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"Lady of the Lake" by Alan Lee                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "Lady of the Lake," by Alan Lee.

Reminds me of Aanaith. The light that bears the golden swords.. Connected to them with heart and soul, as they have chosen her forever.

The Witch Queen series Reminds me of Aanaith. The light that bears the golden swords. Connected to them with heart and soul, as they have chosen her forever.

http://kotaku.com/she-watches-over-us-all-im-so-sorry-1666971998

She...Watches Over Us All (I'm So Sorry)

lady of the lake  Speed, Lancelot (1860-1931), "The Lady of the Lake" from: The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights  . 9th edition. Ed. Sir James Knowles, K. C. V. O. London; New York: Frederick Warne and Co., 1912

The Lady of the Lake - Lancelot Speed, 1912 (Frederick Warne & Co.

oldbookillustrations:  Front cover from The lady of the lake, by Walter Scott, illustrated by Charles Edmund Brock. London, 1904.  (Source: archive.org)

via Lynne ‏ . Beautiful Book Cover: 'The Lady Of The Lake', by Sir Walter Scott. Illustrated by Charles Edmund

The Lady of the Lake was the foster-mother of Sir Lancelot and raised him beneath the murky waters of her Lake. She is, however, best known for her presentation to King Arthur of his magical sword Excalibur, through the intervention of the King's druidic advisor, Merlin (Myrddin) who was constantly worried that his monarch would fall in battle.

The Lady of the Lake ~ Lady of the Lake is the titular name of the ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend.

Allow the subtle things to be glorious. Flip fear into courage. Sweetly anticipate nothing in particular. Be rocked and riveted by the ordinary. Think poetically. Look for the beauty. Create magic. Be love. - Victoria Erickson

Allow the subtle things to be glorious. Flip fear into courage. Sweetly anticipate nothing in particular. Be rocked and riveted by the ordinary.

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The Lady of the Lake, Lady of Avalon, is the title name of the ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend. There are several related characters in the role which include giving King Arthur his sword.

Excaliber and the Lady of the Lake from The Mists of Avalon, by Marion Zimmer Bradley                                                                                                                                                     More

Arthurian magic~when the Ph.D on the incest theme in Malory's Arthuriad is done, I so want to write about the magic in the Arthurian legends.

"The Lady of Shalott" by Aly Fell      Bliss via Bliss onto :: enchanted forest ::

DaddiLifeForce - the magic of story time

Lady of Shallot by AlyFell. Though I don't know why the Lady of Shallot is pictured with a sword . is that in the poem?

'The Lady of the Lake' by Ed Org.

Ed Org, "The Lady of the Lake" Her face reminds me of me somehow.

King Arthur Asks the Lady of the Lake for the Sword Excalibur, Art by Walter Crane, 1911

King Arthur asks the Lady of the Lake for the sword Excalibur, from 'Stories of the Knights of the Round Table' by Henry Gilbert, first edition, 1911 by Walter Crane

VIVIAN is one of the many names of the "Lady of the Lake" in the Arthurian legends. "Lady of the Lake" may have been a title that was applied to a priestess. Or it may represent memories of a Celtic lake Goddess or fairy. She is also Nimue of the sacred groves and one of the four queens who bore Arthur away to the Isle of Avalon after he was mortally wounded. Her realm is Fate and the land of the dead or Otherworld. (read more: http://www.thaliatook.com/AMGG/vivian.php)

Vivian, the Lady of the Lake in Arthurian legend from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took.

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