El Tue tue – Leyenda chilena del pájaro maldito | Portal Paranormal

El Tue tue – Leyenda chilena del pájaro maldito | Portal Paranormal

November 17, 2019 21 By William Hollis


Mythical creatures are flying across the sky,
Harassing the villagers in rural areas of the southern cone. Some speak of birds of ill omen, others about witches and nahuals. Tonight, I’ll tell you about a strange creature that to this day remains terrorized the population
of these remote locations. The Chonchón is a flying presence of malignant character native Mapuche culture and that is deeply rooted in
Chilean folklore as well as in some areas of Argentina. This entity is referred to as a Nahual,
which according to mythology, It corresponds to the metamorphosis of a powerful sorcerer in an animal. With his vast knowledge of magic would use to acquire
the shape of this strange bird in order to travel vast distances
the skies. There are those who claim to have
closely watched They describe it as a bird
with ashen gray feathers prominent eyes
and penetrating view. Their long claws make creaking wood
when they land on trees and rooftops. Some more knowledge of ornithology, They dare to categorize
and the family of the nightjar. That happened in other cultures,
this bird is considered a bad omen. The Chonchón is known to be a bird of ill omen, since when is spotted flitting
 around a dwelling, this portends the death of an individual
dwell in that place Dozens are the stories relate that
days prior to the death of a loved one, the bird perches on a nearby tree
the window of the room and begins to emit the guttural sound
many describe it as “Tué-Tué”. It is for this reason that the Chonchón could be classified as a psychopomps, because its role would be to lead souls
of the dead to the afterlife. Moreover, some say that these witches,
practitioners of black magic, would perform these ancient rituals to stalk the dying and getting caught the soul, just at that moment it leaves the body, with the sole purpose of practicing other rituals
larger requiring the use of human souls. Also, some say that the mythical
Chonchón is capable of causing disease to member more vulnerable to your family, the only
intended to capture his soul as soon as possible. There are many stories that describe it as a
human head with feathers and long ears that would use like wings to fly.
This corresponds to the head warlock It is clear from his body by smearing by the
contours of your neck a kind of cream laborious made with alchemical processes,
that would allow the shed without major complications. The stories that have been passed by
generations in relation to Chonchón, is if one night, it begins to stalk
your house and you want to get rid of it, you must performing a risky but effective ritual. For this, the same night, when the
Chonchón comes, you must to invite him to breakfast to your house. And on that same night, must
leave everything ready for your guest the next morning. Early at dawn, appears a mysterious
man in front of your door claiming your invitation. Therefore, you have to serve you as your
guest during that time. You can leverage your time with him to ask
things about your destiny and he will answer without problems, since it will be very grateful
for the invitation. But remember, do not overdo it. Once your guest finish their snack,
will retire and not ever see him again. There are those who venture to go further and
you tend a magical trap the witch, the which involves drawing below each
one of the chairs, Solomon’s seal, using the blood of an animal. Once your guest sits in the dining room,
you will see that he starts to feel uncomfortable, to sweat and to behave quite erratically,
until finally it fade away and not so you’ll never ever see. A variant of this ritual that suggests the use of scissors, open scissors incidentally,
instead of the seal of Solomon but that has no foundation
some, because it is precisely the hexagram what King Solomon used to expel
demons. But I warn you. By fear, you decide to
decline your invitation when the witch comes your home, that’s for sure Tue-Tue
It will haunt you for days, making each member of your family die of strange
diseases, taking their souls each. The more cautious, they prefer not to venture
and choose to repel the Chonchón using Various techniques and superstitions, which
Ranging from carrying a cross or draw on the floor, to burn certain herbs
as the cinnamon. But the most effective, would recite
the following sentence: “San Cipriano goes up. San Cipriano
It goes down, holding a candle good death “. which makes the dreaded Chonchón
flapping fall on the floor. For the world try to catch him much
unless you let them see your face, because the Chonchón once it hits the ground, will begin
shrieking for other witches come to your call for help. And if they manage to rescue him,
that’s for sure who will try to take revenge on the most cruel and ruthless ways
as you can imagine. If for some reason you want to kill him
immediately, before any thing, you must draw on the ground the hexagram
Solomon and the center should be buried a knife with the tip up.
After that, you recite the prayer and Conchon will fall on the seal and die nailed
the dagger, leaving the headless body die warlock without protecting him. If for some reason you were to visit these Chile distant lands such as
Salamanca, Talagante, Chiloe or Quicaví, you will be surprised by the number of stories
related to witches and black magic. … That night, keeps terrified
the locals to listen at the distance, the horrendous squawking Tué Tué