| Symbolism |

The Wolf has always been a symbol of evil, as well as good. It has many different meanings across the world.

The Egyptians also worshipped the wolf, naming the city Lycopolis after the creature. In their mythology the wolf acted as a psychopomp, a creature who guided the souls of the dead into the afterlife. Anubis, had the head of a wolf (or wild dog or jackal)

In Greece it was associated with the Gods Zeus and Apollo, as a symbol of masculine energy, power and sexuality

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