Following an encounter with the Little Ones in Ireland in 1981, Ralph Harvey and his wife Audrey were confronted with a phenomenon that defied all logic. With that magical encounter deeply implanted in their minds, they set out to investigate the origins and history of faeries. The evidence of many a leading churchman and their diaries was a great starting point, providing much evidence. During Ralph’s eleven years in law his speciality was old, ancient, and archaic laws and he uncovered long forgotten laws protecting faeries, logic telling him that laws are not passed onto the statute books without good reason and justification.
The result of their investigations is this book with tales and legends and evidence from all over the British Isles, from the fairy bridge on the Isle of Man to the waterfall at Sewyd yr Rhyd in Wales, St Nectans Glen in the West Country to lilting faery music in Clonegal, Ireland and the defence of the sacred faery stone of St Fillans in Perthshire, the faery flag of Clan Macleod and the fairy cup Edenhall. Many of the stories contained herein are anecdotal as Ralph has explored the many legends, old tales, and old records of faery phenomena, remembering the old adage that there is ‘no smoke without fire’ for throughout the world there are stories of faeries existing aeons ago. NOW IN STOCK
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