I came across this photo inside the article, named: “Chile’s recent volcanic eruption looked absolutely stunning — and terrifying.”
I was amazed at what I saw, never have I seen so many images of what can only be described as images of a demonic appearance This photo was taken during a volcanic eruption in Villarrica, Chile, on March 3rd, 3:00am, 3300 people moved, and spewed about 3300 ft into the air,. You don’t have to look to close to see that it is sending some hellacious looking shots. #DemonRising, If you can see it share it.
Here is what wikipedia has to say about Cherufe.
The Cherufe is an evil creature humanoid of rock and magma. It is said that Cherufe inhabit themagma pools found deep within Chilean volcanoes and are the source of earthquakes andvolcanic eruptions. Cherufe are also said to be the source of magicians ardent stones (meteoritesand volcanic stones) that cause damage in volcanic regions.
The only way to abate the Cherufe’s appetite for destruction was to satiate the beast’s taste for human flesh by throwing a sacrificial victim into the bowels of its volcanic home. Much like theEuropean dragon, the Cherufe’s preferred delicacy came in the form of virginal maidens.
The mythological origins of this beast may have originated to explain anomalies of geological events such as volcanic eruptions.
Cryptozoological investigators[who?] also consider the possibility that the legends of the Cherufemay be based, albeit loosely, on sightings of an actual biological entity, which would have to be capable not only of surviving, but flourishing, in the incredible heat of molten rock. This might[which?] be similar to animals who thrive in the tremendous heat found in the mineral-rich exhaust of hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor.In cryptozoology, the Cherufe is described as a large reptilian humanoid creature or dragon.
However, in the “original” Mapuche legend, the Cherufe is not a dragon, reptile humanoid or similar creature, and this description is based on a later mistaken interpretation of the myth. It would appear that the Cherufe was originally intended to be a giant snake and parallel to a giant snake that lives under the sea floor to generate seaquakes and tsunamis. The Peruvian equivalent to the Cherufe would be another giant snake which creates earthquakes and is called by the name Pachamama (Earth mother), also represented as a separate cryptid that Karl Shuker equates to the Minhocao (giant earthworm). Instead, all of these giant serpents appear to have been originally mythical explanations for natural phenomena and religious concepts.
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Pat N. Dehat