subukan mo to '' ang pasakop sa ibang bansa ay mas malala kesa mamatay ng ipinaglalaban ang inag bansa''
Cuando George Washington era niño vivía en una granja de Virginia. Su padre le enseñó a
cabalgar, y solía llevar al joven George por la granja para que su hijo aprendiera a cuidar de
los campos, los caballos y las reses.
El señor Washington había plantado un huerto de árboles frutales. Había manzanos,
durazneros, perales, ciruelos y cerezos. Una vez le enviaron un bonito cerezo desde allende
el océano, y el señor Washington lo plantó en la linde del huerto. Pidió a toda la gente de la
granja que lo observara atentamente para cerciorarse de que no sufriera el menor daño.
Creció bien y una primavera se cubrió de capullos blancos. Al señor Washington le
complacía saber que pronto tendría cerezas de ese árbol.
En esa época le dieron a George un hacha nueva y lustrosa. George se puso a hachar
ramas, cercas, todo lo que encontraba. Al fin llegó a la linde del huerto, y pensando sólo en
su magnífica hacha, asestó un golpe al pequeño cerezo. La corteza era tan blanda que
George derribó el árbol, y luego continuó jugando.
Esa noche, cuando el señor Washington regresó de su inspección de la granja, envió el
caballo al establo y fue hasta el huerto para mirar el cerezo. Se quedó atónito al ver que lo
habían talado. ¿Quién se habría atrevido a hacer semejante cosa? P
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one of my favourite myths, great for horror movies and horror novels, good luck with your story
-change during the full moon
-eat human flesh
-new myths say you need a silver bullet to kill a werewolf
-old myths say you need to destroy the brain or heart
-older myths say you need to decapitate it (chop its head off)
-the first myth says decapitation with a spade and exorcism by the parish priest the head would then be thrown into a stream, where the weight of its sins were thought to weigh it down
-also know as a lycanthrope
-original myth say you completely turn into a wolf
-later it was thought you became a half wolf half man creature
-repealed by rye, mistletoe, and wolfbane
-to become a werewolf you must, get their silvia in your blood stream (bitten), drink from a pond where wolves drink from, drink out of a wolf's paw print, make a deal with the devil, potion, witch