Melusina, the most beautiful legend of Scotland
Although Melusina is a Scottish legend, in reality it is essentially a Mediterranean sea, because its first events take place in Cyprus and the southern shores of France
Although Melusina is a Scottish legend, in reality it is essentially a Mediterranean sea, because its first events take place in Cyprus and the southern shores of France, and its influence extends after that to Albni, where the Lucinan family ruled at the end of the fifteenth century, claiming that its lineage descends from the noble shepherdess Melusina. Location: The story is different from the stories of good or evil mermaids. In fact, it is the story of (A Broken Promise).
Legend tells that (Count Buteau), whose name was (J.Y. Lusignan), met in a mysterious forest, and during his separation from his army going on a crusade (perhaps the first), a princess whom he thought was (a lost Anglo-Saxon). With his masculine arrogance, he assumed that his suspicions were correct, and he was dazzled by her beauty and ability to see. In his eyes with her wide eyes - and he immediately proposed marriage to her and insisted on it - and she tried to dissuade him from his desire - but she agreed when she saw his eagerness and eagerness to make her happy.
She only stipulated that he should not enter her while she was giving birth or while she was bathing in her private privacy on Tuesday of every week. He promised her that.
After she gave birth to him three wonderful girls, the rumors spread that he was the king of Albany (it is true that Melusina was able to please her husband and prepare him for success until he became king of Bungardi). The important thing is that the king wanted to know the truth about his wife, so he peeped into her bathroom and found her with two fish tails from the middle down. She appeared as soon as she was wet with water, and two angelic wings sprouted from her, which she carefully cleaned while caressing her beautiful daughters who were like her.
A scream came from the man that revealed him, and when she blamed him for breaking his promise, he was very ashamed and promised not to repeat that or to reveal the secret, but human nature made him reveal what happened to his mother, who was a priestess in the past, so she said to him, “She should apologize, not you, because she hid her truth from you!! )
Therefore, in a severe marital dispute, he summoned her before the judge and told him the story, breaking the promise for the second time.
So Melusina fled, along with her three daughters, with their father, who imprisoned them, out of shame and fear for them, but they managed to escape and went to their mother. Two of them returned violently to their father’s palace, angry and almost destroying it, had it not been for the older sister’s intervention, who had reminded them of their mother’s will to be good and take care of their father, because he was still their father. Melusina went to Her place in the Mediterranean charms men and promises them everything in exchange for a promise
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