Isan of Annwn

Isan of Annwn

The noise caught Isan's attention. “What is that?” The Brenin asked, looking at the shiny fan. “It's very sharp,” Carza answered. “It's a bladed fan. In mortal worlds, women mostly aren't allowed to have weapons.

Author: Katherine Angharad Meyrick

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595196982

Category: Fiction

Page: 94

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The peaceful Faery world of Annwn is ruled by an imcompetant king. A predatory sorcerer seeks the power of a god and to conquer the once invincible Otherworld. Only the king can save Annwn, but only if he turns his back on his god and pays with his sanity. This novella is the first in a series. Blended from Welsh myth and the darkest episodes of history, this novella is most indeed a unique Faery tale.
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The Romance of Arthur

The Romance of Arthur

Firmly ensconced in mythological tradition is an important Arthurian poem in The Book of Taliesin , to which a later hand has added the title Preiddeu Annwfn , " The Spoils of Annwn . " The historical poet Taliesin had gradually become ...

Author: James J. Wilhelm

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0815315112

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 596

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Covering almost a thousand years, this work features translated texts in a broad range of genres, from the early chronicles and Welsh verse through Sir Thomas Malory.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Gwyn

Gwyn

A kind of Dark Age Grim Reaper who went out on the Wild Hunt with the 'Hounds of Annwn' ('Cwn Annwn'). ... Many writers have connected the 'Cwn Annwn' with Gwyn ap Nudd; but this is an assumption and a possible error.

Author: Yuri Leitch

Publisher: SCB Distributors

ISBN: 9780957211360

Category: History

Page: 106

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Glastonbury’s most ancient mysteries, the true roots of Avalon as an otherworldly realm, and the legends of Gwyn ap Nudd, Britain’s original hunter god. • with many original beautiful illustrations and quotes from arcane medieval Welsh manuscripts
Categories: History

Avalon Within

Avalon Within

Is it not the cauldron of the chief of Annwn? What is its intention? A ridge about its edge and ... The fourteenth-century Welsh poem Preiddeu Annwn—The Spoils of Annwn is an early contribution to Arthurian mythos. Preiddeu Annwn spins ...

Author: Jhenah Telyndru

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738727073

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 336

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Journey to the legendary Isle of Avalon and experience the magic, mysteries, and mysticism that have inspired women throughout the ages. Jhenah Telyndru, founder of the Avalonian Tradition, invites you on a unique spiritual path of healing and personal revelation built upon the beloved Avalon mythology. Connect with the Goddesses of Avalon through guided journeys and powerful rituals. Explore Glastonbury’s Sacred Landscape with eight pages of gorgeous color photographs. Develop legendary Avalonian skills—such as the Sight and the art of Glamour—to heal wounds of the soul and unlock the sacred wisdom at the core of your being. Drawing on Celtic mythology, Arthurian legend, and Druidic lore and exploring the way of the priestess as alluded to in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Mists of Avalon, the Avalonian path empowers women everywhere to transform their lives by seeking the Goddess and the Sovereign self within.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

There Is An Urgency

There Is An Urgency

... honest, deeply felt and extraordinarily well written story of love, betrayal, guilt, loss and finally a sort of redemption." —Adrian McKinty Author of Fifty Grand There Is An Urgency A Memoir Gregrhi Love Cwn Annwn. Front Cover.

Author: Gregrhi Arawn Love

Publisher: Cwn Annwn

ISBN: 9780982307403

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 382

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Born into a world of horror, madness and chaos in 1973 to Debbie, a 23-year-old drug addicted prostitute and Howard, a 24-year-old addict and convict, Gregrhi Love grew up quickly with the Department of Children's Services becoming an active part of his life in 1974. With Howard in prison, the only father he knew as a child was Bobby, his mother's pimp, drug dealer, and lover. In 1980, he was placed in his first foster home. While foster care was often horrifying, nothing compared to the daily near-death experiences he survived living in Father Panik Village with Bobby and Debbie. On May 23, 1980 his coerced testimony sent Debbie to prison. Now a grown man, Mr. Love uses his childhood traumas to change lives. Working as a teacher allows him to use the experiences of his life to help children who live in a similar world. His experiences give him a perspective most people do not have and knowledge that cannot be obtained from any textbook. There Is An Urgency explores these experiences in an effort to make others aware that people like him walk among us every day. There Is An Urgency is inimitable in that it juxtaposes Mr. Love's experiences as an adult, working with children in school and juvenile detention settings, with personal accounts of physical and sexual abuse from his childhood. There Is An Urgency to share this story of hard won hope and resilience after years of terrifying abuse by a real life monster.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Barddas Or a Collection of Original Documents Illustrative of the Theology Wisdom and Usages of the Bardo druidic System of the Isle of Britain

Barddas   Or  a Collection of Original Documents  Illustrative of the Theology  Wisdom  and Usages of the Bardo druidic System of the Isle of Britain

Tri chyflwr hanfod Bywedigion , Cyflwr Abred yn Annwn ; Cyflwr Ryddyd yn Nyndod ; a Chyflwr Cariad , sef Gwynfyd , yn y Nef . 14. Tri Angen pob hanfod wrth fywyd ... There is an old adage which says , Nid eir i annwn ond unwaith .

Author: John Williams ab Jthel

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ISBN: ONB:+Z218626700

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Page: 518

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The Arthurian Name Dictionary

The Arthurian Name Dictionary

The references to the ships , including Arthur's ship Prydwen , suggests that Annwn is an island . According to Culhwch and Olwen , the powers of the demons of Annwn were vested in the warrior Gwynn , son of Nudd .

Author: Christopher W. Bruce

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0815328656

Category: Fiction

Page: 624

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A comprehensive encyclopedia of characters, places, objects, and themes found in the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round table. Draws from all significant source between Gildas' De Excidio Britanniae written about 540 AD and Tennyson's 19th-century Idylls of the King, including versions from throughout Europe. The entries range from a short identifying sentence to nearly ten pages for the king himself. Each is referenced to a source, which are presented in a endtable showing author and tit date, form, and langua description; keywords from the entries; and recent editions, a vital bit of information such references usually neglect. The cross-referencing is fairly good, often done as a full entry identifying a name as a variant of another, so the lack of an index is not a problem. Distributed in the US by Taylor and Francis. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Categories: Fiction

Choice Notes from Notes and Queries Folk lore

Choice Notes from  Notes and Queries    Folk lore

Jones of Brecon , who tells us that the cry of the Cron Annwn is as familiar to the inhabitants of Ystrad Fellte and Pont ... while Annwn is an adaptation of annufn , a bottomless or immeasurable pit , voidless space , and also Hell .

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Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000005920921

Category: Folklore

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Categories: Folklore

Salopian Shreds and Patches

Salopian Shreds and Patches

... signification of the word Annwn , which has been increased by the very frequent mistake of writing it Anwn , which means unknown , strange , and is applied to the people who dwell in the antipodes of the speaker ; while Annwn is an ...

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ISBN: MSU:31293027502453

Category: Shropshire (England)

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Categories: Shropshire (England)