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hello bretherin i am here to keep u amused with ancient storys of werewolves

 

Stories of men turning into beasts go back to antiquity. In parts of ancient Greece, werewolf myths, stemming from prehistoric times became linked with the Olympian religion.

Lycanthropy (werewolfism) was named for Apollo Lycaeus, "Wolfish Apollo," who used to be worshipped in the famous Lyceum or "Wolf-temple" where Socrates taught. Apollo was mated to Artemis as a divine Wolf ***** at Troezen, where she purified Orestes with the blood of nine sacrificial victims. Pausanias said Apollo was originally an Egyptian deity, deriving his name from Up-Uat (Ap-ol), a very ancient name of Anubis.

In another myth, Lycaeus, or Lycaeon, was a Pelasgian wolf-king who reigned in a nine- year cycle as spouse of the Ninefold Goddess, Nonacris. Lycaon, decided to trick Zeus. He fed Zeus a banquet of meats in which he had included human flesh. Zeus became incensed and turned Lycaon into a wolf, but allowed him to keep his human mind so to be always aware of his doom.

In Arcadia, Mt. Lycaeus was the place for the cult of the Wolf-Zeus. Every year, gatherings took place at which the priests were said to prepare a sacrificial feast that included meat mixed with human parts. According to legend, whoever tasted it became a wolf and could not turn into a man unless he abstained from human flesh for nine years.

Virgil said the first werewolf was Moires, spouse of the trinitarian Fate goddess (Moera), from whom he learned secrets of magic, including the necromantic knack of calling up the dead from their tombs. Virgil is familiar with transformation of human beings into wolves. In the novel Satyricon, written about year 60 by Gaius Petronius, one of the characters recites a story about a man who turns into a wolf during a full moon.

The Roman Pliny the Elder, quoting Euanthes, says that a man of Anthus' family was selected by lot and brought to a lake in Arcadia, where he hung his clothing on an ash tree and swam across. This resulted in his being transformed into a wolf, and he wandered in this shape nine years. Then, if he had attacked no human being, he was at liberty to swim back and resume his former shape. Probably the two stories are identical, though we hear nothing of participation in the Lycaean sacrifice by the descendant of Antaeus. Herodotus in his Histories tells us that the Neuri, a tribe he places to the north-east of Scythia were annually transformed for a few days, and

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Yes, finally. Someone mentions Peter Stubb, one of the most classic werewolf reports, in my opinion. And, to be fair and make a very good point, please, people. stop your swearing and crap. I don't think anyone enjoys reading comments like the ones either above or below me. thank you.

WHAT THE **** YOU ***** WEREWOLVES ARE NOT FAKE AT ALL MOTHER ******!!!! U DUMBASS HUMANS THINK WEREWOLVES ARE FAKE BUT WE ARE NOT YOU *****!!!!! STOP SAYING WERWOLVES ARE MYTHS YOU STUPID MOTHER ******* DUMB WEIRD *** ***** YOU SON OF A GON NOW BACK THE **** OF WEREWOLVES AND LEAVE US IN PEACE.

If u guys got nothing good to say than shut the f**** up

are ug guys truly crazy? i mn werewolves.wake up all has gt brains and most can think .this is the 21st cntury!

stupid posers you mental 14year old children go out and get lives

all of you are stupid posing dumbasses who dont know the first thing about werewolfism and you all better stfu with this stupid fantasy and hateing humans your all fcking humans or where before you wre bitten and fyi you cant become a werewolf by becomeing bit thats a myth brought about by media

He/she actually has a point

But I am still a believer

something is wrong with you people

ik i hate humans to

ah i cant help it i hate the humans to much so i gotto share the hate<br />
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Another case was that of Peter Stubb near Cologne, in 1573. His confession came after he was tortured on the rack. He started the "wicked art", as he called it, at the age of 12. He claimed the Devil had given him a magic belt that enabled him to change into a robust wolf.<br />
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He terrorized the countryside feeding on livestock, 13 children, two pregnant women, tearing the fetuses from the wombs and eating them. He also confessed to having ****** with his daughter and having various mistresses. His sexual appetite remained unsatisfied, so the Devil sent him a succubus.<br />
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His escapades went on for 25 years until hunters tracked him down as a wolf, and he was recognized after slipping off the belt. The judges couldn't find the girdle where Stubb, but they explained this by saying it had "gone to the Devil whence it came, so that it was not to be found." <br />
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Though his case was unproved, Stubb was nastily executed for the crime of lycanthropy: he was sentenced to have the flesh pulled off his bones in ten places with red-hot pincers, then to have his legs and arms broken with a wooden axe; finally to be beheaded and burned. His daughter and one mistress were judged to be accessories to his horrible killings and all were burned to death.

ill have another every day my brothers and sisters