Morgan Le Fay or Morgan of the Faeries was Arthur's half-sister. She was a priestess of Avalon where she was raised and tutored in the magickal arts. She may have been a lover of Marlin, who taught her many skills. Morgan, means "of the Sea", and may refer to her Avalonian home across the waters. Morgan le fay was a seductive enchantress, a wild woman of Faery.

Morgan Le Fay or Morgan of the Faeries was Arthur's half-sister. She was a priestess of Avalon where she was raised and tutored in the magickal arts. She may have been a lover of Marlin, who taught her many skills. Morgan, means "of the Sea", and may refer to her Avalonian home across the waters. Morgan le fay was a seductive enchantress, a wild woman of Faery.

Gwenhwyfar, whose name means White Spirit, is the original May Queen of Faery. It is said that she wed King Arthur on Beltaine , or May Day, a month reserved for the marriage of the Gods. Whoever bedded Gwenhwyfar ruled the Land. Her grace and beauty were highly sought after and her love affair with Sir Lancelot weakened the power of the idyllic Camelot .

Gwenhwyfar, whose name means White Spirit, is the original May Queen of Faery. It is said that she wed King Arthur on Beltaine , or May Day, a month reserved for the marriage of the Gods. Whoever bedded Gwenhwyfar ruled the Land. Her grace and beauty were highly sought after and her love affair with Sir Lancelot weakened the power of the idyllic Camelot .

Scented Visions: A multisensory tour of the Pre-Raphaelites exhibition at the #Tate,London.  A unique opportunity to explore the works through the sense of smell during an exclusive private view.  £25 and I want to go.!!!

Scented Visions: A multisensory tour of the Pre-Raphaelites exhibition at the #Tate,London. A unique opportunity to explore the works through the sense of smell during an exclusive private view. £25 and I want to go.!!!

And right as Arthur was on horseback there came a damosel from Morgan le Fay, and brought unto Sir Arthur a sword like unto Excalibur, and the scabbard, and said unto Arthur, Morgan le Fay sendeth here your sword for great love. Uit Le Morte d'Arthur van Sir Thomas Malory.

And right as Arthur was on horseback there came a damosel from Morgan le Fay, and brought unto Sir Arthur a sword like unto Excalibur, and the scabbard, and said unto Arthur, Morgan le Fay sendeth here your sword for great love. Uit Le Morte d'Arthur van Sir Thomas Malory.

The Meeting On The Turret Stairs, Frederic William Burton, 1864

The Meeting On The Turret Stairs, Frederic William Burton, 1864

Ophelia (“And He Will Not Come Back Again”) (1865). Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915). Oil on canvas. Toledo Museum of Art.

Ophelia (“And He Will Not Come Back Again”) (1865). Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915). Oil on canvas. Toledo Museum of Art.

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