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The Lady wields words to do her bidding. With a thrust of her pen she can write dragons into oblivion or she can embrace her favored one. Then again she could embrace the beast and cast the knight into the dungeon. All with the ease of her imagination...

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Women of God, be a merciful and righteous warrior for the gospel and the spoils will be great for His people...bh

Women of God, be a merciful and righteous warrior for the gospel and the spoils will be great for His people...bh

Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "Excalibur," by *Erulian, at deviantART. "In those…

Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "Excalibur," by *Erulian, at deviantART. "In those…

“The Lady of the Lake” by Lancelot Speed,   from The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights   (Frederick Warne and Co., 1912)

“The Lady of the Lake” by Lancelot Speed, from The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights (Frederick Warne and Co., 1912)

The white stag is a familiar creature of myth and legend.  The white stag in Celtic myth is an indicator that the Otherworld is near. It appears when one is transgressing or breaking a taboo. It also appears as an impetus to quest--the white stag or hart often appears in the forests around King Arthur's court, sending the knights off on to adventure against gods and fairies.

The white stag is a familiar creature of myth and legend. The white stag in Celtic myth is an indicator that the Otherworld is near. It appears when one is transgressing or breaking a taboo. It also appears as an impetus to quest--the white stag or hart often appears in the forests around King Arthur's court, sending the knights off on to adventure against gods and fairies.

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