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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Do you believe in magic? The Irish do! Whether called “the Little People,” “the good people,” or “the Gentry,” most non-Irish folk know them as fairies. Traditionally, the Irish believed fairies were supernatural entities who lived beneath the grassy mounds that dot the Irish landscape or in a parallel, invisible world accessed through special stones or trees. While some Irish folk describe experiencing the presence of a fairy or of even seeing one, today many Irish simply believe that fairies can bring

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Do you believe in magic? The Irish do! Whether called “the Little People,” “the good people,” or “the Gentry,” most non-Irish folk know them as fairies. Traditionally, the Irish believed fairies were supernatural entities who lived beneath the grassy mounds that dot the Irish landscape or in a parallel, invisible world accessed through special stones or trees. While some Irish folk describe experiencing the presence of a fairy or of even seeing one, today many Irish simply believe that fairies can bring

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