Real fairies? Decide for yourself, says lecturer

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Real fairies? Decide for yourself, says lecturer

Post by Ian Pegler » Sat Apr 05, 2014 8:51 am

from the Telegraph...
Real fairies? Decide for yourself, says lecturer

A university lecturer claims to have photographed fairies in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire
CLICK HERE to read the article.

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Post by Helen-Healing » Sun Apr 27, 2014 11:04 pm

They certainly do look like fairies!! :lol: Well...as the Victorians imagined them, anyway.
I'm a believer! I say YES to fairies! 8) I played with enough of them as a child in Scotland.

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Post by Lyndon Ronstadt » Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:56 am

Fairies? What about Peris, Devs, Djins, Sylvans, Satyrs (sorry, Satyr), Fauns, Elves, Dwarfs (sorry, vertically challenged people, I'm quoting here), Trolls, Norns, Kobolds, Brownies, Nixies, Goblins, Pinkies, Banshees, Moss People and White Ladies? All Elementals according to Blavatsky.

Then there are Nature Spirits such as the Nymphs and Sylphs according to good old dowsing, and Devas of various grades. Clearly we have some research to do should we find ourselves with etheric vision.

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Post by mike » Fri Nov 27, 2015 9:45 pm

Heard fairies talking and calling at a crop circle site near Telford, AND heard fairy music at Husbands Bosworth on Fairy Hill there, again another crop circle site some years ago. 8) I believe things exist at other levels where these forces can come through, to those with open hearts and minds. It feels like a gift to me,a reward if you will to experience this.

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Post by mike » Sat Dec 19, 2015 9:06 pm

Cannot dowse anything exciting around Rawtenstall where the chap lives, but thats not to say he never saw anything over the years.I think these things appear or come close to our existence at times when they wish, but you have to be open minded, its a two way thing.

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Post by mike » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:15 pm

Kits Cody site at the far west of that field is a special place when you dowse around the area, for me it has strong influence of what I believe fairy force is.I cannot put a finger on it whats there, but its there and is a warm place.You have to go with an open mind to understand and believe these things exist, or you just will not reach them and what they offer....Some years ago my friend Ray and me was looking at a field near the old A5 just north of The Wrekin a field where both 3 and 5 toed Dragons Feet crop circles had appeared in the field like it had walked across.(In JAPAN 5 toed Dragons Feet are thought of as Royal and nobody can gaze on them). Anyway we was looking and I was dowsing around when we both heard childrens laughter and shouts of excited young children like you hear in the school playground, but we was miles from any home or school or house,and the wind was slight at best.He asked me when we got close if I had heard that childrens noise, and I said I did, he replied I think it was fairies, WHICH i WAS ABOUT TO SAY....And some years ago when I was spending time at Husbands Bosworth I stood many nights below the hill there hoping to catch a crop circle forming, but I missed it when it came, and just a day afterwards I was recording in the formation just gone midnight running the video while I walked just outside the design.I heard and recorded music/noise of voices that I could not understand and music I have never before or since, but that video and recording was lost when a friend dumped the video when I could not collect it at Avebury Trusloe fast enough.

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Post by Migrant » Mon Oct 22, 2018 9:58 am

There is so much negativity in the world where the esoteric is concerned, so comments here cheer me up immensely.
For those of us who work on the principal that we create our own reality it makes sense that someone who believes fairies do not exist will never "see" one. They will then have difficulty with those who are open to the possibility, and probably react to defend their world view.
If we believe that we all inhabit the same reality, it would follow that there either are fairies or there are none.
If we don't -- there is no argument to be had.

Meanwhile I will continue with trying to to tune in to the esoteric content of my garden, and getting to know my trees.
Incidentally, for those like myself who are easily embarrassed, if you understand and make use of tree energy by "tree--hugging" I think you will find, as I do, that leaning your back against the tree in a nonchalant fashion is equally effective.

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Post by simonwheeler » Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:25 am

"if you understand and make use of tree energy by "tree--hugging" I think you will find, as I do, that leaning your back against the tree in a nonchalant fashion is equally effective."
I've always thought tree-hugging borders on the disrespectful and intrusive. Leaning your back against is better; standing underneath its canopy or over its likely roots-spread should suffice. :)
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Post by Migrant » Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:43 pm

For myself, I think that, as with magnets, proximity is relative to the effect experienced Simon, no disrespect intended.
If you can exchange energy at a distance, so much the better.

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Post by Migrant » Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:45 pm

PS. ... and of course it depends on how well you know the tree.

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Post by mike » Wed Nov 07, 2018 5:28 pm

Im a tree hugger and proud of it,I find a good man hug does the trick, and I always feel better afterwards from day to day problems, its a form of release of stress.It might be the hug grounds you to the earth and this releases all tensions grounded in the trees roots,I never question why or how, it just works wonders for me.

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