~ Faery Web Links ~
Edmund Du Lac, illustration from Beauty and the Beast
These pages explore the mysterious ballad of Tam Lin, the man who was held captive in faeryland and saved by a brave young woman. It also explores similar ballads such as Thomas the Rhymer.
These pages explore Puck, the famous trickster faery in Shakespeare's a Midsummer Night's Dream. It describes the ancient history of this mischievous creature.
These pages explore tales from around the world. This tale in particular is from Thailand.
Modern Faery Tale Authors
There are many faery related photos on these pages.
Dr. Nidorf paints visionary type artwork.
Dorreen makes beautiful scuptures of faeries and mermaids.
This site contains original fantasy related artwork by Nancy Timpanelli.
on Elementals and Devas
This site explains the basic information concerning elementals and devas.
This site explains the authors visions of the angels and devas of the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Australia.
This site is a huge index of all occult related topics.
This site provides personals and classified ads for metaphysically minded people.
This sitehas a great deal of information on fairies and other pagan topics.
and Search Engines
The Spirit Search Directory
Attract your soul mate, discover your life purpose, embrace your intuition, truly love yourself, find inner peace, manifest a joyful future, nurture your body, and improve your relationships.
This page has everything you need to know if you are interested in wicca, a nature religion.
The Zodiac Wizard
This site catalogues Lisa's faery art.
This site catalogues events involving historical and fantasy creations. It also provides many links to costuming and other historical and mythical sites.
You can buy wonderful fantasy related gifts such as mugs, clocks, cards, buttons, and more at this site.
E-Fairies.com is dedicated to lightening hearts and spirits by bringing fairy magic into the world. Do you believe in fairies? We do.
a selection of mythology, fairy tale, and fantasy books.
Louisa John Krol.
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