[Christine’s Halloween Monster and Faery List]

Kings: M: Milesian Sons of Erim: Honey Sons of Ploughman

Eus ap Erim (Horror)Welsh and Breton god. (58)
Hên Bedestyr (Old Birch) Bedwyr Bedryant ap Seithved (Birch Grove of the Perfect Sinews Divine Son of the Seventh) Bedyw, Sir Bedevere, Bedivere, Bédoier (Birch Grove) Bedwini (Birch) Sinnoch ap Seithved (Surface Divine Son of the Seventh)(pron. HEHN-BEHD-EHST-IHR)Welsh giant who has one hand and is very swift. His lance produces a wound equal to the wound of nine lances. Yspadadden threw three poisoned stone spears. He caught the first one and threw it back. Another spear pierced him through the knee and made it hard for him to climb up hills. Knight of the Round Table who returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake. Sir Lucan is his brother, Sir Griflet is his cousin. In the Life of St. Cadoc (c.1100) he was alongside Arthur and Cai dealing with King Gwynllyw’s: White Raven abduction of St. Gwladys from her father’s court in Brycheiniog. He helps Arthur and Kay fight the Giant of Mont St. Michel, and joins Arthur in his war against Emperor Lucius of Rome. After Camlann, at the request of the mortally wounded king, Bedivere throws Excalibur back to the Lady of the Lake. He then enters a hermitage where he spends the remainder of his life. He is buried on Mount Tryfan, above Llyn Ogwen: Excalibur Lake: The Black Book Englynion y Beddau. (75, 82)
Hên Was Adeinawg (Old Winged One) Hettwn Talaryant (Peaceful Headland) Heddwyn (Holy Peace)(pron. HEHN-OO-AHG, HETH-oon) Henwas is a swift runner. (73, 75)
Miumhe, Munnu Mac Iaulchan Drulan (Terror)Druid prophesying bird. Magh Muagh is named after him. (79)
Palap (Radiating) Papredh (Paper)Welsh god. (73)

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