Showing posts with label Pillywiggins Fairies. Show all posts
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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Pillywiggins Fairies

Pillywiggins Fairies
The Pillywiggin fairy is found in wildflower fields in England and
Wales. They are the most active in the Spring and early Summer, tending the spring flowers. They are small winged fairies and are very playful. If you are very quite in your gardens you might get a glance of these beautiful fairies as spring time comes with the first of the blooms of the flowers.
Appearance and Temperament:
Pillywiggins are seasonal faeries associated with the coming of spring.
They are small winged creatures who resemble Pixies. They are very playful, enjoy dancing, frolicking about and making love with each other too. Their sole purpose seems to be to tend the spring flowers. These fairies are about 6inches tall; normally Pillywiggins are only half and inch tall, but they have been known to have the power to larger or even smaller at will.. Besides being very small they are also very beautiful, just like that of the Flower fairies the Pillywiggins are quite beautiful too. Although the Pillywiggins fairies look much
like small humans with wings. However the Pillywiggins have insect parts from inter breading, such as longer noses, antenna's etc. They can also change their appearance to blend into their surroundings. Both the Flower fairies and Pillywiggins fairies are usually seen naked or with little clothing on, like a see through rope.
Sometimes they are seen in clothes that are made of the flowers that they tend too and live in. Note; these cute and fun loving fairies are usually very kind and playful but, they can get very nasty if nature is neglected or harmed. To please them you need only to plant flowers or a tree. These fairies hibernate from November to April, when they are awoken of the first day of spring.
Lore:
The Pillywiggins live among wildflowers which grow at the foot of large oak trees. They are trooping fairies who have no ill will toward humans, and they seem only mildly interested in us. They have been
seen mimicking human behaviors such as
our weddings and dances, but do not lower themselves to playing pranks on us humans.
Theses fairies are seasonal helpers to the Spring Goddesses, Mother Earth and God who nurses along the tender flora flowers each spring. They are quite diminutive and like to ride bees from flower to flower. They like the dragonfly's too. The Pillywiggins queen can often be seen riding bats and is blonde and very seductive, from what they say; she wears a thin , transparent garment of white, sleeps in a bed of clowslip, and can control the wind. She cannot speak, but
communicates in beautiful song. Though she is not seen any more, she is still believed to live in the land of the realm of the Fae. It is believed that the Pillywiggins are the fairies that are most seen by children. They are beautiful winged creatures that resemble tiny humans with insect parts such as antenna's. The Pillywiggins are often spotted riding bees form blossom to blossom during the busy spring season. While some are no doubt tending the new blooms of the spring, others are caring for their children tucked safely away inside their tulip blossom cradles.
Pillywiggins live in groups called “Troops” and are usually associated with a specific place or plant species. Pillywiggins tend to make their homes in wildflower patches, at the foot of an Oak Tree and among poisonous plants such as foxglove , henbane, ragwort and bittersweet.
It is said they host the most elaborate dances and wedding ceremonies in all the land. In humans these faeries value neatness, generosity and the ability to keep a secret.
Pillywiggins often will go unnoticed, but should you ever noticed the ringing of the bluebells. BEWARE!
THEY WILL MAKE THEIR PRESENCE KNOWN IF NATURE IS HARMED OR NEGLECTED. LIKE INSECTS, PILLYWIGGINS SWARM TO INFLICT PAINFUL BITES AND STINGS. SO TAKE CARE WHEN WALKING THROUGH YOUR GARDEN. YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN A PILLYWIGGIN WILL BE TENDING YOUR BLOOMS!










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