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There was an error. Please try again later. The legendary werewolves of Ossory , a kingdom of early medieval Ireland, are the subject of a number of accounts in medieval Irish, English and Norse works.
The legends may have derived from the activities of warriors in ancient Ireland who were the subject of frequent literary comparisons to wolves, and who may have adopted lupine hairstyles or worn wolf-skins while they "went wolfing" and carried out raids.
Wolves, though now extinct in Ireland, were once numerous; the Irish were said to be plagued by the animals and bred a special type of dog, the Irish Wolfhound , to hunt them.
As late as , Coleraine was said to have been attacked by a pack of hungry wolves. They invoked a combination of ferocity, frenzied behaviour, unpredictable and savage animal behaviour, sexual potency and martial prowess.
In the Irish literary mind, wolves were particularly closely linked with the practices of the fianna , warrior bands of landless young men who lived for much of their time in the wilderness and were thought of as living in close proximity to supernatural forces.
Warriors were often depicted with canine attributes and shared a common motif of a wild, dishevelled or naked appearance. They were frequently portrayed as wolves, hunting both animals and humans, and may have worn wolf-skins or a lupine hairstyle as part of a ritual transformation.
Such associations may have given rise to Irish legends of werewolves. He was said to be the ancestor of a tribe of werewolves who were related to the kings of Ossory in eastern Ireland, which covered most of present-day County Kilkenny and County Laois prior to the Norman invasion of Ireland in the 12th century.
He was a man that used to go wolfing, i. Identify werewolf prints and tracks : This may come in handy someday, an identification guide of tracks of the wolf.
Where a werewolf transformation begins : Discussion on the physical process that occurs during the transformation of a werewolf. Your input is needed!
Being Misunderstood : The werewolf can be easily misunderstood by all others, but how do you know when you are being misunderstood?
Here is some help on what it takes for werewolves to get past common misunderstanding in life. Werewolves are evil, soul unknown : Discussion and rationalization on why werewolves can be evil and if they really are.
Werewolves have a soul? Werewolves and hundreds of people : The world changes so fast, we must adapt. Seeing is believing : To see is to believe.
Where the werewolf transformation begins : The transformation of a wolf has to begin at a certain point of the body.
Evil possession cause the werewolves to transform? Werewolf transformation : Further discussion on the manner in which the werewolf transform, by infection or possession.
Werewolf transformation continues : The debate of the metamorphosis of the wolf continues. Join the discussion.
Werewolf is an animal not a monster : What do you think? Is a werewolf an animal or a monster? Werewolf trick : Monster?
No soul? This is getting deeeep. Are werewolves loners or come in packs and colonies? Are they human-wolf hybrids? Are werewolves real? Some think the werewolf is real, some think that the wolf is not real, maybe we can find proof of a real werewolf.
Werewolves are alpha males : All werewolves cannot be alpha males or else there is no order, thats not what this article says about the wolf.
Where do werewolves live? Where does the wolf live? However, it is possible for an untriggered werewolf to go their entire life without killing; in fact, this happens frequently enough that in some cases, a family's lycanthrope heritage will be kept a secret that will ultimately die with an ancestor, causing the knowledge of their heritage to be lost and remain unknown for generations that follow until a member takes a life and unintentionally triggers their curse; this has happened at least twice in the Lockwood Family 's history.
A werewolf who has yet to trigger his or her curse only exhibits one characteristic of lycanthropy: increased aggression and anger on a general basis, which can become overwhelming fits of violent rage leading up to and during the nights of the full moon.
Also, until their werewolf genes are activated, untriggered werewolves can be compelled by vampires just like any human, as proven when Damon Salvatore was easily able to compel away Tyler Lockwood 's memories of seeing Vicki Donovan "vamped-out" before Tyler had triggered his werewolf gene.
After the gene is triggered, however, they become immune to vampire mind control. In Voodoo in My Blood , the origins of the Werewolf Curse and Werewolves were revealed.
A powerful witch, that was known as " the Hollow ", cursed the members of her tribe that were responsible for her murder and created the Seven Werewolf Bloodlines.
Werewolves actively populated the New World during the early Middle Ages during the time that Viking invasions began in Europe.
Many villages across the land were highly populated by werewolves and they lived along side one another in villages. They also lived alongside humans, although to protect their human and untriggered loved ones, the wolves made sure that they had access to natural means of protection during the time that they were changed.
One of the most notable locations of a werewolf village was in what is now present-day Mystic Falls. One clear rule of the village was that the humans were forbidden from being around the wolves while they were transformed for their own safety, as the majority of werewolves are unable to control themselves when transformed and could easily maim or kill any non-werewolf species in their vicinity.
A notable event in the history of the werewolves comes with the arrival of inhabitants of the "Old World," where a plague had been devastating the population.
The newcomers included Mikael , his wife Esther , and Esther's witch mentor and friend, Ayana , as well as Esther and Mikael's young sons Finn and Elijah.
The villagers accepted the new family and they became an integral part of the village life, with Ayana acting as the local healer and the conduit to the Spirits.
Mikael and Esther , desperate to rebuild their family after the loss of Freya, eventually conceived and gave birth to Niklaus , Kol , Rebekah , and Henrik , who followed their eldest brother Finn and second-eldest brother Elijah.
However, the ritual had unexpected side effects, and the newly-turned family's lust for blood eventually led them to inadvertently shatter the peace of their village, as their lack of control over their newborn vampire hunger led to them being unable to resist feeding on the innocent inhabitants of the town.
Shortly after being turned into a vampire, Klaus made his first human kill, which resulted in Esther's darkest secret coming to light; Klaus was not Mikael's son, but instead was the product of an affair Esther had with the Alpha of their village's werewolf pack , Ansel.
Killing a human activated Klaus' werewolf gene, which turned him into the world's first werewolf-vampire hybrid. Furious at his wife's betrayal, Mikael slaughtered Ansel - whose pack was also responsible for Henrik's death - along with half of the remaining werewolves in their village, igniting the war that still exists to this day between the werewolves and the vampires.
However, enough of Ansel's family survived the attack to continue the bloodline , which still exists into the 21st century.
According to Jackson Kenner , at least two werewolf packs have been around since what he calls the "beginning," which could be referring to the genesis of the werewolf race - the Crescent Wolf Pack and the North East Atlantic Pack.
In Home , the magic purification spell that the Travelers performed to break the Travelers' Curse and undo Spirit Magic and other non- traditional forms of magic resulted in Tyler Lockwood's werewolf gene being deactivated.
This returned him to an untriggered werewolf, though it did not lift the curse completely. In The Brothers That Care Forgot , it was revealed that the werewolves' power can be traced back to the myth of the Unification Ceremony , a ritual that bestowed certain unique abilities onto every member of a pack.
At the earliest point of their existence, each werewolf bloodline was distinct — some had speed , some had strength , and some could sense their enemies from miles away, presumably among other unique abilities.
It was only after a few centuries of intermarriage that all werewolves ended up having the same powers, which is why there is a lack of diversity in werewolf abilities in the modern age.
In Behind the Black Horizon , it was revealed that there are actually seven original werewolf bloodlines, which evolved into seven packs, six of which, according to a werewolf saved from Lucien Castle 's experimentation by Hayley Marshall and Niklaus Mikaelson , are the Deep Water, Malraux, BasRoq, Barry, Poldark, and Paxon packs.
It is implied that the seventh pack is the Crescent Wolf Pack. Hayley went on to explain that she, as a Labonair , is from one of the original seven bloodlines, while Klaus is descended from another.
This creates some confusion as to which bloodline Klaus' father Ansel belongs, and how other known werewolf families, such as the Kenner Family and the Lockwood Family , fit into this revelation.
After Mikael decimated the werewolf community in the northeast Atlantic region of the New World, and after Esther died at Niklaus' hands out of rage at her betrayal, the Mikaelson siblings returned to the "Old World" and began traveling from country to country as they followed the Normans, feeding on the locals and turning new vampires as they went.
The war between vampires and werewolves came to a head at some point in the centuries afterward, when the vampires discovered that the bite of a werewolf was lethal to their kind.
As a result, the werewolves were driven to near-extinction by these massacres, and vampires who were turned in the period of time following this Werewolf Genocide began to believe that werewolves were nothing more than a myth or legend.
Deceased werewolf after fight with Rebekah in Crescent City. In reality, many werewolves had survived the genocide, keeping their supernatural identities a secret as they began to reorganize themselves into packs in order to help them evade the vampires.
These packs, which varied in size from one dozen members to upwards of a hundred, also helped give the werewolves a support system to assist them through their very painful transformations each month during the full moon.
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Pseudo-Augustine, writing in the 12th century, follows Augustine of Hippo's argument that no physical transformation can be made by any but God, stating that " Marie de France 's poem Bisclavret c.
When his treacherous wife stole his clothing needed to restore his human form, he escaped the king's wolf hunt by imploring the king for mercy and accompanied the king thereafter.
His behaviour at court was gentle, until his wife and her new husband appeared at court, so much so that his hateful attack on the couple was deemed justly motivated, and the truth was revealed.
This lai a type of Breton sung-poem follows many themes found within other werewolf tales - the removal of clothing and attempting to refrain from the consumption of human flesh can be found in Pliny the Elder, as well as in the second of Gervase of Tilbury's werewolf stories, about a werewolf by the name of Chaucevaire.
Marie also reveals to us the existence of werewolf belief in Breton and Norman France, by telling us the Franco-Norman word for werewolf: garwulf, which, she explains, are common in that part of France, where " The German word werwolf is recorded by Burchard von Worms in the 11th century, and by Bertold of Regensburg in the 13th, but is not recorded in all of medieval German poetry or fiction.
While Baring-Gould argues that references to werewolves were also rare in England, presumably because whatever significance the "wolf-men" of Germanic paganism had carried, the associated beliefs and practices had been successfully repressed after Christianization or if they persisted, they did so outside of the sphere of literacy available to us , we have sources other than those mentioned above.
In , Martin Luther used the form beerwolf to describe a hypothetical ruler worse than a tyrant who must be resisted.
The Germanic pagan traditions associated with wolf-men persisted longest in the Scandinavian Viking Age.
The Scandinavian traditions of this period may have spread to Kievan Rus' , giving rise to the Slavic "werewolf" tales. The 11th-century Belarusian Prince Vseslav of Polotsk was considered to have been a werewolf, capable of moving at superhuman speeds, as recounted in The Tale of Igor's Campaign :.
Vseslav the prince judged men; as prince, he ruled towns; but at night he prowled in the guise of a wolf. From Kiev, prowling, he reached, before the cocks crew, Tmutorokan.
The path of Great Sun, as a wolf, prowling, he crossed. For him in Polotsk they rang for matins early at St. Sophia the bells; but he heard the ringing in Kiev.
The situation as described during the medieval period gives rise to the dual form of werewolf folklore in Early Modern Europe. On one hand the "Germanic" werewolf, which becomes associated with the witchcraft panic from around , and on the other hand the "Slavic" werewolf or vlkolak , which becomes associated with the concept of the revenant or "vampire".
The "eastern" werewolf-vampire is found in the folklore of Central and Eastern Europe, including Hungary, Romania and the Balkans, while the "western" werewolf-sorcerer is found in France, German-speaking Europe and in the Baltic.
There were numerous reports of werewolf attacks — and consequent court trials — in 16th-century France. In some of the cases there was clear evidence against the accused of murder and cannibalism , but none of association with wolves; in other cases people have been terrified by such creatures, such as that of Gilles Garnier in Dole in , there was clear evidence against some wolf but none against the accused.
Werewolvery was a common accusation in witch trials throughout their history, and it featured even in the Valais witch trials , one of the earliest such trials altogether, in the first half of the 15th century.
Likewise, in the Vaud , child-eating werewolves were reported as early as A peak of attention to lycanthropy came in the late 16th to early 17th century, as part of the European witch-hunts.
A number of treatises on werewolves were written in France during and Werewolves were sighted in in Anjou , and a teenage werewolf was sentenced to life imprisonment in Bordeaux in Henry Boguet wrote a lengthy chapter about werewolves in In the Vaud, werewolves were convicted in and in A treatise by a Vaud pastor in , however, argued that lycanthropy was purely an illusion.
After this, the only further record from the Vaud dates to it is that of a boy who claimed he and his mother could change themselves into wolves, which was, however, not taken seriously.
At the beginning of the 17th century witchcraft was prosecuted by James I of England , who regarded "warwoolfes" as victims of delusion induced by "a natural superabundance of melancholic".
The only part of Europe which showed vigorous interest in werewolves after was the Holy Roman Empire. At least nine works on lycanthropy were printed in Germany between and In the Austrian and Bavarian Alps, belief in werewolves persisted well into the 18th century.
Until the 20th century, wolf attacks on humans were an occasional, but still widespread feature of life in Europe. An idea is explored in Sabine Baring-Gould 's work The Book of Werewolves is that werewolf legends may have been used to explain serial killings.
Perhaps the most infamous example is the case of Peter Stumpp executed in , the German farmer, and alleged serial killer and cannibal , also known as the Werewolf of Bedburg.
In Asian Cultures [ which? See werecats. Common Turkic folklore holds a different, reverential light to the werewolf legends in that Turkic Central Asian shamans after performing long and arduous rites would voluntarily be able to transform into the humanoid "Kurtadam" literally meaning Wolfman.
Since the wolf was the totemic ancestor animal of the Turkic peoples, they would be respectful of any shaman who was in such a form. Some modern researchers have tried to explain the reports of werewolf behaviour with recognised medical conditions.
Dr Lee Illis of Guy's Hospital in London wrote a paper in entitled On Porphyria and the Aetiology of Werewolves , in which he argues that historical accounts on werewolves could have in fact been referring to victims of congenital porphyria , stating how the symptoms of photosensitivity , reddish teeth and psychosis could have been grounds for accusing a sufferer of being a werewolf.
However, Woodward dismissed the possibility, as the rarity of the disease ruled it out from happening on a large scale, as werewolf cases were in medieval Europe.
Woodward focused on the idea that being bitten by a werewolf could result in the victim turning into one, which suggested the idea of a transmittable disease like rabies.
Lycanthropy can also be met with as the main content of a delusion, for example, the case of a woman has been reported who during episodes of acute psychosis complained of becoming four different species of animals.
The beliefs classed together under lycanthropy are far from uniform, and the term is somewhat capriciously applied. The transformation may be temporary or permanent; the were-animal may be the man himself metamorphosed; may be his double whose activity leaves the real man to all appearance unchanged; may be his soul , which goes forth seeking whomever it may devour, leaving its body in a state of trance ; or it may be no more than the messenger of the human being, a real animal or a familiar spirit , whose intimate connection with its owner is shown by the fact that any injury to it is believed, by a phenomenon known as repercussion, to cause a corresponding injury to the human being.
Werewolves were said in European folklore to bear tell-tale physical traits even in their human form. These included the meeting of both eyebrows at the bridge of the nose, curved fingernails, low-set ears and a swinging stride.
One method of identifying a werewolf in its human form was to cut the flesh of the accused, under the pretense that fur would be seen within the wound.
A Russian superstition recalls a werewolf can be recognised by bristles under the tongue.