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We think of fairies as little winged people with magic wands, but Irish fairies were flesh-and-blood extraterrestrials who towered over humans. We knew them as angels, demons, phantoms, mermaids, fairies, gods and not-gods, and the Gentry.

Giant, chalk-white humanoids with piercing blue eyes, and flaming red or golden-yellow hair cascading in curls over their shoulders, that’s the true appearance of the ancient fairies of Ireland who came down from the cosmos thousands of years ago.

Only through an intentional attack on history did this majestic race come to be known as mythological little winged people, giving rise to the name “fairy tales” to erase the history of an extraterrestrial species on Earth. When aliens attempted a disclosure event in the 8th century A.D., we attacked the human witnesses as witches.

Extraterrestrials protected us, mated with us, and produced hybrid children with us. They went to war against our oppressors, a race of heinous giants who were taller still, and then settled in to teach us a better way of life. They lived among us physically for thousands of years as kings, queens, and druids - the latter being an educated class of teachers who earned the equivalent of a Ph.D. and then went on to build schools and libraries.

Their legends were epic, from “borrowing” humans to clone, to lifting a human from a crowded room and carrying that person up through the ceiling in an abduction event, to erasing portions of our memories just as extraterrestrials do to UFO abductees today.

They were shape-shifters, or at least seemed to be so, making us see them in a form wholly different from their true form as is done with the screen memories of present-day UFO abductees.

In Ireland they were known as the Tuatha dé Danann - a benevolent race which may well be ancestors to the Nordic aliens visiting Earth today, and their antics spawned the mermaid folklore.

By studying their history we may gain insight to the motives of the enigmatic extraterrestrials zipping through our skies in UFOs - ever-watching us with their inscrutable presence.

The Tuatha dé Danann utilized technology which included self-navigating speedboats with voice-activated GPS systems, flying machines, revolving castles, underwater cities, cloaking technology, personal invisibility, human cloning, memory manipulation, and medicine so advanced that we called them Immortals for their extended life spans and ability to resurrect the dead.

Our ancestors knew them well and by combining folklore, archeology, and science, we can reconstruct the true history of mankind’s experience with cosmic visitors. The truth is out there.

©2019 Sharon Delarose (P)2020 Sharon Delarose

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love stuff like this...

I love folklore and legend. I absolutely believe they exist. I will listen to this again.

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Wow! It makes you think!

I sat in thrall the entire time trying to absorb what I was hearing. Well done!