Fairy folklore is ancient. They are as ancient as the human race and our myth and lore is filled with stories of these elusive non-human
intelligences. In the days of old, the phenomenon was widespread. Often, drastic measures were taken to protect oneself and one’s children from the
nefarious activities of the fey. They were known to spirit away young women and men to have sexual relations with, in order to strengthen the fairy
stock. There was also the concern of abduction, particularly of infants and young toddlers, as they were coveted by the fairy, again to breed with and
strengthen the fairy line.
The fairies were known to have many tricks up their wings in order to accomplish such feats. They could glamour a victim, and cause them to see what
they wanted their victim to see. They could paralyze their victims, so that their job was made that much easier. For those people taken to fairyland,
time would distort. What would appear to be a short time of visitation among them would turn out to be a prolonged period of time passing in the
earthly realm of our encasing.
In today’s day and age, fairy abductions and sightings, has all but ceased. Instead, today, with the advent of our technology and science, a new
hypothesis has formed to replace the fairy phenomenon. In enters, the alien abduction phenomenon. It is widespread, but elusive, just like fairy
abductions were. What is more telling, that these two phenomenons are one in the same – is that aliens use the same exact methods that were
purported fairy using. Aliens will paralyze their victims, distort reality and time, and cause the victims to see various strange things to confuse
Today, our perceptions of what the fairy are have been distorted drastically. With the help of such tales like Tinker Bell and the Fairy Godmother,
they have become cuddly cute metaphors that have a benign roll to play with humans. However, such nonsense is just that - nonsense. Fairies, of old,
were not all cute and sweet and filled with good intentions. They were feared, not all of them were good, and certainly not all of them were
So do such musings take away from the alien abduction phenomenon? Quite frankly, I don’t think so. Instead, I think it adds an extra dimension to
the phenomenon. It takes it from a relatively new phenomenon, back to where it belongs – ancient. This phenomenon is not new, or an advent of new
discoveries. It’s as old as time itself. We just forgot to connect the dots, perhaps do to Hollywood’s romantic retelling of what fairies are.
One has to wonder, was that deliberate?
I’ve taken some pictures of my favorite fairy illustration book – Brian Froud’s, “Good Fairies, Bad Fairies Book”, first published in 1998.
Take a gander at these fairies met up in the astral, drawn from personal accounts, and different tales – and you tell me? Same phenomenon – or
Here we have a collection of pixies. The most significant thing about pixies. They are not individuals, but rather exist as a group/collective -
soul/mind. Sound familiar?
I'm sorry that I didn't describe each fairy. If their is a particular fairy you'd like more information on, just let me know. Also, if anyone desires,
I can take more pics of different looking fairy and post up some more fairies. There are many different sorts, in variety and intent.
So some links to pursue at your leisure if you'd like some more information.
Supernatural Abduction: Ufo and Folklore Narratives
Faires and UFO's
From ATS member PerfectPerception
UFO's, Aliens, Folklore & Otherworldly Beings: Is there a Connection
I haven't went into Vallee and other researchers who have also pointed out these connections, but they indeed have made those connections -
repeatedly. The above thread does touch upon those points, and I encourage everyone to check out the thread. It's very good and I enjoyed it.
Also, orbs or willow-o-wisps are very common in fairy folklore from ancient days gone by. Directly linking inexplicable, unidentified lights in the
sky with fairy also.
Now as I go through my books and references about fairies - one specific ET entity seems to be devoid of the fairy realm is Reptilians. I can find
fairies of cat like, insect like, human like, and grey like depiction - but not reptilian like fairies. If anyone can find a reference to such, a
reptilian like fairy, I'd be most interested - as I haven't located it yet.
Has anyone here on ATS had interactions with what they would classify as fairy?
I am very interested in everyone's thoughts, and if in disagreement, why you think the two phenomenon are separate and not related. I look forward to
everyone's thoughts and input, and hope you enjoyed the read and pics!
edit on 15-9-2013 by CirqueDeTruth because: spacing