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4 years ago  ::  Mar 30, 2011 - 2:28PM #1
Nonchristianheaven
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When you see something with wings why do you assume it is an angel?
Fairies have wings too so they say.
Supposedly demons also have wings.
Wings does not mean angel.

And if you are seeing things...
Well...that may be in a whole new category.
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4 years ago  ::  Apr 28, 2011 - 1:36PM #2
KiHealing1
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Greetings!


Not sure who the "you" is in your posting, but wings or not, I think most people sense the energy behind the being, whether they see it clearly or out of the corner of their eyes or whether they think they see something. It's the energy or vibration that they are feeling that allows for them to decide upon what it is, winged or not.


Peace.

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3 years ago  ::  May 19, 2011 - 10:52PM #3
belleo
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Mar 30, 2011 -- 2:28PM, Nonchristianheaven wrote:

When you see something with wings why do you assume it is an angel?
Fairies have wings too so they say.
Supposedly demons also have wings.
Wings does not mean angel.

And if you are seeing things...
Well...that may be in a whole new category.




Basically I think you are right . Angels are messengers of God according to my theological background . Fairies that's an imaginary being . supposedly they can work good or ill to mankind .I like reading poetry about fairies but they are not a belief of mine . And I think it is true that demons can show themselves in a favorable way .


And about hallucinations seeing things it's true that some see angels in this fashion . And some have real visions lots of that in the Bible . Myself I haven't seen any . Marie

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3 years ago  ::  Sep 10, 2011 - 2:02PM #4
dreamhealth
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Mar 30, 2011 -- 2:28PM, Nonchristianheaven wrote:

When you see something with wings why do you assume it is an angel?
Fairies have wings too so they say.
Supposedly demons also have wings.
Wings does not mean angel.

And if you are seeing things...
Well...that may be in a whole new category.


There is what I consider an authoritative book on fairies by Dora Kunz (van Gelder). She is a sensible, down to earth lady, knowleageable with extraordinary clairvoyant abilities. So, everything she says, she has seen. Fairies are angels for the natural world, guided by higher angels.

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3 years ago  ::  Jan 24, 2012 - 10:09AM #5
serenewanderer
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Sep 10, 2011 -- 2:02PM, dreamhealth wrote:

Mar 30, 2011 -- 2:28PM, Nonchristianheaven wrote:

When you see something with wings why do you assume it is an angel?
Fairies have wings too so they say.
Supposedly demons also have wings.
Wings does not mean angel.

And if you are seeing things...
Well...that may be in a whole new category.


There is what I consider an authoritative book on fairies by Dora Kunz (van Gelder). She is a sensible, down to earth lady, knowleageable with extraordinary clairvoyant abilities. So, everything she says, she has seen. Fairies are angels for the natural world, guided by higher angels.


I'm familair with Dora Kunz's work; she's definitely authorative in theosophist circles and a prolific author of novels and essays, not to mention lecturer.


I've not read 'The Real World of Fairies' but it's on my TBR list.

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