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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Peri, Dakini, Fairy, Pari & The Mixed Lot
Pari of SEA is said of female origin and they like to dwell on tall trees
similar to that of Langsuir. Some folks believe Hantu Pari have their separate
civilization same as Orang Bunian. Hantu Pari is believed to be extremely
beautiful with round bright eyes and long hairs, they like to wear long white
gown. These Hantu Pari like to sit on tall tree branches on full moon night
while observing passerby especially young handsome males. Hantu Pari have 7
sisters and they may materialize to human singularly, either one or at most at
a number of 7.
Pari from Southeast Asia may be originated from Peri, a type of Iranian Pre-Zoroastrianism
female spirit mainly concentrated at the western Himalayas. They are said to be
lived in castles on top of mountains. Some even mentioned that Peri is a type
of supernatural creature fond of harming human.
I think the
word ‘fairy’ must have stem from the Persian Peri. The westerners believe
fairies are normally tiny astral creatures often with wings that live in the
forests. There are many ways to attract fairies; some came out with fairy oils,
fairy cookies, incense etc. One can now purchase an assortment of these items
in eBay or any metaphysical shops online.
Below is a
chant for calling fairies:
“I believe in fairies,
sure as death!”
Gutterpus and Cass!
Come to me fairy!
Each lad and lass!
believed to be able to aid in a magician’s magic ritual for protection, drawing
money, information and raising psychic awareness etc.
It is also
said that western fairies like flowers and they also fond of hanging around
huge trees. So whenever you are in the forest, try the below chants to attract
these spiritual creatures to you:
Sweet fairy folk of
It is joy I wish for
Please dear fairies
believe in me,
I am good and honest
many types of western fairies: Afanc (Celtic), Banshee (Ireland & Scotland),
Merrows (Ireland) etc.
Just one word
of caution: NOT all fairies are cute and small!
Dakini is also known as ‘sky dancer’ (空行母)in Tantric
Buddhism. Although there are scholars tried to associate Dakini with Peri or
Fairy; basically in the perspective of Trantric Buddhism, a Dakini is an
accomplished female yoga practitioner, i.e. yogini. However, in Hinduism, a
dakini is a female attendant of Goddess Kali, and Kali is said to have 64
female fierce and man eating attendants.
would it be if we put a Peri, Pari, Fairy, Buddhist Dakini and Hindu Dakini in
a nutshell? Try imagining mix up a bowl of salad with a bowl of curry fish,
then some yogurt and finally stir fry with some Mayonnaise source: Some
cross-cultural believes are best left as they are…