Do you remember Dobby, the House Elf, in the Harry Potter series? This piece talks about all the ancient traditions surrounding household beings that our ancestors once honored... Just like Dobby! Do you have a house elf? In ancient times, our ancestors honored household gods, ancestors, and fairies. Learn of these ancient traditions and why … Continue reading Household Gods, Ancestors, and Fairies – Otherworldly Oracle.com
As I continue my research into all things faery, I've discovered a wealth of information in the symbols used to represent this path. I've shared this information from the book, Faery Craft, by Emily Carding. The colors of red, white, and black: Fairytalenewsblog.blogspot.com "The colors black, white, and red are sacred to the faery. Those … Continue reading Faery Craft Symbols
As I continue to study and learn more about the Faery Craft, I like to share articles from one of the leading authorities about this path, Morgan Daimler. I like her instructions and have entered the Wildwood! ❤ Click the link below to learn more! “Here is no protective circle, no prayers, no names of … Continue reading Irish-American Witchcraft: Witchcraft with Fairies; Walking the Wild Woods | Morgan Daimler
Last week, I shared the beginning of my journey following the path of the fairy witches. Please read Part I HERE, and Part II HERE. This week, I’ll continue to share more of the concepts and beliefs found in the fairy faith in my journey of understanding and in my sharing of this particular tradition. The … Continue reading What is Fairycraft, Part III – “The Otherworld & the Fairy Gods
Our Sister of the Fey, Wendy Anne Darling is sharing a bit from her new book, Tales from the Realm of the Green Elf. Enjoy. ❤
The day is finally here! My anthology of poetry and short stories is now on Amazon in Kindle/eBook and paperback versions. I couldn’t be more thrilled! There’s a lot of my heart and soul poured into this little manuscript.
I’ve been writing since I was nine years old — starting with funny verse. Always a researcher, even at that young age (when you had to go to the library! Shock, horror) I was learning about rhyming couplets, sonnets, and limericks. You know, ‘there once was a…’ The vast majority of you will never have heard of the place I grew up in; it was Fareham, in Hampshire, England, and one of my very first poems was about this lovely place:
There was a young lady from Fareham,
Who ran around town, harem-scare-um.
The vicar and priest
Said, “Oh! What a beast!
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Last week, I shared the beginning of my journey following the path of the fairy witches. Please read Part I HERE. This week, I'll continue to share more of the concepts and beliefs found in the fairy faith. The book, “Fairycraft ~ Following the Path of Fairy Witchcraft,” by Morgan Daimler, has figured prominently in … Continue reading What is Fairycraft, Part II
Our Sister of the Fey, Wendy Anne Darling, has a new book coming out. Stop by and say hello. ❤
It’s been a long time coming but the time is nearly here for the release of my anthology of poetry and short stories! I’m so excited to present Tales from the Realm of the Green Elf to you all! I’m sorting out the final manuscript tweaks right now but thought I’d wet your appetites with a reveal of the cover. Hope you like it!
Over the last few years, I have developed an interest in “fairycraft,” which is a direct result of my amazing experience in meeting a fairy elemental when I lived in Florida. It was a warm late Autumn morning in November 2014, the first time I met the swamp fairy. The fog curled around the tops … Continue reading What is “Fairycraft?” Part I
I've been studying the myths of the Tuatha de Danaan who supposedly descended from the clouds to inhabit Ireland before the invasion of the Milesians, who then banished the Tuatha to the "Underworld" below the Mounds. My research indicates otherworldly fairy connections... Read on: *** "Thalia Lightbringer - AncientPages.com - The Celts had some very interesting … Continue reading Boann – The Goddess Who Gave Life To The River Boyne In Celtic Mythology | Ancient Pages
Borrowed Time… You hear these two words quite often Are they meant to soften The inevitable? The unpredictable? The eventually? The harsh reality? So many questions and no answers to be found So we ponder and wonder… Maybe we’re not living on “borrowed time” Maybe we’re meant to be! Destined to see… Blessed to spend … Continue reading Borrowed Time for us mere mortals… Do the Fey, the faeries, think about time?