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Mermaid magic : connecting with the energy of the ocean and the healing power of water / Lucy Cavendish and Serene Conneeley
Bib ID 5156552
Format BookBook
Author
Cavendish, Lucy
 
Description Newtown, N.S.W. : Blessed Bee, c2011 
363 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780987050533
Subjects Water -- Folklore.  |  Water -- Mythology.  |  Water -- Religious aspects.  |  Ocean -- Religious aspects.  |  Spirituality.  |  Mermaids.  |  Marine resources conservation.
Other authors/contributors Conneeley, Serene Amber, 1971-
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