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Boat to Avalon - Journey Over Water - Avalon, part of Arthurian legend, was, according to the Myths Encyclopedia, "an earthly paradise where eternal spring, health, and Harmony reigned under the rule of enchantress Morgan Le Fay & her 8 sisters, all healers." The mortally wounded King Arthur was taken there (by boat) & healed and where he'll remain until Britain once again needs him.


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Morgan Lake of Great Britain competes in Women's High Jump Qualifying on Day 13…


2016 Rio Olympics, Athletics, Preliminary, Women's High Jump Qualifying Round, Groups, Olympic Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 18, 2016. Morgan Lake (GBR) of Britain reacts. (Photo by David Gray/Reuters #Rio2016 #リオ五輪

Celtic Goddess Morrigan *Goddess*Supreme war goddess. Queen of phantoms and demons, shape-shifter. The crone aspect of the goddess, great white goddess. Patroness of priestesses and witches. Revenge, night, magic, prophecy /MARGAWSE (Wales) *Goddess* Mother aspect of the Goddess...

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Queen Mary 2 in Liverpool to perform synchronised 'river dance'

The vessels, named the Three Queens, perform their impressive turn in front of thousands of spectators to mark Cunard's 175th anniversary

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European Junior Championships: Morgan Lake leads GB medal haul

European Junior Championships: Morgan Lake leads GB medal haul World junior champion Morgan Lake led the way on the final day as Britain equalled their best tally of European Junior Championships gold medals


These legendary tales of knights and nobility in ancient Britain, rivetingly retold for today's readers, remain as fresh and exciting as the day they were first written. From the sword in the stone to the lady in the lake, these stories bring to life the fantastic characters of Camelot: the wise wizard Merlin, the gallant Sir Lancelot, the wicked Morgan le Fay, and the beautiful Queen Guinevere.


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