Mermaids and Mermen are mythical angels of the ocean that:
* Live in the ocean
* Are deeply concerned about the health of the world’s oceans
* Wish to protect the oceans, dolphins, whales, dugongs and other marine creature
* Love the tropics
* Love to swim, and are very good at breath-holding
* Love wearing jewels and adornments
Water-dwelling elementals who live in oceans and lakes, their faces and upper torsos are human, while their lower halves consist of a fish body and tail. Female merpeople are called “mermaids,” and the males are called “mermen.” Merpeople help humans who are kind to the ocean and ocean-dwelling creatures.
VISIT “BE AMAZED” CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkQO3QsgTpNTsOw6ujimT5Q A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Africa and Asia.
http://www.hayhouse.com/details.php?id=7082&utm_id=3198 Mermaids are powerful and graceful inhabitants of the waters who can teach us about harnessing the unconscious mind’s ability to attract, create, and manifest . . . while having a fun and playful life!
All little girls (and lots of little boys) love mermaids. These under the sea fantasy creatures are always beautiful and colorful – what’s not to love? For everyone that wishes they had one of those gorgeous, sparkly tails, here are a bunch of fun mermaid crafts to make.
With the release of Disney’s The Little Mermaid Diamond Edition Blu-Ray/DVD last week, Princess Ariel and all things “under the sea” are certainly popular right now. I have a feeling we’re going to see a lot of mermaids at Halloween this year. The boys have even enjoyed the movie and are loving a few fun Little Mermaid activities.
Mermaids have long captured the imagination of the public. They’ve thrilled us in ” documentaries “, paintings fairytales and in the cinema. Sometimes these seafaring fish-ladies come to the aid of men (helpful!), and sometimes they just want to hug you to death and drown you (less helpful).
With most of our blue planet covered by water, it’s little wonder that, centuries ago, the oceans were believed to hide mysterious creatures including sea serpents and mermaids. Merfolk (mermaids and mermen) are, of course, the marine version of half-human, half-animal legends that have captured human imagination for ages.
Mermaids and merfolk have influences in literature, folklore and religion. Here you can find out most interesting facts about mermaids that were gathered during past several thousand years.
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