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Banshee-In Irish folklore, the Bean Sidhe (woman of the hills) is a spirit or fairy who presage a death by wailing. She is popularly known as the Banshee. She visits a household and by wailing she warns them that a member of their family is about to die. When a Banshee is caught, she is obliged to tell the name of the doomed.#folklore #celtic #ireland

Banshee-In Irish folklore, the Bean Sidhe (woman of the hills) is a spirit or fairy who presage a death by wailing. She is popularly known as the Banshee. She visits a household and by wailing she warns them that a member of their family is about to die.

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If you believe that there is more to the woods than just trees and leaves, then this Fairy art poster is for you! An illustration by Brian Froud and Alan Lee, both well-known British friends of the "l Mehr

The Grogoch was originally a half human, half-spirit entity who originated in Scotland and settled in Ireland.   He has the power of invisibility but will often allow certain trusted people to observe him. A very sociable being, he may even attach himself to certain individuals and help them with their planting and harvesting or with domestic chores, all for no payment other than a jug of cream.

The Grogoch. The Grogoch was originally a half human, half-spirit entity who originated in Scotland and settled in Ireland.

Brian Froud - he does pretty Faeries as well as he does impish rascally ones.

efyor: Artist: Brian Froud “Not all meanings are meant to be clear at once. Some words are designed to lead us on inner journeys, with truth hidden deep inside them.

It also appears as an impetus to quest--the white stag or hart often appears in the forests around King Arthur's court, sending the knights off on to adventure against gods and fairies.

White deer hold a place in the mythology of many cultures. Celtic people considered them to be messengers from the other world, and other pre-Indo-European cultures, especially in the north.

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With Green man . A painting by Brian Froud from The Land of Froud Red Ginger Curly Hair

Beltane Reunion  Pagan God and Goddess Art 5x7 by EmilyBalivet, $5.00

Beltane Reunion Pagan God and Goddess Art by EmilyBalivet, love this!

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Harpy Illustrations by Florida-based artist Erin Kelso, aka Bluefooted. Inspired by mythology and literature, Erin created characters from Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. Alice and the gryphon color Wild thing The wolfman Papagena … Continue Reading →

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A very scary Crone by Brian Froud. Crones have always inspired fear and respect due to their close connection to and understanding of death.

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