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The Secret Life Of Fairies

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posted on May, 3 2021 @ 03:19 AM
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a reply to: Terpene

im pretty sure when we die we might just really wake up and realize this life here was just a training ground

like the movie Vanilla Sky but natural



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 03:25 AM
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a reply to: penroc3

Funny i thought of it the otherway arround...that this is the challenge and inbetween we train



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 05:31 AM
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a reply to: Baddogma

'day BD, and you're welcome.



Just wanted to say "thanks, this is interesting" and that the view of the afterlife as exactly the same as life just with less physical maintenance is ... well, just IS, I suppose. There is a little existential terror, though, for me.


I notice a few subtle differences. The afterlife folks cannot have children of their own. Nor the family that goes with children in the house. The wonder of 'first love, first broken heart' can only ever be done once over there. That automatically happens every time we come here.

I'll give here a quick description of a generic occasion. I have mentioned this before somewhere or other on ATS.

When my mother passed away from old age, I saw her again two days later. She was sitting up in a bed excitedly everyone there how she was a star in the ballet. She looked all of sixteen years old.

I was observing from a short distance away from the foot of the bed. She looked at me with a question on her face. She thought she should know me, yet did not remember who I was.

Now she was a soloist in the Ballet Company at sixteen. That was the desire that bought her to this life. That was obvious.

I wasn't born until a few years later. That is the reason why she did not recognize me.

What was interesting was who was beside her. The people beside her were the ones who doted on her in life. Even more interesting was who was not beside her.

I watched for a while and left. Then kept an eye on her now and again for the next few weeks in the afterlife. What she was doing was visiting places and people as her memories of life returned.

The order of memory return is important. The emotional importance of occasions in descending order is what it was. Births, deaths, marriages, children, achievements, that sort of thing.

I would think that is probably a generic Anglo-Saxon occasion.



I can see why folks wish for an afterlife with a kindly father figure, cool golden cities with rent free mansions and happening club scenes, as sitting around at one's death site seems bleak... sort of like working the counter at a rural gas station for eternity, but worse.


"Bleak" is how I felt for her too. That and not liking the tourism and commerce folks cashing in on her misfortune. They have lost two tourist draws in just over a month,

. . . and I pass through there regularly.

The girl grows up in a country town, a man fills her with promises. She was looking forward to leaving the boring country life, that was her strongest desire, and probably the happiest thing to happen to her in life. Someone said they will take her away.

So the thing to do was to show her the opportunities elsewhere, and then give her some time.

The young lady in question was looking over my shoulder the other night and read what I wrote. She did not know and put two and two together. Hugs for me and I got fussed over for the evening. Good things do happen.

On a more generic level, this is the desire world as the Buddhists say. A desire is what brought us here. Eventually afterlife folks will get bored and if a desire within germinates, they will be back. This world is all about desire.



suppose if one cannot imagine a different scenario then they stay at the familiar? It might be important to develop an imagination for afterlife states... or is there an organization that helps with training and post death placement? Are we all just on our own in the void... limited by our dreams, or lack thereof? Brrrrr.


I doubt one has to imagine anything in particular. I'm fairly sure the generic process just happens to everyone depending on cultural influences.

My focus is on; when things go really bad for a certain demographic.

Here's another example.

Rudolph Steiner's Anthroposophy speaks of the Dweller On The Threshold. Basically you are met by an imposing figure that escorts you through a "life review". Steiner said you relive the life in reverse. The guided process taking about a third of the lifetime to achieve. What Steiner meant by the word "reverse" was that one lives the life from the point of view of those you interacted with in life. The other side of the experience.

I met one of those Dwellers. He rudely came to claim one of my girls. She didn't want anything to do with him and I told him to impolitely "go away". He did.

If one studies and reads Anthroposophy sincerely, one will probably end up meeting the Dweller when one dies. The Dweller is not imagination. The Dwellers are a part of Rudolph Steiner's philosophy and they are, as far as I can tell, (deceased) Anthroposophists who have taken that role upon themselves. It is an education thing apparently.

There is probably a building in the "city" with "Anthroposophy" written over the doorway.

That is like the Anubiss of old Egypt, educated people who in life and in the afterlife help out the dead (and deal with the problem folks).

From what I have seen and understood, Anubiss do things differently to the Dwellers. The Anubis's methods are strikingly similar to Buddhism. So much so I suspect both old Egypt and Buddhism have common roots.

Another variation is how I look after these (deceased) kids. I take them to one of those fairy glens below ground in the folklore. Those places are where you find the Fields of Flowers from Greek mythology. The older kids look after the young ones and the fae watch over them all for me.

It is within the Fields of Flowers that one can find the Garden of Sorrow and Regret.

The flowers that grow in the Garden of Sorrow and Regret draw those two emotions to the surface. In there I see a grey mist, the rain is black. The girls simply say "It is horrible". I'm a grown man and the tears don't stop when you're holding a girl's hand in there.

The common problem is these (deceased) kids are traumatized and need special care. That they are the favorites of fairies complicates things further. Yet that brings in a lot of additional help from the fae.

The idea is to get them emotionally functioning again, and able to genuinely smile occasionally. To eventually have a life again if they choose.

Basically BD, most folks get through it okay. There's a few kids who fall through the cracks. A (deceased) seer friend spends her afterlife visiting folks on their deathbed and making sure things go well. I see quite a few of those people going about their business unseen.


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posted on May, 3 2021 @ 06:12 AM
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Thank you for making this thread....I didn't believe in Fairies until recently. I'm interested to learn more.



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 06:14 AM
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a reply to: HarryJoy

'day HarryJoy, Hang around and I hope you enjoy the thread.



I didn't believe in Fairies until recently.


Something change your mind?



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 04:30 PM
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a reply to: Terpene

First off, I'm glad you have a darker green in your avatar to help differentiate us ... I was worried that I had over-posted in this thread until I read a little closer.

Secondly, as to



There are plenty of institutions that "help" you to move safely into their respective afterlife, but i don't trust them. There seems to be a certain dynamic interaction between the two worlds that seems to be kept as a tightly guarded secret..


I have run into that narrative about certain post death communications being "restricted" by some organization or authority, but place such things in the " either I'll know when (if) I croak ... or not at all" file.

I'm still leaning towards life being a fever dream by some poor void spawned, insane emergent consciousness.



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 05:10 PM
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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: Terpene

First off, I'm glad you have a darker green in your avatar to help differentiate us ... I was worried that I had over-posted in this thread until I read a little closer.

Secondly, as to



There are plenty of institutions that "help" you to move safely into their respective afterlife, but i don't trust them. There seems to be a certain dynamic interaction between the two worlds that seems to be kept as a tightly guarded secret..


I have run into that narrative about certain post death communications being "restricted" by some organization or authority, but place such things in the " either I'll know when (if) I croak ... or not at all" file.

I'm still leaning towards life being a fever dream by some poor void spawned, insane emergent consciousness.



The secrecy seems to be a human thing. The fae just show you.



posted on May, 3 2021 @ 11:44 PM
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a reply to: Baddogma


some poor void spawned, insane emergent consciousness.


Guilty as charged



posted on May, 4 2021 @ 04:58 AM
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The common problem is these (deceased) kids are traumatized and need special care. That they are the favorites of fairies complicates things further. Yet that brings in a lot of additional help from the fae.


This interested me. Did the fae come to favor the traumatized or were they beings that evolved or emerged into creation as a result of trauma in humans? i.e. like an immune system for the human spirit.

Fascinating thread, thank you!

P.S. May be out of left field but compelled to ask you about being attracted to old trees?



posted on May, 4 2021 @ 06:31 AM
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a reply to: howmuchisthedoggy

'day howmuchisthedoggy, thanks for the feed back and you're welcome.



This interested me. Did the fae come to favor the traumatized . . .


No, not a compassionate origin. That would suggest the trauma as causation for compassion.



or were they beings that evolved or emerged into creation as a result of trauma in humans?


No, not that either.

When I write of "traumatized girls", I am referring to a defined demographic of female humans generally between the ages of seven years and twenty years of age.

These girls all have something in common. They have a very close relationship with a fairy.

The trauma is caused by torture and killing by authorities who disapprove of these relationships between fairy and human.

The church's inquisitions and trials of medieval times are an example. But it goes back a lot further in history then the last one thousand years.

The idea behind the torture and killing is to destroy existing relationships, and prevent relationships forming in the future. The fairy knows that approaching a human girl will result in the child being tortured and killed.

Those children are too traumatized to live in this world again. Torture and killing is a very effective form of spiritual genocide.

I've found LOTS of these (deceased) kids over the years.



P.S. May be out of left field but compelled to ask you about being attracted to old trees?


Older trees have a well developed spirit of their own. Plus trees are containers for other Beings. You could almost call trees "doorways". One can put the palm of the hand against a tree, close the eyes and listen. You might be surprised what comes out to meet you.

Watch for odd faces in the patterns of the bark. Modern folks call that pareidolia. Sometimes it is, sometimes it isn't. Sometimes the fairies doodle. I call it expressions of faun.

Edit to add.

I live in Australia and one time a mate and I walked into the wandoo forest east of Perth. We both stopped at a point and wondered why. Then out of the trees stepped all these old warriors with white beards and spears. One warrior for every mature tree. We turned around and walked out of there. Nowadays I don't wander into the bush without reason, and if need be I get permission.


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While I think of it.

Pay attention to the specie of tree, an oak in Australia will link back to Britain. A Eucalypt (Aussie tree) will link back to Aussie. Though just a rule of thumb. British fae can use an Australian tree here in Australia if need be.

One can get around that way.


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posted on May, 4 2021 @ 08:50 AM
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Hmmm. I probably should write upon the subject of spiritual genocide in more detail. Especially since the practice relates directly to the fairy folk and how they interact with humanity historically.

The Science of Spiritual Genocide is rather simple really.


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posted on May, 4 2021 @ 01:23 PM
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a reply to: NobodySpecial268

I hope you don't mind me asking some random questions as they emerge...

Why is it we don't remember the world of fae when born here?
Why, when, and how is that memory locked away?



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 03:24 AM
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a reply to: Terpene




I hope you don't mind me asking some random questions as they emerge...


No worries, get's me looking in places I don't normally go.




Why is it we don't remember the world of fae when born here?
Why, when, and how is that memory locked away?


Dunno Terps, the memory limit is just there is all I understand. Everyone seems to work around it.

I did wonder about the question aloud today. The idea of being born without any memories was considered; "reckless".

On the ideas that ran through my head that there must be some altruistic concept of "learning life lessons".

"Why would I do that when I can just take from you?" --woman in green.



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 05:57 AM
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a reply to: NobodySpecial268

everything transitions just fine only with the memories seem to have some hick ups... Not that we loose the memory but it is blocked, and when we die there is something going on with the memories too...

It seems to hold something detrimental to the whole dynamic, otherwise i guess it would be an individual decision.

Who is the woman in green?



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 06:43 AM
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Who is the woman in green?


Explained earlier in thread.



everything transitions just fine only with the memories seem to have some hick ups... Not that we loose the memory but it is blocked, and when we die there is something going on with the memories too...

It seems to hold something detrimental to the whole dynamic, otherwise i guess it would be an individual decision.


"transitions" = dies?

I mentioned an observation on memories after dying earlier.

The (deceased human) girls got their 'other' memories back when the traumas were dealt with properly. Then the two memory sets of 'life' and 'before' were remembered without trouble.



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 07:13 AM
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Explained earlier in thread.

must have missed it sorry....


it is considered death here yes.... but is it considered death when one leafs the fae world to be born here,
if so yes
transition=dies does apply.


could it be... that the memories can not remain linear because the world of fae does not run in linear time... the mind could not process it in any way...

so it might be more of a patch or workaround for the non linear time, to have at least a resemblance of memories...



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 07:22 AM
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because the world of fae does not run in linear time


Oh really?

Edit: Try not to overthink things.

In practice, the fae and (deceased) kids interact with me like normal, I interact with them like normal. That does not need 'quantum time theory' to do.









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posted on May, 5 2021 @ 08:21 AM
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my sister her whole early life had an 'imaginary' friend called Frida Green, she even moved houses when we moved and she moved in to the cherry blossom trees


she could see her and talk to her untill she was about 6 and she told my sister one day that she had to leave and that was the end of miss green



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 08:29 AM
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Happens a lot aye, the invisible friends. One of my kids had them when little. We lived on a farm in the middle of nowhere.

Sister lonely as a kid?

There is an idea that loneliness is a loud emotion that is heard and someone comes to investigate.



posted on May, 5 2021 @ 08:51 AM
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we were country kids and very close, and we had good parents and a nice house with no abuse or anything like it.


I still remember the day we moved into the new house when my sister announced that Frida had moved into the pink flower tree.(I always found it spooky, she would talk up into the trees when ever she walked by them).

we also went to daycare everyday after school for like 2 hours until our parents were done with work, so I would say not lonely but quite



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