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welcome to my on-line home!

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.

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the faerie shaman

just as some organisms on earth have well-developed sensoria for experiencing the visual, audial and tactile sensations that define reality for humans, so some humans have specialised senses highly enough developed to enable the fairy sight.

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building bridges: sharing of nwyfre

we have no scientific instruments that can verify the claims of seers who talk to plant spirits. absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, and besides, is the subjective experience of millions of believers since the dawn of time not evidence? obviously, it’s unscientific to go beyond the evidence so far as to say it isn’t.

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turtles all the way – er – in.

    i’ve listened to the scientists and this is my reply; respectfully i must advise, we don’t see eye to eye. my animistic atoms making predetermined shapes, mechanically intending everything from stars to apes, just flout the simple sanity of your established science and seem to treat the ‘evidence’ with cavalier defiance.   you […]

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goodbye, adelaide!

she rose serenely, the curve of her outer edge glimmering like a nervous smile. viewed from the earth, the city of adelaide was a gradually diminishing silvery cloud by mid-afternoon, and by nightfall another moon.

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sensible senses of sense

sensible senses of sense scientists say we stand on a small solid spheroid spinning in space and circling the sun. some say we stand on its surface of stone, soil and sand (sial) or, sailing at sea, skim its silvery surface, seeming so shiny from space. still, simple sense says that the skin of the […]

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birth journeys: an animistic approach to birth, neurosis and the enchantment of being human

birth journeys an animistic approach to birth, neurosis and the enchantment of being human by vyvyan ogma wyverne ‘we fear perdition at every death, and death at every birth.’ …………….. máire, a spirit guide. neurosis exists before birth.  that which incarnates through birth as a human being or animal is complex and extensive, and its […]

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