Doreen Virtue Fairyologist Review

I am 3/4 of the way through the Doreen Virtue Fairyologist online class. I’m enjoying it because it’s gotten me thinking about the Fairy realm again. I would like to do more to promote them! They have such a great message: caring for the Earth and all the animals and plants on it. I guess environmentalism is still an important and needed message since President Trump resigned from the Paris Climate Change Agreement yesterday!

That said, the videos in the course are super-short and the course seems a bit thrown together. I wasn’t expecting it to include things like the Huna beings in Hawaii or how to craft a Fairy circle in your garden. But she does have a lot of knowledge about the history of Fairies and it’s clear that she has researched them for years.

Also, her Hawaii estate is in every video (the one she sold to start her rescue ranch) and it’s SO BEAUTIFUL. It has/had a Fairy door and a Fairy stone fence with wrought-iron lamps to light at night. Maybe someone should start a Fairy park for adults? In the U.K., there are Faery fairs where adults dress up in Fairy wings and dresses 🙂

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Britney Spears = Flower Fairy

I’m taking Doreen Virtue’s Fairyologist course (it was half off this week!), and while watching her videos I came to realize that Britney Spears is a Flower Fairy! She definitely meets the criteria that Doreen laid out:

  • into dancing and music
  • sexy
  • super beautiful face
  • very sweet personality, similar to an Angelic personality
  • shy (in interviews, Britney is shy)
  • love wearing girly outfits in bright, happy flower colors

Also, I believe Britney has dressed up as a fairy, angel and a butterfly in her stage costumes?

Fairy hybrids are fascinating! It means a human crossed with a magical Fairy.

I think I’m a Tree Fairy hybrid. Tree Fairies are not soooo sugary-sweet and into pink flowers and shimmery glitter as a Flower Fairy. Tree Fairies like woodsy colors like green and brown and are a little tougher, since they fend for themselves in the woods. Side note: I always thought Fairies lived alone, but Doreen said Tree Fairies can live in groups, like the Elves do.

What is my review of Doreen’s Fairyologist course? Read it here.