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A Modern Take on Native American Art

I have always enjoyed fairy lure.part of my Irish heritage. WHEN I WAS A CHILD, I WOULD LOOK OUYSIDE MY BEDROOM WINDOW, UPSTAIRS WINDOW, INTO THE TOP OF THE TREES, CONVINCED THE LIGHTENING BUGS WERE FAIRIES LIGHTENING MY NIGHT

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Welsh love spoon, a romantic tradition. when a young man wanted to court a young lady he would carve a spoon to show off his talent and to prove his love. Each symbol on a lovespoon has a different meaning.

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Details about Jessica Galbreth Greeting Card Arianrhod Celtic Owl NEW Fairy Faery

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

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Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar marked the beginning of the lambing season and signaled the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is Feile Brighde, the 'quickening of the year'. The original word Imbolg means 'in the belly', and therein you have the underlying energy. All is pregnant and expectant

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Learning To Read Tarot Cards

Simple form.. Do a short meditation.. Feel your tarot and lay down the cards.. What are there telling you? Good luck with the practice.. Michelle

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Celtic Tree of Life - carved wood wall art and Tree of Life design by Welsh artist Jen Delyth. From the look of the picture, the knot-work of the intertwining branches was sculpted to look 3-dimensional. And the wood grain is gorgeous as well...

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