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The wonders of Elves, Fairies and Nature Spirits

Myths and stories about fairies do not have a single origin, but are rather a collection of folk beliefs from disparate sources. Various folk theories about the origins of fairies include casting them as either demoted angels or demons in a Christian tradition, as deities in Pagan belief systems, as spirits of the dead, as prehistoric precursors to humans, or as spirits of nature.

Elves magic

 "We elves sometimes define our magic as a combination of serendipity, synchronicity and whimsy dancing together in Faerie as our footsteps cast off stardust and our fingers weave sigils of love."

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Knowledge of the eldars

 “Elfin magic is subtle. No matter how things seem to be going it is ever moving us closer to Elfin. It’s just that sometimes to get there we must travel through darkened valleys and shadowed forests. But have faith. In the end, we will emerge into…

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  • And at last the hawthorn is in full bloom here on the high moor. Medicine for the heart and doorway to the faeries.


  • Creator

    "The Festival of the Toadstool Dance"
    by Annie Stegg


  • The bells of Faerie are ringing . . . .


  • Tree of life . . . . Circle of Life. . . . Trees touch all three realms of existence, the heavens with branches, the underworld or spirit world with roots and the mortal world with their trunks.


  • Lovely fairie tales


  • Sweet dreams, all you lovely ones 11026639484?profile=RESIZE_180x180
    (Art by Deborah Hocking)


  • Happy Easter! Thank you for following me & for being so kind. I’m sending hugs & toasting all of you..
    Art by Astrid Sheckels


  • Creator

    Charles Folkard (1878-1963), “British Fairy and Folk Tales”, (1920)


  • “The Fairy 'Ola' At The Full Moon"

    Arantza Sestayo (illustrator, painter, and draftsman, Arantza was born in 1964, and has lived on the Spanish Mediterranean coast since childhood).


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"Fairies are invisible and inaudible like angels. But their magic sparkles in nature

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Only those who believe will fully receive Magic, Blessings and Miracles in Life.

10250030255?profile=RESIZE_710xPrince Arthur and the Faerie Queene by Johann Heinrich Füssli (c. 1788); scene from The Faerie Queene

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A fairy is a type of mythical being or legendary creature found in the folklore of multiple European cultures (including Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, English, and French folklore), a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural.

Luis Ricardo Falero (1851-1896)
'The Lily Fairy' (1888)