crystal faeries

divine love consciousness blog

11th May 2015

As my conscious awareness is more focused in the energetics of Kilauea, i am basking in the flow of light via our portals centered therein. This is greatly facilitating full time anchoring in transcendent consciousness in graceful ease. i am very aware of leaving the realities and relationships which remain anchored in duality. This has had most profound implications for the kind of lightwork and lovework i do with and for those for whom i minister.

[the Enchantment of the Fairies]

The archaic English term for fairies is fays, which means 'enchanted' or 'bewitched'.[...]
fairies are believed to live in a land where time does not exist.[...]
Fairyland is sometimes referred to as the Land of the Ever Young, which is eternal and beautiful.[...]
Fairies may resemble humans in size, but can decrease to three inches (7.5 cm) or less. Female fairies may be fortune tellers, particularly prophesying at births and foretelling deaths.[...]
Fairies are diminutive human beings. There is evidence that small-structured races populated parts of Europe and the British Isles in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages, before the spread of the Celts. [...] They were in union with nature and possessed keen psychic senses. Their skills and trades allowed them to lead somewhat normal lives while raising diminutive cattle and horses.[...]
Until the 13th century, having fairy blood was admired.[...]
There is much evidence of fairy lore in relation to witchcraft. The British anthropologist Margaret A. Murray and other historians state that the real 'little people' gradually became identified with witches. During the 16th and 17th centuries, when belief in fairies was at its peak, the activities of fairies and witches were frequently combined. Both cast and broke spells; they both healed people, and divined lost objects and the future. [...] Both danced and sang beneath the moon - often together [...] Both practiced metamorphosis, flying and levitation, and could cause others to levitate. King James i of England, in Daemonologie, his book about witches, called Diana, [the moon goddess], the goddess of witches, and the 'Queen of Fairie'. Oberon, the name of the King of Fairies, also was the name of a demon summoned by magicians. Fairies were also claimed to be familiars of witches. Therefore, it is not difficult to see why fairies figured into witch trails. The trails richest in details occurred in the British Isles. Currently Neo-Pagan Witches believe in fairies and some see them clairvoyantly. Some Witches say their Craft was passed down by fairies through the generations of their families. Fairy lore is particularly prevalent in Ireland, Cornwall, Wales, and Scotland, [ an area often associated with the Celts -- celeste ]. Fairies are common in literature from the Middle Ages on and appear in the writings of the Italians Matteo Boiardo and Ludovico Ariosto, the English poet Edmund Spenser, the Frenchman Charles Perrault, and the Dane Hans Christian Andersen, among others. A.G.H."

So, how may we summarize all these myths?
Humans have projected onto both "witches" and "fairies" all that they found mysterious, and their disclaimed powers,
(that which they believe they cannot do themselves),
all that they wished to be irresponsible for, (blame of consequences of disclaimed powers).
In other words, the "fairy tales" say much more about the ego-personalities of the story tellers, than they do about the spiritual nature of those about whom the stories are told.

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