* FAERIES *

In Memory Of my father, Stanley Garvin (April 24, 1938 to January 14, 1997)

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A quote on the lonely fate of fairies in our own century:
"Bulldozers now level fairy raths and sweep away fairy trees, and the Good People appear to be unable to defend and preserve their homes. No farmer nowadays would allow some of the milk from his milking machine to run off on the ground as tribute for the fairies. Nobody ever applies to the fairies for permission and approval when he wishes to build a house. Fairy places and fairy passes are no longer treated with respect. All this is obvious to anyone who looks around at the Ireland of today."
From The Old Gods: The Facts about Irish Fairies by Patrick Logan

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