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Irish fairy

Discover the mystical world of Irish fairies and bring a touch of magic into your life. Explore top ideas for incorporating Irish fairy folklore and decor into your home and garden.
The Changeling is a creature with origins in folklore of Europe. Changeling is the term for a child given as 'equal exchange' for the abduction of another. A Fairy, Elf or Troll abducts a human child, and leaves one of their own. The human child grows in servitude in supernatural society. Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, Illustrator, Medieval Literature, The Wild Geese, Common Themes, Irish Traditions, Changeling, Thing 1

The Changeling is a creature with origins in the mythology, legend and folklore of Europe. In particular, accounts of its existence arose in the mythology, legend and folklore of England, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Norway, Scotland and Wales. First and foremost, it should be noted that a Changeling is not a specific race, descended from one bloodline. Changeling is a general term for one child that has been replaced, as 'equal exchange' for the abduction of another. Most commonly, it is a…

Merrows... sea creatures from Irish mythology Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Sea Creatures, Creature Design, Creature Art, Irish Mythology, Mermaid Mythology, Mythical Monsters, Ange Demon

Merrows are practically regular mermaids in the Irish folklore, despite the fact that they are more of a race of sea-beings. they are often described as having green, or white skin, and sea-colored hair. They have webbed fingers, and the same type of tail as a mermaid. In some legends, it is said that they carry either a red, feathered cap; a red cape; or a belt that enables them to dive back down to the deep water after surfacing. But, if a human were to steal the merrow's item, they would…

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