A fairy is an evil spirit. The word ‘fairytales’ derives from the hidden meaning behind these stories, which is known to these spirit beings and those who worship them — referred to in the occult world as the ‘initiated’ or ‘illuminated’ — but hidden from ordinary humans — referred to in the occult world as the ‘profane’ or ‘uninitiated’. Many of these tales present fairies/fairy godmothers as ‘helpers’ and ‘rescuers’.
Myths from Russia, Germany, Japan, China, Persia, Scandinavia, Africa, Australia, North American, South and Central America, Yugoslavia, Britian, France and other places have given rise to numerous folktales and fairytales, which have been adapted to various media for expression, from nursery rhymes to opera. Before the Brothers Grimm — Wilhelm and Jacob — gathered their collection of well-known German folk fairytales into a single written volume in the 19th century, these stories followed an oral tradition, passed down generations.
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