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The Secret Life Of Fairies

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posted on Oct, 12 2021 @ 07:52 PM
a reply to: jannybobani9

Where would you say the paths between the dimensions of the cardboard box lie?

Well, . . . let's put aside the 'paths' for now. The 'paths' we will get to.

So let's rephrase and simply ask; what lays between the dimensions? (of say inside and outside?)

You tell me : )

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 09:37 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

A surface? Like, a skin?

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 10:19 AM
Hi all,

I am not sure if any of his videos that he does have been posted here...
but a bloke that goes by the name of Erwin Saunders on youtube has some cool footage that he has supposedly shot here in the UK over the years regarding this subject matter.

The description on his YT channel says... Studies of an Etheriological nature around the British Isles

I came across his channel randomly & ended up subscribing.

Ill post a link to his channel here for anyone who is interested.

Sorry for the short post

All the best

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 10:20 AM
a reply to: jannybobani9

Not quite. The surface of a pond for example is between the water and the air.

Looking from above the surface of a pond is a two dimensional object that has width X length and zero thickness.

The wood nymphs flitter across the surface of a pond, nose down bum up in their dragonfly form. They look into the surface of the pond and not the water below.

Like a mirror surface has height and width with zero thickness.

So what is between the inside and outside of the cube?

Nothing, there is no between.

That is the principal of the 'surface'.

Now in the human Being we have a similar thing; rather than the cube; we have an ovoid that is the boundary of self. We have a few actually.

Think of the embryonic sack of the unborn child. That's a physical boundary in the womb. It is discarded at birth, it has to be discarded to be here. The child cannot stay within the embryonic sack. There is another intangiable one that is discarded at about seven years of age when we have the change of teeth, a third at puberty and another at about twenty one years.

One might say the stages of the living child all start with the discarding of a boundary.

We don't discard them all though. We have a boundary of self that separates the inside and the outside. The interior and the exterior. Within that boundary of self is me; my sense of being me. You have your own boundary of self which is you; your sense of being you.

Inside/outside, interior/exterior.

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 11:03 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268
I have video of a small flying light that disappeared into a small Bush, I took the video of something else and I never noticed it till I looked back in it. Also see these type of things a lot out corner of my eye but when I caught it in video I'm like wtf is that.

Do fairies look like little pieces of really fast flying light.

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 08:07 PM
a reply to: DAVG1980

Please get your eyes checked ASAP, it could be a serious condition that makes you go blind. But it can be treated easily.
(Retinal detachment)

So please get it checked immediately.

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 08:12 PM
a reply to: Aldolas

Not retinal detachment if DAVG1980 caught the light on camera. But point taken about organic issues need to be considered.

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 10:11 PM
a reply to: Obsidian303

'day Obsidian303,

Erwin's a bit of a character. His video 'Pottling Around (couple of Pixie sightings)' had a surprise starting at about the 3:50 mark.

Erwin's one of those escentric treasures in this world. : )

edit on 13-10-2021 by NobodySpecial268 because: neatness

posted on Oct, 13 2021 @ 11:53 PM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

So Janny, and everyone else of course, let's continue our walk-through:

The surfaces are important and the reflective surface is the simplest and very practical.

The mirror can be used for scrying, it is said that Nostradamus saw what he saw using a bowl of black ink.

The mirror surface can be a 'window' for scrying.

The mirror surface can also be a 'door'.

In Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, Alice steps through the looking glass into Wonderland. There is a deeper western esoteric story behind Carroll's book. Dark Journalist did some remarkable research into Through The Looking Glass . . , the Reverend Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and a secretive western occult group called The Oracle.

But for now we will just look at the practical side.

My avatar depicts a man behind a looking glass looking at Alice who is in Wonderland. Alice's view is from the other side of the looking glass looking at him. 'Alice' is an actual (deceased) human Being by the way.

(For those people who don't have an ATS account and cannot see member's avatars. You should get an account ; )

So the challenge was for Alice to pass through the looking glass. It took a while to work out.

Within the mirror we see our reflection. In the looking glass we see something else. To change a mirror into a looking glass we stop seeing our own reflection. That is how I would explain the knack of scrying. The mirror is only a tool.

This is what it was like when we achieved it:

Gazing into the mirror, my reflection disappears.
She steps forward and smiles, my love lost so long ago.
Her hands reach up, her palms upon the glass.
Our hands nearly touch.
Then her fingers interlace with mine, then mine with hers.
The boundaries are breached, she pulls herself across and into me.

The Boundaries of Self are our own inbuilt mirrors and looking glasses. The Boundaries work with the laws of optics and therefore also the rules of reflective surfaces. So think mirrors, two way mirrors, windows, lenses, kalidescopes, and scintillations.

One of the challenges is this; ordinarily a three dimensional object cannot pass through a two dimensional surface. The bug and the car windshield principal. That Alice is deceased and not physical bypasses this physics problem. It is the same with the ordinarily intangiable Beings out there. Some can use mirrors from the other side as windows, some can use mirrors as doors.

Now getting back to the Boundary of Self, as I call it. One may say that is our boundary between the sense of being 'me' and the exterior world.

The exterior world has everything that is not 'me'. Cars, cats and dogs, birds, other people, buildings, trees and so on. The exterior world also has the paranormal; the fae, fairies, Jinns, ghosts, ectoplasm, orbs, the dead, ascended masters, and so on

This is an important concept; What is external to ourselves, and what is internal to ourselves.

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posted on Oct, 14 2021 @ 04:44 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

whats it mean if your reflection turns away from you

posted on Oct, 14 2021 @ 05:10 AM
a reply to: penroc3

whats it mean if your reflection turns away from you

(laugh) I have no idea penroc. Can't say I spend any time looking at my reflection . . .

posted on Oct, 15 2021 @ 12:20 AM
a reply to: penroc3

whats it mean if your reflection turns away from you

You've reminded me of an experience when I was a lot younger and doing western occulty stuff with candles and a mirror in a dark room.

My reflection disappeared and was relaced by a succession of bearded men's faces. They would fade into focus and then slowly fade out again and disappear. Then the next would appear in the same way. Dunno what that was about.

(grin) Reminds me of a scene from the movie flying high (or was it Airplane?).

edit on 15-10-2021 by NobodySpecial268 because: typo

posted on Oct, 16 2021 @ 10:56 AM
a reply to: Aldolas
Been seeing things like that for 33 years.

Im a borderline psychopath, but don't fret, I tell the voices what to do.

posted on Dec, 27 2021 @ 10:38 PM
a reply to: jannybobani9

The water in the bowl needs to be dispensed of at a cross road, showing care not to spill it anywhere else, especially in the home.

The "cross road" probably refers to the crossing of ley lines/fairy roads.

One may have to ask a seer or dowser where the cross road is near you.

Modern housing estates don't follow the leys or fairy roads like people a few hundred years ago.

I haven't been present and seen the removal of an areene with the process described. So this is an educated guess; the areene is probably transfered to the bowl of water and plant stem. Then transported to the (fairy) cross roads and released.

The magic procedure can be understood as a catch and release back into the wild.

posted on Dec, 27 2021 @ 11:12 PM
Hi everyone, a merry xmas and all the best for the new year.

Been busy for a month or two looking into what is refered to in western medicine as the "schizophrenia" (in a living female child), and the "dissociative identity disorder" (in a deceased female teenager).

It has been quite the study, and I should put down my field notes here. They are an interesting study in consciousness with a great deal in common with addictions, dreams, spirituality and the world of of the fae.

I will have to take some time to think how to best presernt this logically so other people can put these insights into practice and hopefully develop ways to help people.

edit on 28-12-2021 by NobodySpecial268 because: shpelling mastake

posted on Jan, 3 2022 @ 01:56 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

(Note: the usual disclaimer that this does not constitiute medical advice.)

I've borrowed the terms dissociative identity disorder and schizophrenia from contempoary western psychology. The reason being the terms are in use and most folks know what I am refering to.

So, I think it is appropriate to define these two terms, let's start with;

* Dissociative identity disorder: The term split personality fits what I have seen in a deceased teenage girl. The violent trauma of her death resulted in her personality splitting in two. One was the traumatised girl, and the other did not remember the circumstance of her death.

In this case the trauma resulted in the personalty spilitting into two "branches". "Twins" one might say. I have known the traumatised deceased twin for many years, and only recently found the other twin.

In simple terms; the memory was split in two. Pre-trauma and post-trauma resulting in two personalities, even after death.

There was no sign of other native personalities, nor the presence of foriegn personalities (possession).

* Schizophrenia: The case studied is a living young teenage girl. This case is what is generally called early onset schizophrenia as the visual and auditory hallucinations, along with paranoia started at about the age of eight years.

The difference between the two cases is simple.

In the dissociative identity disorder, the personality was split in two by trauma, and therefore the trauma was causative.

In the schizophrenia, the causative trauma was absent.

Keep in mind that this is two distinctly different cases. Other cases can be complex.

edit on 3-1-2022 by NobodySpecial268 because: enlarged for clarity.

posted on Jan, 6 2022 @ 08:32 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268


So let's have a look into the so-called "schizophrenic" mind. I say "so-called" because the word is only a label created by western psychology to describe something.

The books refer to schizophrenia as hallucinations, voices and paranoia, along with other defining signs. The hallucinations, voices and paranoia I think should be addressed later. This is because there is an underlying phenomenon which is far more important to understand. Especially in the initial consideration of what "schizophrenia" actually is. Along with a few other states of consciousness.

So we may as well begin with a custom definition of the word "mind". The living human mind.

The definition of mind: the sum of waking and sleeping consciousness. No more, no less.

Here is what I base this definition upon:

When I 'look' (perhaps through the eyes of the fairy) at the living human body I see something special; a simple flower form. (pictured below.)

(Alt image text: Pictured are two simple flower forms side by side. Similar to a daisy or sunflower. That is a round centre surrounded by twenty four petals. There are two colours; yellow and green. In the flower on the left the petals are green and the centre is yellow. This is the sleeping person's consciousness. On the right the petals are yellow and the centre is green. This is the awake person's consciousness.)

(img: my own work)

This image illustrates the difference between the two states of consciousness of sleep and being awake.

To wake up, or go to sleep is an inversion of consciousness. - Important!

I have said quite a few times; it is all deceptively simple.

The colours are what I saw, and so is the flower form that reminds me of the sunflower. The number of petals is twenty four. I counted them a few times. Note that the number of petals can vary from person to person, as can the colours. The relative length of the petals to the size of the centre can vary too. With our "patient" I have seen the length of the petals grow.

I can appreciate the similarities with the descriptions of the chakrum as flower forms, usually described as a lotus flower. In the chakrum context, the colours are suggestive of the heart and solar plexus chakrum. So a possible explanation of what occurs when we go to sleep and wake up is an inversion of consciousness between the solar plexus and the heart chakrum. This is speculative on my part really.

Now in the schizophrenic child, there is a blending of colours accross the boundary between flower centre and petals.

This blending was also present in the waking and sleeping consciousness. The child did not properly wake up in the morning.

With work upon getting the child to wake up properly, there was seen a corresponding lessening of the blending seen in the flower form. When we achieved a clean awakening in the morning there was a corresponding defined boundary seen in the flower form between centre and petals.

Of interest here, there was also a lack of linear time awareness in the child. The child frequently lost track of time. That was addressed within the sleeping consciousness, and there was a corresponding addition of the colour blue within the flower form. When ever I encounter "linear time" it is a blue colour.

I will leave this at this point here for a few days, and then continue. It should be noted that this study was over five weeks of full time work.

As always; feel free to ask questions of what I have described so far.

edit on 6-1-2022 by NobodySpecial268 because: neatness and typos

posted on Jan, 8 2022 @ 12:00 AM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

So, let's continue our study.

In the practical sense; the inversion of consciousness from awake to asleep, and from asleep to awake, is the basis of understanding the "schizophrenic mind" (of the child).

If the asleep mind intrudes into the awking mind, it is akin to saying the subconscious mind is manefesting in waking life.

Where do dreams arise from?

Well that would be the subconscious mind.

So let's rephrase my statement above:

If the asleep mind intrudes into the awking mind, this is akin to saying dreams are manefesting in waking life.

Get it?

The dreamstate is still lingering when we wake up; a partial inversion of consciousness between awake and asleep.

So we can understand that the dreamstate can be said to be persistant and therefore intrusive into the waking consciousness.

It really is deceptively simple.

So to recap:

* Understand the principal of; the inversion of consciuousness between awake and asleep.
* Understand that the dreamstate can persist into the waking consciousness.

In simple practical terms;

* The schizophrenic mind is dreaming while awake.
* The dreamstate is akin to an over-lay on "reality".


If we can understand these two principals we can understand what is happening to the schizophrenic child. We can also consider what to do about it in the esoteric/metaphysical sense.

The challenge is to correct the inversion of consciousness so there is a defined shift between asleep and awake. We want the dreams to end and fade away every morning. That is the challenge.

Where to now?

Well that would be to spend some time within the schizophrenic mind.

edit on 8-1-2022 by NobodySpecial268 because: typo and clarity

posted on Jan, 8 2022 @ 07:44 PM
a reply to: NobodySpecial268

continued . . .

From my post above:

In simple practical terms;

* The schizophrenic mind is dreaming while awake.
* The dreamstate is akin to an over-lay on "reality".

Let's rephrase:

In simple practical terms;

* The mind can dream while awake.
* The dreamstate is an over-lay on "reality".

The first line; The mind can dream while awake.

We can apply this statement to a great many other things then just the schizophrenia. We can also apply the statement to seeing in general when all is said and done. So too the spiritual states and visions. We may as well include the hallucinogenic states of the plants popular in the 1960s and the shamanic rituals.

Therefore; The mind can dream while awake and dreamscape is an over-lay on "reality".

Simple really.

However, in the so-called "schizophrenic" the person is not in control of the mind, other things are in control of the mind. We can also say this is true in the halucinogenic state bought on by the plants.

It is all about control of the mind. In practical terms; Whether or not we are in control of our own mind is the only difference really.

edit on 8-1-2022 by NobodySpecial268 because: clarity

posted on Jan, 8 2022 @ 10:07 PM
continued . . .

Generally when we wake up in the morning our dreams fade and are forgotten. we look towards what we have to do for the day; go to work, go to school, go fishing. We can say that our dreams are temporary.

In practical terms we can say that the schizophrenic does not completely wake up and the dreamstate endures. That the dreamstate is persistant into waking life as an overlay.

Therefore dreams can be persistant. Important!

So let's have a peek into my initial encounter within the schozophrenic mind of a human child. The dreamscape of the child.

The dreamscape is very much a dark suburban streetscape. A few streetlights illuminate the scene and the rest is in darkness. To the left is a cowering frightened child. So we wait to see what happens within this child's dream. We leave the child alone and do not interfere. A this point we are the observer and nothing more.

To the right a man enters the dream. We watch him as the observer. At this point neither the child (dreamer) nor the man notice us as far as we can tell. We are still the observer within the girl's dream.

The man is searching for something. He is moving quickly and with some determination.

Then he sees the girl (dreamer), and immediately moves towards her.

As the observer, we have determined the girl is frightened and doing her best to not be noticed.

The man is looking for the girl and has found her.

It is not hard to determin that the man is quite likely the reason the girl (dreamer) is scared.

Therefore we can determine the man is dangerous, at least to the girl.

As the observer, we could do nothing. We could watch what the man does to the girl.

Or we can choose to intervein. Personally I don't like the idea of watching a girl get terrorised and not doing anything about it when I can.

So we intervien. We grab hold of the man by the throat violently, afterall he, in all probability, intended violence.

However, we find that the man is startled more than anything. Then we realise the man is probably a projection. He is probably another dreamer, astral traveler or even a deceased person who has accessed the child's dream. It is also clear that the girl (dreamer) did not create him, this man, like myself is not native to the dream, he is an intruder as am I.

So we have to find the source of the intrusion. It does not really matter if the man is a deceased person or a living person who is projecting or dreaming. He should not be there if his intentions are to harm.

What we want is to convince him to leave the child (dreamer) alone and not come back. I chose to terrorise him convincingly.

We then return to being the observer.

Nothing more happens, so we leave the dream.


The point of this is to illustrate that dreams can be shared and interactive.

Therefore: persistant shared interactive dreams.

What was achieved:

* The girl (dreamer) learned that something can intervien on her behalf.
* The man (intruder) learned that something can harm him on her behalf.

We did not interact with the girl at all. Not before nor after the attack. This is important.

She is frightened and probably very suspicious of everything that she encounters in the dreamstate. We would be no exception and would probably be seen as a threat.

So the principal here is not to act directly upon the dreamer. We are not here to "save" or "cure" her.

At this stage in the process we are only hereto clean up the dreamscape. To make it a safer, and a far more pleasant place to be within.

The analogy here is we are here to clean up a child's room. We are just cleaning up around her and nothing more.

What we want to do in the initial stage is to turn the nightmare into a pleasent dream. The rest comes later.

edit on 8-1-2022 by NobodySpecial268 because: neatness

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