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fae magic
Post # 1
ive heard so much about fae magic but what is it
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Re: fae magic
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Post # 2
The fae are a form of nature spirit. Nature spirits are literally apart of nature, the "spirits" of trees, rocks, rivers, plants etc. It goes hand in hand with the view that there is an "angel in every grain of sand", in the view of animism, there is a spirit in everything in nature.

The history of the fae lies in the Tuatha De Danann or literally "tribe of Danu" or more specifically tribe of the gods under Danu. Many of the Irish gods and goddesses were the Tuatha De Danann. But in the mythology (and historically) there was a war. The Irish did not win this war and the "tribe" was forced to go underground. The gods and goddesses were no longer viewed as such, and they were called the hill people (sidhe). One well known form of sidhe is the beanside (banshee). But time went on and even the sidhe grew less popular. And they were then feared by the people, called "fair folk" which then became "faery folk". And the name "fae" were born.

The fae are spirits of nature from high deities like the Fae Queen Morrigan, to elves, to the tiny ones like willow wisps.
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Re: fae magic
Post # 3
That's a great explanation, to extend on it, in addition to being nature spirits, the little people/hill people (called that because at certain points in time lived in hollowed hills) were often misunderstood by the romans as evil fairies, (fey) the magic they practised, more earthcraft enhanced with magic rather than using herbs to enhance magic, is called fey magic.
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Re: fae magic
Post # 4
sorry oak but what's you're source about the romans misunderstandig fae?
If you are referring to the roman catholich church I can agree with you, but not if you're talking about ancient romans, their religion wasn't that simple and straightfoward as you can expect, and they had their faeries as well.

Faes are part of many different lores and tradition, the irish tradition is one of the most fascinating, and whiterav3n gave a really good axplaination of it.
pokefan58 If you're curious about them try to research about fairy tales and traditions about your country, you'll be surprised of what you can find.
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