The legend to Sibyllenloch:
In a castle deep down in the Sibyllenloch at the foot of the Teckfelsen lived the Sibylle, a wise woman; she helped many who wanted to get advice, because she knew everything and foresaw the future. Many treasures of gold and gemstone kept her hidden in her castle in the depths, but she was benevolent: many poor in his misery did not climb the steep path to her for nothing. But the three sons of the sibyl were of another blow. They built their own castles behind the Teck up the valley, one on the Rauber, the other on the Diepoldsburg and the third on the Wielandstein. From these castles they plagued the peasants and plundered the merchants; In short, as much as the good Sibyl did good, so much did her sons evil. That's why the good mother was ashamed of her unruly sons and did not want to stay near her anymore. One evening she drove on a fiery chariot pulled by two wild cats from her cave through the air; you could see her hair fly like a tan in the evening sun. But no one knows where she went. Only in the places where their car cut a track on the ground, the grain grows more abundant than anywhere else - the last blessing that the divorced leave to the people.
December 29, 2016
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