'The Names upon the Harp: Eithlinn' (2000) by P.J. Lynch. Watercolor. For the book, 'The Names upon the Harp: Irish Myths And Legends' by Marie Heaney (www.amazon.com/...). // Notes: See the artist at work in this video clip: pinterest.com/... // Found by @RandomMagicTour (twitter.com/...) - Sasha Soren - Book trailer: www.youtube.com/... - Browse (Kindle/print): www.amazon.com/...
I believe in everything until its disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if its in your mind. Who’s to say that dreams and nightmares aren’t as real as the here and now
The Faery Healing Symbol ~ The Elves tell us that the symbol in the center is an ancient symbol for healing. One of the ways it can be used is simply by placing it in a room with someone who is ill and it will help draw the energy of healing. There are other more direct methods to use this symbol and we will go over that in a later post. (Note: Of course, we can not guarantee any healing results and encourage you to seek treatment from a qualified medical professional.)
Cu Sith (Fae/Beast)(Large) – Horse sized green wolf-like fae dogs that have close ties with plants and nature. Their aura heals plants and plant creatures and their drool spawns Devils Snare, from their footprints grow the most beautiful plants. While they are good for the natural world, they are fierce haters of humans and other creatures that often spoil nature. Many other fae and plants use these as mounts and guardians. (Scottish)