Stardust Werewolves of Creation:
At the beginning of time, Sirius the Wolf Star became enraged when he was not invited to attend a council on How The Earth Should Be Made. So he sent a wolf to steal the first humans before they could be released from the whirlwind bag of The Storm That Comes Out of the West.
Unfortunately, Sirius dropped the bag and the humans spilled out and fought for their lives. When the star wolf tried to round them up, the humans ran and all of them got away okay, except one. One human received a vicious bite from Sirius, the Dog Star.
The human survived but not before some Sirius’ star dust travelled right to his bones. The Wolf Star was able to track him through the stardust in his bones and claim him and all of his descendants for his own.
Being a dad seemed to make Sirius happy though and began to take care of his human children. As a result these werewolves would eventually claim the Wolf Star as a source of additional strength and power, even while they sometimes feel very angry about their star-crossed lives.
Do you believe in it or not? You need to have faith in order for the path to be revealed to you. What month, element and myth are you? You don’t just pick and choose; you know.
How do we tell Ariana Katlyn the Gentle
i am so confused now
ya i am still confused on my possible Mythos. i have a dab of Native in me. But i also feel very drawn to Celtic and Egyptian.
I’m confused too. And I have a dab of Native American, but I have terribly confused habits of Roman and Egyptian titles.
This Myth is not that known to Native American people! The myth of Sirius if more from Dogon, the African tribe!
I think you mean American Indian peoples.
Native american folklore as Mikmaq Konw it has no werewolf stories only the Wendigo exists in the folklore of the Mikmaq
I was born different I can relate to animals I walk a wolf as my spirit guide I always have I have always wondered what this meant