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Faeriecraft (Anglais) Broché – juillet 2005


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Faerie Tradtion Lite.... 21 novembre 2006
Par Rashchupkina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I got this book super cheap at a sale, otherwise I doubt I would have purchased it.

Just a warning, if you are seriously interested in profound, complex work with Faeries, this is not the book to help you. Like the other reviewer wrote, is this fiction? She said she's done tons of research. Where? What books was she researching? Certainly none of the dozens of books I have read on the lore, history and past of this ancient tradtion. She makes no mention of ancestors, none of the different types of faeries (hives, trooping etc)...only focusing on the elementals, which aren't even the Faery in the body of old lore. No mention of the connection between the Faerie realm and ghosts (ancestors as well)....even though this is well known and documented throughout all cultures and times.

Her brand of Faerie seems to come from the post industrial realm of what people think Faeries are and do. Really a made up one. She has none of the beautiful and evocative poetry and words from well known old poets such as W.B. Yeats, Fiona MacLeod....or writing from the famous Robert Kirk...nothing whatsoever of any histrorical mention, not even folklore or ballads! Just qoutes from her horrible sounding faerie romance novel (from the many qoutes from it) Uhg and the artwork...pretty bad. One of the paintings of a "faerie king" looks like some cheesy calvin klein model, with one of his hands in his jeans to boot. I laughed outloud at this drawing. The only thing intersting in the whole book was her description of the Snow Queen.

This book is just bad. If you are a serioud seeker and what to really delve into the enchanted realm and way beyond I recommend The Feary Teachings by Orion Foxwood or Earth Light and Living World of Faery by R.J. Stewart. If you want to keep it lite and flit about the flowers and think you've somehow connected to something by just wandering around nature and building altars with glitter....by all means read this book.
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Not What I Expected ! Fiction? 30 avril 2006
Par Rhonda J. Thompson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What a joke! I have read alot of books on faeries. After reading all of R J Stewarts` books and Faery Teachings by Orion Foxwood this seams like fiction. I could bearly bring myself to finish it. I can`t beleive the author is the UK`s top authority on faeries. Very sad.
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vomiting rainbows 23 novembre 2009
Par Broch Gwrthryfelwr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One of the worst, wishy-washy, sugary, lost in a rainbow-haze-of-crystals-and-unicorns books I have ever had the misfortune to read.

The fascinating subject of the Fae, their traditions, ways, origins and working with them as a pantheon are reduced to watered down new-age fare. Far from being the great beings of folklore, and nature spirits, akin to gods and Jungian archetypes, the host of Faerie has been reduced to pale stereotypes, little more than weak Patriachal Monotheist angels. Avoid this insubstantial morass of dreadful wicca-lite confection and treat yourself to a serious study on the fae, something along the lines of Faeries (25th Anniversary Edition) , The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Fairies or Encyclopedia of Fairies: Hobgoblins, Brownies, Bogies, & Other Supernatural Creatures (Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library)
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A Delightful Read...... 26 août 2005
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was a fun book! I couldn't help but smile as I read; joy just bubbles from the pages! Looking forward to putting the book to practical use.

I read this book after Doreen Virtue's Healing with the Fairies; both books opened my eyes to an entirely new way of thinking. Also, they helped me to give myself permission to believe in the Elementals.
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A Good Source of Knowledge and Practice 24 janvier 2006
Par Enola - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I thought this book was wonderful too, but it seemed, if anything, a little advanced. Not only was it more involved than other faery craft books, but it seemed almost religious. Leaving the Good People letters, for instance.

Besides that, I enjoyed to chapters on the Faery Queens and Kings. The books inspired in me a delightul interest in Oberon King, the consort of Mab. Be warned: Oberon is not as gentle as he would seem -- loveable -- but not gentle . . .

It is also a wonderful source for anyone who would like to become a faery priestess. Like most things that take time and practice, this is not an easy tranformation. It requires not only the witch's effort, but the effort of the Fae as well. The Little Folk have to be willing to "initiate" you, I suppose. And of course, seeing them with your heart is a challenge well worth the try.

This is a great book for anyone interested in Faery craft, but my advice is to read a few others first -- maybe some introductions to the Fae.

Also, check out the Farey Oracle by Jesa MacBeth and Brian Froud.
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