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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:06:13 No.11724963

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Does /x/ know anything about fairies? Please share your knowledge


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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:10:22 No.11725002
arent they fighting for the right to marry?

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Kaiser 2013-01-02 01:11:26 No.11725013
skellingtons don't real op

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:13:34 No.11725034
>share your knowledge
Yes, because I am going to sit here and continue to type for 3 days straight. If you have a question, ask it, if you don't Google it, motherfucker.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:13:47 No.11725035
I know that you don't really want to know too much about them because they will fuck your shit up.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:15:42 No.11725054
>>11725035
Not to sound like a retarded Wiccan, but like people it really depends on who you are talking to. A lot of people are just assholes, some aren't so much.
>implying absolutes

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:17:28 No.11725068
>>11724963
Fairies are evil, mischievous entities op

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:18:43 No.11725084
Human-fairy hybrids exist. They tend to be in the average height range for humans, have pointed ears, tend to have denser bones, and have a heightened level of intelligence.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:19:17 No.11725093
>>11725054
It's still best not to seek them out if you like having eyes.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:19:36 No.11725096
>>11725084

below-average to average height range**

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:20:53 No.11725109
>>11725084

>this guy

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:21:46 No.11725119
>>11725096
funny because many fairies are human size or bigger

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:22:20 No.11725125
You're a fairy, OP.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:23:50 No.11725133
>>11725119

[citation needed]

In nearly all European folklore, fairies are much smaller than humans.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:26:04 No.11725150
>>11725133
[citation needed]
In modern folklore, sure, in older stories not so much. You also have to remember that Europe is a pretty big place with many different cultures and folklore.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:27:42 No.11725157
>>11725150

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairy

Pretty much everything here.

Also,

>modern folklore

lol'd

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:29:17 No.11725170
how can one find a fairy to make me their sex slave so that I can produce super intelligent progeny with pointed ears like >>11725084 mentioned

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:30:06 No.11725173
>>11725133
books, and even wikipedia.
here's one http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/34853

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:30:41 No.11725176
also is it true that fey use corgis as mounts?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:31:13 No.11725181
OP, there is a magnificent documentary on Youtube about Icelandic folklore. They believe heavily in fairies, to the extent where it is reason to deny planning permission.

I live in Ireland myself, and we had as strong a belief as the Icelandic a few decades ago. There are still trees standing lone in a field which the farmers will not chop down, because "the fairies live there."

The most popular story is of course the banshee (bean sí), and a lot of place names, including my village, are taken from Irish fairy lore.

Anyway, here's the Iceland docu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRjatXe5bis

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:34:08 No.11725193
>>11725170

They're not "super intelligent." A regular human can very well be as (if not more) intelligent than a fairy-human. The average IQ (if intelligence must be quantified) just tends to be higher among hybrids.

In the case of my family, our "fairy heritage" comes from about 500 years ago in a village in rural England. Fairies happened to live in and around a small village, and a human female ancestor of mine was courted by and married a male fairy.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:38:27 No.11725217
>>11725193
I live in florida, are there any here and how do I get one to fuck me and make hybrid babies

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:42:46 No.11725245

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Jesus Christ the fagotry in this thread is unbelievable

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:42:56 No.11725246
>>11725217

Not sure. I've never come into contact with any hybrid fairies other than those in my family, and there's no "fairy network" out there that I'm aware of. I've yet to meet a full fairy.

Your best bet would be to find a hybrid fairy and attempt to seduce him/her. You still require social skills, though. Fairies aren't free sex tickets or anything (unless you find a promiscuous one).

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 01:52:05 No.11725301
>>11725084
nope

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:00:48 No.11725353
>>11725246
Show us your pointed ears.

And don't give us that shit that it's a recessive trait that's been bred out of you or something.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:20:44 No.11725459
op is a fairy.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:26:13 No.11725505
mean little f*krs

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:30:10 No.11725524

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>>11725353

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:35:42 No.11725563
>>11725524
n1

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:36:34 No.11725565
>>11725524
So you had that stupid surgery. Okay.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:43:23 No.11725607
>>11725565

Yeah, because that's the next logical conclusion.

>ask for proof
>receive proof
>hurdurr surgery

I literally don't know how to prove that I haven't had a surgery (besides the fact that I look like I'm about 12, and nobody in his or her right mind would give somebody who looks like a twelve year-old plastic surgery).

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 02:58:04 No.11725721
>>11725607

Ah, well, there's also the fact that human-fairies generally either only have one extremely pointed ear and one human-seeming ear, or two slightly pointed ears. My phenotype expresses the former rather than the latter.

Given the fact that I'm walking around with one pointed ear and one round ear, I couldn't have had the surgery, as the surgery alters both ears.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 06:50:54 No.11727376
>>11725035 yeah, don't fuck with them, my ex lost his mind because of them. I used to duck around trying to find them when I was ten and even now I still see them every once in a while. You know you've seen one if looking directly at it hurts your teeth like chewing on tin foil.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 06:59:40 No.11727450
>>11725721
Not if you only get one ear done.

Genetics, however, would affect both ears the same, unless you're a chimera formed from two fertilized eggs.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:02:47 No.11727481
>>11727376
tell us more?

anyone got any stories?

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Rhea 2013-01-02 07:10:08 No.11727563
Do not. Fuck. With the Fae.

That is all you need to know.

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Bane 2013-01-02 07:15:52 No.11727624
>>11727563
Go on.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:23:44 No.11727700
>>11727376
wait, have you told the story of this before? i dont remember much of it, and it may not have been you. but there was an experience with a changeling and something about 'loose lips sink ships' which is really the most detailed thing i can remember.... unfortunately i dont think the thread was archived, and ive never come across what was told again. i'm starting to think i imagined it...

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:28:55 No.11727734
>>11727563
>Fae

It depends really, Some of them are really nice! I almost pissed on a fairy door in the woods and randomly some guy appears and is just starring at me about to piss. It really freaked me out. Talked to him about the fairys and left a crystal there for them

To this day i still think the dude was some nature spirit

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:30:56 No.11727749
>>11727734
wat?
tell more

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:42:31 No.11727833
Don't FUCK with the fae theres a good reason there is so many stories about them. Luckily their alot less active in modern times.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:49:46 No.11727881
You guys are so gay. Just tell us what happens when you fuck with the faeries already. This is the Internet, there are no faeries in here, only faggots.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:53:19 No.11727903
>>11727376
It did exist anon, that was me. I'm on my phone right now, so I can't really post a lot of text, but I try to hit most of the fairy threads because people are so naiive about them.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:54:54 No.11727917
>>11727881
read the stories gives u a rough idea of whats likely to happen. Unless there is an anon with actual experience whose willing to share you will not likely find much better.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 07:58:09 No.11727940
>>11727700
By the way I'm back in the city where the ex lives and from what I've heard from a friend I ran into, he's still babbling about fairies. It's been a while since I saw the watcher though, so maybe I've ceased being an object of interest to them. I don't know though because coming home has sure put me on edge.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:01:03 No.11727965
meh I wish I knew more about fey then I do could find out more. But from what I have determined the fae are well no longer nearly as active as they once were which makes me wonder why?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:08:54 No.11728005
>>11727965
What do you want to know? I'll answer to the best of my ability.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:09:43 No.11728012
>>11728005
Why are the fae not as active as they once were?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:12:13 No.11728023
>>11727903
i made a few of them from time to time asking about it, but i could never get any useful replies so i gave up hope.might you make a thread on /x/ when you get access to a computer? i found it really interesting, but i did heed your warning as well. /x/ could use some new OC (it was one of my favourite things i've read here), and it might discourage a few believers from messing with this stuff...

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:16:16 No.11728049
>>11727940
oh. im sorry about that. i hope you're doing okay.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:19:48 No.11728062
>>11728012
They're still active, but no one knows how to see them anymore. I'm pretty sure things have been harder since the industrial revolution because of the massive amount of iron in populated areas though. Even alloys bug them on varying levels dependant on iron content. If a horseshoe can keep em away, what about a massive steel car? Only the strong ass ones live really close to people any more, but they're capable of glamour so not many people notice much except that someone has creepy "vibes" unless they're Sighted. Then the tinfoil-teeth feeling comes in. The stronger the feeling, the stronger the fae is.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:21:13 No.11728072
>>11724963
They eat your dreams.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:22:58 No.11728086
>>11728062
huh well that explains alot. Looks like I am gonna have to look into them after all. Any tips on spotting them/getting and remaining on their good side.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:24:02 No.11728094
Fairies are a folklore conception of the elemental beings of the air element, more correctly known as sylphs.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:26:23 No.11728106
>>11728062
by the way... is it possible for someone to be a changeling (or even fae or pixie, but most likely changeling) without knowing directly?

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kale 2013-01-02 08:27:16 No.11728115
>>11728023
Well I'm home on con leave from the Air Force, stuck in med hold with a broken hip, got a couple more months till I get out of BMT, but once I get my laptop I can definitely write the whole thing up. If you want any info on anything else while I'm here, I can answer questions and such and tell an anecdote or two, but the whole story is going to be like 5 posts long or longer so I don't want to tell it all from my phone.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:29:45 No.11728126
>>11728115
thank you. that would make me so happy. i hope i see the thread... if im lucky /x/ will have enough sense to archive it this time.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:32:21 No.11728143
>>11728115
YES oc especially awesome considering its fey that tends to be some of the rarest.

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kale 2013-01-02 08:32:35 No.11728147
>>11728062
If you see one, DO NOT TALK TO IT. Seriously, just don't. It's a bad idea all around. As for finding one, what area do you live? Raves are good places if you're in the city, otherwise look for pockets of wildland in rural areas. When I lived in the country they were in a wild plum thicket in the back of our property.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:33:44 No.11728152
They knock at your window and ask you to let them come in.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:36:37 No.11728166
>>11728147
what happens if you do talk to it?
if you do see one, will you be safe if you just pretend like you didnt?
what if you start talking to one and then realize mid conversation or something?

...about the changelings?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:37:37 No.11728169

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:37:57 No.11728171
>>11728147
heh I think I actually met one in the wilderness on a small rock I picked up a while back. So how fucked am I as now I am worried.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:40:16 No.11728181
>>11728106
I suppose so, I've heard of them forgetting before, but you'd have to be seriously weird. Like salt and metal and such would at least irritate your skin pretty badly and you'd have to have a fucked up sense of right and wrong and fucked up emotions and just all around disjointed and wrong. Like wrong to the point of making normal people uneasy before they even meet you.

There's a reason people used to kill so many changelings, almost anyone can guess what they are if they know how to look.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:44:24 No.11728203
>>11728171
the fey in question was friendly and surprisingly talkative and was about 3inches tall wearing an emerald dress. Hair was green as well eyes a bright piercing blue.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:49:19 No.11728229
>>11728181
what about pixies or fairies? are pixies real too, by the by?

i don't know man. everything sounds pretty much right except for the fact theres no irritation with the skin. the uneasiness thing used to happen a lot, but eventually this person seemed to learn to become charming or some such thing. most people seem to like them now, but often comment on how they seem like a fucking pixie or something. also, when they were a child apparently they always strongly believed they were in the wrong family and their real parents were fae, like to the point of sabotaging their parents/trying to hurt them and keep them away, and telling their sibling of this with absolute certainty. also, their parents used to try to hurt them as a child for no real reason, they just fucking hated them/

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:50:26 No.11728236
>>11728229
though i guess that sounds more like some kind of PTSD

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:50:59 No.11728241
>>11725170
in iceland. you go out to wilderness places and if the elves like you, they will approach you and make sexy times.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:51:01 No.11728242
are fae afraid of demons?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:51:30 No.11728247
>>11728166
Well, if they know you can See them you become an object of interest to them. You don't want that, they might begin to mess with you and you can have your grasp on reality loosened. Some don't like to be seen and may blind you for the insult, others might go after friends. You could start seeing them more and more often but not enough to confirm, you could have nightmares, they may take you god knows where and do whatever they please. If you realize mid conversation, act like you don't and don't get caught staring.

Personally, I've always been able to "feel" people slightly, but after dicking around with them it got so strong to the point where it became uncomfortable to have skin to skin contact for a while. It's manageable now, thankfully.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:54:16 No.11728256
>>11728247
noted, thanks a lot.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:55:06 No.11728261
>>11728242
and what of magic, spirituality, religion, etc?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:56:50 No.11728273
>>11728247
in that case I fucked up shit if I knew the tiny talkative thing was a fey I would of acted differently.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:57:09 No.11728274
>>11728181
Maybe. The skin thing is pretty important though unless they had some kind of protection, I'd have to meet the person to be sure though. Just be careful around them, they always go home at some point or they die.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 08:59:50 No.11728287
>>11728274
where is home for them? how do fae stay in our reality? or do they flit back and forth? (sorry for so many questions. its not often you get information as good as yours)

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:01:25 No.11728295
>>11728274
and is it possible for them to build up an immunity to that stuff? does it work for protection all of the time?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:01:25 No.11728296
>>11728242
I don't know that one, I always though demons were the church's label for the fae, they're close in description to some fairies.

As for religion, I only know they're polytheistic.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:02:47 No.11728303
>>11728296
i'm not talking about typical religion only.
magick and belief?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:03:54 No.11728309
>>11728303
oh, and what would they do to the already mad? or someone that lives in their own world almost entirely? i'll stop asking new questions now. sorry, its probably quite draining./

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:04:13 No.11728312
>>11728242
heh I actually know this one. Yes and no some types are bff others hate each other. Really it depends on the individual fae and demon.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:05:10 No.11728317
>>11728312
That and how powerful they are compared to each other. Forgot to add that.

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Berry 2013-01-02 09:05:30 No.11728320
>>11724963

Fairies aren't real.

/thread

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:06:14 No.11728324
>>11728181
>fucked up sense of right and wrong and fucked up emotions and just all around disjointed and wrong
Heh, I have that shit all the time and I don't believe in fake ass fairies.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:06:27 No.11728326
>>11728320

lol I forgot to remove le berry trip

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:06:48 No.11728332
>>11728320
shut the fuck up. this is some good OC in here. this is /x/ - paranormal, damn it.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:08:38 No.11728342
>>11728324
>>11728320
no one cares about your beliefs. lots of people come to /x/ for stories. stop ruining this board for everyone. when theres good content, you don't question it too much. no one here is asking you to believe.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:09:51 No.11728354
>>11728203
bumpan for help need to know how badly I fucked up. Some more info we took the rock inexchange for fae taking a conversation. all I can remember was it was pleasent the fact I cant remember it at all means it meant it litterally. Huh never realized that how valuable is something like that anyway.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:13:43 No.11728378
how do i become a fairy

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:13:51 No.11728379
>>11728354
i dont think you're in trouble unless you got bad vibes. dont stress too much. sounds sorta different from the malicious fae were being warned about/

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:14:18 No.11728383
>>11728354 depending on how long ago it was, if you have not noticed anything, you may have gotten lucky.

>>11728287
The misty forest is the border, I've dreamed of it often since I've dealt with them, and I know they have a separate world but they like to come here because mortality fascinates them. People try so hard to make their mark on the world before they die and it's a novel concept to fae because they live until someone kills them. Art fascinates them too, because they myth that they can't create it is true, turns out our mortality is what gives us the ability to create true art. They can make pretty things, but it's empty beauty. It's too perfect. That's why fae blessed artists die so young, because they are literally pouring their lives into their work.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:14:29 No.11728384
>>11728378

be a camp homosexual

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:16:25 No.11728400
>>11728383
fae blessed artists? like who? im interested in this... how would one become blessed?
and is this about art and mortality true about changelings? person i was talking about can make art, but does have a complex about killing themselves and thats the only way they'll allow themselves to die...

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:17:13 No.11728402
>>11728400
and is it possible for humanity to rub off on these creatures? do they look very different to normal people?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:18:51 No.11728410
>>11728309
I don't know, they might just watch or take them as a plaything. Hell, they may even fix them, if they get the whim to. They mostly do stuff to see what happens, they like to watch us.

Also, I don't mind answering questions. The fae are a huge interest of mine and I have collected a ton of info on them. It's just hard to post because touchscreen keyboards fucking blow.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:20:31 No.11728416
>>11728410
person i was talking about is very interested in humanity in exactly that way... but they do miss quite a few traits i guess...

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:37:03 No.11728506
>>11728402
They look like people when they want to, but something will always be off. You always get creepy vibes from them, or sense something unearthly, they just don't quite fit.

As for the artists, my phone hates capcha so here:

Maybe they've got fae blood, partials a re pretty fucked up. I've somewhat wondered if I have a drop or two in my bloodline, my mother's side is black Irish and all kind of sickly and fucked emotionally. Not to mention the Sight tends to run in families.

As far as the artists, most of the time they're pretty depressed and create amazing things. Sometimes I wonder if the 27 club had fae involvement, it has fairy plastered all over it, possibly even the same fae every time. I'm 90% sure Lovecraft, and Poe were fae blessed. Yeats for sure. Sometimes they get a choice, without knowing the consequences, the fae in question may ask them to be a lover in return for the talent without telling them where that talent comes from. Other times they'll feel compelled to make art, and get so wrapped up in it they forget to eat or sleep and have a mad manic energy toward it. Most of the amazing street musicians are fey blessed, and you can tell when you read a fey blessed author. It always flows well, same with paintings and other visual art.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:41:11 No.11728523
>>11728506
oh holyfuck this sounds exactly correct.
another thing is that this person has been called a demon or a fae/pixie/nymph/changeling numerous times by multiple people. sometimes affectionately, sometimes cursingly. anything to this?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:43:30 No.11728530
>>11728506
and what about when they dont want to? what will they look like then?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:51:58 No.11728553
>>11728530
Depends on the fairy. Some are pretty, some are monsters. They are almost all bipedal and somewhat humanoid. They're all distorted though, and make your teeth hurt to See them.

>>11728523
Maybe, I can't say for sure if I haven't met them, but trust your gut, it's usually right. Like I said they could just have fey blood, partials are a mixed bag on what traits they have and don't. It also depends on how many generations removed they are. I wouldn't put it past them to bug a family with fairy blood and add more fae to the bloodline generations later.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 09:56:13 No.11728575
>>11728553
yes. sounds like fae blood, is what i mean.

anyway, thank you, this has been interesting. when should we expect you back with the story?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:09:19 No.11728632
>>11728575
It might be a couple months. Like I said, I am stuck in Medhold hell for a busted hip so I won't have my comp for at least another month. I just happen to be on con leave right now, so I have my phone. I'd borrow a sibling's computer, but the dumbass broke it, mine's in storage with the rest of my shit until I graduate basic training, which is a month after I get medically cleared to train again. Which could be Jan 8 or it could be a month later depending on my bonescan results.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:13:44 No.11728644
>>11728632
ah, i see. good luck on your recovery, and i hope everything goes well for you<3 i'll keep a look out for your posts in the future.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:13:47 No.11728645
Seek out the fae if you must. Just don't make any deals. And do not, under any circumstances, to to their kingdoms. You will be weak there and most likely ensnared for good.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:15:22 No.11728650
>>11728645
What are fae kingdoms like?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:21:08 No.11728670
>>11728644
Thanks. I'll try to remember to post in any fairy threads as Kale, and I'll keep an eye on this thread and any others I see while on con leave. I'll keep my eyes out for anything odd at basic too, though the steel fences and guarded gates around base should keep them away.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:25:05 No.11728686
>>11728650

There aren't many reliable accounts. The Unseelie Kingdom shouldn't be visited by those without some power of their own. The Unseelie often try to harm humans. The Seelie can be just as dangerous but are generally less benevolent. Their kingdoms have mutable form, and the Fae live in fortesses raised from native wood and rock and ice.

But don't go there. When dealing with a Fae it's wise to keep a piece of iron displayed on your person. Don't brandish it. You just want them to understand the situation.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:26:16 No.11728692
>>11728686

*more benevolent I mean

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:27:00 No.11728693
>>11728686
>When dealing with a Fae it's wise to keep a piece of iron displayed on your person.
Do the fae not like iron?

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kale 2013-01-02 10:30:20 No.11728702
>>11728693
Not the person you were asking, but I am the one who was answering questions earlier, cold iron really does burn them, and salt irritates them as well. Even an alloy can bother them if there's iron in it, but nothing works as well as plain iron.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:32:40 No.11728711
>>11728702
Thanks for answering my silly questions.

Can the fae be captured? like if I catch one and put one in a jar will they stay?

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kale 2013-01-02 10:39:34 No.11728740
>>11728711
Don't. Seriously, did you even read the thread? That sort of shit happens when you don't do anything to antagonize them. If you were to trap one, even for a short while, they'd get away eventually. You'd have to kill it, and even then others would come after you.

I'm sure there are things worse than death, and that you would find out quickly what they are if you even attempted to catch one.

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kale 2013-01-02 10:42:09 No.11728751
>>11728740
And glass couldn't hold one. Maybe a net of pure iron would work, and most are bigger than you think. There are some tiny ones, but they aren't that common.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:42:21 No.11728753
>>11728740
So if I see one they must be killed?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:45:24 No.11728762
>>11727450
sigh that's untrue i for one have different sized ear lobes i have no idea how common it is but it does happen.

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kale 2013-01-02 10:48:07 No.11728771
>>11728753
No, only if you somehow managed to catch one. Even then though, more would come after you. They're sentient, so some would be bent on revenge or at least see you as a threat. If you can catch/kill one then you can do it again and therefore must be eliminated. If you see one, pretend you don't.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 10:52:08 No.11728781
>>11728771
>more would come after you
So they have a society or family structure?

How does that work? Do the have a matriarch/patriarch?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:01:46 No.11728815
>>11728781

More like a feudal structure. The little ones (which are indeed the only thing you're likely to encounter) will bring monsters, and the chain of service and obligation goes all the way up to the Fae Lords, the Aos Si of Irish mythology and the Norse Elves who once ruled this world.

You don't want that.

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kale 2013-01-02 11:02:42 No.11728817
>>11728781
More like a feudal type thing. If it was weak enough to kill, it's probably under the protection of something much stronger, or else it would die quickly.
I don't think they have strong family ties since they seem to be pretty promiscuous. A father would be hard to identify when the mother has had many lovers.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:02:59 No.11728818
>>11728815
I'm asking because my family owns a piece of property in Minnesota and I think there might be a fairy infestation.

One third of the population of Norway moved to Minnesota back in the 1800's and I think some fae might have moved with them.

I need them gone, but I can't slash and burn all the trees down, because I like the property pristine.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:10:41 No.11728845
>>11728818
What I mean to say is, How do I get them to leave?

They aren't doing the property any good. I've seen no deer for a long time.

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kale 2013-01-02 11:10:45 No.11728846
>>11728818
Leave them be and you may have good luck and your farm could be healthier because of it. If they're messing with your crops or something look into folk legends and kitchen witchery to see what gets rid of then. If there's a lot of activity you may not be able to get rid of them at all.

And remember that everything has a cost, if things are going well, it may be because they are "paying" you for the land, but keep an eye on your kids and nail a horseshoe above the door just in case.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:12:54 No.11728854
>>11728846
I am not developing the land, I am no farmer.

It's just property that I like to camp and hunt on.

Strange and unnatural things happen out there, and I am almost positive it's fairies.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:13:19 No.11728856
>>11728818

I would recommend respectful coexistence. Or complete clear cutting. You might be able to talk to them about it. Buy be ready for frustration, and again, DON'T MAKE DEALS.

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kale 2013-01-02 11:22:43 No.11728876
>>11728854
Leave it be then. Just be careful and keep a watchful eye.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:24:36 No.11728882
>>11728846
>>11728856
>>11728876
I feel I should also mention that I've done almost everything I could to not offend the fae.

I had an automatic deer feeder out on my property they kept knocking over, I did realize they don't like iron/steel on their land so I switched it with a salt lick and they still knocked it out of the tree.

The moss that grows on trees grows in spirals when it should grow on the north side.

when I do camping, the food that I hang in the trees to keep away beers is usually knocked out of the tree.

I am not getting along with them, and I don;t know of anyway to resolve this situation.

I think the infestation is fairly strong too. They have always been on the land, but only recently have they been malevolent.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:31:09 No.11728908
Oh, blessed thread, I've been looking for information about faeries for a while.

Maybe mine can be a bit especific, though. Does anyone know anything about non-celtic faires, especially Mediterranean and Mid-East ones (nymphs, dryads, hemadryads, daeva, etc)? I'm quite ignorant about them, but I wanted to know if they act like and frown upon the same things the celtic Fae do.

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kale 2013-01-02 11:34:50 No.11728918
>>11728882

Salt bugs them too. And it actually sounds fairly benign for fae. There may be a mound there or something, are there any unusual hills or raised ground? If you make a ring of salt and iron nails around that it may drive them away, or it may backfire and puss them off.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:44:45 No.11728939
>>11728918
>There may be a mound there or something, are there any unusual hills or raised ground?
Yes, I have several mounds where I set up food plots. I plant clover there in the spring so that It matures in the fall during deer season.

The clover there grows very quickly and is actually very good for the soil. I always have nice sized bucks for harvesting in the fall and I usually see their does with their fawns in the spring.

I've never had problems with planting clover there before. I knew they were fairy mounds and I did try to respect them. They didn't give me any trouble before.

>>11728918
>And it actually sounds fairly benign for fae.
What will it be like when they get "serious"?

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 11:49:28 No.11728952
>>11728908

I think Djinn might be related. Although most Fae come from a time when the whole earth was theirs and they're as comfortable with one human culture/language as they are another. They were probably fond of pre-Islamic animism. Most of this is just educated speculation though.

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kale 2013-01-02 12:05:46 No.11729004
>>11728939
The serious shit is stuff like what was posted earlier. An ex of mine went crazy because of them, and I've had a lot of shit happen to me as well.


Anywho it is 4 am here so I'm off to bed.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 13:15:46 No.11729218
>>11728523
...just admit that it's you and not someone else you're referring to

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 19:53:52 No.11730942
>>11728506
oh fuck me looks like I have to stay away from writing. Worst part is I don't even remember making that kind of deal with fae.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 00:04:59 No.11732465
Bamp

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 03:44:42 No.11733429

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>>11728908
>>11728952

Well, Djinn are rather unique. They are spirits of smokeless fire, and fire is their essence. They are normally invisible to mortal men, virtually immortal themselves, and have powers on par with Angels, but with free will like mortals. Not all Jinn are pagan. There are Muslim Jinn, Christian Jinn, Jewish Jinn. Again, free will. Most of their banes are those that were known by King Suleiman, who bound them according to ancient laws by which they were bound. No doubt you remember the stories of the Seal of Solomon being put on bottles or rings.

Some Jinn - sometimes called Shaitan (for Shaitain, or Iblis, is one of their number) - are malicious. Some are bound to places, such as those of the Rub al-Khali or the Niger river. Aicha Kandicha is one of the more infamous Jinn, at least in Morocco. By some accounts, the Chinese Shen might also be Jinn. In East Africa, you have the zaar, a ritual to exorcise (or at least bargain with) the local Jinn. In Nigeria, it is the iskoki, at least in Hausaland.

There are actually a really good book: Legends of the Fire Spirits by Robert Lebling (with a forward by Tahir Shah, the son of occultist Idries Shah and author of paranormal travel books like The Sorcerer's Apprentice and In Search of King Solomon's Mines).

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 04:05:22 No.11733520

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>>11733429

That picture is from an amusement park funhouse.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 04:19:42 No.11733592
>>11733520

And that pics from Enfield, Connecticut. Your point? As I said before, the Jinn aren't normally visible to the human eye, let alone cameras, so its not like there are any good pictures of them.

Its similar to how Pretas, the Hungry Ghosts, exist parallel to the world of Men and Beasts but cannot (and normally do not) interact with it in any meaningful way.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 05:24:23 No.11733938
>>11733520
Chichotas

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 05:27:00 No.11733948
>>11732465
Yap

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 05:37:24 No.11733995
been waiting for a thread like this; googled around at some point but it wasn't half as informative as the content here

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:06:19 No.11734209

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Is Eoin Colfer a fey blessed author?

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kale 2013-01-03 06:07:24 No.11734217
>>11733995
I'm back to answer questions now, if there's anything I didn't cover earlier.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:10:20 No.11734236
>>11734217

>>11734209

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kale 2013-01-03 06:12:09 No.11734251
>>11734209
I doubt it. He obviously hasn't had contact or was misinformed if he has, and his writing is way too clunky. At least back when I read Artemis Fowel and The Wish List it was.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:15:01 No.11734264
>>11725084
Holy shit
My best friend's last name means of the elves, he's the smartest motherfucker I know, and he has pointy ears
>also Irish

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:16:41 No.11734274

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>>11728882
>keeping the beers away

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:25:11 No.11734326
so what are fae blessed artists/write. How do you recongize if someone is blessed. How do they become blessed. Why do they get blessed in the first place.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 06:31:23 No.11734358
What does a fairy mound look like? Is it a gateway?

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kale 2013-01-03 07:09:21 No.11734574
>>11734326
I talked about them earlier in the thread, as far as becoming one, typically a fairy finds someone who is of interest to it for whatever reason and they may or may not come to that person and offer them talent in exchange for becoming their lover. What they don't tell that person is that said talent comes from their life force, and often the urge to create becomes overwhelmingly strong. So even if they realize what's happening, they are unable to stop. Other times the fairy may "bless" them without the person being aware of it and slowly become more absorbed in their art.

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kale 2013-01-03 07:10:57 No.11734584
>>11734358
Like a small hill, they are more like small pockets of Faerie. The main part of Faerie is through the misty forest.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 07:25:16 No.11734661

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>>11734217

Are there any fairies/pixies/elves/whatever really smaller than normal humans?
Like what we see in movies, cartoons ecc, about a few inches tall.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 07:37:06 No.11734711
What are some more signs a person is a hybrid / fae blooded?

Reading this thread makes me think there's a guy at work who might be one.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 07:41:01 No.11734724
>>11734661

Sure, but they're just pale reflections of the terrible beauty of the Fae Lords. Almost all intelligent Fae are utterly beautiful and utterly amoral and cruel, like the natural world to which they're connected.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 07:44:42 No.11734736
>>11734711

I'm not sure I believe this talk of half-Fae. I don't even think Fae reproduce the way we do. They've got all the same parts, but I don't know. Maybe the other guy knows.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 07:45:51 No.11734738

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>>11724963

Oh I want to believe op

I want to believe more than anything--I would give 3 fingers and a left testicle to get the Fae experience full throttle

But, no matter what; it won't happen

Really steams my broccoli God dammit

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 08:00:37 No.11734775
>>11734738

You can't imagine what you're wishing for

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 08:08:21 No.11734802
>>11727450
Nope. My cousin has one unattached earlobe and one attached earlobe. Shit like that can happen.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 08:08:52 No.11734805
>>11734775

The worst: Enslaved or eaten or tortured or maybe even erased (Or a combination--perhaps family members and friends get royally fucked similarly or with bad luck for the rest of their lives) Can't get much worse than that.

The best: I see/experience something paranormal and finally have some God damn confirmation in my life about all of it

(Shit either way I get 'confirmation')

I tried to get a sighting but got nothing; absolutely nothing but wasted time and a sore ass.

Maybe I don't know what I'm wishing for, but I certainly know that the penalty is not as bad as some think it is-relative to me that is.

I want to believe /x/, I really do.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 08:11:58 No.11734814
>>11734738
>Really steams my broccoli
nice.

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kale 2013-01-03 08:41:00 No.11734949
>>11734736
Naw, they reproduce like we do, it's just a total mixed bag as to what happens. They're almost all emotionally volatile and odd people. Pointed ears aren't really an indicator because it doesn't always happen, a lot of times they've unattractive because of the mix, like a mutt. Sometimes they're so pretty they're scary looking. A lot of high fashion models have some blood in them, which gives them that weird look. Sometimes a mild paranormal ability is present, your prophetic dreamers and low level psychics have fae blood. Depending on how much blood they have the level of abnormality changes. Of course like anything else, the traits can appear and disappear within the generations, but if you find a specific family line with a lot of mental illness, (bipolar, sociopath, antisocial, borderline, ext) they often have more blood then others. Think of those people you just KNOW don't fit in this world. As the anon at the beginning of the thread said, they're smarter than others, but they often die really young.

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kale 2013-01-03 08:44:15 No.11734972
>>11734738
You may just get the chance to pay those 3 fingers and a testicle if you find one.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 08:53:09 No.11735030
>>11734972

'May' isn't good enough son, it isn't good enough. If I got to chose which fingers I definitely wouldn't care. I'm desperate for some proof.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:06:21 No.11735113
>>11734949

well put.

I have been lurking and reading and some of you have the right of it.

There is a hell of a lot of Fae blood in my family line from both the Norse and Irish sides.

as a result the family is a mixed bag mentally and age wise.

Overall we tend to live very long lives (lucky I guess), but some simply go mad and many of us have talents if you will.

I am plagued by dreams that tend to foreshadow real events (I wont discuss this so don't ask)..

It drove my sister mad and she is now in a mental institution.

The Fae folk are as real as you and I... just do not mess with them if you meet them... not worth it.

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kale 2013-01-03 09:08:47 No.11735134
>>11735030
If you really don't give a fuck about your life, your sight and anyone close to you, you can find them at raves. That's usually the most surefire place to find them. Find the one or two people who are obviously out of place and give you the creeps, they're either fey or selling drugs. Do NOT eat anything they give you or drink anything from them. What country are you from? If from the US what state? You can find them in the wild, but raves are easier. Something about the energy there they love.

And you won't get to choose, you could lose fingers, your eyes, your mind, anything really.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:12:08 No.11735149

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Was Jeff Buckley part Fae?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd_3IYzGfHk

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:19:11 No.11735174
>>11735149
Close. He was part fag.

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kale 2013-01-03 09:29:27 No.11735219
>>11735113
I'm not 100% sure, but I often wonder if I have fey blood as well. I'm directly related to Janet Douglas, who's famous for being burnt for witchcraft and supposedly haunts Glamis castle, and all through the family line is suicide and mental illness.

This is all according to my grandmother, who did a massive genealogy project ten years ago. Her ex husband, my grandfather was also a master manipulator, black Irish, and died in a psychiatric facility. We don't know much else about his family.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:32:07 No.11735223
>>11735219

Fae not fey

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:36:46 No.11735233
>>11735219

Interesting Douglas you say as in the Clan?

If so then your are related to me distantly as my mother is a Douglas.

small planet really

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:43:57 No.11735260

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Anyone care to give some sources of information on the Fae? My curiosity has been piqued and I think it would be interesting to have the sight thing. Especially since I live in a smallish county in central Florida.

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kale 2013-01-03 09:55:15 No.11735312
>>11735233
Distantly, because she married into the Lyon family. If you look up glamis castle, some pretty crazy shit happened there.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 09:56:39 No.11735318
The info in this thread is incredibly misleading and delusional. Time for some real talk.

Human/fae interbreeding is impossible and does not occur. First of all, it is impossible for a fae male to fertilize human eggs as well as a human male to fertilize fae eggs. Secondly, no faerie would engage sexually with a human: they view us as repulsive, and typically we view them likewise. If you had relationships with a faerie, congratulations, you've been lied to and possibly raped by a woman/man in the woods.

Now, do not mess with them. Do not look at them, talk to them, or engage in any way. Faeries are malevolent beings. They wish only harm.

Fae blessings do not exist. A "Fae blessing" would in actuality be death, torture, or a combination of the two.

They are typically people-sized but some are monstrously large. Think Scandinavian trolls/giants. They are essentially the same but while Scandinavian relatives can be reasoned with, Faeries of the Isles cannot.

I'm sorry guys, but it's not a sunshine-sex party. That would be nice, but it's just not true.

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kale 2013-01-03 09:59:49 No.11735335
>>11735223
Eh, fuck you, it's two in the morning here so I can be as grammatically retarded as I please as long as my information is still accurate.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:03:46 No.11735355
>>11735318
This. No one has faery blood in them. You're not a special supernatural entity, you're just a person with a mental health disorder caused by inadequate chemical imbalances in the brain that w commonly refer to as depression.

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kale 2013-01-03 10:11:59 No.11735378
>>11735318
Congradufuckinglations! You succeeded in reading approximately 10 percent of the thread. I explained fae "blessings" forever ago and how horrible they are, if you had done your homework you'd know that all throughout folklore all around the world there have been stories passed down of people breeding with them, and what happens when they do. Not all of them are pretty, a lot are monsters, but not all of them are hideous like you claim. I have NEVER had any sort of rainbows out the ass description of them and I never will.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:26:12 No.11735428
>>11735378
There have been stories passed down about people breeding with wolves too. Last time I checked, no human-wolf babies exist or can be made sexually. Also, these stories: false claims, were lied to, hiding bastard baby's true origin.

Done my homework? Sir, I give the homework.

Read ten percent of the thread? No. Skipped some posts? Sure. I'd say I read 85 percent at least.

You've described a Fae blessing as a mental health disorder. As I said before, the only blessing a Faerie would bestow would be death or torture.

They do not look human as most children's/church's fairy tales (hah!) would have you believe. Even human-sized ones do not look human and would not be considered attractive by any sane person.

It may be a lot to handle, but you're not a Faerie, kid. Also, if you're black Irish then you've never seen a Faerie. Peoples non-native to the Isles cannot hope to see them. This includes most Irish persons starting around 1000 CE till today. Only native Pics and Gaelics can see them.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:35:51 No.11735459
>>11735318

You aren't entirely right when you paint them as otherwordly nightmares. Many of them, mostly the very intelligent ones, are unutterably beautiful, but also cruel and amoral. All they want from you is what resources or service they can trick you out of; I don't think they're even capable of feeling love or affection as we understand it. Though some of them may be amicable to us and offer aid, it'll always come at a sharp price.

As I said before, I DON'T think we can reproduce, not in the traditional manner. I don't even think they reproduce that way amongst themselves. Though they are famously fond of debauchery, the base of their motivation for such things will probably always be inscrutable to us.

Changelings don't count w/r/t interbreeding btw. Just a faerie trick/experiment.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:44:30 No.11735483
>>11735459
When did I say they were nightmarish? They are sexually repulsive to us. Not hideously deformed or anything. Some are monstrous though. They simply do not look human, and I'm sorry for how many dreams I'm crushing here, but they don't. What you need is to go into the Irish countryside, hope to find a Pic man who can speak English and talk to him about Faeries. An honest man would never tell you they resembled anything human (excluding two legs, two arms).

Many of the sexy-fairy stories are a product of lie, one-up-manship, and popularization. What's more likely to catch on? Hot, smart magic people in the woods or evil creatures that it would be best not to even go near.

I'm really sorry guys, but you are being misled and I thought you should know. I know we would much rather want to believe in sexy-fairy people that could be our ancestors because we're depressed and lonely.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:49:22 No.11735496

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>>11735428
tfw im a gaelic druid, and infertile so i will be the last of my kin to pass down our stories and secrets. And just an fyi you are only partily right about non gaelics and pics not being able to see the fae, there are a few who can from some other cultures, but they don't call them fae. But thats neither here nor there because no blacks can. Spread knowledge you seem to know a degree

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 10:58:51 No.11735528
>>11735496
What a coinkeydink. I'm a shaman of a group in Texas. I usually don't take people very seriously here, but yeah I do believe only native Pics and Gaelics can see the Fae of the Isles. However, other cultures can see similar beings. Gauls and Nords in Northern Europe can see Trolls/Giants, Native Americans (certain tribes) can see nature spirits, and so on. Pics and Gaelics however, are the only ones who could hope to see a Fae of the Isles.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 10:59:41 No.11735534
>>11735483
Don't be sorry this guys need to be told that their delusion of Fae-blooded humans is stupid and impossible, No mortal man or women has ever bred with the Fae, And if such an abomination did occur (pro tip it can't) it would have been destroyed because it defies nature, So thank you for crushing this bullshit.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:03:58 No.11735547
>>11735528
you are correct, only we can see the fae of the isles, but i was under the assumption you were talking about fae kind in general, my mistake. To be part of a group i have to say im jealous, im the last elder male of my line and my family migrated to america so i don't have anyone to pass our tradition or secrets down to. family history is interesting tho, i have a strange family lineage to say the least, let us share our stories my new found friend

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:04:29 No.11735550
>>11728229
people are weirded out because your a 19 year old neckbeard drooling as you stare at them while playing your magic the gathering with other neckbeards at the mall, not because you're a special snowflake

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:06:39 No.11735554
>>11728247
no, you don't like skin to skin contact because you have no social skills

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:13:45 No.11735570
>>11735483

You are right that many of them are monstrous and alien, but the Irish Aos Si or the Norse Elves are as beautiful as they are cruel. And they look human. I think the appearance of the Fae is to an extent dictated by what is around them. Hundreds of thousands or even millions of years ago, at the height of their dominion, they probably looked much different. But they adapt.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:13:58 No.11735571
>>11735547
We should. I'm sorry for your lineage. For what it's worth, my teacher wasn't my father. If you can find a willing heir of similar blood that could prove to preserve your traditions. Unfortunately, I do not know how much Gaelic is truly in me. I hail from Iceland and the ancestry does not afford me whether the concentration of my blood is Nord or Gaelic. I did see an entity a couple of times on a trip to Norway with my fiance, a large troll with thick-long hair at a spring and then again in the woods.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:16:45 No.11735579
>>11735483

By the way I think your portrayal of wicked, inhuman monsters is just as reductive and one-sided as the romanticism you want to correct.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:20:01 No.11735585
>>11735571
well, as far as ive been tracked my great(inseart more great) grandmother was full gaelic while her husband was a knight templar they had a son and he was passed along the traditions and secrets of both, this continued many many years in ireland, then my family moved to america. where my great great grandmother married a cherokee shaman, my mother was born (only child) she married my grandfatherwho is a direct descendant of a family of knight templar, and my father was born, he then married the daughter of a cherokee shaman, and thus i was born and here i am, unfortunetly our line dictates a member of direct blood, (can be a cousin) must be the one to pass down the heritge, so my kin ends with me, but i am quite the grouping and before any fucks get in on the special snowflake shit, we shamans and druids aren't magical beings, we are simply humans with a greater knowledge of nature and things hidden there in.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:20:57 No.11735587
>>11735585
*grandmother in second line fuck im tired so "grandmother was born(only child)" line fixed

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:21:45 No.11735593
>>11735570
I do not know how far I trust the Aos Si. It was, at a time, and exploited series of tales that relied on embellishment. As for the Norse Elves, dark elves are not particularly gorgeous and light elves are linked with god ancestry.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:31:23 No.11735622
>>11735585
I am so sorry, that must be difficult. I agree, it's important to realize that one can't become a druid/shaman over the internet. You are born with an empathy for nature and then are selected by teacher (Well for me anyways, I realize your line is purely ancestral).

>>11735579
That is like someone calling a cat a dog, me telling them it's actually a cat, then saying "your portrayal of a large doglike cat is just as reductive and one-sided as the romanticism you want to correct." Sorry buddy, just thought you'd like to know that that's a cat and you can't breed with it. Faeries are inhuman, some are monstrous... and you can't breed with them.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:38:08 No.11735641
>>11735622
im going to let one secret out, but only one since it deals with the thread, the fae of the isle exist outside of the isle as well, some fae are linked to a tree (in particular the mistletoe tree(the most valueable tree to a gaelic druic)) (which is another reason we have had to commune and gained an understanding of the fae) and many of these trees have been transplanted in other places, he fae along with it, these fae are the most dangerous because they are alone, and have become malevolent in the extreame, thats as much as i can leak

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:42:09 No.11735652
>>11735641
and yes i said mistletoe tree for a reason, i realize it is now just a 'bush' but, i figured id throw is up before some flame

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 11:49:43 No.11735659
>>11735641
Oh geez! yeah, that uh should be more than enough for a public internet chat board.

You guys are not getting any secrets out of me though, haha. I doubt anybody is still here though, think its just me and you.

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:53:31 No.11735665
>>11735659
this "secret" is been known by outsiders for a long time, mistletoe being used by us is well i wouldn';t say common knowledge but its out there if you dig, the fae linking to trees is a near useless secret for most of /x/ so im ok with letting it out

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Gaelic Druid 2013-01-03 11:54:33 No.11735668
>>11735659
before i leave throw me some way to contact you we should keep in contact.

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Anonymous 2013-01-03 12:02:32 No.11735684
>>11735668
I was making a bad joke. And here you go: erikleifson@ymail.com







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