- Aug 12, 2015
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Yes, Darcy...that description resonated with me. Thank you for sharing that!!!Actually, It was not my intention to offer a 'different' view Lynne. When I read Jadamz's encounter it was the second time I had heard someone speak of The Fae in a true way. While I was in the vicinity with Hannah, the experience was exclusively hers. We, as in Hannah, her daughter and her daughter's best friend, were camped at a State Park on the banks of Lake Pratt in Wyoming, which is a whole other story. We had arrived late afternoon, pitched tents, cooked, and settled the kids to bed. It was full dark and we were sitting at the picnic table talking. One minute we were sitting at the table, the next moment we were still at the picnic table but the table was sitting in the middle of a ring of trees. Before I could digest that visual and say something Hannah was gone. The last glimpse I had of her she was standing in front of some kind of opening at a wooded boundary that was outlined in some kind of neon purple light and then was gone and so was she. Next thing I knew it was morning and I was in the tent and so was she.
We didn't even talk about it til the next day. I never asked but she eventually talked. She never offered full details, but told me she had been with The Fae and lent me some understandings into their nature. I had no reason to doubt her words. When I confronted this person it was in the defense of The Fae... But the details/Truths came from Hannah. Jadamz's story is the same story different setting. I suspect that those who have true experiences with The Fae are a very rare few, at least since the far past. I also suspect an even rarer few come back to tell of it. But, like you, my knowledge is limited to what Hannah told me and the details I witnessed surrounding the situation, which I have told you here.