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DuirwaighGallery.com – Legends And Enchanted Hills

Duirwaigh means ‘doorway’ in Gaelic, and its symbol is an oak tree with a door in its trunk. With that hale of mystery and magical vibrations, through this site you’ll access a very particular art gallery, which is also a publishing house and a full service artist management company. Inspired on the images of Narnia, Oz, and Wonderland, these companies exist for the sole purpose of raising interest in -and funds for- its artist...

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MythHome.org – Myths & Mythology Portal

The term “Myth” alludes to a narrative that has an inherent religious or spiritual significance and which makes a contribution to systems of thoughts and values within a given human community. An extensive collection of myths can be accessed online by setting your browser to the Myth Home website. The site lists myths both by culture and by time, whereas a sizable portion of the site is devoted to mythological figures all through...

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TemplarHistory.com – The Templar Net True Story

Here’s something different to do today: learn the true story of the Order of the Knights Templar, a holy order of medieval knights that fought in the Crusades, and that for some strange reason known only to Dan Brown, are connected to the most bewildering myths and conspiracy theories. If you believe in the latter, you’ll find a wide variety of resources to understand why you might be wrong, or to confirm what you think and deem this...

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BeowulfMovie.com – Outrageously Entertaining

In the age of heroes comes the mightiest warrior of them all, Beowulf. After destroying the overpowering demon Grendel, he incurs the undying wrath of the beast’s ruthlessly seductive mother, who will use any means possible to ensure revenge. The ensuing epic battle resonated throughout the ages immortalizing the name of Beowulf. If you are interested in this myth, you will be able to find many different sections, such as the About...

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