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On Faeries: Clurichauns

The clurichaun is a faerie from Ireland, and a possible relative of the leprechaun, known for its great love of liquor, and especially wine. Clurichauns are said to be perpetually drunk and most often take up residence in wine cellars. 624 more words


Faerie Card Reading for the Week of February 19 - 25, 2018

Card: 15 ‘AWA (The Kava Plant) Offering/Sacrifice – from the Mana Cards: The Power of Hawaiian Wisdom by Catherine Kalama Becker, Ph.D. and Doya Nardin. 338 more words

Faerie Reading

The Journal of Cyrus O'Hara, V

Pg. 21-23: “Pine Barrens Iron” 

October 23rd, 1884 – The Pine Barrens are home to a great many deposits of so-called “bog iron”, and most local water sources contain a great deal of iron as well. 256 more words


Faeries: The long winter - Part 5

I had the urge to return to this.  Let’s have another part shall we.  It was only ever meant to be one part…

Faeries: The long winter… 783 more words

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On Faeries: Wemategunis

The Wemategunis, referred to in English as “Wood Dwarves”, are faerie-like beings from the folklore of the Lenape people, who lived throughout what is now New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, and southern New York. 534 more words


Movie Poster Showdown: The Dark Crystal (1982) #Friday #Fantasy #80s #Movies #TheDarkCrystal

” Hold her to you, for she is part of you, as we all are part of each other.”

Hey guys! Wow! It’s been a long time since I’ve done one of these. 573 more words

Holly Black - The Cruel Prince | The Folk of the Air 1

Holly Black‘s book “The Cruel Prince” (The Folk of the Air 1; ISBN 0316310271; 384p.; Goodreads) was an impulse read to me. 574 more words

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