Formed by the myths, legends and beliefs of the people who live in the Chiloé Archipelago, in the south of Chile.- Chilote mythology
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Group of islands lying off the coast of Chile, in the Los Lagos Region.
The archipelago is known within Chile for its distinctive folklore, mythology, potatoes, cuisine and unique architecture.
The Caleuche (from the Mapudungun kalewtun, "to transform, to change" and che, "people": "transformed people"), also called The Enchanted Ship, Barcoiche, The Ghost Ship, or The Warlocks' Ship, is a legendary ghost ship from Chilote mythology in southern Chile.
In the traditional Chilote mythology of Chiloé, Chile, the Trauco is a humanoid creature of small stature—similar to a dwarf or goblin—who lives deep in the forest.
The Warlocks of Chiloé ("Brujo de Chiloé" or "Brujo chilote" in the Spanish language) are people of Chiloé Archipelago said to practise witchcraft linked to Chilote mythology.
The Basilisco chilote is a creature from Chilota mythology originating from the Chiloé Archipelago, in southern Chile.
In the Chilote folklore and Chilote mythology of the Chiloé Island in southern Chile, the imbunche (Mapudungun: ifünche, lit. "short person") is a legendary monster that protects the entrance to a warlock's cave.
The Pincoya is, according to local mythology, a female "water spirit" of the Chilotan Seas.
Chiloean mythology is appreciative of the Pincoya, believed to be good, beautiful and humanitarian.
Country in the western part of South America.
This includes Chilote mythology, Rapa Nui mythology and Mapuche mythology.
The Peuchen (also known as Piuchen, Pihuchen, Pihuychen, Pihuichen, Piguchen, or Piwuchen) is a creature from the Mapuche mythology and Chilote mythology pertaining to southern Chile, a much feared shapeshifting creature that can instantly change into animal form.
The Camahueto is a legendary bull found in Chilote mythology.