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Merfolk & Fae Queen Index
Fae, Elven, WaterFey,
Fae Qweens & Princesses
& We Will Include
Important Legends of:
Fae Qweens & Princesses.
Diviana of The Fae
(Fae Archer Qween Goddess -Form)
(Welsh-Shapeshifts into Fastest Horse)
(A Welsh Fey Qween
of the Land, celebrated also at Yule)
More To Come!
& Cat Goddesses
Catti Tribe Fey Qween
(also of: Celtic Catti Tribe of Ireland)
Be Kind FeyKith Ryme
Featuring: The Black Doom Cat
With Supportive Attitudes of The Fey Faith
towards the proper treatment of Females.
(also with links to support & help you,
if you have been hurt.)
Irish: Cat Goddess-Palu
Palu was the mother-goddess
associated with divination
in ancient Celtic times
This Cat Cult spread
throughout Western Europe.
(also noted: oracular cave-
shrine in Connacht at :
Clogh-maghrígh-cait (now Clough)
Egyptian: Cat Goddess-Bast
For More About The
Celtic Catti-Tribe Cat-People
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our Heavenly Mother & Father
& can take on any loving form
they choose !
Even when we see a little flower
we know that the same life energy
that illuminates it,
illuminates all of Nature & Life.
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Poetic License Spellings:
Note: We like to spell Queen as: Qween
when speaking of the Fae Qweens.
We know some people say
there didn't used to be any W letter
in ancient Celtic language,
but the bright Fae have discovered
this letter & they like it.
X, Y & Z are also letters that they like.
So since this document is translated into
American & Canadian English anyway:
just be cause we spell "Queen" with a W,
doesn't mean there were never any such thing as
Celtic Queens or other Queens.hehehe
We are using poetic license.
"A rose by any other name..........."
Midi playing is: Dance of The Sugarplum Fairys