Erika Calvo
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Fylgia, Fylgir, Fylgjur  These spirits of Teutonic and Norse mythology are hereditary protective guardians of individual humans from birth, passing from ancestor to descendant. With the advent of Christianity, the Fylgja was considered to be a demon.  Art by Tiffany Turrill

Fylgia, Fylgir, Fylgjur These spirits of Teutonic and Norse mythology are hereditary protective guardians of individual humans from birth, passing from ancestor to descendant. With the advent of Christianity, the Fylgja was considered to be a demon.

Fylgjur (plural of Fylgja) are described as supernatural guardian spirits, bound to a family line, said to accompany a person throughout life.

Fylgjur (plural of Fylgja) are described as supernatural guardian spirits, bound to a family line, said to accompany a person throughout life. Like many concepts in Norse mythology, the Fylgja is sometimes hard to comprehend or explain.

Patronus by jennapaddey

Still in the Harry Potter mood- so here's Hogwarts me with a fox patronus. I've done all the quizzes, and am usually sorted into Gryffindor of the time, and then sometimes Ravenclaw. On potterm.