Kuyang is an phantom human head without the body and limbs, flying to find the baby's blood. These creatures are known to the people in Borneo. Kuyang actually a man/woman that requires the teaching of black magic to achieve eternal life. During the day, a kuyang will take everyday life as an ordinary person. At night kuyang will fly to find the baby's blood or blood delivery to suck his knowledge as a means of adding strength. #Legend #Ghost #Indonesia
Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire - was built around 1145 over a 5,000 year old pagan burial ground on an intersecting point of leylines. Over the years the pub has seen black magic, devil worship, mysterious deaths, murders and exorcisms. The atmosphere is described as oppressive, even evil. The pub's owner and others have been thrown, rocked violently and thrown down stairs. In the "Bishop's Room" two female spirits are responsible for malfunctioning electronics and severe temperature drops.
Hecate is an ancient goddess. She is associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the Moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy, and sorcery. She has rulership over earth, sea and sky, as well as a more universal role as Saviour, Mother of Angels and the Cosmic World Soul. She was one of the main gods worshiped in Athenian households as a protective goddess and one who bestowed prosperity and daily blessings on the family.
Hecate (or Hekate), 1901, pastel by Maximilian Pirner, Czechoslovakian, 1854-1924. The three-bodied goddess in this very unusual artwork holds a key, a sword and a torch. The key may be a symbol for the afterlife; the sword a symbol for war or death and the torch a symbol of light to show the way. Hecate is the Greek-Roman goddess of witchcraft, magic, crossroads, necromancy, wilderness and childbirth. Quite a combination for one goddess to oversee.
Two women with a spirit The face of a young woman appears over the woman on the right of the photograph. The reverse of the photograph reads: 'Why is the child always pushing to the front?' and 'Do we get messages from the higher spirits?'; perhaps questions the women wanted answering. One of the sitters, at Hope's request, has signed the plate for authentication. Collection of National Media Museum