Explore Rare Supernaturals Paranormal-Scope

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Things are not always what they seem. Whether it is walking on a dock surrounded by fog or traveling down a country road at twilight as the shadows lengthen and the sun is lost in the tangle of trees. Our imagination can be the scariest place of all.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

The Inuit have a murderous creature called the Adlet. It is half-human and half-dog. As Fall approaches, decorate your home to create a festive mood. Chase those negative or scary thoughts away.

The Acheri of Northern India brings illness to those who cross its path. It may be time for a wellness checkup with your doctor.

The Nuckelavee of Scotland has one enormous eye, a pig’s nose, and arms that scrape on the ground. It also brings illness. Re-evaluate your exercise program. Remember to confer with your physician first.

The Gulon of Sweden has a fox’s tail, a lion’s body, and a cat’s head. As an eater of the dead, it likes to dig up the past. Consider where your search for family history can take you.

The Futakuchi-onna from Japan looks like a woman but beneath her hair at the back of her head is a very hungry mouth. She can’t stop eating. She usually appears to those who are being greedy. Share with others.

The Rompo eats anything dead. Its frightful appearance is made of the body parts from various other animals. It’s time to go through the wardrobe, toss the old, and get some new things.

People on the Orkney Islands once talked about the magical Finfolk. They could live on land or in the ocean, but often came on shore to find a husband or wife. You will make a new friend. Smile a lot.

In Australia, children are warned that if they play too close to the water, the green-furred Bunyip could drag them under. It’s the end of summer, and many people are not paying attention and want to do everything fast. Be careful of your surroundings.

Bokkenrijders from Dutch folklore tell us of powerful sorcerors that would ride in the sky on goats. Walk on the other side of the street to avoid mischief makers.

The Matagot is from Southern France and can be either good or evil. If well-fed with chicken, it can bring wealth to the cook. Invite some friends over for a meal. Be sure to serve chicken.

The Leeyak of Bali is a terrifying, blood drinking shapeshifter.  Be flexible with the changes coming your way for a better outcome.

The Manananggal is a vampiric creature from the Phillipines that actually splits itself to fly. Multitasking isn’t aways the best way to do things. By prioritizing and giving each project the time it deserves, your work may be less stressful.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
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