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Fairies from Outer Space

Frederick Dodson

Frederick Dodson

This is another free excerpt from my upcoming book “The Secret History of Polynesia”. The book uses Etymology, Metaphysics, Mythology and Religion to uncover our Hidden History. Another excerpt from the book is available here

While researching ancient Polynesia, the word for “star” kept coming up as “Fe”. This is the ancient European word for fairy. Do fairies come from the stars? To answer this, let’s briefly digress from Polynesia.

I believe that Fairies, Elves, Nymphs, Giants, Mermaids and other “mythical creatures” were real and that they were extra-terrestrial.

In the stories of ancient Wales, there are two prominent figures called Gwenhidw, the Queen of Mermaids and her husband Gwydion ab Don, a powerful magician.

Quoted directly from the Welsh Classical Dictionary:

His residence was among the stars and called Caer Gwydion.”

There are many references to “mythical” characters coming from outer space. I just didn’t know it, because it wasn’t mentioned in childhood Disney movies about fairies.

My attempt to get Caer Gwydion properly translated, proved confusing. In the Welsh Dictionary, it was translated as “Fort of Gwydion” and as “Milky Way”, as well as “Castle in the Milky way”.

When his wife, Gwenhidw was on Earth, she is said to be living “among the clouds”. Older generations of Welsh people have referred to cloud-trails in the sky as “the sheep of Gwenhidw”. Apparently she used some kind of flying device.

Fairies are also often described as being in the air, roaming the clouds, being in the clouds, behind them and travelling on “wheels of fire”. Flying fairies became so common, that we depicted them with wings in the Victorian era. But before that, fairies were simply beings who had landed from the sky, dwelt on earth and sometimes flew back up.

The ancient Scandinavians believed in the existence of the Ljosalfar, the light-elves. The light-elves are said to be tall, shining and beautiful Beings who lived in a place “between Earth and the Heavens”.

Where is “between Earth and the Heavens”? It is in what we call “outer space”, the realm of physical planets and stars that you see in your night sky (To prove this was one purpose of my book Levels of Heaven and Hell).

The Norse also believed that there were elves living below Earth. These subterranean elves were said to be skilled at creating metals and armor.

The fairy beings from space and the ones living in forests and under the Earth are also found in thousands of old stories and books of Ireland and Scotland. There, they are called the Sidhe. The texts say that they belong both to earthly and heavenly realms.

What does that mean? It means they are interstellar travellers–real ETs.

The Sidhe are claimed to be aristocratic, powerful and “more mature” than humans. But this didn’t stop them from mating with and marrying humans. There are stories of half-fairies, half-mermaids, half-gods as a result of human-alien mating. Sexual relations between non-terrestrials and humans are mentioned in “Mythology” across the globe and also in the Bible, Genesis Chapter 6, verse 4:

“There were giants on the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men and they bore children to them, the same became mighty men who were of old, men of renown.”

Even today, there are families that claim blood lineage from the ancient fairy folk, such as the McLeod or MacLeod Clan of Scotland. In even older times, it was common for Kings to claim lineage from “half gods” who came from the stars (see, for example, the Egyptian list of Kings that goes from human, to half-god, to “gods”, the further you go back in time).

The Irish also called fairies the “Daoine Uaisle”, the noble people. These were said to originate from “another realm beyond the sky”. Upon their arrival on Earth, they are said to have taken residence in the hills and mountains.

But what are they doing on Earth? What Business do they have here?

The old tales of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland seem to agree that the fairies and elves were “beings too good to be condemned to Hell, but not good enough to be allowed to enter Heaven”. They therefore wander the Earth and travel the stars. It is said the elves are fallen angels, “cast out of Heaven”, but too good for Hell. Some of them hope to ascend back to Heaven. Some researchers say that these are “Christianized” versions of fairy stories and that the oldest stories contained no such information. But their status as “fallen angels” is consistent with mythology from other parts of the world (see my two previous books).

Examples of fairy tales mentioning these recurring themes are too many to count. Just to pick one of many examples:

The Mari people are an ethnic group living in the Mari El Republic of Russia. The word “Mari” is said to derive from their word for human or mortal, which is marya. Their Religion speaks of the existence of various “gods”, and “half gods” who rule over Earth, Moon, the Planets, the Stars and a god who rules over the entire Universe. There is also a species of fairy called Albastor. Of these “fairies” it is said that they look like shooting stars when they travel in the sky. They could also shapeshift, taking on different forms, such as Giant or Dwarf, to deceive humans or seduce them into sex. Why do the Albastor look like shooting stars when they travel? It is because they are interstellar travellers.

The New Zealand Maori say that they arrived to New Zealand 3500 years ago, came upon small fairy people living in the forests and under the Earth. Some of them lived only atop mountains,  afraid to come down. Most were afraid of light, only emerging at night. The more benevolent among these beings taught the Maori magic spells, games and methods of fishing. Some of them taught them the names and locations of different stars. The malevolent among the fairies, abducted their women and children for sex or to eat their flesh.

All this aligns with what we’ve already learned in my two previous books. I have previously shown this map of Norse Mythology:

The map places the realm of elves (Alfheim) below the higher realm (Asgard) but above the human realm (Midgard). And in case you haven’t noticed: The “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, mirrors all of this.

The beings made of shining light are in Alfheim, which is at the same level as Muspelheim–the realm of fire-demons. Yes, these are the same demons mentioned in Christianity and the “smokeless fire” Jinn mentioned in Islam.

The question that naturally arises: Are these extra-terrestrials friend or foe? They have appeared as both. But it cannot be denied that there is an element of mutual fear. Fairies have hidden from humans and humans have run away from the fairies. There also appears to be an element of anger or envy. Humans are permitted to live on Earths surface or physically able to, without sun protection. The fairies and giants appear to live at night and in caves to protect from the sun or because there appears to be some kind of cosmic or heavenly decree that says they must not intervene in the affairs of humans.

Across the Pacific, fairies were said to be living, physical Beings that could be seen and touched. For example, there is a place in Rarotonga called Aupuru, where the fairies were seen bathing and playing.

There are Irish folk talks ranging back more than a thousand years, speaking of Tuatha de Dannan, “the people of Dana”, Dana being a “goddess”. But the word could also mean “D Ana” for “the ancestors”, because the Irish word “Dana” refers to the genealogical, ancestral family line. On Wikipedia they are called “a supernatural race”. These people later became known as “the fairies”. But they differed greatly from what we think of as fairies (our view of fairies being distorted by Victorian-era “fairy tales” and 20th Century Disney-movies).

Modern Alien Abduction and UFO Contact accounts are not much different from ancient fairy-contact accounts. They appear to be the same thing, with one dressed in modern clothing. Both have in common that humans are abducted. That technological marvels, mistaken for “magic” are shown. That instant healing is performed sometimes. That humans get sexually molested. Maybe ancient fairy-abduction and modern alien-abduction are the same thing. A few examples of ancient abduction through fairies:

In the folklore of Europe there is a concept called “The Wild Hunt” or “The Furious Army”. It is said that at this event, the fairies are permitted to hunt down and abduct unbaptized babies.

In Hungarian legend, there is a fairy woman named Dame Hirip (Dame is German for Lady) who abducted young women and girls.

In Irish mythology, a figure called “The Dark Man” (Far Dorocha) is sent out by the fairy Queen of the Underworld, with the task of abducting humans to take them back to fairyland.

A human-abducting fairy called Malekin was said to roam around Dagworthy Castle in Suffolk, England. This fairy used the voice of a child to fool and lure people. The word “Mal Kin” is ancient tongue for “evil child”.

On the Island of Manx, there were a people called “Sleigh Beggey” (little people), said to be the inhabitants of ancient. They lived in underground “burghs” and sometimes ventured outside to abduct humans.

The Dragons of old are also said to be into the abduction of humans and children. European mythology describes them as wingless reptilian creatures, with bodily scales, living either under Earth or in waters. They are frequently linked to hording treasure and luxury.

The Dana people could erase a persons’ memory, clone humans in subterranean facilities, fly in airships, travel underwater, change the weather and much more. They came to earth to battle their fiercest enemy–the Fomorians. These Fomorians were a “race of Giants” who had been terrorizing humanity with violence. They practiced human sacrifice, which the Tuatha de Dannan opposed. I have come across the word “Mo” (ancient German for “Man”) being used for Giants across many cultures and the Irish Fo-Mo-Rian are no exception.

Where did the Tuatha de Dannan come from? Literally, “from the Heavens” and “on the wings of the wind”. It is said that “the truth was not known beneath the sky of stars whether they were of Heaven or Earth”. While ancient accounts have them floating down from the sky, later renderings claim they arrived in vessels from the sea. Upon landing, they eventually defeated the Fomorian Giants, and another people called the Fir Bolgs.

Even though fairies and elves are called “nature spirits” in school books, on Wikipedia, in the top Google Results and in academic text books, the ancients said that they were flesh and blood beings who had sexual relations with humans and fathered children.

In Irish, these “god-like” beings were called Aes Sidhe, with the word Aes supposedly meaning “race”. An interesting parallel: The Norse Gods were also called Aes or Aesir. That’s probably not a coincidence. As I say in EL, the word “As” was an ancient term for the flying-saucers with which these human “gods” roamed the air.

Researchers have speculated that the People of Danna were in Ireland in the time between 5000 and 3000 B.C. based on the carbon-dating of megalithic ancient sites such as the Newgrange Monument.

The reign of the Dannan eventually ended after they set up human kingship and left. Where did they leave to? I found no mention of that. But if they have to set up and train human kings before leaving, their journey was likely to be very far away, perhaps off-planet. We see parallels to this in the Sumerian and Egyptian Kings, where humans took the reins after the gods left.

Why did they leave? Some say they wished for humans to manage their own fate. Other tales say they were attacked by a people called Milesians, who came from Iberia and drove the Dannan into hiding in forests, mountains and subterranean dwellings (just like the Giants went underground to hide from the Dannan thousands of years before).

The first Kings post-Dannan, were “half Dannan” in lineage, with the lineage becoming increasingly diluted over time. A prominent King of the Dannan was called Manannan (ag. for Man Ancestor). He ordered his people to disperse and go into hiding after many defeats to the Milesians. Manannans appearance among the people was frequently described with the term “wheel of fire”.

The most famous figure of Irish Mythology post-Dannan, as Mog Ruith, a descendant of the Dannan lineage, and known as a “Druid”. The word Druid meant something other than it does today. A Druid was a learned person or scholar, not some cloak-and-hood wearing cultist casting spells in the woods. Mog Ruith owned a flying machine called “Rowing Wheel”, “Rotating Wheel” or “Wheel of Light”. He was said to have assisted a guy named Simon Magus (Simon the Magician) with the building of his own flying wheel. History knows Simo Magus as a resident of Samaria (modern Israel), a convert to Christianity, a heretic to Christianity after having a clash with Peter (disciple of Christ), the founder of Gnosticism, a formidable magician and many other contradictory things. There are biblical Apocrypha (biblical books that did not make it into the officially sanctioned version of the Bible) that mention how Simon could “fly at will”. Interestingly, Simon lived in the village of Gitta, that was said to have been settled by the Jewish Tribe of Dan. Are the biblical Tribe of Dan, the Irish tribe of Dannan? Possibly.

Irish legend insists that Mog Ruith, who lived on Valentia Island, off the coast of Kerry, helped Simon build a flying device, called “Roth Ramhach”, with which he sailed the air. Some accounts claim that Simon Magus wanted the flying wheel to show Peter and the other Apostles of Christ, that he was “superior” to them.

Saint Columba (or Colmcille in Irish) of Knock, Ireland, born in the year 521, gave a prophecy saying that these “strange ships” would appear again “at the end of days” and that they would carry 1000 beds and 1000 men in those beds.

In my two previous books, I have already identified ancient flying saucers as the chosen vehicles of our spacefaring ancestors and an assortment of “fallen angels”. Saint Colmcille appears to have had a vision of flying-saucer motherships (1000 men) reappearing in the “end times”.

The Wheel of Light was, in Irish, called Roth Ramhach, Roth Ramach, Roth Fail and Roth Fal. The word “Roth” is translated from ancient Irish as “Wheel”. It is where we get the English word “to rotate”. The ancient German word for “to twist” is the same word, wroth, sometimes spelled roth. The old Latin word is rota. The word Fail or Fal means light, ring, circle, fate and destiny. Ireland itself used to be called “Inis Fail” for “Island of Fate”. Thus, the famous Rothschild family, does not mean Red-Shield, as widely claimed, but “rotating plate” or in modern English, simply flying saucer. Royal bloodlines liked to show their extra-terrestrial credentials in their family names. Showing off “heavenly lineage” ranges all the way back to Sumeria and ancient Egypt.

The Maori word Kare-a-roto means passionate or strong emotion. Contained in that translation is the very arcane knowledge that strong emotions are energy rotating, hence ka-re-a-roto, the rays are rotating. In the language of Rarotonga, Roto refers to certain cycles of the moon, believe it or not. In the language of Tongareva, the word roto means “center”. I don’t have to explain the connection to rotation, do I?

Ramach is translated as either spades, shovels or oars. Roth Fail appears to be the earliest name. The vehicles of the fairies are therefore called “Wheels of Light”, and their origin is another Planet or Realm.

Flying saucers are one type of ship, the other type is the flying wheels with spokes. These are referenced in old Hindu texts and also appear to be the ones St. Colum-Cille is referring to. There have been tens of thousands of modern “UFO” sightings of things looking like gigantic ferris wheels in the sky. When the biblical Ezekiel spoke of seeing a “wheel within a wheel” descend from the sky, he was possibly referring to something similar. The ferris-wheel sky-craft has also been depicted on various medieval paintings. Consider this coin from 1860:

This is quoted from the 1874 book Practical Guide to the Isle of Man:

“Some fishermen long ago arrived on the shore of an Island which they had never seen or heard of because it was always enveloped in a magic cloud. They landed and presently came rolling on the mist something like a wheel of fire with legs for spokes, and the portent so frightened the men that they fled to their boats. But the charm was broken, the Isle of Man had been discovered and its possession has been disputed by men and faries ever since.”

A three spoked wheel became the emblem for the Isle of Man and even today the country’s flag three running human legs, as if they were running spokes, minus the outer rim of the wheel.

 

And this, for comparison, is the emblem or badge of the MacLeod Clan of Scotland, who trace their lineage back to the fairies:

The family crest of the MacLeod Clain is the horned Bull. That’s not a coincidence either, none of this is. It’s a reference to their origin in the Taurus star-system, referenced as our place of origin in my previous book.

In the name McLeod, we have the ancient German word “Od” (Universe, God). Their Gaelic name is Siol Torcall, translated as “Seed of Torcall”. “All” is another ancient German name for Outer Space or Universe. Tor-c-all is “Gate to Space” (Stargate). In the word Si-Ol, for seed, we have the ancient German word for Blood, Ol (which is also the origin of our word for Oil).

This is a direct quote from the book “The History of Ireland” by the 17th Century Historian Geoffrey Keating:

“Eire, the wife of Mac Greine, one of the princes of the country, with as many of her flying troops as she could keep together, retired to Tailton and there related the misfortunes she had met with and how she was routed by the enemy, and the choicest of her men were slain.”

Yes, that’s from a History book, not a work of science-fiction.

We find the same in legends of ancient China, Hindu Mythology, the oral History of the Aborigines and anywhere we bother to look, in fact.

The most famous Norse “God”, Odin travelled on a “flying ship” called Skibladnir. It was big enough to carry an entire army. The ship could sail as easily on water as in the air. And they didn’t need to worry about wind conditions because the ship “supplied its own breeze”. Obviously it had some kind of engine.

Let’s try dissecting the word Skibladnir. Off the bat, I understand “blad”, which is ancient Norse and German for “Plate”, just like the word “Schild”. There’s that saucer again! The word ski and skid mean “to slide sideways”, “to slide along”, “to slide downwards” and can even be understood in modern English. It can also refer to a beam or plank. I am not sure what “nir” stands for, but I am entirely satisfied with “plate that slides sideways”. The name gives us a first hint of how flying saucers maneuver.

The wife of Odin and sky goddess over the Vikings, Frigga, also operated a flying object that was compare to a wheel, “a jeweled spinning wheel”, “a wheel that shone brightly in the sky”. The Valkyries were golden-haired women whose “horses galloped through the realms of the air”.

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Excerpted from the upcoming book “The Secret History of Polynesia” by Frederick Dodson.

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