MORGANA LE FAY OF THE ELECTRON DREAM WHERE MERLIN TO HOVER

FAUSTUS CROW

Morgana le Fay is considered to be a powerful enchantress in the Arthurian legend. She is otherwise known as Morgan, whose name is very likely derived from Old Welsh or Old Breton name: Morgen, meaning: Sea-born, which is derived from the Common Brittonic: Mori-gena.

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A cognate form of the Morgana’s name in Old Irish is Muirgein, which is also a name of a shape-shifting fairy or Witch who was associated with the sea; she was later transformed into a Christian saint.

This leads you to Morgana’s epithet ‘le Fay,’ which  is derived from the French: la fée, meaning, the (Succubus) fairy.

It just so happens that there is a group of shape-shifting Succubae mentioned in Welsh and Breton mythology called Morgans or Morgens, who are similarity to the Slavic Succubae called Rusalka.

Morgana’s counterpart is the wizard, Merlin, whose original Welsh name is Myrddin. The name of Myrddin…

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