Evil spirits, called Aygnan, tormenting Brazilian Indians (Esprits malins, appelés Aygnan, tourmentant des Indiens du Brésil) — Illustration from the 1580 edition of Histoire d’un voyage faict en la terre du Brésil, autrement dite Amérique, by Jean de Léry. Another version of this interesting picture can be found on the website of Confins, a Franco-Brazilian geographical publication.

Evil spirits, called Aygnan, tormenting Brazilian Indians (Esprits malins, appelés Aygnan, tourmentant des Indiens du Brésil) — Illustration from the 1580 edition of Histoire d’un voyage faict en la terre du Brésil, autrement dite Amérique, by Jean de Léry. Another version of this interesting picture can be found on the website of Confins, a Franco-Brazilian geographical publication.

In the Three Little Pigs (the regular version, not the Disney one), it is notable that the Wolf eats the first two pigs raw, while the last pig eats the Wolf cooked. The difference between the raw and the cooked: the whole difference between wilderness and civilization.

In the Three Little Pigs (the regular version, not the Disney one), it is notable that the Wolf eats the first two pigs raw, while the last pig eats the Wolf cooked. The difference between the raw and the cooked: the whole difference between wilderness and civilization.