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Paranormal is a general term that designates experiences that lie outside "the range of normal experience or scientific explanation" or that indicates phenomena understood to be outside of science's current ability to explain or measure. Read More: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranormal

TOPIC: Fairies

Fairies 08 Sep 2016 21:15 #1

Well as we had a topic on Pixies why not crack on and discuss fairies?!! Who would like to be a fairy,or what are your experiences with fairies and BD your excluded from that question as we all ready know the answer. ;)

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Could you please explain for non-native speakers


What exactly is the difference between Fairies and Pixies?




Pixies!!!!
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Fairies 08 Sep 2016 23:08 #3

PFIZIPFEI wrote:
Could you please explain for non-native speakers


What exactly is the difference between Fairies and Pixies?




Pixies!!!!
truth-zone.net/forum/paranormal/67817-pixies.html by Martin Timothy





Reference on TZ

- Peaches truth-zone.net/forum/public-vent-room/61767-the-this-person-is-this-person-thread.html?start=140#106185
- Tiger Lily truth-zone.net/forum/symbolism/63343-peaches-geldof-dead.html?start=80#179362

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I once knew a fairy, heart of gold, funny, amusing and kind, the type of being you would like to spend your life with :cool2: Fairies also have a darkside, which can be disturbing, but a bit of ying and yang never hurt anybody ;)


The below is for you Frau

In traditional folklore, pixies are described as kind, mischievous, attractively childlike creatures that are smaller in size than humans. They are supposed to be fond of dancing and misleading people.

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Fairies are mythical beings in European folklore. A fairy is a form of spirit that possesses certain magical powers. What is meant by the term fairy can vary from culture to culture; in some cultures fairy can include all sorts of magical creatures whereas in some other cultures fairies can be ethereal and elegant beings. Nevertheless, they are often described as human in appearance though they are often portrayed with a pair of wings which enables them to fly. A fairy is also known as fay, fae, fair folk; faery, and faerie.

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Pixies are often described to be smaller than fairies. They have pointed ears.

Fairies are often described as human in appearance. They have a pair of wings.

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Fairies 09 Sep 2016 01:14 #4

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Faeries are not to be trusted.
Tricky little bar stewards are faeries.
Pixies, on the other hand; tend to buckle down and generally do a good job.
Very good cobblers are pixies whereas a faerie would sooner steal your shoes than mend them.
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Fairies 09 Sep 2016 01:18 #5

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fairy can include all sorts of magical creatures whereas in some other cultures fairies can be ethereal and elegant beings. Nevertheless, they are often described as human in appearance though they are often portrayed with a pair of wings which enables them to fly

So..this is a fairy...



pixies are described as kind, mischievous, attractively childlike creatures that are smaller in size than humans. They are supposed to be fond of dancing and misleading people.

And this is a pixie...

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Fairies 09 Sep 2016 01:23 #6

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Faeries mate...steer clear.
Shake your hand whilst pissing in your pocket.
That's your faerie.
Pixies now... Good steady workers are Pixies.
Pixies will do a fair days work for a fair day's pay and never ever go on strike.
You got minimum wage work needs doing then hire Pixies every time..
You take on faeries and your erse will never be lut of court for the compo claims the little bastards will be bringing against you.
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Fairies 19 Sep 2016 03:19 #7

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entrangermercenary1 wrote:
Well as we had a topic on Pixies why not crack on and discuss fairies?!! Who would like to be a fairy,or what are your experiences with fairies and BD your excluded from that question as we all ready know the answer. ;)


actually, i have experience with the shining ones, as well as more mundane faeries. ;)
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Fairies 20 Sep 2016 11:42 #8

bd wrote:
entrangermercenary1 wrote:
Well as we had a topic on Pixies why not crack on and discuss fairies?!! Who would like to be a fairy,or what are your experiences with fairies and BD your excluded from that question as we all ready know the answer. ;)


actually, i have experience with the shining ones, as well as more mundane faeries. ;)

I would say that you must be the forums foremost expert on fairies.... :wissl:
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Fairies 09 Oct 2016 23:26 #9

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nice rainbow lorikeet.. get plenty of those here.. the fairies not so much.
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Fairies 09 Oct 2016 23:41 #11

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novum wrote:
nice rainbow lorikeet.. get plenty of those here.. the fairies not so much.

Here's a sort of a real life fairy, only without the wings tho. :D

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Fairies 10 Oct 2016 22:45 #12

novum wrote:
nice rainbow lorikeet.. get plenty of those here.. the fairies not so much.

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Fairies 10 Oct 2016 22:46 #13

Flare wrote:
novum wrote:
nice rainbow lorikeet.. get plenty of those here.. the fairies not so much.

Here's a sort of a real life fairy, only without the wings tho. :D


I would certainly give her some channeling :O :emb: :wissl:
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Fairies 14 Oct 2016 02:39 #14

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Here's another nice fairy

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