Is there a notable difference between Elves and Fae? I have a few faery books and they lump elves, Fae, mermaids, undines, gnomes, trolls and dwarves under the same category. I think I have had past lives as Tuatha de Danann. According to mythology, after the Fomorians defeated the Tuatha, they went underground and became the Sidhe. Last I checked the Sidhe are faeries.What thoughts do you have about this? Feel free to share. :)
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By so many names and in so many ways we know them; appearing and showing their magic in so many forms and measure beyond our limitations
Wallace Macgregor said:
So , what is the difference between fairies and elves ?
Both elves and fairies are considered divinity , or the offspring of divinity .
Elve are depicted more with out wings where as fairies mostly have wings .
Elves more than often are depicted as evil , pranksters , bad etc .
The fairies are shown to be the authorities of fate , or destinies . Remember that the word fairies is from the word fates .
Other beings that have wings are angels and some demons.
And some angels married humans , they found the women beautiful, and they had children .
This is from biblical texts and the book of Enoch.
The bible goes on t o say these children became mighty men of old, mighty men of renoun .
The word renoun in the original Hebrew means of conspicuous authority.
I'm thinking royalty here . Why ? , because in days of old many a Caesar, many a royal considered themselves demigods .
A demigod is half human ,
half divinity yes ?
Would they maybe be presented with wings ? Would they be in a position to appoint destiny to their people ?
I think so .
These angels , also called the watchers , or Grigori (gregor) gave technology and arts to their offspring.