Some of the 'less sophisticated' ones who lived in simple ways, such as the Vrykolakas or Stryxes did not have a 'civilization' so might have been with us in a way? Another person had a theory that the bones of some beings faded too being part of their frequency as they shifted away.Likes2Read wrote:The reason I'm not convinced that these creatures lived on our PHYSICAL earth that we abide in, is it's not just bodily remains that left no trace. It's whole civilizations that we see described, with cities, coinage, armies (and armor), and other large things that would be a lot easier to find than merely fossils and bones.
Now, think of the fact that we can obtain portals to various realms where these beings STILL live and have their civilizations. I think that's our answer. Realms that co-exist with our earth exist, else we could not have and keep living entities.
Not to mention the event mentioned which only left alive 100'000 humans in the world mentioned, and also where many types of plants/creatures of this world died at the same time leaving only a few alive? Some bound spirits I've seen are listed as living in the time of '700 - 900 A.D' by conjurers so any input here?
I read a story where when somebody ventured deep into the wilderness he saw 'vampyric beings' staring curiously at him/his friend, and the feeling or vibe that they might have attacked instead if he went alone. In a very few rare occasions people might have sighted 'goblins living in the forest' or very little beings in a story I listened to as well, and often vanishing from sight quickly when humans approached them. Chances are those in the older times might have caught a glimpse and wrote down stories?
How do you think humans might have encountered beings like the red caps also and where did they inhabit? I read about many of these creatures when I remember first picking up a book about all sorts of 'legendary creatures' to read about them as far as in elementary/primary school I believe.