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O NOES! A NEWBIE!
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Hello. I'm not sure all what to say about myself. I'm 25, a student of English Lit and Religious Studies living in Canada.

I've been awake since for about 12 years now. Even as a child I was quite aware that I wasn't human. I began awakening around the age of 12 and it took me a while to really place what was happening. Much of my awakening happened when I finally connected with my soultwin and we spent years piecing together all the bits and memories we had of our former selves and the events that happened that lead us to decide to incarnate as humans.

I have taken other forms before but I believe myself to be fae, as it's the form I've taken the most and the one I identify with best.

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2008-02-19 21:29
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Hello!! .: waves :. <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->
2008-02-19 21:32
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Why thankyou! If only I could get rid of the insulting "newbie" tag. But alas, I'll have to talk more to get rid of it. Atleat it doesn't say "noob".

Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn't. ~ Mark Twain
2008-02-19 21:46
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Hello & welcome to OKP!

And do you have a specific type of fae or do you identify with all types?

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2008-02-19 21:48
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Welcome

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2008-02-19 21:50
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I have been fae more than once. I've most usually been connected to or a member of the Seelie Court. Tuatha de Danann is the proper term I think. Another term I've seen that seems to fit is "White Lady". I don't remember the ability of flight. My hair and skin were white. My lips were a darker shade of red, like blood. My eyes were black, the entire of the eye. Come to think of it I looked a little unsettling I think, but my alignment was towards compassion, fairness and goodness. I did enjoy the sun when I saw it. I do remember living under the ground.

Another type of faerie I've been as well was one that would be connected to a small body of water like a lake or a pool. I remember being connected to a small forest pool that had a water fall. It was a place of power and I was a guardian for it. I think because of the nature of time I still am the guardian for that place. I think of it and visit it often in meditation and thought. I couldn't tell you exactly the location of it but I have the sense it's somewhere in Ireland.

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2008-02-19 23:26
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kissedthepixies Wrote:Why thankyou! If only I could get rid of the insulting "newbie" tag. But alas, I'll have to talk more to get rid of it. Atleat it doesn't say "noob".

Everyone was new at one point. *thumbs up*

Anyway, it's very nice to see you here. Hajimemashite~ *leaves a basket of fruits*

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2008-02-19 23:49
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hello and welcome! wow, i envy all the people who meet past life acquaintances/relatives...

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2008-02-20 0:22
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Yes it's a rare occurrence indeed. I've met most of my friends and contemporaries again. A large collection of us came down here enmasse to sort out the drama that took place "back then". Thankfully most of it has been sorted out and people have healed their wounds or karma or had some closure or just decided to keep on with that lesson, elsewhere.

I was left with my otherhalf, an old friend of ours and an aquintance from the time. Many of them fell back asleep. Hopefully they'll eventually be able to do the right things and face the past, otherwise there really isn't any moving forwards.

Trust me on this, sometimes you're better off not knowing the people you used to know. It's no better the second time around, the third, the fourth. This isn't always the case, but a lot of times you're really better off without the baggage of interwined history. <!-- s:roll: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_rolleyes.gif" alt=":roll:" title="Rolling Eyes" /><!-- s:roll: -->

And thanks for the basket, Momo.

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2008-02-20 0:28
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Welcome.
2008-02-20 0:45
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