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From: Chakrachick3/25/04 2:10 PM 
To: Tarty (RAVENGIL) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1 of 28) 
 8876.1 
Tarty- or anyone else- can you suggest a good book on Faerie magick? I am starting to get interested in and want a good place to start.

If you're walking on thin ice, you may as well dance.

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From: Ralph (RBGlatt)3/25/04 6:15 PM 
To: Chakrachick  (2 of 28) 
 8876.2 in reply to 8876.1 
Try San Francisco. ;-p Just kidding!

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From: Chakrachick3/25/04 8:11 PM 
To: Ralph (RBGlatt)  (3 of 28) 
 8876.3 in reply to 8876.2 
Ralph!

If you're walking on thin ice, you may as well dance.

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From: Tarty (RAVENGIL) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host3/26/04 3:17 AM 
To: Chakrachick  (4 of 28) 
 8876.4 in reply to 8876.1 
Hmmmm

I remember when Janet Farrar was here a few years ago and I got to spend a bit of personal time with her (that was wonderful). I remember that she talked a lot about fae magic and encounters she and Stewart had back in Ireland, but I can't think of any books that deal specifically with the topic.

Perhaps others can come up with something.

 

 
From: Ralph (RBGlatt)3/26/04 8:01 AM 
To: Chakrachick  (5 of 28) 
 8876.5 in reply to 8876.3 
You'd think there'd be a lot of Fae activity around here in Pennsylvania, since most of it is covered in woods. Can't say I've noticed any, though. Guess I'm not looking hard enough.

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From: Chakrachick3/26/04 10:17 AM 
To: Tarty (RAVENGIL) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (6 of 28) 
 8876.6 in reply to 8876.4 
That sounds like it was wonderful! I will keep an eye out and see what I can find. I have found some sites and stuff, but I want a book, ya know.

If you're walking on thin ice, you may as well dance.

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From: Chakrachick3/26/04 10:18 AM 
To: Ralph (RBGlatt)  (7 of 28) 
 8876.7 in reply to 8876.5 
Yes, I would imagine there would be alot- I guess it would depend on what the settlers brought from the old world.

If you're walking on thin ice, you may as well dance.

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From: Rach (Ralac71)3/26/04 10:36 AM 
To: Chakrachick  (8 of 28) 
 8876.8 in reply to 8876.1 
Checking library.....

"A Witches Guide to Faery Folk" by Edain Mc Coy.

It's been a while since I've read it but I remember it very informative. What did I learn from it? Fae are too whimsical to work with but they are still worth knowing about. I wouldn't want to have one cross at me.

 

 
From: Chakrachick3/26/04 11:22 AM 
To: Rach (Ralac71)  (9 of 28) 
 8876.9 in reply to 8876.8 
I have some stuff by her- pretty good, if I remember correctly. I don't necisarily want to work with them, but I would like to know more. And I definatly wouldn't want to cross most of the Faerie races.

If you're walking on thin ice, you may as well dance.

Check us out at Divinity Sisters
 

 
From: MythBlade (Talismonger)3/26/04 10:16 PM 
To: Ralph (RBGlatt)  (10 of 28) 
 8876.10 in reply to 8876.2 
>> Try San Francisco. ;-p Just kidding!

I resent that remark.

I can't refute it, I just resent it.

 

 
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