Chenmunka
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What species is the Lady of the Lake?
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Many early Celtic legends apply male and female characteristics to geographical features. If you take Mary Caine's works on the areas around the Isle of Avalon, the hills of Glastonbury, then the ...

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Who was Arthur's sword, Excalibur, returned to?
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Excalibur was returned to the lake from whence it came. Most accounts have it that Sir Bedivere took it there from Camlan. Malory is the only source that I know of that mentions an arm taking the ...

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How long did King Arthur's empire last?
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According to most versions of the myth, the reign has not ended. No version explicitly states how long the physical reign of Arthur lasted. That is almost certainly deliberate, in order to maintain ...

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Crystal taped to radiator?
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There are many myths surrounding crystals. They are held by many to be capable of channelling positive energy and so promoting health and wellbeing. Your picture looks like quartz. Quartz in ...

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What is the origin of the legend that Jesus visited what are now Cornwall and Somerset in England?
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I grew up in Glastonbury and have been brought up with the large number of legends surrounding the town. There are several specific legends regarding the life of Jesus in Glastonbury between the ages ...

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How did the discoveries of the planets Neptune and Uranus affect astrology?
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Astrology is all about the perspective of the planets (which includes the Sun and Moon) as seen from Earth. It has always been considered that the more distant a planet, the less significant its ...

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Are the gods in Indian mythology, who came on earth with some kind of aircraft, aliens?
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This is clearly not provable. However, various people have speculated that the Hindu Vimana is a flying saucer. Most famously, this is in the works of Erich Von Daniken in the 1960s. However, a ...

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