WOTC Special Presentation on Dragon Magick (Part 1) Seeking & Working With Dragons

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All throughout the Multiverse

The power is there to bless or curse

‘Tis balance of darkness and of light

That holds the Web threads every tight.

Black chaos dragons and those of Light

Locked in balance that is right.

The dragons’ code is very clear,

Each Ring should be for half a year.

From Apprentice to the Warrior guard.

Te way to be Mystic is long and hard.

All levels explored, all trut laid bare.

The students’ motive, pure as Air,

Must pass the test within the heart,

Before the Veil of Knowledge parts.

Dragon-trust he must earn, then wait

Until his teachers reveal the Gate.

Dragon magick, strong and old,

Requires the student to be bold

Cast the numbers three times three,

For that is what the power will be.

No dragon spell is weak or small,

For dragon magick conquers all.

–Dragon Ring Code

D. J. Conway, Author

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Origin Welsh Fairies

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THE FAIRIES

ORIGIN OF THE FAIRIES  (Y TYLWYTH TEG)

The Fairy tales that abound in the Principality have much in common with like legends in other countries.  These points to a common origin of all such tales.  There is a real and unreal, a mythical and a material aspect to Fairy Folk-Lore.  The prevalence, the obscurity, and the different versions of the same Fairy tale show that their origin dates from remote antiquity.  The supernatural and the natural are strangely blended together in these legends, and this also points to their great age, and intimates that these wild and imaginative Fairy narratives had some historical foundation.  If carefully sifted, these legends will yield a fruitful harvest of ancient thoughts and facts connected with the history of a people, which, as a race, is, perhaps, now extinct, but which has, to a certain extent, been merged into a stronger and…

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The Origins of the Faeries: Encoded in our Cultures – Part I

The faeries appear in folklore from all over the world as metaphysical beings, who, given the right conditions, are able to interact with the physical world. They’re known by many names but there is a conformity to what they represent, and perhaps also to their origins. From the Huldufólk in Iceland to the Tuatha Dé Danann in Ireland, and the Manitou of Native Americans, these are apparently intelligent entities that live unseen beside us, until their occasional manifestations in this world become encoded into our cultures through folktales, anecdotes and testimonies.

The faeries appear in folklore from all over the world as metaphysical beings, who, given the right conditions, are able to interact with the physical world. They’re known by many names but there is a conformity to what they represent, and perhaps also to their origins. From the Huldufólk in Iceland to the Tuatha Dé Danann in Ireland, and the Manitou of Native Americans, these are apparently intelligent entities that live unseen beside us, until their occasional manifestations in this world become encoded into our cultures through folktales, anecdotes and testimonies…

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