Otherkin
Otherkin are those who identify as partially or entirely non-human. They contend that they are, in spirit if not in body, not human. This is explained by some members of the otherkin community as poss...
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Species dysphoria
Species dysphoria is the experience of dysphoria, sometimes including dysmorphia (excessive concern over one's body image), associated with the feeling that one's body is of the wrong species. Earls a...
Lycanthropy
A werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope (from the Greek λυκάνθρωπος lykánthropos: λύκος, lykos, "wolf", and ἄνθρωπος, anthrōpos, "man"), is a mythological or folkloric human with the ability to shapes...
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Walk-in
A walk-in is a new age concept of a person whose original soul has departed his or her body and has been replaced with a new soul, either temporarily or permanently.A "walk-in" is where the original s...
Therianthropy
Therianthropy is the mythological ability of human beings to metamorphose into animals by means of shapeshifting. It is possible that cave drawings found at Les Trois Frères, in France, depict ancient...
Theriocephaly
Theriocephaly (from Greek θηρίον therion ‘beast’ and κεφαλή kefalí ‘head’) is the condition or quality of having the head of an animal - commonly used to refer the depiction in art of humans (or deiti...
Skin-walker
In some Native American legends, a skin-walker is a person with the natural ability to turn into any animal he or she desires. To be able to transform, legend sometimes requires that the skin-walker w...
Therianthropy in popular culture
Werewolf fiction denotes the portrayal of werewolves and other shapeshifting man/woman-beasts, in the media of literature, drama, film, games, and music. Werewolf literature includes folklore, legend,...
Centauroid
Hybrids are mythological creatures combining body parts of more than one real species.
They can be classified as partly human hybrids (such as mermaids or centaurs), and non-human hybrids combini...
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Ailuranthrope
A werecat (also written in a hyphenated form as were-cat) is a name coined in 1970s pop culture in analogy to "werewolf" for a feline therianthropic creature.Etymology Ailuranthropy comes from the Gre...
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Cynanthropy
Cynanthropy (sometimes spelled kynanthropy) is, in medicine, the pathological delusion of real persons that they are dogs and in anthropology and folklore, the supposed magical practice of shape-shift...
Hybrid (mythology)
Hybrids are mythological creatures combining body parts of more than one real species.
They can be classified as partly human hybrids (such as mermaids or centaurs), and non-human hybrids combini...
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Shapeshifting
In mythology, folklore and fantasy fiction, shapeshifting, or metamorphosis is the ability of an entity to physically transform into another being or form. This is usually achieved through an inherent...
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Nagual
In Mesoamerican folk religion, a Nagual or Nahual (both pronounced [na'wal]) is a human being who has the power to transform either spiritually or physically into an animal form: most commonly a donke...
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