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Police consulted warlock over horse plaiting
Posted on Monday, 7 December, 2009 |
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Police in Dorset have consulted with a warlock in an effort to unravel the mystery of horses having their manes plaited.
A police force has consulted a "warlock" in an attempt to unravel a spate of mysterious incidents of horses having their manes plaited.
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#14 Posted by
Helen of Annoy
on 28 December, 2009, 16:48
As long as they are not asking for child support after.. You’re spoiling my romantic moment here. Damn, that's A LOT of work. Can't you just send them an e-mail @fairydancindownbytheriver.com, or something? A lot of work? To tie a ribbon and sleep under the tree is a lot of work? Besides, we are talking about fairies, not technical support.
#15 Posted by
on 28 December, 2009, 16:53
You’re spoiling my romantic moment here. A lot of work? To tie a ribbon and sleep under the tree is a lot of work? Besides, we are talking about fairies, not technical support. *snort*
#16 Posted by
on 28 December, 2009, 18:15
A lot of work? To tie a ribbon and sleep under the tree is a lot of work? Besides, we are talking about fairies, not technical support. Well someone needs to drag these fairies, kicking and screaming, into the 21st century, that's all I'm sayin.
#17 Posted by
Helen of Annoy
on 28 December, 2009, 19:05
Well someone needs to drag these fairies, kicking and screaming, into the 21st century, that's all I'm sayin. You can’t drag me or my neighbours into the 21st century, let alone the mythical beings from our lore. Also, we must not forget UFO enthusiasts that think that fairy related legends have roots in visits of highly advanced aliens or even people from the future. That kind of theories place fairies far ahead of our modest 21st century.
#18 Posted by
on 29 January, 2010, 14:44
Damn, that's A LOT of work. Can't you just send them an e-mail @fairydancindownbytheriver.com, or something? the so called expert they consulted was Kevin Carlyon who is hated by any real wiccan, witch and satanist he knows nothing at all. Discrd anything he says - it was just done by pervs or those who like to create a mystery.
#19 Posted by
Whisk and Plunger
on 29 January, 2010, 14:53
people to start seeing tall, pale girls in long flowing gowns. Maybe those are the sacrificial virgins?
#20 Posted by
on 29 January, 2010, 15:05
the so called expert they consulted was Kevin Carlyon who is hated by any real wiccan, witch and satanist he knows nothing at all. Discrd anything he says - it was just done by pervs or those who like to create a mystery. yes, Kevin Carlyon,the "King of the Wizards" or whatever silly title he calls himself with now**. He wants to be Gerald Gardner, if not Aleister Crowley, but sadly, he isn't. Anyway, the term "warlock" is actually a term of offence, i think, isn't it. ** The High Priest of British White Witches, if you please.
#21 Posted by
on 29 January, 2010, 15:15
Go to the creek or river, preferably somewhere in the forest, tie red ribbons to a tree and wait. You can fall asleep if you wish. Repeat for few nights, or until they show up. If they are not appearing, just say out loud why do you need them and go home. If they appear, you can say your problems to them and they will help, but before that you'll have to dance with them (that's how crop circles are formed, according to our lore ). If a fairy falls in love with you, she’ll ask you to go with them, to their world. You can refuse that offer, but children born to fairy mother always belong only to...
#22 Posted by
on 5 February, 2010, 14:40
Among horsey folk there is divided opinion. Some people believe it is just the wind that blows the mane into sort of plaits. ---------------------- Give me a break !!!
#23 Posted by
Helen of Annoy
on 5 February, 2010, 18:23
Well, wind is fine excuse... I mean, theory, just like Venus and swamp gas and whatnot. Now, about meeting fairies, it’s relatively simple if you live near places which they still visit and if you are of their kin. They don't trust ‘pure’ humans anymore. You can always ask someone from family known to have bonded with fairies to help you contact them, but they are obliged to play dumb. First, it’s because fairies like to remain undercover in last few centuries and then, there’s the negative image various churches pinned on them. When my great-grandmother was abducted by fairies (I kid you not)...
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