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saveflowers1: “ Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book. ”

saveflowers1: “ Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book. ”

Mythical Ireland | Blog | Myths & Legends

Mythical Ireland | Blog | Myths & Legends

Folklore, fairy tales and dream symbols are called on to help restore women's neglected intuitive and instinctive abilities in this earthy first book by a Jungian analyst. According to Estes, wolves a

The Hardcover of the Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola Estes at Barnes & Noble.

Learn more about Celtic mythology, its cycles, characters, and origins from this resource.  Multiple external links available from this site.

Beliefs and Legends of Celtic Mythology, article horned Cernunno with shen ring/ankh and snake

Cover of the Folk-Lore Journal 1890.

Cover of the Folk-Lore Journal 1890.

The white stag, like many other mythical creatures, wanders through the tangled forests and wild moorlands of our distant past.   Elusive and rare, our forefathers may have caught a glimpse in some...

Mythical Beasts: The White Stag

The white stag, like many other mythical creatures, wanders through the tangled forests and wild moorlands of our distant past. Elusive and rare, our forefathers may have caught a glimpse in some…

Maeve’s (Irish Goddess) themes are fairies, magic, protection, leadership, and justice (law).  Her symbols are birds and gold.  As the Fairy Queen, Maeve oversees today’s merrymaking among the citizens of fey during their Fairy Gatherings. She also attends to human affairs by providing protection, wise leadership and prudent conventions. Works of art depict Maeve with golden birds on Her shoulders, whispering magical knowledge into Her ear.

Goddess Maeve

"Oh, so I see Queen Mab hath been with you!" - Mercutio (Queen Mab, Bringer of Dreams Howard David Johnson)

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