Dúlindwen

 
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Dúlindwen glides over the winter wood, her nightingale-soft song threading through the wind. She is keeper of the liminal world, twilight whisperer, dawn dancer. The slumbering forest is her domain, its winter-bare trees sentries to her silent kingdom.


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The Dream Weaver

 

The Dream Weaver by Lavender & Lark
The Dream Weaver by Lavender & Lark
 

She is the celestial muse, moving between worlds she carries songs of creation, magical insight, knowledge, and the old ways.

Her harp was crafted from a shell brought up to her from the depths of the ocean by Mac Lir.

She is whale song and owl song—deer song, and star song. 

 
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Poets and painters know her well, she has moved through them since the first brush laid ochre and charcoal against stone, and the first songs flowed out into the world. 

 
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In Ireland they called her Canola. It was she who gifted the very first harp to the people.  

 
The Dream Weaver by Lavender & Lark
The Dream Weaver by Lavender & Lark

Leave offerings to her in the crevice of an old tree, bits of silver, three hairs braided together with three strands of grass, moon-white shells, flower petals—and she will weave her magic, tying strands of inspiration from the otherworld through your dreams.

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She is creation. 

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