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I believe in everything until it's disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it's in your mind. Who's to say that dreams and nightmares aren't as real as the here and now? ~John Lennon

Why Fairies Love Whiskey and How Angels Get Their Share

Any one who lives side by side with fairies knows that there are favorite treats prized by the fae. Sometimes it’s sweet bread, or fairy cakes. I have found that some of my visitors are fond of doughnuts. Then again who isn’t fond of a doughnut every now and then? By...
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Dive Into the Stories at the National Leprechaun Museum in Dublin

This summer I have been in Ireland and one of the first stops on my itinerary was the National Leprechaun Museum in Dublin. A step through the museum’s mirrored lobby and out the other side of the portal brings each tour group into environments constructed to maximize...
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Exciting News from John Matthews and The Sidhe

At some point our relationship to the fae evolved into a Sunday hunt like that of birdwatchers or insect collectors out to find a prize discovery. A common question people ask about faeries is, “How can I see them?”   John Matthews’ 2011 book The Sidhe: Wisdom from...
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Finding Fae Rhythms at Enchanted Rock?

There is a giant pink rock that dominates the Texas Hill Country Landscape about 16 miles outside of Frederickburg and for those familiar with some fae’s preference to live inside of dome shaped hills the inevitable question is of course, “Who lives there?” The place...
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Thar Be Dragons?

Dragons have been popping up everywhere around me lately!   While I haven’t had an invisible being about the size of a small train following me about creating havoc, I have had unusual number of “coincidental” encounters with images and songs pass into my daily...
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Dragons, Gold and Tea

While the town of Bendigo, Australia is reportedly named after the bare knuckled boxer, William “Abednego” Thompson, who was nicknamed Bendigo; it seems appropriate to point out that the word bendigo means blessing in the Spanish language. Blessed by dragons and by...
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Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. ~ Lewis Carroll

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