Aethra wrote:This is quite a far reach as far as possibilities go. Our world seems to have gotten cut off at some point in history from the Faery World, and though some people can see them or 'feel' them, they remain invisible to others. So, the question is, what happenedto make them disappear completely from this world?
Aethra wrote:Thank you for your response, it's a little unclear to me, is your theory that they live in our imaginations because we imagined them, or is it that we imagine them because they live as part of us? Earth is certainly a magical, wondrous, and beautiful place to be.
Interaction with faeries now is at best, to me, like an attempt to drink water in a nightmare or dream, expecting the body's thirst to be quenched when you awaken. You die before you get a drop!
I really think at one point it was not like this. That faeries are real. And that there is now a barrier between our worlds. I don't expect anyone to believe or understand this, I suppose, but it's what I've felt all my life... a far cry from happy imaginings.
I never bought into the idea of aliens evolved from outer space because it doesn't seem likely to me that there would be people who look basically the same as us, evolving independent of us, from millions of miles away. Although perception is important, I'm very interested in the possibility of real life meetings, face to face, and the impact they might have had on our world's history.
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