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Discussion in 'Your Paranormal Experiences' started by Debi, Sep 26, 2018.
Yes, Darcy...that description resonated with me. Thank you for sharing that!!!
I certainly consider myself fortunate having had my experience. I am quite sure that if I had a whole bunch of concepts in my head about the Fae, I would not have been as open to perceiving what I did. It was the research I did post-experience, that was illuminating.
I would have eatin the food and drink, I just would have especialy knowing why, now if I didnt know why I probably would think it was God speaking to me... He doesn't take "no" for an answer well.
I've been to Iona twice but not for many years now and it's the place I wrote my first ever tune that was subsequently performed and recorded. The island has a feel to it like no other place I've been, peaceful, timeless, magical. Sitting on the top of Dun I the islands highest point the banjo I brought with me played itself, something I've never experienced before or since despite playing outdoors many time. Now this wasn't a mystical duelling banjos or anything paranormal just a combination of circumstances. A breeze started the strings vibrating sounding a bit like a hum so I started fingering some chords and melodies producing this wonderful sustained string sound. I've never been able to recreate it.
I found out later that the minister of the abbey heard it in his study and went hunting for the radio that was playing the strange music
Wow tony this is amazing
sounds like magic to me!
Yes, a memory I will never forget and something magical did happen there
Possibly an extension of Annwyn? IIRC, there's a legend that a portal existed between our worlds that men could pass freely, so long as they took nothing. Of course some jackhole took some flower petals back and ruined it for everyone.
That's pretty old school... Annwyn. Basically Eden from a Celt view.
To be fair, I'm pretty old.