Bogie in the Fairy Realm

A frightening goblin of English folklore. The bogie is described as little, black, and hairy. It is considered dangerous, mischievous, sly, and is renowned for its intelligence. Parents would

Fairy Ring

A natural mushroom fungus that grows in dark rings on grass and turf. In folklore it is said to be the site where fairies and witches meet at night

Goblins in the Fairy Realm

Goblins are earth spirits. Popular in European folklore, goblins are said to be knee-high, with heavy gray hair and beards. They inhabit the homes of humans, where they indulge

Auki in the Fairy Realm

The mountain spirit of Peru who inhabits the high Andes, is called upon by the brujos (shamans) to heal the sick. The brujos will call the auki by whistling.

Elf Arrows

Arrowhead-shaped flints from the Stone Age found in many parts of the British Isles, Europe and northern Africa, which witches supposedly used as weapons against animals and people. Elf-arrow

Nymph in the Fairy Realm

Nymphs are female water spirits that appear in classical Greek and Roman mythology. They are portrayed as beautiful maidens dressed in gossamer gowns, with long flowing hair. The nymphs

Gnome in the Fairy Realm

Considered to be a nature spirit or elemental, gnomes resemble dwarfs with small stocky bodies and usually appear as little old men dressed in monks’ habits. Gnomes live in

The Fair Folk

The people of the mounds, those who live in the hollow hills, are held within the earth’s deep embrace. These are often known as the Fair Folk, Faerie or


A host of supernatural beings and spirits who exist between earth and heaven. Both good and evil, fairies have been associated with witches. During the witch hunts in Europe

Leprechaun in the Fairy Realm

The folklore of Ireland is filled with famous tales of this fairy shoemaker. The Leprechaun is depicted as having a wizened face, gray beard, and twinkling eyes. He wears

Elf in the Fairy Realm

Found in British, Scandinavian, and Teutonic folklore, elves are tiny, human-shaped supernatural beings who resemble little old men. However, elf maidens are considered to be young and very beautiful. They

How to Make Fairy Dust

Items needed: A blender or coffee grinder, silver glitter, dark blue jar, three silver coins, silver paint or a silver marker, and the following dried herbs ground into a

Imp/Impa in the Fairy Realm

A mischievous minor fiend often described as being a childlike offspring of the Devil. Imps manifest in many different forms. The most popular form is that of an evil-looking infant

Brownie in the Fairy Realm

A household spirit popular in northern English and Scottish folklore, the brownie is a very small, brown, shaggy human and usually dresses in ragged brown clothes. Brownies are considered

Fairy Wishing Spell

For this spell, you will need a small white birthday candle, a silver coin, seven moon cookies (sugar cookies cut into crescent moons), and a secluded wooded area where

Pixie in the Fairy Realm

These small creatures are said to have red hair, small, turned-up noses, pointed ears, and pale, youthful faces. They are especially attracted to gardens in bloom and take up

The Grass Fairy

Many animals rely on the grass fairy to nurture better grass and grains for their feed. He works with a squad of other Fairies bringing sweet briar and elderflowers

Deva in the Fairy Realm

In New Age philosophy, devas are the guardians of nature and are responsible for building up forms on the inner planes as well as on the physical plane. The