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April 2017

Angel of the Day 😇

Self Love

Angel of the Day



Angels are everywhere. Not only do they deliver messages from the Creator, but they also serve to protect, guide, and inspire. In all those ways you can use our Angel of the Day.

Find out which Angel energy is activated today, then tune into the heavenly being’s qualities and gifts, using them as an affirmation, a focus for meditation, or an inspirational message.

The Guardian Angel of Health

Affirmation:

My attitudes about myself are rich in love and acceptance.



This angel can help you find the energy you need to do the things you like, look after your health, and manage your energy appropriately so as not to exhaust yourself.

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War Crow

War CrowWar Crow by Robert Faulkner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely loved this Arthurian novel! It is a must read for anyone who enjoys a good story about King Arthur and his crew, especially my favorite, Morgan Le Faye. Mr. Faulkner is a masterful storyteller and this standalone novel won’t disappoint.

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The Welsh legend of the birth of Taliesin

This is from a fantastic blog ztevetevans.wordpress.com! Definitely check it out! 😊

Under the influence!

Taliesin was one of the most famous and celebrated bards in Wales and holds an important place in Welsh history, mythology and culture to this day. Although evidence is patchy he was thought to have been born around 534 AD and died around 599 AD and was believed to have performed at the courts of three Brythonic kings. Many legends and myths grew up around him and some of his poems are still available today. The legend of Taliesin’s birth begins before he was born. This seems a strange thing to say but this is how the story went.

Ceridwen, Gwion Bach and Morda brewing a potion – Public Domain

Ceridwen’s gift

By Llyn Tegid, (Lake Bala) in Penllyn, lived Tegid Foel who had a wife named Ceridwen. The couple had three children named Ceirwy, Morfran and Afagddu. Now Afagddu was unnaturally ugly and unbelievably stupid. Nevertheless, Ceridwen his mother…

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