WOTC Extra – Do You Have A Faerie Infestation: Things to Watch For

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Do You Have A Faerie Infestation: Things to Watch For

 

Missing everyday small objects— as in you just put it down, turn around, and the object disappears, only to show up someplace else in a very unusual spot. (Such as keys, coins, and small pieces of jewelry.) If you find yourself laughing and wondering “what in the world?”— that’s a big clue!

A sense of mischief and laughter in the air when you realize that the everyday objects are missing.

A house that never feels at rest, even after the kids are down for the night.

Pets that happily chase “nothing” all over the house or who play with something that you cannot see.

A baby or toddler that laughs at nothing and seems entertained by something only they can see. (There will be a feeling of sweetness around the child if the Fae are nearby; they enjoy watching over children.)

If you or guests see movement out of the corner of your eye that is low to the ground. We are talking broad daylight here, with all pets accounted for.

Hearing booms and crashes, walking into the room where the sound came from, and finding nothing out of place at all. Then the noise is in another part of the house, and the more you look, the less you find. You may feel like you are being tricked or teased, but you will not feel threatened.

Mushroom circles growing on your property on a regular basis. Not once a year, but all the time.

Unusual growing patterns in your garden plants such as plants blooming out of season, blooms that morph double, or flowers that change color for no reason.

These may be signs that faeries are involved. Remember, faeries and nature spirits are attracted to magick users, children, nature, gardens, and pets, so you may be a magnet for them. If your kids practice magick, be sure they are not calling the faeries in “just for fun.” I have seen it happen many times.

If you feel you need to calm things down in your home, or if things get out of control, then leave some gifts out in the garden for the faeries and invite them to move outdoors, where they belong. Even if you live in the city and do not have a garden, leave a token for the Fae outside. Plant some pots of flowers or herbs and invite the faeries outdoors to guard over them. The Fae will be happy to tend the plants outdoors and watch over your home from the outside.

My best advice for faerie infestations is to laugh, smile, and relax. Make sure to tell the nature spirits that you appreciate all their work protecting the home and family, and then politely but firmly encourage them to go outdoors.

 

Article by Ellen Dugan
From the Book: Every Witch Way: Spells and Advice from Two Very Different Witches
Authors: Ellen Dugan and Tess Whitehurst

 

Faery Flower Power Blessing

Faery Flower Power Blessing

Say this blessing to draw the divine favors of the flower faeries to you.

You will need fresh flowers for this blessing.

After dark, go outdoors to the highest point in your nearby surroundings, for example, a hilltop, ridge, mound, your balcony, or a vista point. Draw a small circle of green light around the area in which you will be standing or sitting. Scatter the flowers clockwise in a circle around you. Stand or sit facing north. Merge with the divine, and hold your arms upward in the Goddess/God position. Say this blessing:

Helpful and friendly fae

Please enrich my life with your powers

Every second, minute, and each hour

I ask for your blessing and protection

Tonight, and every night

May my mind flow with creativity

May my body flow with well-being

May my spirit flower with grace

By the helpful and friendly fae,

So Be It! Blessed Be!

Leave the flowers as an offering to the helpful faeries. Close the circle when you are done.

A Recipe to See The Fae

A Recipe to See The Fae

On a Dawn morning or Evening dusk, find a special bottle, a pretty one that the fae will love.

Pour into it the following:

1 cup spring or rain water

1 teaspoon of Pink Rose Petals

½ teaspoon Lavender flowers

Add 3 quartz crystals

Add 3 amethyst chips

1 pinch of Faery sugar

Nine inch piece of pink ribbon

Hide this away in a dark place for three days. On the third day, again at dawn or dusk, in a place you think you might spot the Fae, like an Oak tree, backyard or mushroom patch in the forest. Even a potted plant, herb, or flower will do. Tie a nine inch piece of Pink ribbon around bottle neck. Next, close your eyes and spinkle 9 drops over each eyelids of your “faery potion water,’ care not to get it in your eyes. Next recite thie incantation and watch for the Fae.

Ribbon of pink, I just might think,
I would like to see the Fae today.
Special sight of Faery’s flight,
Send to me the way today.
A sprinkle here a sprinkle there,
A secret spell I say today.
Wispy wings and little things,
Are what I’d like to see today.