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I would like to present the topic known as European Mythical-mythologic-mytho-myth-mythological creatures.
I would like to discuss European Myths and their "dangerous" creatures, and how it affected their culture and why they had them in the first place.
Trust me, it ranges from old tales used to help children go to sleep to horror stories used to keep those same children in check. And adults. And such
I'll explain in this video, don't rush me.
European mythological stories and creatures go back a long ways away, past medieval times, and going as far back as China is old.
In this presentation, I'm going to mainly focus upon the creatures in the fairytales of old. They were able to impact the people of Europe in various ways, but mostly psychologically. It affected people's behaviour, whether it be children or adult, how individuals perceived things, what people created, and what people feared. It may have been big in the medieval times for fear of the unknown, but even after those days, they stayed to affect the people of Europe in many ways.
Now on with the presentation.
The first creature I would like to discuss is the "Elder Tree Mother", or a Dryad. It is a creature that represents a woman embedded within a tree, blossoms covering her body. Popular folklore emerged in England and the Scandinavian Peninsula, the Elder Mother was used mostly to teach a lesson. It made men afraid to...