When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, writer of the fictional detective stories of Sherlock Homes, was asked by The Strand Magazine to write a Christmas 1920 article about fairies, Conan Doyle used as illustrations two of five photographs taken in 1917 by English cousins living in Cottingley, Bradford, Elsie Wright (16) and Frances Griffiths (9), of themselves with painted cardboard figures, although Frances always maintained that the fifth photo was genuine, `Fairies And Their Sun-Bath`, even after the hoax was admitted in an early 1980s edition of a `TV magazine`, presented by a British science fiction writer, Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers,1 `Fairies, Phantoms, and Fantastic Photographs`. Conan Doyle used the other three photos in a 1921 article for The Strand Magazine as a preliminary to his publishing the book, The Coming Of The Fairies (1922), in which he describes the fifth Cottingley fairy photo: `Seated on the upper left hand edge with wing well displayed is an undraped fairy apparently considering whether it is time to get up. An earlier riser of more mature age is seen on the right possessing abundant hair and wonderful wings. Her slightly denser body can be glimpsed within her fairy dress.`2 The absence of fairies in people`s lives, and the obvious yearning for their invisible presence, is indicative of a desire to see and not to be seen, which is what the girls Elsie and Frances from Yorkshire discovered when they found themselves the cynosure of all eyes when the photographs of fairies beside the girls became public. The girls obviously wanted to be seen and wanted to see, although it`s probably true that the fairies wouldn`t have wanted to be seen by a more adult audience, because scientific minds have a habit of taking things apart without any thought of being able to put them back together. Consequently, fairies hide because they fear adults and don`t want to be seen.
In ancient Rome the fasces bundle of wood and an ax was a symbol of blinding. Roman generals would have a stockade built inside which they would plan a campaign, that is, a blind. The fasces was often described as a bundle of rods with an ax at the center and in optometry the colored part of the eye contains rods which improve night vision, that is, a person can see in the dark. Consequently, as rods with an ax the fasces represent the blinding of the eye that can penetrate the darkness to see. Benito Mussolini was the Italian fascist leader elected as dictator in Rome in 1922 with the fasces as his symbol, and by 1933 Adolf Hitler of the German National Socialist (Nazi) Party had been elected in Germany with the Italian fasces of Mussolini as his adopted symbol before his construction of blinds behind which the pogroming of 20, 000, 000 Jews took place during his `death camp` dictatorship. The Jews of Palestine were known throughout the world as the `chosen people` of the Bible, which was the Old Testament of their history and law, the Torah and Talmud, before Jesus` New Testament depicting the Roman Empire`s occupation of Palestine. Jesus` teaching was: `Love your neighbor as you love yourself.` (Mk: 12. 31) However, he was taken to the hill of Calvary outside Jerusalem by the Romans and nailed to a cross of wood and left to die as a `dissident`. Born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, Jesus was uncontaminated by male semen, that is, he was `woman`s seed`, so when Jesus` disciple, Judas, who was known for stealing from the collection plate after a sermon by the Messiah, saw a woman anointing Jesus` feet with the expensive perfume spikenard, he suggested that the perfume be sold to raise money, and Jesus rebuked him: `Leave her alone.` (Mk: 14. 6) At what came to be known as the `Last Supper` Jesus as the human host offered `bread and wine` in fellowship to the disciples as symbols of the human host`s `body and blood` but Judas betrayed Jesus for `thirty pieces of silver` to the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, who handed Jesus over to the Romans and crucifixion because Judas didn`t want Jesus` `seed` to sexually reproduce with a woman. As it`s Jewish tradition that a Jew can`t be born unless from a woman, a woman is a Jew, which explains Adolf Hitler`s pogrom. Like Judas he didn`t want `woman`s seed`. Although Jesus is described in the New Testament as walking on the sea of Galilee, during a storm, to calm the fears of his disciples, it wasn`t because he had wings like the fairies in the Cottingley photos, but because he was `woman`s seed`, which the fascists didn`t want, because then humans would see.
Humanity`s first betrayer was the angel, Satan, who`d rejected God`s plan that the human host would be greater than the angelic, so God had turned Satan into a serpent and placed him in humankind`s original home, the garden of Eden, which was heaven on Earth, or paradise. The serpent, Satan, tempted Eve to `eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil`, which was death, saying `You shall be as gods.` (Gen: 3. 5) God expelled Eve, the first woman, and Adam, the first man, from Eden for rejecting the `fruit of the tree of life`, which was immortality, in exchange for power in host womb parasitism through the succeeding generations` blind unconscious ignorance in ephemerality. God told Adam he must labor, and Eve would experience labor pain; before Redemption. Eve`s `seed` would have `enmity` with the `serpent`s seed`, God told her: `You shall crush his head with your foot but he shall bruise your heel.` (Gen: 3. 15) In Christian iconography, Jesus` mother, the Virgin Mary, is depicted crushing the head of the serpent with her `foot`, because Jesus born uncontaminated by male semen is her `foot`. After his death, Jesus had Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of `woman`s seed`, because futanarian women`s humanity have the capacity to sexually reproduce their own brainpower with each other. As `woman`s seed`, and for those labor saving technologies, and medical science conferring the immortality needed to operate and maintain those technologies, to free their species as if on wings from host womb slavery in parasitism: `And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war upon the remnant of her seed.` (Rev: 12. 17) The Nazi pogroms against `woman`s seed` effectively beheaded the human race to prevent her from seeing, which is what `fairy` men do.
As a pejorative, `fairy` is used to label someone as homosexual: `Men cursed the God of heaven for their pains and their sores but refused to repent of what they had done.` (Rev: 16. 11) What they`d done was reject `woman`s seed` in mixing blood, shit and semen in each others` anuses to spread the `blood plague` (Rev: 11. 6) of HIV/AIDS late 20th century `incurable killer disease` as a `biological weapon` keeping women in fearful faithfulness to ring slavery, rather than to each other as a single species: `Mystery, Babylon the great, mother of harlots and of the abominations of the Earth.` (Rev: 17. 5) Although Babylon is described as `a woman` in the Bible, Babylon (c. 4000 B.C.) was the capital city of the Persian Empire, and like ancient Greece, where host womb enslavement of women in institutionalized homosexuality in pederasty for war obtained, Babylon was whored by men to practice their abomination of blinding `woman`s seed`. Although Jesus isn`t reported to have had wings when he walked on water, Judas` prevention of his `seed` spreading the capability suggests that the invisibility of fairies after the Cottingley photographs owes something to the treachery of the `fairy` men of the `serpent`s seed` who, in Satanism, don`t want the human host to be greater than the angelic: `When the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified.` (Matt: 14. 26) The winged fairies, with the girls from Bradford, Yorkshire, in the Cottingley photographs, were as human as Jesus walking on the sea of Galilee borne up by invisible wings. `The `fairy` men, who`re the `serpent`s seed` of the parasitoid devouring dragon waging war against `woman`s seed` upon the Earth, are for homosexuality in pederasty`s host womb enslavement of women`s futanarian humanity, whereas the humans are the true fairies, with wings visible or otherwise, because they try to see beautiful without blindingly.
1 Ford, Anna (narrator), and Arthur C. Clarke (presenter) Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers, Episode 6, Season 1, ITV, May 22, 1985.
2 Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur The Coming Of The Fairies, 2006, p. 103.