posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 04:24 AM
Theosophists call fairies, gnomes, elves and all other such entities "elementary spirits". They belong to an evolutionary process of which birds
are a part and which is parallel to the human one. Birds eventually become fairies, just as dogs and cats become humans when they acquire individual
souls. Before that big step in their evolution they share a part of a "group soul", or a sort of soul pool or collective soul to which their soul
reverts when they die. The group soul accumulates the experience of all the individual incarnations. Human kindness quickens the evolution of
animals greatly. Horses are on a lower level as compared to cats and dogs. They're a coarser breed and they eventually become dogs. Dogs that
can't tolerate exploding fireworks and run off and get lost behave thus because they used to be horses taken to battle and had to put up with cannon
fire and bursting artillery all around them before meeting a violent death.
The source for most of that is the theosophy books that belonged to one of my grandfathers, who was also a freemason. The Theosophical Society was
founded in 1875 in N.Y.C. but eventually established its main headquarters in Adyar, Madras, India. It has always had seers. It's odd that people
here seem never to have heard about this old organization. Its motto is "There is no higher religion than the truth", which was initially the motto
of an Indian rajah, if I remember this well.
In Iceland they believe in and respect all those creatures. When they were building a road there came a time when all the big machines they were
using broke down and it was impossible to fix them. Someone found out that they were about to make the road go through a certain place inhabited by
elves and fairies, so they decided to make a long detour, and after the decision was made the machines started to work once again and there were no