A Little Bit of Fairies: An Introduction to Fairy Magic
by Elaine Clayton
Interact with fairies and tap into their powerful magic with the help of this accessible guide.
Whimsical and lyrical, this book, A Little Bit of Fairies, explores what and who fairies may be and is sure to intrigue everyone who wants to acquaint themselves with these otherworldly beings. Elaine Clayton takes a look at how we distinguish fairies from angels, how fairies came about, visions and dreaming of fairies, looking for fairy faces in rocks and nature, the co-existence of animals and fairies, and more.
An excerpt A Little Bit of Fairies:
“Fairies by Day, Fairies by Night
Fairies are best seen, they say, at twilight, the time that is no longer day, but not yet night. Time itself with its mysteries of light and shadow, as it influences our earthly orientation, becomes a portal into otherworldly dimensions and affairs. Such arcane activities of fairies vary from day to night, with many accounts of fairy sightings describing the strangely haunting rituals performed in the dark of night, such as gathering in a ring and dancing, or the Queen of the Forest calling out all her court to entertain her, alongside animals and in the light of the beaming moon.”
About the Author:
Elaine Clayton is an internationally known author, artist, intuitive reader and Reiki Master, practicing in NYC and CT. Her books on intuitive intelligence include Making Marks: Discover the Art of Intuitive Drawing (Simon and Schuster) and Illuminara Intuitive Journal [Schiffer] She is also the author and illustrator of dozens of books for children, and has provided art for books by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jane Smiley and Wicked author Gregory Maguire, among others. Elaine teaches courses on the link between spiritual, intuitive development, visual imagery, and creative exploration at her studio, in libraries, schools, and museums. Elaine is a medium and has recorded angel sightings and experiences in sketchbooks for 30 years.