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The Greenwoman Stone    Part elf, part forest goddess, the Greenwoman invites us to play and celebrate life. Her realm is the forest, and she protects the creatures within it. She is decorated with Hawthorn, a tree sacred to the fairies—used for healing and protection. Hawthorn is traditionally used at May Day for the Maypole and Spring celebrations.

The Greenwoman Stone Part elf, part forest goddess, the Greenwoman invites us to play and celebrate life. Her realm is the forest, and she protects the creatures within it. She is decorated with Hawthorn, a tree sacred to the fairies—used for healing and protection. Hawthorn is traditionally used at May Day for the Maypole and Spring celebrations.

anything to do with the sun and moon i love well just about any way

anything to do with the sun and moon i love well just about any way

The Green Man - In the Celtic tradition he's known as Cernunnos, Lord of the Forest.  He rules over the wilds and conducts The Wild Hunt.

The Green Man - In the Celtic tradition he's known as Cernunnos, Lord of the Forest. He rules over the wilds and conducts The Wild Hunt.

Green Man with mermen coming out of his ears on a 16th Century bench end in the Church of the Holy Ghost, Crowcombe, Devon, England (photo Rex Harris

Green Man with mermen coming out of his ears on a 16th Century bench end in the Church of the Holy Ghost, Crowcombe, Devon, England (photo Rex Harris

Oak Green Man n Knotwork by Ash-Harrison.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Oak Green Man n Knotwork by Ash-Harrison.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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