Backberry vine Faery?

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Backberry vine Faery?

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I did not see an encyclopedia entry for a faery of blackberry vines specifically, but I wonder if there is a certain type?

Two times in the past couple months I have had the pleasure of seeing (third eye), like, a faery or elf in the form of a tiny beautiful young woman with insectoid wings walk out on specifically a himalayan blackberry vine. Both times she provoked me with gesture and telepathic verbal or telepathic non-verbal signalling to join her. I project my consciousness to perceive as another person of her size on the vine with her with great pleasure, although it lasts less than a minute it is vivid and beautiful.

I did not have the correct focus to ask questions like who or what she is, or any question really. It just happens quickly and I'm observing and experiencing, ... it's not a slow contemplative meeting.

I am wondering if anyone has a good thought about who or what this is? My imaginary friend I suppose? I do have a few candidates in my keep that it could be, if it happens again I will ask her name and why/how she has come.


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Sounds intriguing! What a wonderful being that is trying to capture your attention. Maybe the unbounds reading in the shop could help?



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Re: Backberry vine Faery?

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LittleGreenIcon wrote:
Fri Jul 17, 2020 11:08 am
Sounds intriguing! What a wonderful being that is trying to capture your attention. Maybe the unbounds reading in the shop could help?
Oh, good idea


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Re: Backberry vine Faery?

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JaycubL wrote:
Fri Jul 17, 2020 5:34 pm
LittleGreenIcon wrote:
Fri Jul 17, 2020 11:08 am
Sounds intriguing! What a wonderful being that is trying to capture your attention. Maybe the unbounds reading in the shop could help?
Oh, good idea
You might need to email CH support about that listing as it seems to have disappeared from the Shop quite recently.


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