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Full text of the Ballad of Tam Lin, #39A from The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, 1882-1898 by Francis James Child.  cites: Johnson's Museum, 1729, communicated by Burns

Full text of the Ballad of Tam Lin, #39A from The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, 1882-1898 by Francis James Child. cites: Johnson's Museum, 1729, communicated by Burns

Egyptian God Family Tree. No estoy muy seguro que el origen de esta lamina y de la griega estén correctas.

Egyptian God Family Tree. No estoy muy seguro que el origen de esta lamina y de la griega estén correctas.

Headline: "Article/Lecture: Haunting Scottish Ballads "Empower" Women" (Friday, February 3, 2012) Image credit: Tam Lin by Julia Menshikova ♛ Once Upon A Blog... fairy tale news ♛

Headline: "Article/Lecture: Haunting Scottish Ballads "Empower" Women" (Friday, February 3, 2012) Image credit: Tam Lin by Julia Menshikova ♛ Once Upon A Blog... fairy tale news ♛

"O I forbid you, maidens a',  That wear gowd on your hair,  To come or gae by Carterhaugh,  For young Tam Lin is there."

"O I forbid you, maidens a', That wear gowd on your hair, To come or gae by Carterhaugh, For young Tam Lin is there."

When God dispersed the northern tribes of Israel for their wickedness, the tribe of Dan migrated to Greece, and later to France and the British Isles where they established pagan priesthoods and royal dynasties of the demonic bloodline:  “The Tuatha De Danann (or Dragon Lords of Anu)…[before settling in Ireland (from about 800 B.C.)]…were the…Black Sea princes of Scythia (now Ukrane).

When God dispersed the northern tribes of Israel for their wickedness, the tribe of Dan migrated to Greece, and later to France and the British Isles where they established pagan priesthoods and royal dynasties of the demonic bloodline: “The Tuatha De Danann (or Dragon Lords of Anu)…[before settling in Ireland (from about 800 B.C.)]…were the…Black Sea princes of Scythia (now Ukrane).

Erica Obey | The Ballad of Tam Lin  Obey, professor of Arthurian Romance at Fordham University, offers up this analysis of the Tam Lin folk tale.

Erica Obey | The Ballad of Tam Lin Obey, professor of Arthurian Romance at Fordham University, offers up this analysis of the Tam Lin folk tale.

Tam Lin- Janet at the well

Tam Lin- Janet at the well

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