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Fenrir is a huge black wolf, and is the most prominent of the many wolves of Norse mythology. The offspring of the trickster god Loki and the giantess Angrboda, Fenrir is the brother of the giant serpent Jormungand and the goddess of the underworld Hel. It is believed that many of the other wolves mentioned in Old Norse literature, such as Skoll, Garmr and Hati, are simply Fenrir going under a different name...

Poseidon is the mythical Greek god of the sea, earthquakes and horses. Parented by Cronus and Rhea, Poseidon is the brother of ZeusHades, Hestia, Demeter and Hera. After Cronus had been overthrown, Zeus split the world with his brothers, giving Poseidon the seas, himself the skies and Hades the underworld...

Mythically called Undines, water elementals are beautifully graceful, emotional and incredibly willing to help humans. Undines control the waters of the planet, living hidden from the naked eye in sea caves, lakes, rivers, marshlands and waterfalls. Many Undines are said to be the wandering spirits of love-lorn women and that their endless tears composed Earths oceans...

Welcome to Myth Den, the home of myths, legends and folklore.

All over the world there are extraordinary tales - stories that once upon a time were believed to be true, but are today limited to the sphere of myths, legends and folklore. The question remains, are those ancient gods, heroes and creatures something that existed in the minds of our ancestors, or were they based on true events? We venture to discover the mythology of our world - mythology that may hold truths that can unlock the secrets of our ancient origins...