Selasa, 19 Maret 2013

Big Foot

Bigfoot is a mysterious creature diciri-characterize very large, estimated at 2.5 m height. with feathers covering her entire body. Bigfoot reportedly been found in the region of Canada and North America since the 19th century. In view of footprints estimated to weigh up to 400 kg. Bigfoot also known as Sasquatch. Sasquatch is the name of animal legends circulating in North America.

Bigfoot meaning big feet are a giant creature remains of antiquity. It is estimated, the animal is still alive in the snowy mountains, including in the United States and the Himalayas of China, and people believe these creatures can be found throughout the world by different names, such as the Yeti of Tibet and Nepal, Yeren in China and Yowie in Australia.


A troll is a supernatural being in Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. In origin, troll may have been a negative synonym for a jötunn (plural jötnar), a being in Norse mythology. In Old Norse sources, beings described as trolls dwell in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves, live together in small family units, and are rarely helpful to human beings.

Later, in Scandinavian folklore, trolls became beings in their own right, where they live far from human habitation, are not Christianized, and are considered dangerous to human beings. Depending on the region from which accounts of trolls stem, their appearance varies greatly; trolls may be ugly and slow-witted or look and behave exactly like human beings, with no particularly grotesque characteristic about them. Trolls are sometimes associated with particular landmarks, which at times may be explained as formed from a troll exposed to sunlight. One of the most famous elements of Scandinavian folklore, trolls are depicted in a variety of media in modern popular culture.

Jumat, 01 Maret 2013

Harry Potter's Magical Creatures: Dementor

The dementors are "soulless creatures among the foulest beings on Earth". They are soul-sucking fiends who, as their name suggests, cause people who encounter them for too long to lose their minds. They are the guards of the wizard prison, Azkaban, until after the return of Lord Voldemort.

Harry Potter's Magical Creatures: Three Headed Dog
Three-headed dogs are very rare creatures. It is unknown if, like the Runespoor, each head serves a different purpose. Their great weakness is the inability to resist falling asleep to the sound of music.

Rubeus Hagrid once owned a three-headed dog named Fluffy, which he obtained from a Greek man he met at a pub.

Harry Potter's Magical Creatures: Owl

Harry Potter. If we talk about this film, we can't forget about magical creatures in this film. One of which is Owl.
In Harry Potter, Owl bridge the magical and muggle world, carrying messages, packages, and even Nimbus 2000s with ease as they make it clear to muggles that when a message needs to get through, it WILL get through. One Snowy Owl named Hedwig also provides warm companionship when a lonely wizard named Harry needs it. There are some Owl that "played" in this film. Check this out.

Senin, 29 Oktober 2012


Halloween or Hallowe'en is a tradition of celebration the night of October 31, and particularly celebrated in the United States. This tradition comes from Ireland, and taken by the Irish who emigrated to North America. Children celebrated Halloween by wearing spooky costumes and going from door to door asking neighbors candy or chocolate, saying "Trick or treat!" Speech is a kind of "threat" which means "Give us the (candy) or we jahili." In today's world, children are usually no longer menjahili house people who do not give anything. Some children still menjahili home the stingy way decorate the tree in front of their house with toilet paper or write to the windows with soap.

Rabu, 22 Agustus 2012



Midgard (an anglicised form of Old Norse Miðgarðr; Old English Middangeard, Old High German Mittilagart, Gothic Midjun-gards; literally "middle enclosure") is the name for the world (in the sense of oikoumene) inhabited by and known to humans in early Germanic cosmology, and specifically one of the Nine Worlds and in Norse mythology.
This name occurs in Old Norse literature as Miðgarðr. In Old Saxon Heliand it appears as Middilgard and in Old High German poem Muspilli it appears as Mittilagart. The Gothic form Midjungards is attested in the Gospel of Luke as a translation of the Greek word οἰκουμένη. The word is present in Old English epic and poetry as Middangeard; later transformed to Middellærd or Mittelerde ("Middle-earth") in Middle English literature.

All these forms are from a Common Germanic *midja-gardaz (*meddila-, *medjan-), a compound of *midja- "middle" and *gardaz "yard, enclosure". In early Germanic cosmology, the term stands alongside world (Old English weorold, Old Saxon werold, Old High German weralt, Old Frisian warld and Old Norse verǫld), from a Common Germanic compound *wira-alđiz literally the "age of men".


In Norse religion, Asgard (Old Norse: Ásgarðr; meaning "Enclosure of the Æsir") is one of the Nine Worlds and is the country or capital city of the Norse Gods surrounded by an incomplete wall attributed to a Hrimthurs riding the stallion Svaðilfari, according to Gylfaginning. Valhalla is located within Asgard. Odin and his wife, Frigg, are the rulers of Asgard.