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I'm interested in learning more about this. when I read about this my heart starts to beat really fast and hard so I take that as a sign to learn as much as I can
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Fairies are not specifically apart of the Wicca religion. While there are many offshoot sects calling themselves Wicca, you would be better off seeking such a group yourself.

If you are simply interested in working with the Fae, there are books, though there are a lot of purely fictional books as well. Hopefully someone with more knowledge on the topic will chime in soon.

As for my indirect experience, most fairy lore has been passed down orally. My grandmother, I found out, worked with fae, but we were not allowed to learn about it thanks to our mother.
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Re: Faery Wicca
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There was, an number of years ago, an author named Kisma Stepanich who created the idea of "Fariy Wicca". She was later prosecuted for plagiarism when it was discovered that almost all of the material in her books had been taken from another author. Her books were removed from publication; although you can still find some of them around. But even if you do find them, Fairy Wicca is not a real thing.

However, that doesn't mean that you cannot create a path of your own into which you can include fairy lore. Just remember that the Fair Folk are not all cute little Tinkerbelle type creatures. They are powerful beings with an agenda that does not always include being kind to humans. In fact, if you speak of the Unseelie Court you are talking about very dangerous beings indeed. So do some serious research about the Fair Fok before you make any sort of association with them.

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