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curious ordinary Sep 16
In the west, mermaids are seen as beautiful & seductive while in Japan they are known as ningyo & are believed to foretell the future & shapeshift. It is said that eating their flesh gives immortality, but comes with great risk.
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Tracy MacLochness Monster 🐲 🍂 Sep 17
"The Herd's Tale" (A story about a dear deer family written and illustrated by yours truly) 🦌🍄🍂
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Folklore Digest 17h
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Arbeitskreis für Vergleichende Mythologie e.V. Sep 12
One of our favorite heroines is Persephone, who was robbed by Hades and had to live with him in the Greek Underworld half the year. The other six month she's with her Mother Demeter and is responsible for spring and summer.
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Lisa Stewart 18h
The story of the hawthorn tree....mythology, mystery, fairies, health
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Old Weird Britain 15h
in is a 5,200 year old passage tomb with magnificent megalithic carvings. It was a place of ceremonial importance to our ancestors, but is also said to be a palace of the Tuatha De Danann, the Irish race of the Otherworld.
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G. H. Finn Sep 14
Likely to be relevant to anyone interested in relating to , revenants & the . “Horrifying Study: Corpses Thrash Around For a Year After Death” - Futurism
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LadyTeapots Sep 15
‘September Weather’ 🍁 Fair on September 1st, fair for the month. Heavy September rains bring drought. If on September 19th there’s a storm from the south, a mild winter is expected. If St. Michael’s [29th] brings many acorns, Christmas will cover the fields with snow.
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Morrighan Corbel (is open for work) Sep 16
Did you know that I'm doing a giveaway? If you retweet this tweet and give me a follow, you could win all this art, including an original! Winner will be picked on Sunday!
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StoryTale Studios Sep 17
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Arbeitskreis für Vergleichende Mythologie e.V. Sep 15
A Grimoire or a "Book of Spells" is a book of magic or of magical prayer. It contains instructions how to perform charms, invoke supernatural entities or create magical objects like talismans or amulets.
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Sarah Allison Sep 16
Fairy changelings, broken eggshells and trickery this week on Writing in Margins.
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⚓️ Livu 15h
happy early birthday toooo meeeee 😅🤩 handcrafted earrings from psycatdesign IG
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Arbeitskreis für Vergleichende Mythologie e.V. Sep 15
"I know that I hung on a windy tree nine long nights, wounded with a spear, dedicated to Odin, myself to myself, on that tree of which no man knows from where its roots run." - Rúnatal, Odins Rune song, from the Hávamál of the Poetic Edda
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P J Richards Sep 14
🌖🐈🌒It was believed that cats could tell the spiritual fate of a recently dead person from their household - if the cat climbed up a tree the soul was in heaven, but if they descended a flight of stairs it meant hell!
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Nigel J.Hetherington Sep 14
Our Casting Team have just informed us we have an urgent casting to fill! We are looking for an expert in & to contribute to an upcoming TV project, please send expressions of interest to casting@pastpreservers.com!
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Architexturez Live 20h
Call for Book Chapters: Vernacular environments, culture and global change in Australasia and Oceania, deadline 14th October 2019 ...
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ikarow Sep 16
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Terri Nixon Sep 11
Like your historicals with a little supernatural twist? Well, when real life and collide, who's to say which is the myth? Discover Lynher Mill, Cornwall, with this standalone prequel at just . Or send a sample to your e-reader.
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J.E. Hoyle Sep 12
Never got into Lord of the Rings. Too outlandish for me, like much of this "Folklore" stuff. Same goes for Greek mythology, etc.
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