EXCERPT from Fairy Lore and Myths: A fairy is a mythological being or legendary creature found in several European nations’ folklore, including Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, English, and French folklore. They are a type of spirit that are frequently referred to as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural. Fairy myths and tales synthesize common beliefs from several sources rather than having a single foundation. According to many folk conceptions, fairies originated as either demonized angels or angels in the Christian tradition, deities in Pagan religions, ghosts of the deceased, ancient humans, or spirits of nature. The term “fairy” has occasionally only been used to describe a certain type of magical being with human-like features, supernatural abilities, and a propensity for deceit. At times, it has been used to refer to any magical being, including gnomes and goblins. The adjective “fairy” has occasionally been employed to denote “enchanted” or “magical,” respectively. It also refers to the nation from whence these beings hail, the realm of fairies.Working with fairies can add a sense of supernatural wonder to your practice and make a place feel like a home. Just remember that not all faeries are good and generous; there is frequently a cunning, trickster element among them. The more you learn about them and the various kinds of beings there, the easier it will be for you to interact with them. The energy they provide your magic will be a remarkable reward if they become friends with you.