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Aibhill by Claudia-SG

A lovely mix of dark and beautiful plus Irish mythology. The washerwoman at the ford - gives me such a bad feeling in my bones.

Фотографии Недетские сказки – 85 альбомов

Фотографии Недетские сказки – 85 альбомов

altaar isis - Google zoeken

"I am all that is, was, or ever will be." Words of Isis inscribed at the Temple of Sais **FYI:Any comments about the name "Isis" or comments that the art isn't true to nature WILL be DELETED**

Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Goddess of Fertility Day! March Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Faeries hold a special importance to the irish. An irish fairy can take any form she wishes.

Top 10 Irish Myths and Legends

Fairy tales from the Arabian nights, 1915Illustrations by John D. BattenDanhasch carries off the Princess Badoura

“ Fairy tales from the Arabian nights, 1915 Illustrations by John D. Batten Danhasch carries off the Princess Badoura ”

Remember seeing Darby O'Gill and the Little People when you were a kid?  Betcha you remember the banshee more than the little people, don't you?

Banshee: Harbinger of death in the form of a weeping woman dressed in white or gray; found in Irish folklore.

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