Another interesting thing to keep in mind.. how reality
shapes myth, which sometimes creates the phenomenon.
I talk a bit flippantly about how 'faeries' are the ones
doing the golden age UFO stuff.. and in a way I mean it..
but where did the faeries come from? Do i believe in invisible
little men without investigating a theory?
Not at all.
If you talk to an Irish folklore expert, like a dear friend
who I learned much from who used to post on ATS,
you may find that 'fairies' were just a myth that developed
from the Tuatha Dé Danann, who, were probably real
people who migrated to Ireland, way back..
well over time, if you read the article, you see that they
'devolved' to 'fairies'.
I take that to mean, that people started believing in 'faeries'
because of wild stories about these people..
and eventually.. there probably were "fairies".
The "phenomenon" evolves due to contact between some sort
of energy/raw sentience.. in the zero point field and biological systems
to use a metaphor..
so beliefs CAN become 'real-ish'.
This is of course why 'faries' and similar 'phenomenon ghosts' do
not want to be true named.. it's PAINFUL to be told that you
don't exist.. in any real way..
It's been some time since i realized the basic mechanism..
that's why its FUNNY that by faking UFOs for 70+ years..
the US government has been CREATING ufo's... just like
how Irish folklore created 'real-ish' 'faeries'.
Now.. why some things are created and other things are not
created.. I have no idea..
you'd think that our world would be filled with ghostly apparitions
of Farrah Faucet (from her poster), porn stars, etc..
Maybe these apparitions do appear.. but people are too embarrassed
to admit it.