♥ Book Title : Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "Edited by David Larkin. Two talented artists explore the world of faeries in myths, legends, and folklore."Article| Brian Froud| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Faeries' Oracle
☯ Full Synopsis : "In response to the tremendous success of "Good Faeries/Bad Faeries", Froud has created an exciting divination kit that allows readers to draw on the power of faeries to understand their lives and predict their futures. Includes color deck of 66 divination cards, a two-color book, and instructions on how to read the cards."Article| Brian Froud| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Good Faeries Bad Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "A reversible volume in which good fairies such as the green man, the wood woman, and the pixies are described on one side, and bad fairies such the gnome, Black Annis, and Morgana le Fay are described on the other"Article| Brian Froud| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Faeries & Elementals for Beginners
☯ Full Synopsis : "Explore the magical world where nature spirits dwell From sprites to will-o'-the-wisps, this practical beginner's guide introduces you to a wide assortment of wild and wondrous creatures. Discover how to attract faeries and elementals to your home and garden, as well as how to befriend them. Along with step-by-step instructions for safely finding and interacting with these powerful creatures, you'll also learn how to: Identify faeries and elementals associated with each of the four classic elements—air, fire, water, and earth Perform rituals, meditations, and exercises that help you connect with nature spirits on a personal level Request help from faeries and elementals for healing, protection, getting a job, attracting love, and more Determine what roles nature spirits play in folklore and magic throughout the world"Article| Alexandra Chauran| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Faeries, Bears, and Leathermen
☯ Full Synopsis : "Over time, male homosexuality and effeminacy have become indelibly associated, sometimes even synonymous. In Faeries, Bears, and Leathermen, Peter Hennen contends that this stigma of effeminacy exerts a powerful influence on gay subcultures. Through a comparative ethnographic analysis of three communities, Hennen explores the surprising ways that conventional masculinity is being collectively challenged, subverted, or perpetuated in contemporary gay male culture. Hennen’s colorful study focuses on a trio of groups: the Radical Faeries, who parody effeminacy by playfully embracing it, donning prom dresses and glitter; the Bears, who strive to appear like “regular guys” and celebrate their larger, hairier bodies; and the Leathermen, who emulate hypermasculine biker culture, simultaneously paying homage to and undermining notions of manliness. Along with a historical analysis of the association between effeminacy and homosexuality, Hennen examines how this connection affects the groups’ sexual practices. Ultimately, he argues, while all three groups adopt innovative approaches to gender issues and sexual pleasure, masculine norms continue to constrain members of each community."Article| Peter Hennen| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Faeries of Spring Cottage
☯ Full Synopsis : "Follows little faery Sneezle on his adventures in Spring Cottage as he faces mysterious stick men, an eccentric faery court, a cat, and a human being in his efforts to return home."Article| Terri Windling| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Faerie Queen: Queen of the Faeries, War of the Faeries, Reign of the Faery Queen
☯ Full Synopsis : "The Revelation of St. John is, according to some writers, the most difficult book to understand in the entire Bible. It uses symbols in most chapters to stand for real things It is difficult to distinguish between what is meant to be symbolic and what is literal. This difficulty is compounded in much of the book because symbolic language is clearly mixed with language that can only be literal. Thus the book appears to be an enigma wrapped in a riddle. The book is the only major example of NT apocalyptic writing. It appears to be so complex most Christians find it impossible to understand. As a result of its complexity, apparently few read it. That obtains despite the blessing pronounced on the reader in 1:3 for those who read it. Some writers have said the book was never intended to be understood because there is no apparent pattern to the prophecy. They maintain that it will never be understood this side of eternity. That idea flies in the face of common sense. If God had not intended men to understand the prophecy in the book, it would surely seem a waste to cause it to be written. There may, however, be certain things in the book that will not be completely understood in this life. That situation, according to other writers, is intended to show the Divine origin of the book. There can be little doubt the book has in it the very mind of the Almighty. Because of that, it appears to demand Divine inspiration in order to understand its total meaning. Thus the correct interpretation of the total prophecy may be revealed to men when the time is right; probably very near the end of human history on earth. The meaning of the prophecy in the book of Daniel was "sealed" or "shut up" (concealed) so that no one could completely understand it. That prophecy, according to Dan. 12:4 & 9, would be concealed until the arrival of the second (and last) "time of the end." That may be the short time period of several decades just before the end of human history when the full meaning of the Revelation also will be revealed to the followers of Christ. That is true even though the Revelation has not been "shut up" or "concealed" for many long centuries. That the book has not been "shut up" or concealed is stated emphatically in the book. Although the meaning of the prophecy of Revelation has not been concealed, many writers say the book is far more complex and much more difficult to understand than the prophecy of Daniel. Many hundreds (if not thousands) of commentaries have been written, over the centuries, in efforts to explain the prophecy. Many outlines also have been constructed in efforts to make the book more understandable. The meaning of the prophecy of the 7 letters apparently is fairly well understood. But the majority of the remainder of the prophecy appears to be less well understood. No commentary written to date fully explains the total prophecy in a biblically correct and intelligent manner. It is as if the complete meaning eludes the human intellect. Thus despite the "unsealed" nature of the prophecy, much of the book still appears to be beyond the comprehension of most laymen as well as bible scholars. The present study is a calculated attempt to give the reader a full understanding of the total prophecy. If one understands the prophecy of Daniel, the book of Revelation is not difficult to understand. The reader should first read the book "The Time of the End in the Book of Daniel" by the present writer. That book "unseals" or reveals the true meaning of Daniel's prophecy for the first time in the history of the study of Daniel.. If Daniel is fully understood, both the Revelation AND the Olivet Discourse are"Article| Catherine Harper| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Vale of the Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "It's been six months since Richard and Abigail's first traumatic encounter with vampires and the worlds created by human beliefs. Living with their cousin and new legal guardian Adrian Eldrick in the sleepy village of Crinkledale, they are finally starting to settle down into normal teenage life. But the siblings' troubles aren't over yet. They have been exposed to the supernatural now, and the Eldrick family harbours a secret that threatens to once again drag them into otherworldly peril. Could all of Adrian's local folklore about fairies be true, and if so, what do the fairies want with them? They are all about to find out that the real fairies of folklore are far darker - and stranger - than they could have imagined. - - - The Vale of the Faeries explores the strange and surprisingly sinister world of the fairies - the so-called "Good Folk" - and contains a wealth of folklore from across the British Isles."Article| Johan Burghall| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Magick of Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "Discover how to work magick with faeries and elemental spirits From the world of the wee folk to the history and lore of faeries, you’ll explore all things fey in this easy-to-use, essential guide. The spirits of earth, water, fire, and air—as well as golems and goblins, boggarts and brownies, orcs and ogres—help us tune into the cycles of nature and work with the amazing magick around us. Through practical spells, rituals, and empowerments, The Magick of Faeries will teach you how to use natural energies and essences for wishes, prosperity, love, protection, personal transformation, and family health and happiness. Learn to identify and connect with over a hundred nature spirits, including the local spirits who share your home and guard sacred places. Explore the Treasury of Faerie Wisdom, a collection of useful information that will help you understand the structure of fey magick and create your own rituals. Cassandra Eason’s comprehensive book is your key to living in harmony with the incredible beings of nature."Article| Cassandra Eason| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Kiss The Wind: Understanding the Elementals and Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "Understand the difference among elementals, faeries and elves and how these separate species impact the Earth in a way that is normally unseen to human eyes, but work together as a whole to keep our planet healthy and functioning smoothly."Article| Victoria Hunt| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Damn Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "Some people never "grow out of faerie tales". For some, they're a part of everyday life and there's no escaping the magic and mystery that lurk around every corner. Unfortunately, sometimes that magic is downright irritating. "Damn Faeries" is a collection of faerie tales for those that never quite grew out of them. There's no telling what surprises and horrors lie around every nook and cranny of this book. The tales within are designed to amuse and delight, inspire and entertain, and remind us that magic is only ever a pixie's wing away."Article| Elizabeth Harvey| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Cactus Faeries
☯ Full Synopsis : "Have you ever wondered what magic painted the colors into the desert blossoms or why you hear laughter on the breeze at first light? Come join in the magical dance of the Cactus Faeries as they lead you from the desert floor to the Superstition Mountains."Article| Catherine Devine| Statement ..."