Fairies at Work and Play

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Pgw, Feb 1, 1982 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 126 pages
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There is another order of evolution running parallel to and blending with our own. Clairvoyant Geoffrey Hodson captures the vast variety of etheric forms working with nature, stimulating growth, bringing color to the flowers, brooding over nature's beauty, dancing in the wind and sunlight. Meet the magical miniature world of green, transparent sea spirits; the entrancingly beautiful undine; the laughing, delicate golden fairie; the slim, graceful, flowingly robed nature devas; and the ancient, hardworking brownies. Learn to perceive and partake in the work of the dynamic, unseen forces and forms which surround us and propel us toward our own human evolutionary potentials.

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A description of the author's observations on the ethereal creatures that he claims to be living among us. He infers that these creatures seem to be responsible for all nature's processes. The various ... Read full review

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Hodson was born and educated in England. For 60 years he lectured for the Theosophical Society in America, England, Europe, South Africa, India, New Zealand, Australia and the Far East. He was four times Director of Studies at the School of the Wisdom.

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