sioux Lakota woman who is speaking to me and it is the one I am going to tell you.
Why do Sioux tribes particularly like eagle feathers? You've never asked yourself the question? well, now you are. I invite you to come and discover the answer, it's all in a tale
As you now know, my creations are often accompanied by legends. I will look for these in the confines of the Internet or libraries. My creations are based on stories from all over the world. Today, however, I will tell the story of a French mermaid
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