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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood Setting & Symbolism

Merlin Stone
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Key (Gum Lin and Loy Yi Lung)

Gum Lin must find the key that will open the stone gates to a hidden mountain lake. The lake will provide water to her drought-stricken village. The key is guarded by an angry dragon and it appears to Gum Lin only after she has proven her good-heartedness. It is sitting in a bed of pearls within a small ivory box. The golden, glowing key is adorned with a swan at the top.

Fu Sang Tree (His Ho)

This tree is thought to be the mulberry tree. It is the tree in which Hsi Ho places her suns to dry.

Aven (Cerridwen)

Cerridwen's cauldron, also known as the Cauldron of the Deep, in which she prepares the three drops of liquid that, will provide her son, Morfran, foresight and magical powers. Gwion tends to the cauldron and eventually steals the three drops...

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