So, what if you're not cristian? 'Cause I seem to have a wraith hovering in my basement eating old books, and I find this story of some old holy dude on a cloud hard to believe, if not dull. I'm not worshipping some guy who probably raped a woman just to have a kid, even if it will result in the wraith's death. I crave the day when the first page of the bible is found. The page that says; "All characters and events in this publication are fictitious and any resemblence to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.".
And anyway, I'm starting to like my wraith. It may eat my old books, but it truly is good company... You should try befriending any wraiths you may meet, people!
Dec 10 2011, 9:15 AM EST by Anonymous
I read a book called Rampant by Diana Peterfreund. About a sect of virgin girls who slay man-eating unicorns. Being a mythos buff. I searched in to the subject after reading the book.
And ancient peoples of India, Asia, Europe, and Germanic tribes believed that original unicorns ate people especially non-virgin women. That the horns or alicorn was highly poisonous and lethal. That's why unicorns were killed in the biblical flood.
That Alexander the Great's steed Baucephelus was actually a unicorn as big as an elephant that resembled a bull. That spoke to Alexander telepathically and came up with battle strategies and tactics. That without Baucephelus he wouldn't have conquered as much as he did.
What do you all think of this?
Apr 26 2011, 2:31 PM EDT by