Thursday, September 10, 2009


The mermaid, half-woman, half-fish, is a evocative archetypal figure comon to the mythologies and folk myths of lots of parts of the world. While the many sacred internal springs and wells were whispered to be ruled and inhabited by dampen deities, water sprites and nymphs, the Celtic sea-faring and fishing populations related the mermaid with the sea. scoutmaster's
The mermaid may be said to symbolise the wraithlike female element, whose habitat is the un
known and dangerously evocative realm of the unconscious.

The additional spontaneous double-tailed mermaid, which decorates infinite churches and cathedrals right through Western Europe, is an awfully archaic adaptation of the mermaid that is often connected with Sheela-Na-Gig, one of the nearly all powerful Celtic symbols of the female or deity

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