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Koschei the Deathless ~ Slavic folklore figure known for his inability to die. He's described as ugly. Also known as a shape-shifter, sometimes seen as a monster or a human, he preferred to kidnap his female victims in the form of a whirlwind tornado. Obtaining immortality through the removal of his soul, it was said he hid it in a needle, inside an egg, in a duck, in a rabbit, locked in an iron or crystal chest, then buried under a green oak. In legend, he was killed by Prince Ivan of…

Koschei the Deathless ~ Slavic folklore figure known for his inability to die. He's described as ugly. Also known as a shape-shifter, sometimes seen as a monster or a human, he preferred to kidnap his female victims in the form of a whirlwind tornado. Obtaining immortality through the removal of his soul, it was said he hid it in a needle, inside an egg, in a duck, in a rabbit, locked in an iron or crystal chest, then buried under a green oak. In legend, he was killed by Prince Ivan of…

Susanoo(Shinto god of the sea and storms) & Kushinadahime( which means a mysterious goddess of rice fields )

Susanoo(Shinto god of the sea and storms) & Kushinadahime( which means a mysterious goddess of rice fields )

建速須佐之男命-takehayasusanoonomikoto- It is God which appears in a Japanese myth.

建速須佐之男命-takehayasusanoonomikoto- It is God which appears in a Japanese myth.

Feb 22 looms as possibly a very uncomfortable day for us mortals, what with the Viking End of the World and all. So how will it unfold? Find out with the Ragnarok Timeline of Events. Part 4 of a 5.

Feb 22 looms as possibly a very uncomfortable day for us mortals, what with the Viking End of the World and all. So how will it unfold? Find out with the Ragnarok Timeline of Events. Part 4 of a 5.

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