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My Mermaid video on Youtube

My Video has now got over a million hits on Youtube! An updated version of this video can be seen in seven videos at. – http://wabond.hubpages.com/hub/what-mermaids-really-are Advertisements

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Mermaids, Witches and Amazons

The Censored Her-Story of the Sea-People By William Bond Copyright @ 2007 William Bond I wish to thank Pamela Suffield and Rasa Von Werder for encouraging and helping me produce this book. Publishing history. First published by Lulu publishing, as … Continue reading

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Introduction

There is a real mystery about the mythology of mermaids. No self-respecting zoologist would ever contemplate the possibility of a creature with the upper body of a woman and the tail of a fish. Yet mermaids have been reported all … Continue reading

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Chapter One – The Mermaid Mystery

[This picture is taken from a Victorian book illustration and seems to be about getting past the censorship at the time, by drawing a nude woman then claim she is a mermaid. We can see this by the fact she … Continue reading

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Chapter Two – The True Nature Of Mermaids

The first time most people in the western world were aware of women divers in the East was the publication of the book, Hekura, The Diving Girl’s Island by Fosco Maraini in 1962. It was published in the USA in … Continue reading

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Chapter Three – Women Divers

[Photograph by Fosco Maraini of Ama diver swimming underwater, from web-site .] Lynne Cox proved the fact that women can survive swimming in freezing waters. In 1987 this American women swam across the Bering Strait, from the U.S. to Soviet … Continue reading

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Chapter Four – The Aquatic Ape Theory

[Underwater photograph by Fosco Maraini from. – http://www.fundoshi-bikini.net/nihon-fundoshi/shigoto/shigoto.html%5D What has been taught to us all, is that man has always been the breadwinner. From the time of the Stone Age it was ‘natural’ for man to go out and hunt … Continue reading

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