This is a true story— three of them— of urban fairy trickery.
Hello everyone. Yes, I know it’s been a long time. This year has had both beautiful and tragic things changing my plans. This blog was also attacked by a racist troll. That has been handled, and their comments will never be seen. I don’t even have to read them, as they are instantly deleted. Yay! This is MY space, and I am honored to share my experiences and expertise with you, and it is my right and obligation not to…
Here is a compilation of fairy folklore creators and resources I recommend.
Most of my fairy encounters are with urban fairies.
You should never say “thank you” to the fae. Here are some alternatives to say instead!
There are a few things I’d like to clear up: Many sidhe sources exist for harmful and problematic, terrible (and cringe) information. They don’t take into account centuries of lived experience from folklore. They ignore native cultural experiences, taking what they want how they want it (cultural appropriation.) They bully people into not being “positive” or even “pure” enough to interact with Fairy. (This is a HUGE red flag.) They put forth the idea that all of Fairy is positive,…
Tadhg and I talk about Illusions and Glamour, and how to see what is real.
I ask Tadhe if the Sídhe are as dangerous as they are portrayed.
This is the Sídhe’s thoughts, as spoken by Tadhg, on the coronavirus and how we can deal with this scary situation we are facing through community.
“Living the Dream” I was 12 or 13 when my world flipped inside-out. I still wasn’t “Awake.” That would take many more years. But this is when I’d start to get clues of who I really am, beyond this body I inhabit. I said in a previous post that this blog was about to get personal. Here goes… It started with the Dreams. I’ve always been a vivid dreamer and would constantly dream of things that were yet to happen….