79 – Faerie and the Afterlife

catrin welz stein angel
by Catrin Welz Stein

The Afterlife: It’s perfectly complicated.

We think we know a bit about it, but do we really?

There may be so much more to learn.

john bauer death (2)
by John Bauer.

In this episode, Kitty asks you to put your notion of the Afterlife to the side, just for a bit. Through tale and poems, we take an entirely non-morbid look at death and what may follow after.

edmund dulac death (3)
by Edmund Dulac.

Together we discover that the Good People might play a part in ‘life’ after death for many Humans and ponder:

how the Good People decide which Humans will stay with them after they have died?

if Humans we regard as ‘Spirits’ live among Faerie, what does that tell us about Faerie?

is it time we take a fresh look at the notion of ‘Faerie’ and ‘Death’?

Join Kitty for a chat on this most curious topic.

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teacup catrin welz stein
by Catrin Welz Stein.

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I would love to reach 1,000 Subscribers on the ‘Encounters with the Good People’ YouTube channel.

Having over 1,000 Subscribers will allow me to build a ‘Community Channel‘ which will make it super easy for me to communicate and interact with viewers of Encounters with the Good People’ on YouTube.

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***Changes to my YouTube Channel ***

It occurs to me that the Good People likely have little care for pesky numbers and lists and all such restrictions (they have better things to do!). So… I am no longer producing my Podcast YouTube videos in order, it’s random from hereon in!

Dan and I will now lovingly transform our Audio Podcast into a visual feast for your viewing pleasure in a random order. Let me know if there is an episode you are particularly hanging out to see on YouTube and I’ll see what I can do!!!

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Do you have your own tale of a Faerie sighting or encounter?
Perhaps you have your own story to share?

Kitty would love to hear from you and share your tale on our website.

Our website is bursting with true, and amazing, tales of encounters with the Good People from folk all over the world. You’re sure to find a tale there to get you thinking… Thanks to everyone who has shared their own experiences with us so far.

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Podcast Credits

stephen mackey grave
by Stephen Mackey.

Edited by Magic Dan.
Tale from duchas.ie
‘Death’ by Clarence E. Flynn (1899-1958).
‘Ghost Fairies’ by Frank Dempster Sherman (1860-1916).

Theme Music:
‘Irish Coffee’ by Giorgio di Campo.

Additional Music:
‘Funeral March’ written by Chopin. By FreeMusic109 – No Copyright Music.
‘Calm but Suspenseful’ by Marc v/d Meulen.
‘The Parting Glass’ by Alexander Nakarada.
‘Deep Horrors’ by Kevin MacLeod.

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