imma get to the point! and read all of this please.
I was in the car with my family driving and we're driving on a road through the forest or woods and a real life fairy hit the front car windshield i dont know what it was cause it was super ugly looking and very boney and gross and ugly but it did have wings and have a fairy figure.
after it hit us it flew away. i dont know what to call it hell i dont even know it was a fairy but it had a figure like one my first thought was what the hell my family got super scared and NO none of my family members including me take anything drug related to make us see illusions!! it didn't look like no beautiful fairy like the ones in images or in movies!!
has anyone experienced something like this?
and we're not crazy or have any mental disorder, believe or don't believe i dont care but i know what i saw and i need answers like what the hell
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: Freya.bloom / Beginner Jan 05, 2018
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It couldve been a bat, bird, sugar glider or some other winged animal. Fairies are real in a sense, but they are more spirits than actual being and wouldnt be able to hit youre windscreen.
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jan 05, 2018
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Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: HearthWitch / Novice Jan 05, 2018
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I agree with what has already been said in regards to it being something physical like a bat or a bird that may have hit your car.
Although many practitioners believe faeries to be real, they are real in a spiritual sense, being spiritual beings rather and physical ones,. It is highly unlikely that what impacted your car was a faery, more a bird or bat that may have had some disfigurement that made it appear unusual rather than an actual fae.
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: Unhade2 Jan 07, 2018
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Fairies are real yes, just like aall mythological creatures. That may was sonething else, it's extrwmely hard for a spirit to acrually take a physical appearence and hot the car like that. But no matter what it was, Faeries exist. :)
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: LigaGosnih / Novice Jan 07, 2018
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It's really a matter of belief. I personally don't believe in fairies per se. That being said, I cannot unequivocally claim they do not, any more than anyone can say with 100% cetrainty that they do. I can say, however, as other above me already have, that it was definitely not a fairy that hit your car. If the wings had a fairy-esque appearance it may very well have been a large bug disfigured by the impact.
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: Nekoshema / Novice Jan 08, 2018
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ok, well, this forum is rather pointless, you are convinced it was a faerie, and regardless of what we say you've already stated you won't believe us because ' believe or don't believe i dont care but i know what i saw' therefore you're already convinced it was a faerie and we cannot persuade you otherwise.
if you want my opinion, what it was was probably an animal, depending on the area and time of day a bat, large bug, or small bird. an animal hitting the windshield would only be a few seconds, and you probably didn't catch a good view, after time your mind began to work out what it was and came up with seeing a physical faerie when in reality it wasn't.
regarding faeries in general, it's a matter of believe but many claim they are real, however, they are not physical beings, they are astral similar to spirits. also, as you mentioned, the majority of faeries are nothing like we see in movies, they can be ugly, big, small, spiteful, wings or no wings, it depends on the type of faerie really. but i assure you, they are not physical creatures and therefore you cannot hit one with a car.
Re: FAIRIES ARE REAL?? By: Ethereal21 Jan 12, 2018
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Lol, that's interesting. But I hope its real for your sake.
Here's hoping it wasn't real. Spirits don't have actual physical bodies as there is a "veil" that prevents them from taking physical form but I can't imagine anything more insulting than if you were to hit one with a car. A thousand year fae curse I'd say. The wild hunt after your descendants would be an appropriate punishment. Fae can be extremely vindictive. So if you're not cursed horridly its safe to say it was not a fae.