Sunday, July 2, 2006

The Mythological Profile Test

You scored 70% Esotericism, 20% Power, and 54% Malevolence!
In popular folklore, a man who is transformed, or who transforms himself, into a wolf in nature and appearance under the influence of a full moon. The werewolf is only active at night and during that period, he devours infants and corpses. According to legend, werewolves can be killed by silver objects such as silver arrows and silver bullets. When a werewolf dies he is returned to his human form. The concept of werewolves, or lycanthropes, is possibly based on the myth of Lycaon. He was the king of Arcadia, and in the time of the ancient Greeks notorious for his cruelty. He tried to buy the favor of Zeus by offering him the flesh of a young child. Zeus punished him for this crime and turned him into a wolf. The legends of werewolves have been told since the ancient Greeks and are known all over the world. In areas where the wolf is not so common, the belief in werewolves is replaced by folklore where men can change themselves in tigers, lions, bears and other fierce animals.

This test tracked 3 variables. How the score compared to the other people's:

Higher than 83% on Esotericism

Higher than 18% on Power

Higher than 82% on Malevolence

Link: The Mythological Profile Test written by LacedWithASmile on Ok Cupid

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