I am fascinated with the concept of The Other World. The Other World could not be seen by humans and it is where the faeries lived. Does anyone have any other information about The Other World?
Though technically meant for younger readers, it's a good one. And all that really means is that the books are fast reads. One week each, tops.That sounds so fascinating to me and I have often wondered about it. Does it exist, what's it like and so many questions. I'll have to get that book series.
I like to think that there is a similarity.Is the other world like the one where Harry Potter studied, where Hogwarts is located? I wish I could go into such place and see it for myself.
Yes there are stories of people wandering into Otherworlds, sometimes accidentally.I had never thought about the Otherworld. This topic intrigues me, too. Can anyone wonder into a portal and visit, or are there special circumstances? I would love to visit the Otherworld, I bet it is scary and beautiful!
Basically it would be like Heaven or Hell, good or bad, magnificent or horrendous? Bright or dark? Does it depend on your view of it, or is it something else entirely that affects how it is experienced?To some extant I think the otherworld can be envisioned as somewhere far, far away.
You can't simply visit it like you would another country, but once you find yourself there, it is
like nothing experienced in the normal world. It can be a beautiful place where there is no death or decay, or a frightening
place filled with strange monstrous beings.
Did anything strange or "Otherworldly" happen to you when you stood inside this pyramid? Where you given any insights into the unknown? How cool would that be?It is older than the pyramids and built by preceltic peoples. It is built in such a precise manner that sunlight enters the cave only on the winter solstice, plus two days before and two days after. I stood inside it when I visited Ireland some years ago. It was quite a feeling standing in something that was seen as a type of portal to another realm.
It sounds amazing!What was truly amazing about standing in Newgrange was the thought of being in this small space that was built thousands of
years ago! It was considered a holy place by countless prehistoric and historic peoples.
Apart from that, it was fairely prosaic: no amazing insights or anything like that.
It's not a pyramid, but more of an artificial hill with an opening on one side leading into a passage and a small chamber.