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Originally posted on Lily Wight:

     Here’s a little something to get you in the mood for Bill Condon’s Beauty & The Beast with Emma Watson.

     If you haven’t seen Cocteau’s classic yet, well, you really should so just click to view the trailer.

     

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Originally posted on Lily Wight:

     Updated 13/05/2015

     You will find lots of links to forgotten favourites right here at Lily’s Arcade of Arts & Arcana ;)

     

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     How will you celebrate your May Day bank holiday weekend?  You could always get married, jump over a broomstick or get naked and paint yourself red like these folks.

     You can discover the origins and traditions of the Beltane festival by clicking the link below for Lily Wight’s Beginner’s Guide To The Wheel Of The Year.

Beltane Fire Festival

http://lilywight.com/2013/05/01/beltane-the-beginners-guide-to-the-wheel-of-the-year/

Originally posted on Lily Wight:

     Updated 22/04/2015

     It is nearly forty years since Anne Rice refined and defined our contemporary Romantic Vampire archetype with her seminal and controversial novel Interview With The Vampire.

     Rice may have returned to The Universal Studio Monster Vault (vampires, mummies and now wolfmen) but her latest foray into the supernatural is distinctly light on familiar Gothic tropes and offers something entirely current via the imagination of an author steeped in history and mythology.

     The Wolf Gift is a superhero origin story with the werewolf or “Morphenkind”, Reuben Golding, glorified and elevated into a shape-shifting biological missing-link: a creature designed to track and destroy the very essence of evil.

     The bright, breezy world of modern San Francisco offers architectural and natural majesty a world away from the grim, historical Grand Guignol of Rice’s Vampire…

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Originally posted on Lily Wight:

     Updated 26/03/2015

     Click the picture (Brian Froud’s The Power of The Dark Crystal) to view lots more inspiring faerie art.

     Please feel free to share Lily’s selected images and keep checking the Gallery for new additions.

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     Ostara is an Anglo-Germanic fertility festival celebrated at The Spring Equinox.  This year’s festival coincides with a rare solar eclipse on Friday 20th March.  Click the link to read all about it in Lily Wight’s Guide To The Wheel Of The Year.

 

http://lilywight.com/2013/03/20/ostara-spring-equinox-the-beginners-guide-to-the-wheel-of-the-year/

Originally posted on Lily Wight:

     Updated 12/03/2015

     You will find the picture album Faerie Lore & Fairy Tales in Lily Wight’s Gallery.  Click the picture (left: Black Coat Elf by Brian Froud) or head to the tab above to explore.

     Don’t get lost now ;)

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