Faeries are known to live in trees, your home (if it
suits them), mushroom groups, underwater systems and
even your garden roots! Known mostly to live in "Burgh's"
or underground dwellings beneath hills and mountains.
They live either solitary and reclusive lives or clan
together to form a "Troop". The latter believed to be
the more willing to help and more friendlier to humans.
Also too are the Faery Islands which appear and disappear
usually when something is needed from the mainlands or
too, to aid sailors on their way.
Some of their favorite plants and herbs are Mistletoe,
Foxglove, Jasmine, Primrose, Cowslip, Tulip, Straw,
Strawberries, Dates and Poinsettias.
Known also, that specific Fey are most active at
specific times and at specific seasons of the year.
At these times, it is best to leave the fruits of
the season or the celebration out for them, just
to keep them around but also as a precautionary act!
As a rule, the more unfriendly ones are most active
at the time of the waning moon and the friendliest
are more active during the Waxing Moon
Some of the names given to the Faeries and
Nature Spirits throughout the world are:
From Scotland - "The Still Ones", "Pixies", "The
Wee Ones", "The Silent Moving Folk" and "Prowlies"
From Ireland - "Wee Folk", "The Little Folk", "The
Gentry", "The Good Folk", "The Blessed Ones" and
"Them Who Prowl". Daoine Maith - The Good People,
and Daoine Sidhe - The Faery People.
From Japan - ""Kami"
From Wales - "Them Who Be", "The Fair Folk", and
"The Night Walkers"
From Egypt - "Hathor"
From England - among the above , "Little People"
"Addlers" and "Menters".
From Nordic views - "Nixen" (water spirits), "Light
Elves" and "Dark Elves" (or Huldafolk) - each
depicting a type of faery, and "Alfar"
From Greece = The "Fauns", "Satyrs" and many other
mythological beasts were considered faeries.
From Italy - " Fada"
From Polynesia - "Menehuna"
From Russia - "Domovoi"
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