Posted 02 April 2008 - 12:09 AM
I've seen many fae folk in Southern CA where I grew up. I've only seen a few since I've moved to Texas... Oddly enough during Renaissance Faires - and not those dressed up as faeries. I've seen tiny ones flit through the trees near the bridges at the Ren Faire in Waxahachie. Especially near the hammered dulcimer player.
Posted 12 April 2008 - 08:09 PM
I do believe in fairies. I have seen them. For some reason, they tend to be drawn to me. I now have a house with about 5 acres of wood and quiet and there is more peace here than in the city (gee, go figure). I have been contacted by the fae and I love it.
Granted, there is no scientific evidence I have to back this up. It reminds me of paranormal investigations. We hear the voices, the grunts, the cry or laugh and go back to our digital recorders to verify what we heard. It's not there. Was it done psychically? Again, there is no "proof", but we know what we experienced.
Does that make it any less valid? Not so much, but it's not anything we can prove.
Posted 12 April 2008 - 10:54 PM
Posted 10 March 2010 - 06:09 PM
will try to keep up with posting on this site . i forgot how much i love this place . :]
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Posted 11 March 2010 - 09:20 AM
It was really hard to get a pic of it but on the right you can see the definition of the toes, heel and the ball of the foot. It's closer to the edge. The red part.
For the benefit of the story I can honestly say I believe her when she said it wasn't there the night before. She had smoothed everything out so it wouldn't have been there.
So fae or no?
Posted 13 March 2010 - 02:41 PM
First off... I do believe in fairies, I do, I do. Have I seen one not in person...
But I had an odd dream last night that involved fairies... Alot of times my symptoms that I am experiencing at the time I am sleeping get thrown into my dream. I had a dream last night/this morning (I don't typically wake until 12 pm or 11 am) that I had this horrendous headache and we were all out of diet coke and I was out of pain meds. I was wondering about this house and came across a spiral staircase that led up to a deck filled with various fauna. I came across this female fairy and begged her to help with my head... And she pulled out a packet of Wendy's Chili sauce. Don't ask because I have no idea how that was supposed to help... Just thought I'd post.
Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:12 PM
I think it is very likely indeed, with physics and an educated genius in this with an open mind which I am all except a genius or a master at physics just an educated open minded paranormal investigator hahahaha this could be proven but it is rare to find a scientist with such an open mind and all the money it would cost to create such devices to slow the vibrational levels down of something you can't even see and for it to work you'd have to use it where these faeries would be, I'd love to see it done but what a very intriguing idea/concept.
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