Otherworld

Celtic - Home of the fairies: land of the gods. A place where another existence, in many ways similar to this life, awaits those who have died. A death in this life meant a rebirth in the Otherworld and vice versa. It was said to become visible to mortals at the Feast of Samhain. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Otherworld, Avalon, Avalon, Isle of Souls, Apple Island, Avallo, Avalun, Avilion, Fortunate Isle, Island of Apples, Island of Blessed Souls, Isle of Glass, Ovelon, Irish Ablach, Swedish Assysla, Welsh Ynys Avallach, Assysla, Glastonbury, Land of the Dead, Land of the Dead, Amenti, underworld, British Avalon, British Avalon, Emain Ablach, Irish Ard mhac Leinn, Irish Ard mhac Leinn, Tir inna N'og, Tir inna N'og, Welsh Achren, Welsh Achren, Annfwn, Annfwn, Caer Wydr, Caer Wydr, Caer Wydyr, Godeu, Godeu, Lychlyn or Lychlyn.
General - A general term for some supernatural. Place, including fairyland, heaven, hell and paradise. In many cases, the Otherworld can be reached only by the bravest heroes and after many difficulties. Also referred to as Otherworld, Avalon, Avalon, Isle of Souls, Apple Island, Avallo, Avalun, Avilion, Fortunate Isle, Island of Apples, Island of Blessed Souls, Isle of Glass, Ovelon, Irish Ablach, Swedish Assysla, Welsh Ynys Avallach, Assysla, Glastonbury, Land of the Dead, Land of the Dead, Amenti, underworld, British Avalon, British Avalon, Emain Ablach, Irish Ard mhac Leinn, Irish Ard mhac Leinn, Tir inna N'og, Tir inna N'og, Welsh Achren, Welsh Achren, Annfwn, Annfwn, Caer Wydr, Caer Wydr, Caer Wydyr, Godeu, Godeu, Lychlyn or Lychlyn.

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