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Cottingley Fairy.  Series of 5 photographs in 1917 by 2 cousins Elsie Wright & Francis Griffiths captured the attention of the world as proof of other  beings.The photo's proved to be faked .

Cottingley Fairy. Series of 5 photographs in 1917 by 2 cousins Elsie Wright & Francis Griffiths captured the attention of the world as proof of other beings.The photo's proved to be faked .

Close-up of Canterbury's Green Man.

Close-up of Canterbury's Green Man.

In Kalevala, the Finnish national epic, Ilmatar was a virgin Personification of Air. Her Father was Sky, Her Mother was Primal Waters. Her name literally means "female air spirit." In Kalevala, Ilmatar is portrayed as androgynous with both male and female aspects, though she is primarily female. She was impregnated by the sea and wind and thus became the mother of Väinämöinen, the Finnish Creator of Life.

In Kalevala, the Finnish national epic, Ilmatar was a virgin Personification of Air. Her Father was Sky, Her Mother was Primal Waters. Her name literally means "female air spirit." In Kalevala, Ilmatar is portrayed as androgynous with both male and female aspects, though she is primarily female. She was impregnated by the sea and wind and thus became the mother of Väinämöinen, the Finnish Creator of Life.

Fragment of a marble panel with depiction of a musician centaur with thyrsus and drum (Dionysiac subjects), from Hadrian's Villa, Hadrianic period (117-138 AD), Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome

Fragment of a marble panel with depiction of a musician centaur with thyrsus and drum (Dionysiac subjects), from Hadrian's Villa, Hadrianic period (117-138 AD), Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome

Griffin by peacay, via Flickr

Griffin by peacay, via Flickr

Gamayun, one of three prophetic birds of Russian folklore, alongside Alkonost and Sirin (painting by Viktor Vasnetsov, 1897).

Gamayun, one of three prophetic birds of Russian folklore, alongside Alkonost and Sirin (painting by Viktor Vasnetsov, 1897).

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