I read the following descriptions of 4 saints with interest, St.Edmund of Abingdon, while wandering near the Thames, beheld a ‘fayr chylde in whyte clothynge which sayd, “Hayle, felowe that goest alone”‘ Do not detect anything overtly christian in this. St.Frideswide, while escaping with her 2 sisters from Algar, a Saxon prince, along the Thames, met a fair youth clad in dazzling white who rowed them across and 10 miles down river. The Anglo-Saxon aelf was associated with both whiteness and aelfscynne, or brightness/supernatural beauty(lit. elf-sheen). Joan of Arc only identified her vision as a beautiful lady, and the tree and well the vision occurred at, were well known as a haunt of fairies. Also one of the charges against her for which she was burned was consorting with fairies. It is known that many fairies delight in bloodshed and strife among humans, as well as there association with death/dying. Also their bargains/gifts often have a sting in the tail(with no fine print to read). As recently as Bernadette at Lourdes, she described the vision as only a beautiful lady, it wasn’t until interrogation and confinement in a nunnery, that the church identified her as ‘The Virgin Mary”.
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