"I know what you're going through. You need to calm down and take a deep breath." Aphrodite
I always loved animals
But a certain wild animal from when I was a kid stands out in my mind. Red Hooded Fairy Tail Wolf was one of my favorite books when I was little! The Wolf! It's not clear why, maybe it's because of his strength and bravery that he was able to live alone in the forest. There are a number of reasons why people adore wolves, but one that stands out is because it's where their Wolf Spirit resides. Some people adore it, some fear its power, and others are downright repulsed by this spirit, but none can deny the love they feel when thinking of their own wolf within them.
As a wild animal lover, I don't think it's right for them to be caged. And living in the forest isn’t my idea of bravery either:). I had been dreaming of getting a big dog for years, and when the time came I didn't want to get stuck with anything smaller. So I bought a large breed dog. A German Shepherd to be precise, big enough so that when he plays with me he can knock me on my butt. Imagine how it feels like to be in the Red Hooded Fairy Tale. I feel powerful!
My dog and I are a pack
However, curiosity has not stopped me from exploring what it means to be wolf-like. I've been reading upon them, and it makes me so glad to know there are people out there who feel this way too. Although there are many types of wolves out in nature, I want to explore one specific type - the white ones! The White Wolf is not only one of the most mythical creatures in existence, but also its symbol was used for centuries.
The White Wolf Symbol is an ancient Native American design that has been used to represent strength and power. It can also represent the purity of the spirit in contrast to the mundane world filled with corruption that is just waiting for you around every corner!
The White Wolf is a type of mythological beings found in many cultures around the world. It has been said to have healing powers and can change its appearance at will.
He is a shape-shifting spirit that takes on any form it needs to in order for its prey. This transformation happens over time, so you might have seen them as human or animal before they finally reveal themselves after watching their victim carefully for many years!
People believed that The White Wolf's breath can cause death through the freezing cold air if it attacks someone directly with no warning at all. A popular legend says that White Wolves are a race of furry, creatures with glowing red eyes and silver fur. Some say they're the protectors or ancestors, we've been waiting for; others insist these wolfmen exist only in old folk tales told by elders long since passed away...
Werewolf stories and superstitions can be found in every country around the world
Japanese culture is one that I love to explore because they believe wolves are good luck for your health! It's no secret that health is something to take seriously. Japanese also were using Wolf Talismans and Charms to protect against fire, disease, and other calamities. They were hoping that the wolves had special powers because their howls could be heard by those far away even through walls or mountains. I always felt a sense of mystery when I heard howling. The howl of the wolf is one of those things that capture your attention and never let go.
Little too scary for you?
Let's get back from the mythical world of mythology to a more realistic one. So, do White Wolves exist? Of course, they do! Arctic wolves are often called the "polar wolf" or white. Though they're not actually white like their names suggest these canines dwell near or on topsoil regions where it's cold most winters and summers; often referred to as "white" by people who don't know much about wildlife!
The power of an Amulet is unknown until you try...
Our ancestors believed that the wolf talismans would help them with their daily lives. They used them to secure their safety and they were very successful at it because when you're traveling through dangerous territory, having something that feels like an actual wild animal with its power next to yours makes all the difference!
Do you believe in magic? Most people do.
Personally, I don't, but I like to wear my talisman around town. It reminds me that you're only limited by your mind and if something doesn't work out then it's time for a change! It's no crime to carry one even if you can't believe in the power of the talisman.
Have you heard about Wolf Pack? It's been a group of wolves that live and hunt as one. They have been known for their ferocity and loyalty to each other. My Family is like a wolf pack. We protect and care for each other, we rely on one another to succeed in life - that's what family means!
I got these Wolf Talismans for each member of my family: sort of husband-wife-son set.
If you read this entire story, then I'm sure you know what talisman my mom has:)
Did you know:
- The Arctic Wolf is a fierce predator that used its 42 teeth to tear flesh and crush bones.
- The Arctic Wolf consumes more than 20 pounds of meat per meal.
- The Arctic Wolf lives in packs of 5 to 7 members, or rarely on its own.
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