• Jennifer Battershill

Mythology, Shape Shifters, Fairies/Angels, Magnetic Universe

"In mythology, folklore, and speculative fiction, shapeshifting is the ability to physically transform oneself through an inherently superhuman ability, divine intervention, demonic manipulation, sorcery, spells, or having inherited the ability. The idea of shapeshifting is in the oldest forms of totemism and shamanism, as well as the oldest existent literature and epic poems such as the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Iliad. The concept remains a common literary device in modern fantasy, children's literature, and popular culture.


Not all fairies could shapeshift, some having only the appearance of shapeshifting, through their power, called "glamour," to create illusions, and some were limited to changing their size, as with the spriggans, and others to a few forms. But others, such as the Hedley Kow, could change to many forms, and both human and supernatural wizards were capable of both such changes and inflicting them on others."


"Pixies possess the power of shape-shifting that allows them to change their appearance into a different form or being. Pixies can also increase or decrease their size."


In one of the first videos I put up on YouTube, I mentioned seeing these tiny beings wearing disguises or even no clothes at all. Yep, I said that, and four years later, I got the confirmation I needed that indeed what I was seeing back then were fairies blending in with their surroundings. Please note: I'm still unsure who is who in my yard, in the sky, or swirling around but each one steps through the veil. Angels are pure spirits, ethereal, but can change shape in order to interact with us. In my novel, "The Phoenix, the Tiger, and the Rose" I encountered an Angel in my room once along with several others who had passed away. Another time, I was standing on a platform waiting for someone to arrive during a regular work morning when a strange man appeared. My third eye sensed he was out of place, out of time, and only decades later did it sink in why he was there at that specific moment in time. Faries are supernatural beings known to interact with humans as well. See the dilemma? Angels are mentioned in the Bible while fairies, nature spirits, can be traced back to Greek mythology. "Another assertion is that fairies are from the ‘lower end’ of the angelic ranks and they have come to watch over us."


"With the advancement of society, few people today believe in the myths and folklore of fairies. Religion and culture support the existence of fairies. The detailed research in Physics justifies that electromagnetic matter exists, which could include ghosts and fairies that are unseen by the human eye. Steven Forsyth emphasized the existence of fairies. “Those who believe that fairies don’t exist tend to offer up a scientific reason for their assertion. While science has proven a lot of things, it would be remiss of us (not to mention arrogant) to assume that we understand even a fraction of the mysteries of the universe. If you are adamant that fairies are not real, you will probably be surprised to learn how many people disagree.” (Steven Forsyth)


Souls, as I mentioned before are on the other side of the veil and yes, indeed electromagnetic matter exists in our amazing magnetic universe. "The electromagnetic force is a type of physical interaction that occurs between electrically charged particles. It acts between charged particles and is the combination of all magnetic and electrical forces. The electromagnetic force can be attractive or repulsive."


And when I came across Dr. Bruce Branchini replicating a firefly's chemistry in a lab using a charged particle superoxide, voila! Because he uses a magnet and microwaves! And there was this one time I came downstairs late at night to see my microwave door open, and it's running on its own, the circular tray is spinning. A clue from across the veil just like bioluminescence, phosphorous mentioned in a previous blog. Microwaves, magnetics, luciferin, bioluminescence, phosphorus. Sorry, that's a mouthful I know.


Superoxide ion (O2−) has one unpaired electron and therefore is paramagnetic.

Paramagnetic - Paranormal

Para definition: beside, near, by.


Of course, the key is that it's contained and happens quickly, superoxide doesn't harm the insect.


I suppose that doesn't matter when we die as we no longer have a body and become ethereal balls of light. But what about magnetics and shapeshifting? Ghost orbs pass through walls. Fairies can dive right into the earth. Angels, well, you get the idea. Could shapeshifters in the past be due to the bending/manipulation of magnetics? "Robot made of magnetic slime could grab objects inside your body." Or is any myth, legends, tales of shapeshifters just ghostly apparitions? Immortals versus mortals. "Modern-day movies and shows often depict the process of shapeshifting to be a quick, seemingly elegant transition, done in a manner of minutes, even seconds. Unfortunately, this is not remotely accurate. Shapeshifting so rapidly would be excruciatingly painful, to the point where most people would die in the process, due to shock."


Spiritualty - "The idea of shapeshifting as a mental exercise is considered possible to many. Individuals who practice meditation, and deep trance-like techniques claim they can mentally project their mental self away from their physical self. This process would allow a person to temporarily transport their spirit into the body of an animal, without physically altering their cellular makeup. While the spirit travels, the individual’s body would remain an empty vessel, in an unconscious state."


Shapeshifters in mythology were gods and immortal. Mortals who were changed were done so by the gods and were unable to change back to human form. Magical abilities we humans do not possess. In the fairy realm, there's magic and so much more. And it's a lot to think about, I know, but more and more we are getting closer to science and paranormal matching up and it's exciting. Plus we have to thank our visitors from the beyond for sharing information and I hope I get lucky a few more times now that fairy season is kicking off here in Northern New Jersey. And without further ado... My Pixie photos.

3/21/2022 - 3/22/2022



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MICROWAVES: Microwave radiation consists of electrical and magnetic energy moving together in the form of waves. Microwaves operate at a frequency that makes it a form of non-ionizing radiation, meaning minimized exposure is not damaging to humans. Of course, the most commonly known appliance to utilize microwaves would be microwave ovens. Microwaves are ideal for cooking as they are reflected by metal, pass through materials such as glass and paper, and are thoroughly absorbed by foods from the inside, and out. Microwave radiation is also used to send telephone communications, dry plywood, and cure rubber. Additionally, astronomers use microwaves to uncover the structure of other galaxies near earth.


INFRARED: On the electromagnetic spectrum, the wavelength with the longest visible light is red light. Infrared operates at a frequency just below red light. This means we are technically unable to view infrared because it is invisible to the human eye. Examples of infrared rays include burning charcoal as well as the warmth we feel from an electric heater. Another example is the infrared technology we use in our cordless hairdryer. Infrared technology provides a powerful, healthy, and efficient drying system as it operates by drying strands from the inside out. Although we can’t see infrared radiation, we are able to feel it as heat. While the word “radiation” may often conjure up images of damage to the body, not all types of radiation are actually bad for us. Scientific studies indicate infrared has the opposite impact and possesses the capacity for extensive healing.


April 15, 2022 photo, not as clear though.