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Real life mermaid beautiful Linden Wolbert

Real life mermaid beautiful Linden Wolbert

Real life mermaid beautiful Linden Wolbert

Real life mermaid beautiful Linden Wolbert works as a professional rusalka (Russian for “mermaid”), and she can hold breath under water for up to five minutes. Linden Wolbert was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The American beauty says that she grew up as a water baby, her mum and dad are both professional swimmers. The beautiful free-diver and model travels the world and uses her skills to promote ocean education and conservation. She admits that she has always had magnetism to the water. The professional mermaid can swim to depths of 115ft, using her hand-made tail to propel through the water.

Linden with artist Allan Holt, working on her mermaid tail. The tail time consuming work, it takes months to make it, the material for it - fibreglass mould of Linden's body, high-quality silicone to make it hydro-dynamic

Linden with artist Allan Holt, working on her mermaid tail

The tail time consuming work, it takes months to make it, the material for it – fiberglass mould of Linden’s body, high-quality silicone to make it hydro-dynamic.

working on mermaid outfit

working on mermaid outfit

The beautiful free-diver and model travels the world and uses her skills to promote ocean education and conservation.

The beautiful free-diver and model travels the world and uses her skills to promote ocean education and conservation.

Free diving is 70 per cent psychological. You have to be very calm and at ease in the water.

Free diving is 70 per cent psychological. You have to be very calm and at ease in the water.

In Slavic folklore, mermaid is a female water spirit who lives part of the year in water and part in the forest. A mermaid could not live long out of water, but with her comb she was not in danger, for the comb gave her the ability to conjure up water when she needed it.
Two types of mermaid are found in Slavic folktales. The northern type is a demonic being, somewhat pale, who entices men with her songs and then drowns them, much like Sirens in Greek mythology or the Lorelei in Germany. The southern variant is an attractive girl, who also entices men but truly loves them. When a man dies in her arms, it is considered a blessing.

Among the Bulgarians, the mermaids are called samovily and are believed to be the spirits of unbaptized dead girls. The Slovaks believe them to be the souls of brides who died after their marriage night. Poles believe them to be beautiful girls punished for leading wicked lives. The Polish variety are good to those who were kind to them in life and punish those where were unkind. The Russian composer Alexander Dargomizhsky composed an opera Rusalka, as did the Czech composer Antonin Dvorak. Dvorak’s Rusalka is based on a story by Alexander Pushkin.

Real life mermaid beautiful Linden Wolbert

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