Mher was the son of the Legendary Armenian Hero David. While avenging his father, he was cursed and trapped inside Raven’s Rock near the ancient Armenian city of Van. Ever since that day Mher lives in that cave. The underground river Gail (Lukos) flows under the cave with a terrible rumbling. According to saga, Mher with his fiery horse must remain there, until there are justice, honesty and peace in the world. Once a year (either on the festival of Roses, originally a pagan fire and water festival, or in the night of destinies) Mher’s door is opened. Anyone near-by on that day is at danger of being trapped inside the rock as well. Someday it is believe Mher will come out of the cave, mounted on his fiery horse, to punish the enemies of his people. That will be the Day of Wrath. Below a picture of Mher’s Door near lake Van (Mheri Dur in Armenian).