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Fantasy Creatures

Fantasy creatures and mythological animals are part of myth in cultures all over the world. They represented the mysterious unknown, and frequently served a cultural purpose. They were often believed to live in the space between gods and men, sometimes between good and evil. Some were consistently seen as pure and good, such as unicorns, although a threatened unicorn could be deadly in response. The winged Pegasus was a powerful symbolic creature who could carry its rider to safety or to adventure. Some mythological creatures have become a part of religious symbolism. The animal-based, frightful gargoyles which decorate the world’s cathedrals and many Asian temples are there to be protective, to frighten “bad spirits” away.

Some creatures often seen as monstrous and evil also had a caring and protective side. European saw dragons most often as “evil,” while Asian cultures saw dragons as symbols of strength, luck, and protection.

Each of the carved stone or resin fantasy creatures on this website carries the symbolism of the creature,as well as the healing energies of the material from which it is carved or formed.

Fantasy creatures and mythological animals are part of myth in cultures all over the world. They represented the mysterious unknown, and frequently served a cultural purpose. They were often believed to live in the space between gods and men, sometimes between good and evil. Some were consistently seen as pure and good, such as unicorns, although a threatened unicorn could be deadly in response. The winged Pegasus was a powerful symbolic creature who could carry its rider to safety or to adventure. Some mythological creatures have become a part of religious symbolism. The animal-based, frightful gargoyles which decorate the world’s cathedrals and many Asian temples are there to be protective, to frighten “bad spirits” away.

Some creatures often seen as monstrous and evil also had a caring and protective side. European saw dragons most often as “evil,” while Asian cultures saw dragons as symbols of strength, luck, and protection.

Each of the carved stone or resin fantasy creatures on this website carries the symbolism of the creature,as well as the healing energies of the material from which it is carved or formed.


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