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Word of the #FolkloreThursday: naiad -- a spirit that haunts streams, springs, rivers & wild freshwater, as––in Greek myth––an oread is a spirit of the mountains, a dryad a spirit of trees & woods, and a nereid a spirit of saltwater, seas & oceans..

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Subscribe to TODAY! New content added weekly! Check out @VIDIspace Original Titles on @PrimeVideo Experience the future of streaming content in your hands! Download the VIDI Space App! #AliensAreProbablyThinking #folklorethursday.

Beloved by children and the young-at-heart, traditional fairytales originated from regional folk tales, and since the advent of publishing, books and pictures made them even more popular with a wider audience #FolkloreThursday 1. Ambrose Dudley 2. Virginia Sterrett.

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Another great thread. And several inventions we can blame Daedalus for! Also gruesome murders, which is really all I want from a myth or fairy tale. #FolkloreThursday.

A naiad in her cave. Young Naiad - Paul Emile Chabas via @redbubble #folklorethursday #art.

@weshoyot @FolkloreThurs So #FolkloreThursday is the BEST Took the liberty to FTFY.

#FolkloreThursday statuary and paintings have a long tradition in the Church. Greek Orthodox artists often have tried to use the same colors and techniques to preserve the work as holy. We talk about all manner of images and wonders here!.

It’s #FolkloreThursday and my wisdom tooth is yelling at me, so here’s one from the vaults on the surprising folklore of teeth..

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Pain, swelling, abscesses, tumors? Stick some crushed #snails on it!.. at least that is what they started doing nearly 2000 years ago #FolkloreThursday 🐌🐌🐌.

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I wanna draw something for #FolkloreThursday tonight if I have time! What are everyone’s favorite creatures from folklore?.

Duende - an almost indescribable allure or feeling conveyed through artistic performance, literally translated as ghost or goblin in its Spanish root. Federico Garcia Lorca expounds on this here, most definitely worth a read! #FolkloreThursday #poetry.

Let Down Your Hair. A Rapunzel painting I did about two years ago now. #folklorethursday.

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Can there be anything more colourful in the woods than Scarlet Elf Cups? - I spotted this one yesterday. According to @WoodlandTrust “In past times they were made into arrangements with moss and leaves and sold as table decorations.” @FolkloreThurs #FolkloreThursday.

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Since the #FolkloreThursday tag is now trending, do check out what to post in our hashtag FAQs, and most of enjoy, folks!.

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#FolkloreThursday #colours O how I wish I could have a child as white as snow, as red as blood and as black as ebony!.

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@ConnectLOL @FolkloreThurs Iceland also has its own wee people known as huldufólk (hidden people) #FolkloreThursday.

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There are 2 interpretations of the Green Lady ghost. 1) she died wearing a green dress. 2) she was gifted immortality by fairies! Many Green Lady ghosts now protect the castles where they live, like Skipness Castle #FolkloreThursday.

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Appears to be a good setting for a new story! #FolkloreThursday #writerslife.

#folklorethursday is now trending in #London.

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#FolkloreThursday In Rhode Island, silver buttons were a common way to deflect spells and witchcraft! Learn more of the smallest states stories here! Includes an ogre, a ghost ship, and a vampire child!.

#FolkloreThursday the Garuda is famous as a brilliant red bird, who sometimes takes on cosmic proportions. Come and read more of mythic birds, bees, ants, and more!.

#FolkloreThursday Think you know what witches are? Think again. Amazon Kindle all eReaders B&N.

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Hidari Jingorō was a legendary Japanese artist, who is said to have been active during the first half of the seventeenth century CE. #FolkloreThursday #folklore.

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London Folklore: The Legendary Frost Fairs of the River Thames - FolkloreThursday.

If the maple leaves On the ridge of Ogura Have the gift of mind, They will longingly await One more august pilgrimage. - Teishin Ko #FolkloreThursday Tetsushi Kimura 東福寺の紅葉 / Autumn Leaves at Tofuku-ji Temple.

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Word of the #FolkloreThursday: naiad -- a spirit that haunts streams, springs, rivers & wild freshwater, as––in Greek myth––an oread is a spirit of the mountains, a dryad a spirit of trees & woods, and a nereid a spirit of saltwater, seas & oceans..

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