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Not gonna lie, this probably isn’t going to be a very happy blog. If we’re honest, life kind of sucks for werewolves right now. We’ve all seen the signs, right? 81 more words



Lycanfloofpy (floofinition) – a delusion that a housepet has become a wolf; a housepet’s assumption of the form and characteristics of a wolf held to be possible by witchcraft, magic, or quantum mechanics. 36 more words




Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day for October 31, 2018 is:

lycanthropy • \lye-KAN-thruh-pee\ • noun

1 : a delusion that one has become a wolf… 199 more words


Werewolf Week, Religious Returns: St. Augustine on Lycanthropy

In discussing tales of Diomedes’ companions being turned into birds, Augustine in De Civitate Dei (City of God) discusses werewolves (18.17, the full text… 419 more words


GeekOut Shrewsbury October ’18 – Lycanthropy

You’ll excuse me if I was glad of a quieter GeekOut this month, it’s been an exhausting few weeks, culminating in being unwillingly decorated for Hallowe’en last Friday. 570 more words


Ritual Sacrifice and Lycanthropy: Pausanias for Werewolf Week

In the second century CE, Pausanias composed ten books on the sights and wonders of ancient Greece. His text provides some of the only accounts of architecture, art and culture that have been lost in intervening centuries.   415 more words