"On the 'Goodness' or Danger of Fairies" | Morgan Daimler

In my continuing research for the Sisters of the Fey book, I’ve discovered by reading through the ancient myths a startling truth. The Good Neighbors are nothing like the Hollywood version of the fey.

“The reality is that some types of fairies are dangerous,” say Morgan Daimler, an expert in dealings with the fey.

“Consider why people take the belief that faeries are all goodness and light. People today, continue to have scary experiences with the fey.”

Author, Morgan Daimler. Find her books on Amazon.com

My name is Morgan Daimler. I have been a witch since 1991, an Irish reconstructionist since about 1994, and heathen since 2006. I like to write poetry and recently ventured into writing fiction which I enjoy. I have had my poetry and prose published in different places including 7 anthologies, Circle magazine, Witches and Pagans magazine and the CR journal Air n-Aithesc. I am the author of the book By Land, Sea, and Sky, and the urban fantasy series Between the Worlds. Through Spero Publishing I have the children’s book a Child’s Eye View of the Fairy Faith.Through Moon Books I have Where the Hawthorn Grows, Fairy Witchcraft, and Pagan Portals: the Morrigan.

Morgan Daimler – Goodreads

Learn the truth of the Good Neighbors.

Morgan Daimler also discusses some myths about the Good Neighbors through frequently asked questions.

From the Sisters of the Fey!

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