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#friday13th
Happy Friday the 13th!
It's filled with Superstition lucky or not.
Discover the origins of this superstitious day read my blog.

Don't forget to Tip the Leprechaun 😜
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Lughnasadh Celtic Festival of The Three-Faced Harvest God and Grain Goddess Tailtiu.
Have a blessed Lughnasadh or Lammas!
Read more on my blog
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#FairyTaleTuesday

Rumpelstiltskin is a German folktale by the Brothers Grimm 1812 edition of Children’s and Household Tales.

Read it on my blog
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Art by Arthur Rackham

Hänsel and Grethel is a German folklore tale, traditionally handed down orally and first written and published by The Brothers Grimm in 1812. In many of the tales, the mean, selfish mother was changed to step-mother because of the ugly truth that some parents are just nasty to their children,
Read more...
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Art by Arthur Rackham

#FolkloreThursday #Skylore

Pegasus, in Greek myth was a winged horse that sprang from the blood of Gorgon Medusa as she was decapitated by the hero Perseus. With Athena's aid the hero, Bellerophon, caught Pegasus and rode him first in his battle with the Chimera.

Revontulet is the Finnish word for “Foxfire.”
According to Finnish lore, a mystical fox was thought to have created the Northern Lights, with its’ bushy tail kicking up snow and tossing up sparks into the dark, night sky.
Art: in Public Domain



Avalon in legend is a nether-world island of Celtic mythology. Where Arthur's sword was forged. Where Arthur is taken after his final battle. Home of Morgan LeFey who performed ancient magic there.

Art by Manzanedo/ Deviant Art

Snowdrop flower is the symbol of Brighid and of hope.

It was the eve of Brighid's Day when he at last agreed to go down to the earth once again. As he plummeted towards the garden - the promised place - he felt ice crystals in the air, saw the stars far above glitter with frozen
light.
Art by Ida R. Outwaithe

#MythologyMonday

Topic: Floods

Welsh Myths, Dwyfan and Dwyfach two people who escape a huge FLOOD caused by the lake monster Afanc,who dwelled in Llyn Llion. Afanc was a shape-shifting demon who resembled a beaver, or at times a crocodile or a dwarf.
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