Why Pirates & Mermaids – Part 5 – Glamorizing Mermaids

The Whole world seems to be losing their minds over Merfolk!  It is some kind of absurd phenomenon.  I am sure you will think I am crazy but I am telling you that it has a lot to do with the Global Agenda, the One World Religion and Goddess worship.  There is a so much available on this topic it was exhausting.   There is no way I could present everything to you  However, there is enough here to bring you to a deeper understanding of the infatuation with Mermaids!  You may not even be aware that it is a trending topic.  If you were aware, you most likely had no idea why.  Let’s shed some light on the subject.

Please be sure and visit the following articles for much more information:


Why Pirates & Mermaids?Part 1;Part 2;Part 3;Part4;Part 5;Part 6;Part 7;Part 8;Part 9;Part10;Part 11

Must be Something in the Water – Part 2 – Water REMEMBERS – Water and Spirituality

Are You Having A Mari-time? Part 1 – The Ritual; Part 2; Part 3: Part 4; Part 5; Part 6


Inside one of world’s largest mermaid convention’s fin-tastic weekend | ABC News

These videos are not meant to be taken seriously.  The mermaids in these videos are humans wearing a costume.

These videos are not meant to be taken seriously.  The mermaids in these videos are humans wearing a costume.

These videos are not meant to be taken seriously.  The mermaids in these videos are humans wearing a costume.

Tales of the Sea: An Exhibition of Mythical Aquatic Art

Tales of the Sea is an art exhibition revolving around aquatic life of a mythical or fantastic nature. Additional themes of aquatic ecology are encouraged, but not required. All media welcome. The exhibition is sponsored by the South Haven Center for the Arts and co-hosted by SHCA and the South Haven Mermaid MegaFest. 

Coney Island USA & Coney Island Brewery Present: The 36th Annual Mermaid Parade with co-presenter Kitchen 21

The 36th Annual Mermaid Parade is Saturday, June 16, 2018, 1pm!!

About The Mermaid Parade:

A completely original creation of Coney Island USA (the not for profit arts organization at 1208 Surf Avenue), the Mermaid Parade is the nation’s largest art parade and one of New York City’s greatest summer events.

A celebration of ancient mythology and honky-tonk rituals of the seaside, it showcases over 3,000 creative individuals from all over the five boroughs and beyond, opening the summer with incredible art, entrepreneurial spirit, and community pride. The parade highlights Coney Island Pageantry based on a century of many Coney parades, celebrates the artistic vision of the masses, and ensures that the summer season is a success by bringing hundreds of thousands of people to the amusement area in a single day.

The MERMAID PARADE specifically was founded in 1983 with 3 goals: it brings mythology to life for local residents who live on streets named Mermaid and Neptune; it creates self-esteem in a district that is often disregarded as “entertainment”; and it lets artistic New Yorkers find self-expression in public.

Unlike most parades, this one has no ethnic, religious, or commercial aims. It’s a major New York holiday invented by artists! An American version of the summer-solstice celebration, it takes pride of place with West African Water Festivals and Ancient Greek and Roman street theater. It’s features participants dressed in hand-made costumes based on themes and categories set by us. This creates an artistic framework on which artists can improvise, resulting in the flourishing of frivolity, dedication, pride, and personal vision that has become how New York celebrates summer.  [I am amazed that people are so ignorant that they don’t even realize this is not “religion-free”.  Paganism (Mythology) and Ancient Greek and Roman Pantheons are definitely religions.  So is the worship of the Earth/Nature. The Worship of the Soltices is Pagan Religion. The only religion no allowed is Judea/Christian.]

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

The Mermaid Parade on Social Media! #mermaidparade

The Seward Mermaid Festival was created by local business persons and citizens and in partnership with the Seward Harbor Opening Weekend, to celebrate rejuvenation, to develop a creative community impact and encourage local entrepreneurship.

The mermaid theme was chosen to represent our communities symbiotic relationship with the seas, oceans, and waterways that we hold so close to our hearts. Additionally, her attributes and qualities are ones that we feel everyone in Seward strives toward Strength, Ingenuity & Expression Of Self.  [The attributes and qualities of Mermaids? Seriously? Just which ones would those be?  Luring men to their death by flashing their naked breasts?]

We invite you to join us for three days of city-wide activities for the whole family!

Mermaid Week – Sep 15, 2018 – Sep 22, 2018

Mermaid Week highlights the mermaid as a symbol of guardianship for our river with mermaid themed activity throughout our city. Three primary events will make up the event scheduled for September 2018 which will include, The Mermaid Ball, The Downtown Mermaid Parade and culminate with The Mermaid Splash — a river, music, environmental awareness, and arts festival. *** Mermaid Society Ball- The ball features live music, cocktails, glass-bottom boat ours accompanied by champagne and dinner 7:00pm-11: 30 pm $65 general admission or $100 VIP. ****Parade The parade begins at Cheatham Street and CM Allen Paryways travels south on Cheatham and turns West on to S. LBJ drive before going through Downtown. The parade is led by Austin Samba, a Brazillian percussion and dance troupe. Also featured in the parade is Las Mona de San Antonio. The parade is FREE and runs 10:00am-Noon. **** Mermaid Splash After the SMTX Mermaid Parade, festivities move to San Marcos Plaza Park for a day of family-friendly games, live music, an art market, food vendors and speakers in the parks’ Fish Hatchery building discussing conservation and stewardship.

AquaMermaid MEGAFEST

Aquamermaid is a proud partner of Mermaid Megafest and will be offering amazing swimming workshops at the festival!
Mermaid Megasfest is a global festival of mermaids and mermen. This year’s festival will take place in the beautiful coastal city of South Haven Michigan located on the coastline of Lake Michigan, the 25th, 26th and 27th of May 2018. 
Also enjoy as part of the festival many more activities including : 
Professional Mermaid performances and meet & great (including : Hannah Fraser, Mermaid Sadie, the Ohio mermaids, mermaids of the great lakes, circus sirens, Aquamermaid team…
Tail of the Sea – Exhibition
Freshwater Mermaid society – Conference
Siren’s ball – Music and dance
Merfolk beach Party – (Merfolk) ConvocationGuinness world record of largest mermaid gathering.
Unsalted navalcade – Boat flotilla
Luminescense – Laser show
Search For Atlantis – Geocache(

The Whimsical Mermaid Festival In Michigan You Don’t Want To Miss

Posted in Michigan March 03, 2018 by 

Whether or not you believe in magic, there’s something absolutely fascinating about a mermaid. After all, what could be more breathtaking than a sparkly, colorful mermaid tail peacefully making its way through the waters of our Great Lakes? If you’re a fan of all things mermaid (and merman!), you’ll have an absolute blast this May at Michigan’s inaugural Mermaid MegaFest.

About Mermaid MegaFest

Mermaid MegaFest is a global festival of mermaids and mermen, dedicated to the preservation of our planet’s aquatic ecosystem. Preserving our natural freshwater resources is a vital effort. Revealing the underwater realm raises awareness, which is the foundation of support for embracing sustainable practices necessary to protect our beautiful waters. Enveloping this critical message within the growing mermaid fantasy phenomenon amplifies its effectiveness. Young and old, people embrace stories about mythical creatures.  They serve as effective pathways to open otherwise reluctant minds.  Mermaid folklore integrates a blend of imagination and science that supports the preservation imperative. (So, now, do you see that this is an organized global agenda to promote their Global Environmental Nazis?)


The Ultimate Guide To Modern Merfolk: Part 1 – JENNIFER LONG – 5/30/16

Magic The Gathering – Merfolk has been a deck as long as Modern has existed, but it only came into the limelight in the summer of 2015. Two important things happened that got Modern players interested in the deck: Przemek Knocinski won GP Copenhagen with Merfolk, and Harbinger of the Tides was printed. Since then the deck has bounced around Modern’s top tiers and proven its worth in a powerful format. Just about a week ago, Simon Slutsky won GP Los Angeles with Merfolk.