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STONEHENGE AND THE HUMAN FAIRIES, PART 5

STONEHENGE AND THE HUMAN FAIRIES, PART 5

by C.Jill Hefte

May 1, 2017

Will not forget,

the stones that are set in

round, on Salisbury plaines. Though who put ’em there, ’tis hard to declare

The Romans, or Merlin, or Danes.

Walter Pope in 1676

In the seas, the humans with fish tails tried to regain supremacy, but the cunning human would wait and slaughter mermen woman and children when they spawned in the lagoons, sparing no one.

The two-legged humans tricked the human fairies to rest in the night, in the moon’s grace, when magic sleeps and savagely mutilated them mid-back where the ancient ‘wing magic’ resides, crippling their essence.

By morning, most human fairies were dead in pools of their own red blood. Many crusades were fought to kill all human fairies and more blood was shed to take their property. Those not slaughtered were captured and taken prisoner to become slaves to the human.

Some human fairies escaped and hid in far away places trying to survive and save their culture in dense forests and deserts only to have their homes confiscated by more humans whose population continued to grow and always wanted more.

So, there were more humans on Earth now, and less human fairies. It was decided by the elders of the human fairies to look for another place in the universe to live and the first astronauts ventured into the universe seeking their new home.

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