One of the questions I am often asked is, “do fairies exist?” In my book “The Thirteenth Mage”, I explored the world of fairies, otherwise known as the fay, a little bit. Not to be confused with the Little People, of course. In one of the scenes, our heroes go to a particular area of the English countryside to find that the veil between realities is very thin there and our and “their” realms are almost visible to each other.
Fascinating! Thank you, Inelia.
Beautiful story. I would love to hear more on the Little People, bc my paternal great grandfather saw them and left them offerings, back in 1920s Germany.
Thank you Inelia and Larry very interesting.
I enjoyed the part about bret with the staff, it reminded me of a time I went to the Amazonian jungle. I had gone for a walk with a few members from our retreat and it had been raining heavily. Although the sun shone brightly that day the ground was so slippery and muddy and I kept slipping and loosing my flip flop in the mud. Then I heard a voice but it was silent so maybe I tuned in, and it said, you know Maria, there is always help around if you look that will help you walk on the path easily without slipping. O I thought what would that be and my eyes went straight to a large stick I wouldn’t have noticed. I got it and it became a magical stick that helped me through all the mud and slippy areas. My friend took a picture and it looks just likes Brett’s, it was a staff. It was a beautiful experience and when I came home I made my own with a crystal on the top and some feathers and a bell. I don’t know how to share pics or I would share.
Loving these stories that you are sharing Inelia thank you 🧚♀️🧝♀️
🥰 these are amazing encounters inelia and I could read and listen to these all day. It’s like bathing in the energy of the magical and the mystical of your experiences 🧚♀️beautiful thank you