By Elle Casey
Name to palms is publication within the conflict of the Fae, YA fable series.
Follow Jayne Sparks, the (still) potty-mouthed seventeen-year-old and newly replaced elemental fae and her acquaintances - an incubus, a daemon, a eco-friendly elf, a water sprite and a pixie - as they try to discover their locations within the mild Fae group of the fairway woodland and get ready for the approaching conflict opposed to the darkish Fae.
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But the boy got hold of him and made the sign, and carried him till he came to the bridge. At first he could not lift him, but after he had made the sign he was quite light. And the woman turned home again, and never had a touch after. It’s a good job the boy had been taught the sign. It was one among them that wanted the wife. A woman and a boy we often saw coming to the door, and she was the matchmaker. And when we would go out, they would have vanished’. He told us some other little odds and ends about a warning his uncle had given against cutting down a certain bush before his house, and how, when it was cut down twenty years after his uncle’s death, a bullock died; and that ‘Danes hate Irishmen to this day’, and that ‘when there is a marriage in Denmark’, he has been told, ‘the estates they owned in Ireland are handed down’ (I have heard something like this in Sligo also); and then, evidently feeling that he was telling us a great mystery, he said, ‘The cure I made with seven parts, and I took three parts of each, and I said, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit be on it, and with that I could go into a forth or any place.
Kirwan spoke of seeing his spirits, and Langan his, while in their ordinary state; but only those who are at times ‘away’, that is, who are believed to go away among the spirits, while their bodies are in a trance, are thought to be able to bring back those who are ‘away’. In ancient Ireland it was only a File who had the knowledge of a certain ritual called the imbas forosna, or great science which enlightens, whereby he could pass as many as nine days in trance, who had the full knowledge of his order.
Thomas Davis New Ireland, 17 July 1915 25. Sir Hugh Lane’s Pictures The Observer, January 21, 1917 26. Major Robert Gregory The Observer, February 17, 1918 27. The Irish Dramatic Movement The Voice of Ireland, 1923 28. Nobel Prize Acceptance Les Prix Nobel en 1923, 1924 29. Miss Sara Allgood The Irish Times, January 19, 1924 30. A Memory of Synge The Irish Statesman, July 5, 1924 31. Compulsory Gaelic The Irish Statesman, August 2, 1924 32. Royal Irish Society Awards at the Tailteann Festival The Transatlantic Review, November 1924 33.