Stories of fairy-like creatures are told all around the world, including Native cultures throughout North America. This article explores the Little People known to the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) - The Jogah
The Evolution of the collective soul of Mother Earth as told through the perspective of the Sasquatch People, describing the origins of the Fish, Insect, Lizard and Bird People (Part One).
A close look at the different types of personality traits, their characteristics and how to best deal with each one for best work conditions.
When walking in the forest alone at night, beware of Ghillie Dhu, protector of the forest, from Scottish lore and myth.
Bati or nabati is a greeting-induced malady that can cause headache and stomach ache. Another word for this is usog or bales and smearing saliva on the forehead or stomach of the affected person is done to counteract bati.
The second installment in the Urban Legend Series will investigate Native American folklore, specifically, that of the water baby.
Cultural Observation: An Observation of My Experience at La Mexicana
Sociological theoretical perspectives offer different ways of looking at social behaviour. None of these perspectives can fully explain the social phenomena, in this case religion.
Here's a quick Greek mythology trivia quiz on the 12 Olympian gods. Be sure to scroll down and find out more about the answers, or take other quizzes in the series!
The Algonquin tribes from the northern United States and southern parts of Canada were on the verge of starvation, as natural food sources were running dry. Becoming desperate, as a last resort some members of the tribes had resorted to cannibalism as a means of survival, and it was at this point...