In Mexico around 900 CE, Xolotl was the awkward, less popular wolf-headed twin brother of the god Quetzalcoatl.
Xolotl was a wolf-headed shapeshifter. His job was bodyguard to the sun which means he had to escort the sun every night when it set, and protect it through the dangerous anjos da noite so that it could rise again the seguinte morning.
To protect the sun, he had to shape-shift into the lobo star, Sirius, every day. It was very tiring but important work and sometimes after a hard day’s work, Xolotl got confused about his transformations back again....
At the beginning of time, Sirius the lobo estrela became enraged when he was not invited to attend a council on How The Earth Should Be Made. So he sent a lobo to steal the first humans before they could be released from the whirlwind bag of The Storm That Comes Out of the West.
Unfortunately, Sirius dropped the bag and the humans spilled out and fought for their lives. When the estrela lobo tried to round them up, the humans ran and all of them got away okay, except one. One human received a vicious bite from Sirius, the Dog Star.
In the 6th Century a saint became very annoyed with a certain clan in County Meath, Ireland.
The reasons for his annoyance are lost but the curse was this: two por two, each member of Clan Allta must take the form of a lobo for seven years. After seven years if they survived in the wild, then they could regain their human form but two mais members of the clan must take their place in the wild.
Descendants of the original Clan Allta born during the cursed years inherited this seven-year werewolf curse. Religious records show they searched hundreds of...