A priestess of Avalon does not lie. But I am cast out of Avalon, and for this, and unless it is all to be for nothing, I must lie, and lie well and quickly
There is no such thing as a true tale. Truth has many faces and the truth is like to the old road to Avalon; it depends on your own will, and your own thoughts, whither the road will take you.
All the tears women shed, they leave no mark on the world...
And I must believe that man has the power to know the right, to choose between good and evil and know that his choice has made a difference...
And so, perhaps, the truth winds somewhere between the road to Glastonbury, Isle of the Priests, and the road to Avalon, lost forever in the mists of the Summer Sea.
Arthur, their young king, like a hero out of legend.
By what men think, we create the world around us, daily new.
I have neither talent or taste for kingship, cousin. I am a warrior, and to dwell always in one place and live at court would weary me to death!
I should know, for i am Morgain Le Fay, priestess of the Isle of Avalon, where the ancient religion of the Mother Goddess is born
Morgaine laughed and mocked, but when it was a real trouble, no one could be kinder.
Never name the well from which you will not drink.
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