The Devil's Tritone or the Devil's Interval, (diabolus in musica,) is a combination of tones, which has led to some of the most chilling melodies in music history, from classical compositions to heavy metal riffs.
The Aztec death whistle was most likely used as a spiritual conduit of sorts during religious practices and it's also widely believed that it was used as a form of psychological warfare. It was used to terrify Aztec and pre-Columbian foes on the battle field.
Also checkout Jackalope, Wolpertinger, and Lepus Cornutus but the Al-mi'raj or Almiraj (Arabic: المعراج al-mi'raj) is known as a mythical beast from Arabic poetry, said to live on a mysterious island called Jezîrat al-Tennyn within the confines of the Indian Ocean. I couldn't find much about this island...but there is a perfume, which I found… Continue reading Mythical Creature, “the Al-mi’raj,” a horned rabbit from Arabic poetry- with writing prompt
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Photo Credit: https://tinyurl.com/yyvam4ej The Ghanaian Anansi spider is believed to be a god, responsible for creating the sun, the stars and the moon, as well as teaching mankind the techniques of agriculture and were passed down in the oral tradition over the span of hundreds of years. The stories have survived a lot. According to… Continue reading Mythological Creature; the Anansi SPIDER of West Africa and the African Diaspora