Are Fairies Real ???


Are Fairies Real?  They go by many names, faeries, fey, fay, fae, elf, pixie; or collectively called, good folk, wee folk, people of peace, and other euphemisms. The name was given to a type of mythological being or legendary creature. These mythological creatures included a form of nature spirit. Does a real fairy exist?

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“Are Fairies Real?”, of course. The Fairies of today are believed to be small, delicate and very feminine. While most people can’t see them, some do, especially children. Some people see actual fairies, and some see a white misty shape, other people see colored lights and some sense their presence. They like to live near meadows or gardens or in a fairyland. They do interact with humans sometimes,but with only good intentions.

The Tooth Fairy is a great example of a very good fairy interacting with us humans. Is the Tooth Fairy Real? Ask any kid as he wakes up and finds a gift under his pillow.

These are difficult times for the spirits that guard our gardens and plants. Humans destroy our woodlands and meadows to build large homes and shopping malls. The next time you are in a garden or meadow among the beautiful flowers with their wonderful fragrance, look at the colors of the flowers, and smell their perfume. The garden or meadow with its natural beauty is the chosen place for fairies to live. They live in and under a loved, nurtured and well-maintained garden.
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Blue Beard – Classic Fairy Tale


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Once upon a time, in the fair land of France, there lived a very powerful lord, the owner of estates, farms and a great splendid castle, and his name was Bluebeard. This wasn’t his real name, it was a nickname, due to the fact he had a long shaggy black beard with glints of blue in it. He was very handsome and charming, but, if the truth be told, there was something about him that made you feel respect, and a little uneasy…

Bluebeard often went away to war, and when he did, he left his wife in charge of the castle. He had had lots of wives, all young, pretty and noble. As bad luck would have it, one after the other, they had all died, and so the noble lord was forever getting married again.

“Sire,” someone would ask now and again, “what did your wives die of?”

“Hah, my friend,” Bluebeard would reply, “one died of smallpox, one of a hidden sickness, another of a high fever, another of a terrible infection… Ah, I’m very unlucky, and they’re unlucky too! They’re all buried in the castle chapel,” he added. Nobody found anything strange about that. Nor did the sweet and beautiful young girl that Bluebeard took as a wife think it strange either.

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The Night Before Christmas – most popular tales ever


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‘Twas the night before Christmas,

When all through the house

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;

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The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,

In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;

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The children were nestled all snug in their beds,

While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;

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