fairy garden and sanctuary for ghosts

i’m a druid, trained with the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids. i’m very telepathic and i have second sight. this was very alienating about twenty years ago when everyone thought that if you heard voices and saw beings that no one else could see you must be declared insane, locked up, and drugged with near lethal drugs until you no longer could. i became a druid as a result of being told by one of the more helpful, kindly voices (spirit guide) that i should get into an organisation that actively encourages and helps telepathic communion with the beings of the invisible realms. i chose the Rosicrucians first off because i’d heard of them, and knew that they were well-respected. i’m still a member, though in recess. it was through their book-lists and advertising that i came to OBOD. i have edited its southern hemisphere newsletter serpentstar for a few years - one of the best things about the druid way and about all the paganisms is that many truly believe in fairies, elves, spirit guides, gods, tree spirits, plant spirits and the elementals – all the beings that inhabit the realms just beyond human awareness, whose voices i’ve have chattering in my head and vying for my attention for most of my life. my guide was right. both organisations brought about helpful transformations – and i believe any of the established pagan and esoteric paths would have done the same – and placed me among fey-friendly people. they helped me to redefine my inherited ‘family madness’ as hereditary seership – a great gift to share with the world. my mother kept telling me ‘it skips a generation’. my clairvoyant grandmother, a gifted healer, spent time in a mental hospital for her visions and voices and a cousin of mine was ‘cured’ of them by ‘psychiatric’ treatment consisting mostly of zombifying drugs. others of my generation have varying levels of psychic ability too. our poor planet is getting wiser and is much kinder now to legitimate seers and psychics. in this blog, in future posts, i intend to tell you all about the fairies and gnomes and elves and brownies that come thronging to my garden as they throng to any garden where they’re made welcome, and i’ll tell you how to keep them happy and healthy – and what happens when you don’t. i’ll also talk about the ghosts, guides, angels and other beings, that use our nexuses and pavillions. there’ll also be blogs about the fauns, satyrs, devils and daemons, gods and devas that live and work around and among us too. comments are welcome, especially from other seers – it’s so helpful to compare notes.  

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4 thoughts on “fairy garden and sanctuary for ghosts

  1. I’m afraid I’m strictly secular, a story-teller and embracer of the magical. Sometimes I am uncanny, though. I look forward to hearing more.

  2. I’ve had a very similar experience to you (in fact was told by my family to ‘keep quiet’ about the fact that, to me, all people ‘shine’, divine glory showers sporadically from the sky like golden snow, spirits manifest behind people, voices and visions and beautiful and terrifying beings come and share my mental space.) I do not prescribe to any ‘religion’ or ‘order’ that can be controlled by people, I try to hold my own spiritual experiences as ultimate truth for me, and encourage others to do the same for themselves. For my children, I try to spare them the negativity I and my parents/ grandparents experienced (we also have this history of ‘mental illness’) – I love that already they see angels and spiritual energies and that I can support them in that and keep them safe.
    Thankyou for sharing and very many blessings on your journey, Bia

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