boanthropy

the delusion that one is an ox

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  • Nebuchadrezzar II — Nebuchadrezzar II, more often called Nebuchadnezzar audio2|En us Nebuchadnezzar.ogg (c 630 562 BC), was a ruler of Babylon in the Chaldean Dynasty, who reigned c. 605 BC 562 BC. He is mentioned in the Book of Daniel, and he constructed the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Clinical lycanthropy — is defined as a rare psychiatric syndrome that involves a delusion that the affected person can transform or has transformed into a non human animal or that he or she is an animal.[1] Its name is connected to the mythical condition of lycanthropy …   Wikipedia

  • Therianthropy — refers to the metamorphosis of humans into other animals.[1] Therianthropes are said to change forms via shapeshifting. Therianthropes have long existed in mythology, appearing in ancient cave drawings[2] such as the Sorcerer at Les Trois Frères …   Wikipedia

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