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Letter from Diomira Rose

Diomira Rose (www.diomirarose.com) was a presenter at the 2018 Fairy Congress.  After the event she sent us the following letter:

Thank you so much for inviting me to present at this year’s Fairy Congress. It was truly an honor to be part of such an historic and extraordinary event.

In my experience, The Fairy Congress is a one-of-a-kind gathering for so many reasons, not the least of which is that at its fulcrum is such a powerfully focused and specific intention: to heal and restore the relationships between the human and Fairy worlds.
As this intention and vision has also been at the center of all I do for over a decade, I found a natural home at  Fairy Congress and was easily able to ‘tuck up under’ and harmonize with the heart of your event!

I’d also like to acknowledge you for all of your hard work, dedication and years of commitment.  The result of which is clearly evident to me in the palpable sense of willingness from the invisible realms to meet and greet the human participants.

Also not unnoticed was the strength of relationship and trust that has been fostered over the years with the spirits of the land and the event itself.  And this energy seems to spill out beyond the scheduled ceremonies and rituals into every moment, activity, nook and cranny.

The flame of creative partnerships between human and fairy vividly burns strong at Fairy Congress and in this geographic place once again because of your 18 years of service.  For upon arrivaI I was greeted by two Faery beings, members of what many refer to as the Sidhe.  Seemingly native to the area, I sensed a past that contained a long-standing relationship between these beings and the First Nations who once populated the area.  Between these beings and myself there was an openness and from them to me passed a gesture of welcome.

Later, just before I departed I experienced a sacred communion with the Deva of the Land – beautiful golden rays of lights streamed over the land, the mountains and the valley below.  Then about 10 or so native Sidhe approached.  We spoke at length.  And while I know that you know this, I must pass this along anyway (because we humans sometimes need to hear it).  That is, that the beings I communed with there are so filled with…gratitude hardly feels like it conveys…filled with fullness of celebration and joyful hope and expectancy for humanity.

In closing, I’d like to express my deep gratitude for creating such a tangible bridge between the worlds and for asking me to be a part of it.

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