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Mermaids & Mythology Magazine

Mermaids & Mythology

Mermaids & Mythology is the new sis*star publication to FAE Magazine (Faeries and Enchantment). It will be published 4 times a year and is a ‘real’ full sized, full colour glossy magazine, and will be 100% carbon neutral and printed on FSC paper (just like it’s sis*star FAE).

The logo has been designed by Tamara Newman and the debut issue will feature the stunning artwork of David Delamare, and coverage of the World Mermaid Awards. Plus mermaid fashion, and stories of mythology and more… Mer-Team members include Doreen Virtue, Lucy Cavendish, Melissa Mermaid, Emily Carding, and Editor in Chief, Karen Kay. Visit www.themermaidmagazine.com or join Mermaids & Mythology on Facebook

Exciting new event!

Mermaids & Pirates Ball

At the 3 Wishes Faery Fest at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall on Sat 18th June 2011. Attendance to the Mermaids & Pirates Ball is included in your 3 day or weekend ticket to the 3 Wishes Faery Fest OR you can buy a ticket just for the Sat night ball with camping included! This event features The Dolmen + support, and is sponsored by FAE Magazine.

Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp

Experience what it is like to be an underwater performer at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park In the ‘Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp’. Each day, there will be underwater ballet training sessions and on the last day of camp, you will perform for a private audience of family and friends. the Mermaid camp is suitable for 20 years of age and upwards.

For further details visit the official Weeki Wachee Springs website here: www.weekiwachee.com

The Ontario Science Centre Presents

Mythic Creatures:

Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids

A giant Kraken’s tentacles emerge from the floor, a griffin rears on its hind legs, and a fossilized skull appears to stare from a single eye socket. These models and artifacts in Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids shed light on the ways people around the world have been inspired by nature to depict strange and wonderful creatures.
“Every culture has its myths. Often these stories allowed humans to make sense of the unknown and the natural world,” said Lesley Lewis, CEO of the Ontario Science Centre. “This exhibition illustrates some of these myths and the real creatures that may have inspired them.”

Through preserved specimens and fossils of prehistoric animals, Mythic Creatures investigates and illustrates how these could have—through imagination, speculation and even fear—inspired the development of some legendary creatures. For instance, Scythian nomads of southeastern Europe may have mistaken dinosaur fossils for the remains of griffins while narwhal tusks from the North Sea likely offered credibility to the belief in the unicorn.

“Myths tell us a great deal about the societies from which they originate and how they have evolved over time,” said Hooley McLaughlin, Chief Science Officer of the Ontario Science Centre. “Even today, we are fascinated by claims of sightings of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, and stories of mermaids and unicorns remain part of popular culture.”
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Mermaids, Magic & Mystery Workshop

with Patrick Gamble & Elaine Fenton

In days of old, tales tell of the beautiful mermaid, singing her hypnotic song, weaving and enticing the listener to follow, leaving all the knew behind in order to enter her world of beauty, colour and peace.

Join Elaine and Patrick for a day-long workshop in which you will explore:
Colour – and its physical and vibrational essence and healing qualities.
Sound – Entering the deep peace of the inner worlds.
Vision – As you share experiences through activities and stories which hold precious reflections and insights.
This is a day to bring a spark of magic, wonder and upliftment to your lives, hopes and dreams!

Sands Resort Hotel, Newquay Cornwall
Porth, United Kingdom on 29th November 09:30 – 17:00

Cost: £35 Bookable in advance from www.kernowkopia.co.uk Booking Ref:35


On 15th & 16th May 2010 the SEA LIFE London Aquarium hosted some very special aquatic guests. The famous Weeki Wachee Mermaids swam in for their first ever overseas performances. Diving into the giant Ocean Reef Display at The SEA LIFE London Aquarium, the mermaids performed a magical mix of underwater ballet and aquabatics alongside rare green turtles, Cownose rays and colourful shoals of tropical fish in a totally unique marine spectacle.

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