My question concerns Disappearing Object Phenomenon. Do fairies steal, & if so, how can I stop it?
A white apprentice robe disappeared from my home a few years ago. Now my rakasu has gone missing. Both were initiatory items, a pagan robe and a Zen robe, respectively. Can I placate these fairies, when I don't really even believe in them? Yet SOMETHING happened to these items which I am certain were in my home, and no human would want them, nor had access to them. What do they want with me? Are they trying to make me believe in them? If so, how is it that I still doubt? What else could account for objects that disappear into nothing, and never return?
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