Here's an interesting article about how the plant kingdom and fairy lore interconnect. The Yeats poem below shows the intersection. Clearly, the natural world and that of the fairy world intersect in magical ways. Finding those connections are the most meaningful. Think of all the poetry we could write. Enjoy the read. ~Colleen~ READ: The … Continue reading Fairy Lore and the Plant Kingdom | Coby Michael Ward
March's full moon is commonly called the Full Worm Moon. March’s full moon is commonly called the Full Worm Moon. This is because of the earthworms that wriggle out of the ground as the earth begins to thaw in March. Here’s a little known fact about March’s full moon: it was called the Worm Moon … Continue reading March’s Full Moon
The most wonderful thing an author receives is praise for their writing. Many thanks to James Cudney for this review of my book. ❤
"This article is an amalgamation of some previous posts at deadbutdreaming, a shorter version of which was recently published by New Dawn Magazine. It probably raises more questions than it gives answers, but I wanted to put these ideas in one place before moving on to any further Cosmic interpretations of what the faerie phenomenon might … Continue reading Some Faerie Metaphysics
HAPPY SUMMER SOLSTICE! I've planned this day out in my mind for over a year... Today, as a tribute to the Summer Solstice, my first book of poetry and short stories has become a reality. Fairies, Myths, & Magic ~ A Summer Celebration is now available on Amazon. From June 21st through June 27th, this book … Continue reading Happy Summer Solstice: Fairies, Myths, & Magic ~ A Summer Celebration Available NOW!
This is a "Press This" of Marje's post on the Sisters of the Fey. Take a peek into her magical world. ❤ On Saturday I was at a creative writing course in Cambridge run by artist Lyndell Phelps and poet, writer, producer Dan Simpson. It was a very warm day, perhaps too warm to be cooped inside … Continue reading A Magic Gate In The City of Cambridge
Would you dance with the fairies? I know, I would! ❤ "Fairy rings are a naturally occurring ring of mushrooms normally found in forested areas and grasslands. Even though the fairy rings form due to natural causes, they are surrounded by folklore..." Click the link below to learn more: Source: Fairy Rings
Have you ever heard about The Fairy Folk of the Cairngorms? No? You will want to visit this blog. Here's what you will read about: Folklore from the Cairngorms, including Fairy Sweethearts, Green Fairy Dogs, Kelpies, Brownies, and Well Spirits Grab a cup of coffee or tea and experience the magic! ❤ Click this link: https://faeryfolklorist.blogspot.co.uk/2018/04/the-fairy-folk-of-cairngorms.html
There’s fairy magic afoot! Check it out! ❤
- Morgan le Fay and Arthuriana
- The origins of the faeries
- Altered states of consciousness and the faeries
- Are they supposed to have wings?
- Elves vs Faeries
- Faerie or Fairy?
- Brian Froud, Alan Lee and The Lord of the Rings film (where I forgot the name of the director Peter Jackson!)
- The Fairy Investigation Society and modern faerie encounters
- Syd Barrett
Thanks to Charles for inviting me on to the show.
From Brian Froud and Alan Lee’s “Faeries”
Some of the stories we consider to be myths are actually steeped in ancient beliefs. The tree of life appears in most major religions and its symbolism is recognized around the world. "The Celtic Tree of Life served as a portal to invisible worlds and became a source of sacred knowledge, guarded by the most … Continue reading Celtic Tree Of Life – Portal To Invisible Worlds And Source Of Sacred Knowledge | Ancient Pages