Tag Archives: faeries

Charles Bonnet Syndrome and the Faeries ~ Neil Rushton

Reblogged from Dead but Dreaming: I was recently interviewed by Simon Young for the Fairy Investigation Society. He wanted to explore my experiences brought on by the condition known as Charles Bonnet Syndrome, and how this might relate to an … Continue reading

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Guest author: Neil Rushton ~ Articulating the Faeries

What are the faeries? This question is surprisingly difficult to answer. Since May 2016 I’ve been attempting to get under the skin of the question on my blog-site deadbutdreaming, where I post articles that engage with the phenomenon of the … Continue reading

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Notes from a small dog: IndieAni Jones (or the archaeological dog)…

I thought we were just going for a walk… but then she opened the car. “In you go, girlie,” she says. “You’re going on an adventure!”  She put my seat belt on and told me to settle down as it … Continue reading

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A Numinous Zone: Preternatural Modern Faeries ~ Neil Rushton

Reblogged from Dead but Dreaming: “A numinous zone is a state of consciousness in which numinous (supernatural or spiritual) experiences occur. It can be viewed as a highly dynamic state that gives rise to phenomenal shifts in one’s perception or … Continue reading

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The Faerie Changeling Phenomenon – Neil Rushton

Reblogged from deadbutdreaming: “Come away, O human child. To the waters and the wild, With a faerie hand in hand, For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.” WB Yeats, The Stolen Child The Phenomenon The worldwide … Continue reading

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The Lambton Wyrm – Neil Rushton

Reblogged from deadbutdreaming: As a sideways break from my ruminations on the faeries and their abodes, here are some contemplations on the magico-folkloric tale of the Lambton Wyrm, from the North-East of England. A version of the article was originally … Continue reading

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