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A Real Fairy Pic and Real Fairy Experiences

Updated on February 25, 2013
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Kitty has been independently researching and studying the fae for over 15 years. She enjoys sharing what she's learned with her readers.

Screen Shot of One Of My Videos w/ Fairy

A Screen Shot of my Fairy
A Screen Shot of my Fairy | Source

Are Fairies Really Real?

Many little girls want to know the answer to the question, "are fairies really real?" While some little girls and even grown women know the answer to that question already. From my experiences (and there have been a lot), I know that fairies are real. They may not be exactly what Hollywood portrays of them, or even look anything like we imagined of them...but they exist.

Are they elemental spirits that guard the trees and animals? Are they the very old spirits of the trees and plants themselves? Perhaps they are on the astral plane and only make themselves known to those who visit the astral plane...or perhaps they exist in our world...right under our very noses!

Not Real Fairy Pics But Fun!

Pixies in the Forest
Pixies in the Forest | Source
A Troll
A Troll | Source

My Experiences with Fairies - Trolls and Pixies

I have had a multitude of experiences with fairies, beginning when I was a little girl. Some of them are fun memories, some not so fun. People forget that not all of the fairies are benevolent, light-hearted creatures. Some are bitter towards humans for various reasons...probably mostly due to our lack of concern for nature and the planet and therefore them.

My earliest memory of fairies is not the brightest one. Some rather not-so-nice fairies would visit me in my dreams and torment me. One in particular was a troll-type fairy...small (about 2 feet in height) and dressed in green with a green tint to his skin. He would torment me at night, tickling my feet so hard that it made me cry out in pain. Of course this was a dream, but what I feel now was on the astral plane. The malevolent fairies can sometimes be attracted to children that believe in their existence...possibly to feed off of their bright energy. But let's move on to happier experiences with the fay.

In addition to trolls, I have also had experiences with pixies, elves, and house brownies and still do to this day.

My first experience with pixies happened in the home in which I reside now. I decided to make little fairy houses with my daughter and put them outside of our house so as to let the fairies know we welcome them. I left an offering of a home-made brownie and cream on Midsummer's Eve, and the next day found the plate still there with the brownie completely gone and the thin shotglass that held the cream licked clean. Could it have been an animal? Possibly a very clever one...but the experiences that followed solidified the fact that the pixies were pleased with our welcome.

Following the offerings left at Midsummer, I had many experiences in my yard with bright colored bugs that would fly by me at lightning speed. Some of them have even been caught on evidenced by the picture at the beginning of this article. I filmed that video for Youtube and I was actually talking about fairies when an extremely fast bug flew through my if to mess with me a bit. At the time I brushed it off as either a bee or dragonfly, but later I realized that it was neither. The "bug" that hit my hair in my fairy video was glowing green, as you can see from the picture above. If you actually watch the video, (which I've posted below) at about 3:03 you will see the instance in which I am writing of. The only other type of bug that could glow like that is a firefly, and they do not fly anywhere near as fast as this "bug" did. So I conclude that this was not a bug at all, but one of the pixies in my yard saying Hi to me.

More videos can be found on my Youtube channel in which tiny brightly-colored beings flutter and fly by me...both inside of my house and in my yard. These are indeed the pixies of legend. They are sometimes more mischievous than helpful, and they like to be in videos with me...especially when I'm talking about something that I'm very passionate about or if I'm talking about their kind!

Queen Mab
Queen Mab | Source
Woman With Spriggans
Woman With Spriggans | Source

More Real Fairy Stories - Elves and Brownies

Elves are not like pixies or trolls or any other small fairy. They are more human-like, and some of them have even incarnated as humans and are living amongst us now. Elves are tall, regal looking beings with almost-transparent pale skin and long pale hair (sometimes even white). The elves have a silver aura to them, and they love to help in healing when asked. The elf that I made contact with came to me in dreamtime, as she knew that is the best way to reach me in most cases. I had asked the fairies to give me a clue as to how I could heal myself, as I was having a very painful condition that had lasted over a year that none of the doctors had helped me resolve.

That night I dreamed of a beautiful, very tall elf woman who told me what exactly was wrong with my body and how I could heal myself. I followed her instructions and was healed from my pain and condition in a matter of 2 weeks. I didn't know at the time that she was an elf, but after meditating on the experience for some time I realized what she was. I have not met her in a dream since that night, and I have yet to see any other elves in dream-time or real-time, unfortunately. They are such lovely creatures.

As for the brownies, they are a fun bunch of fairies. Did you know that the younger girl scouts known as the "brownies" got their name from this type of fairy? Brownies are short, sometimes stocky fairies that will live in the home of a deserving, hard-working family. The family is not usually strictly religious and is one that has a child or an adult who is child-like. They have to also be nature-lovers and friendly with the fay. My family is one such family, fortunate for us!

I have invited the brownies to live with us, and many times I leave offerings on my plate at dinner for them to partake of. They also really like playing with our cat. About once a month, usually close to a Full Moon, the brownies will mess with our cat...just for the fun of it! But our cat also enjoys the rompin' around anyway. You will see out cat take off running around the house, chasing and playing with something that is quite invisible. He will also sometimes stare into the air, watching an invisible something flying around and back & forth. The brownies also sometimes help keep my house clean...though lately I think they are not so happy with me as I've forgotten to give them treats (I just get too busy to remember every being in my house!) Perhaps if I leave out a cookie tonight they will wipe off my counter-tops before the morning.

What Do You Think?

So what do you think? Have you ever had similar experiences with the fairies? If you haven't had experiences with the fairies, then perhaps you need to show your love for nature more. Leaving offerings for the fay can help attract them to your yard and home. Remember too that they do not usually like a lot of loud noise, so any home where the people are yelling or fighting a lot will not attract the benevolent fairies. They also don't usually like loud, clangy wind chimes or bells.

To find out more about how to attract fairies to your home and yard, click here.

Written and copyright © by Kitty the Dreamer (May Canfield), 2013. All Rights Reserved.


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    jay kadamba 5 months ago from from the land of fairy tales

    Kitty actually I can't see view most of your videos because many of them have be deleted or because they private video's

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    Nicole Canfield 23 months ago from the Ether

    Sneha - Thank you! The video was deleted a long time ago. I apologize.

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    Sneha Sunny 23 months ago from India

    Interesting post! I personally don't have any experiences but I would love to have some. I couldn't find the video though. I'd love to see the video.

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    Nicole Canfield 3 years ago from the Ether

    Kildare05 - That's awesome! So happy to hear. :)

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    Kildare05 3 years ago

    Hi Kitty. I read this article about a week ago and so decided to do the same with my daughter. We made fairy houses and scones. We set out the fairy houses on Midsummer's Eve along with the scone and a small shot glass of milk. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the scone was clean gone. Not even a crumb was left, as though it had been picked up and whisked away. I know it's absolutely a possibility it was an animal but this being my first real outreach to the fairies...I'm gonna happily assume it was them :)

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    Nicole Canfield 3 years ago from the Ether

    Thanks, Jodah! I believe there's more to this planet and universe than what we've been told is true/false. :)

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    John Hansen 3 years ago from Queensland Australia

    Very enjoyable hub to read Kitty. This is one of those mysterious subjects that will always have us wondering. Faerie sand little people have always filled our folklore. I remember the photos of fairies taken by Lewis Carroll's daughters (I think it was). They were studied and never proved to be fake. My cats go crazy occasionally, seemingly playing with something who knows?? Voted up.

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    Nicole Canfield 3 years ago from the Ether

    Raven - Unfortunately when I closed out my old YT Channel, I lost the video. I'm happy I still have the screen shot but the video was really awesome. :(

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    Raven 3 years ago from Ohio

    Where is the video? I'd love to watch.

    My cat Ted often chases things, or intensely stares at mid-air. I hope I have brownies! I do make fairy houses, and clothes for the fairies and put them in my back yard. Thanks!

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    agaglia 3 years ago

    very interesting. I do believe in fairies, but I have never seen one. I do set up fairy gardens, but just for fun. I have not ever tried to feed a fairy or catch one.

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    erica 4 years ago

    faries are reale you can't see them because you don't believe

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    Nicole Canfield 5 years ago from the Ether

    Thanks, eaglecreek. Yep, Kitty the Dreamer 'tis I. :)

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    Jason 5 years ago from Vilonia , Arkansas

    I sent you a PM through the site. Lol all this time I been thinking you were Kittydreamer and just realized you are Kitty "the" dreamer.

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    Nicole Canfield 5 years ago from the Ether

    eaglecreek - Yes, please! I'd love to hear what he has to say about it. Thanks so much!

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    Jason 5 years ago from Vilonia , Arkansas

    I have yet to encounter a fairy but am always hopeful! There is an anthropologist research writer Graham Hancock, I was watching one of his lectures and he made some interesting comments on fairies and how they could be connected to other dimensions. would be happy to send you a link if you like.

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    Nicole Canfield 5 years ago from the Ether

    Lipnancy - Yes, they LOVE violets.

    Nell - Sounds like an elf to me!

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    Nell Rose 5 years ago from England

    This was fascinating, I too have had a dream of a really tall woman who was lets just say slightly odd, I can't remember what she told me but it was something strange or spiritual, this was years ago. Now I am going to study that photo again!

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    Nancy Yager 5 years ago from Hamburg, New York

    My husband grows African Violets and I often see fairies around them.

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    Nicole Canfield 5 years ago from the Ether

    SiberianWolf - I have heard of ayahuasca but never heard it related to being able to speak with the fay...very intriguing! Thanks for reading. :)

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    Eric T. Shortridge 5 years ago from MidWest

    I know people who have taken ayahuasca, and were able to speak to fairies and elves... Good stuff! I'm a believer

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    Nicole Canfield 5 years ago from the Ether

    Eric - Absolutely! Cats are typically more sensitive to the fay than dogs are. In my experience, dogs are more sensitive to ghosts...while the cats see the little folks! :)

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    Eric Dockett 5 years ago from USA

    I always enjoy your articles. My cat sometimes sees and reacts to things that aren't there. Sometimes he hops around like he's chasing something invisible, or even gets very frightened for reasons we can't figure out, like something is chasing him. The dog is oblivious to all of it.

    I always just figured it is because my cat is an idiot, but could there be some kind of little spirits in our home?