Harry Potter References to Arthurian Legends

For today’s blog post I would like to take a look at the ways in which J.K. Rowling referenced Arthurian legend in the Harry Potter series of books.   Some of these references are very obvious and others are less so.   It is important that we are able to understand just how Rowling was…

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Morgana Le Fay: A Poem

For today’s post I would like to share with you a poem I composed about Morgana and what she means to me! Morgana Le Fay By Maranda Wabik Great Lady of Avalon Queen of Apples and Magick Hair dark as a raven’s wing Skin pale as alabaster Lips red as garnet Small in stature Large…

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Emma Swan in Once Upon a Time as the Dark Swan: A Version of Morgan Le Fay?

For today’s post I would like to take a look at the character of Emma Swan in Once Upon A Time and how she can be interpreted as a version of Morgan Le Fay.   This is something that has resonated with me since I first saw the fifth season of the television show.  …

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The Enchantress of Camelot

For today’s post I am sharing with my readers my newest work of short fiction! In this way today is a Short Story Saturday, but I cannot guarantee short stories every week. I hope all of you enjoy this next work of fiction, which is yet again my own re-imagining of Arthurian legends! The Enchantress…

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Morgan as a Title

There are tales that link Morgan to being a title rather than simply a specific character.    Modern Avalonian witchcraft traditions even sometimes refer to their priestesses as Morgens!   It is an interesting way of looking at the figure of Morgan Le Fay.    When we go back and look at the original reference…

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Vampires, Werewolves, and Ghosts, Oh My!

Hello all my lovely readers!   Today I would like to take a look at some of the most prevalent supernatural beings that people talk about this most spooky time of year.   If you noticed I did not mention witches, and that is because I talk about witches and goddesses all the time, so…

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The Path of Avalon

For today’s post I would like to discuss walking the path of Avalon.   We can walk this misty twilight path of knowledge and personal empowerment, if we so choose.    Avalon can either be seen as a real place (which has been argued over the true location over for centuries) or as a state…

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The Morgana and Rhiannon Connection

For today’s post I would like to look at the connection between Morgan Le Fay and Rhiannon!    I have already done a post looking at Rhiannon’s connection to Guinevere, and this can be seen as almost a companion post to that one.    Many may question how one goddess can be connected to both…

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My Top 5 Magical Celtic Books

In honor of this very magical time of year, I have decided to do a countdown of my top five magical Celtic books!   These books go deep into the history and myths of the Celts and Arthurian legends.    Each one is well worth reading for anyone interested in magic, myth, and legend (whether…

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Morgan Le Fay: Evil Enchantress

Hello my lovely readers, and welcome to another Femme Fatale Friday here at White Rose of Avalon!    This week I will be writing about the truly fatal side of the Arthurian figure of Morgan Le Fay.   I am sure this is a post some of you may have been waiting for, given that…

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