Oct 8, 2019 -- 6:16PM, Baphornet wrote:
Looks like a nice boy
Oct 9, 2019 -- 2:37PM, impossible123 wrote:
That would not surprise me. I think he possesses eyes that are non-sincere and with negative ulterior motives. No wonder the few Poles I know were far from enthusiastic about him when asked. A power struggle will probably ensue post the departure of Mr Juncker.
It has long been decided that Charles Michel will replace Tusk as the President of the EU Council on December 1st, one month after Juncker is replaced by von der Leyen.
Oct 9, 2019 -- 3:23PM, Baphornet wrote:
thanks for that, i have been thinking of a name for him & now i have it!Ordog
Sounds about right, Bap!
Ördög (Ürdüng in Old Hungarian and equivalent to Erlik in Turkic mythology) is a shape-shifting, demonic creature from Hungarian mythology and early Hungarian Paganism who controls the dark and evil forces of the world. After Christianization, it was identified with the devil. It is often said in Hungarian mythology that God (Isten in Hungarian) had help from Ördög when creating the world.
Ördög is often thought to look somewhat like a Satyr or faun, a humanoid with the upper torso of a human male and lower portions of a goat; usually pitch-black, with cloven hooves, ram-like horns, a long tail ending in a blade; and he carries a pitchfork. He can also be distinguished by his overtly large phallus.
He dwells in the underworld or hell (Pokol in Hungarian), constantly stirring a huge cauldron filled with souls of those who lived in sin. When he does come to earth, according to some legends, Ördög hides in the walls of victims and makes subtle noises that sound high pitched and even squeaky. In other legends, when he comes to earth, he takes the form of a fox, a dark flame or an Hungarian shepherd with dark, sparkling eyes. It is his habit to make bets with humans to see if they become corrupted. His long-term goal is to collect more human souls (lelkek in Hungarian).