Online Course on the beliefs, mythology, and folklore of real fairies - with Morgan Daimler
The history of Na Daoine Maithe - the Good People in Ireland - stretches back into written folklore and mythology, with people of the Sidhe appearing in the Táin Bó Cuailnge and Echtra Condla. But the modern understanding of fairies is often vastly at odds with the traditional Irish fairy lore, and has been influenced by diverse foreign sources.
This class will focus on disambiguating traditional Fair Folk from twee and fictional fairies, taking on topics like the origins of fairy wings, tiny fairies, and why we envision fairies with pointed ears, with one of the foremost experts on Fairies' mythology in the world. We don't usually accept guest teaching from non native teachers here at the Irish Pagan School... but we're making an exception for Morgan Daimler!
Your Course access enrollment includes:
- -- Class Presentation Slides
- -- Class Video
- -- Class Audio
- -- Class Chat Log/Resources
- -- 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
- -- Approx 5 hours BONUS Content!
Morgan Daimler is a blogger, poet, author, teacher of esoteric subjects, witch, and priest of Na Daoine Maithe. Morgan is a prolific pagan writer, having published more than a dozen books under Moon Books alone, and they're one of the world's foremost experts on all things Fairy. Morgan lives in Connecticut, USA. Find them on Patreon at - https://www.patreon.com/morgandaimler
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"Author Morgan Daimler cautions us that the fairies we know of, deriving our knowledge from television and movies, are nothing like reality. It turns out my vision of benevolent, fun-loving, helpful denizens of the forest might be true at times, but certainly not all the time. And was I referring to fairies from the Seelie Court or the Unseelie Court, or perhaps the Aos Si or the Boggarts? Ms. Daimler explains them, and more..."
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- Book Goddess (Amazon Review)