Mysterium Greetings Card ranges including Pagan, Fantasy Humorous, Mythological, Mystical, Yule Cards, Briar Cards. The best of British artists include Briar, Anne Stokes, Peter Pracownik, Pete Loveday, Nic Shaw, Giles Powell Smith and Shaman Digby Curtis
SCENE 1: 350 years ago a sorceress casts a curse of great power that forms a great dark wall between the upper city and the slums. The wall traps not only sunlight, but also the flow of magic and health. This leaves the people in the upper city "overdosed" on magic, living forever, almost zombies. The people below the wall are still passionate, but they have little health or sunlight. Reader doesn't know all the details of the curse.
"Fairy Lights" by Margaret Tarrant (1888-1959). Margaret was born in Battersea, a suburb of south London. She studied at the Clapman School of Art and later at the Guildford School of Art. She was an established illustrator and a close friend of Cicely Mary Baker. The two women influenced each others work and shared many of the same interests. Margaret, like Cicely, was known for her wonderful fairy images.