Are Fairies Real? They go by many names, faeries, fey, fay, fae, elf, pixie; or collectively called, good folk, wee folk, people of peace, and other euphemisms. The name was given to a type of mythological being or legendary creature. These mythological creatures included a form of nature spirit. Does a real fairy exist?
"Are Fairies Real?", of course. The Fairies of today are believed to be small, delicate and very feminine. While most people can't see them, some do, especially children. Some people see actual fairies, and some see a white misty shape, other people see colored lights and some sense their presence. They like to live near meadows or gardens or in a fairyland. They do interact with humans sometimes,but with only good intentions.
The Tooth Fairy is a great example of a very good fairy interacting with us humans. Is the Tooth Fairy Real? Ask any kid as he wakes up and finds a gift under his pillow. Click here for more about the Tooth Fairy.
These are difficult times for the spirits that guard our gardens and plants. Humans destroy our woodlands and meadows to build large homes and shopping malls. The next time you are in a garden or meadow among the beautiful flowers with their wonderful fragrance, look at the colors of the flowers, and smell their perfume. The garden or meadow with its natural beauty is the chosen place for fairies to live. They live in and under a loved, nurtured and well-maintained garden.
The first known existence of fairies is based on the fae of medieval Western European folklore and romance. They are often identified with a variety of beings of other mythologies.
Fairies usually come out to play at sunrise and or sunset or later at night. You might see a magic fairy circle, which is ringed by mushrooms in rainbow colors. Folklore states that fairies must know that you believe in fairies and their magic before they are willing to show themselves. If you are motionless and whisper to them in a sing-song voice, they might appear to you as they are very shy. They like playing fairy games, singing and dancing.
"Are Fairies Real, of course." Fairies are nature spirits that love all forest plant life, but they are particularly fond of flowers.
The Flower Fairies help the flowers to bloom in many fantastic colors. They enhance the fragrance of the flowers so all can enjoy. The animals in these places, such as squirrels and rabbits and others are loved by the faries. The animals in turn love the fairies for all their magic and play. Think of the fairies and the magic they bring for the entire world to enjoy. "Are Fairies Real?", they must be if this is true.
If you care about nature spirits, don't eat chemically laden foods. Use natural fertilizers and insecticides. Make your garden chemical free. Fill it with native flowers. Show the fairies that you care by putting out little offerings. Maybe a crystal or a bowl of water. Let them know their well-being is important. Perhaps then, they will show themselves to you too.
Fairy magic is a special talent that is seldom used. You must never ask a fairy to do a magic trick or cast a spell. If you ask, they will probably run away to hide. Once you make friends, sometimes a wish will be granted for a relative or friend, but only if you ask nicely and are a caring person. They respond to those that put the needs and wishes of others before their own.
Are Fairies Real? You probably know a person or two that is very kind and helpful. If they are not fairies, they are very close relatives.
Fairies in Art- There is a great deal of Fairy Art being done by famous artists. Amy Brown is one of the most famous and her Faery art is some of the most beautiful. Some fairy artwork is free and can be found by internet search, using such terms as "free fairy art" or "free fairy graphics". (See links at bottom of page.)
Fairy Drawings and Fairy Pictures- There are many kinds of fairy drawings and fairy pictures. People have been trying to photograph fairies for years with very limited results. There are Gothic fairy pictures and many more different type fairy pictures. (See links at bottom of page.)