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"For all the worry he had caused her'
(From the book "Rhiannon : Goddess of The Birth Moon")
By : Deborah Susan Jones : Editor

An ancient Myth & Legend . . . . . .
Great Queen Rhiannon, Cymric, Brythonic and a Triple Goddess.
. . . . on the night of the first of May the child was captured by a creature who also stole a foal from the stables of Teyrnon Twrf Gwliant. He saves the foal and also the infant who he sees wrapped in swaddling clothes. Taking the child as his own he has him baptised as Gwri Wallt Eurun. But Teyrnon hears tidings of what has befallen Rhiannon . . . . 
. . . . Teyrnon hears tidings of what has befallen Rhiannon and feeling sorry for her inquires deeply into her story and looking closely at Gwri realises the semblance between the child and Pwyll Pen Annwfn . . . . 
Deborah Susan Jones

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