Smorgasbord Guest Writer – Part 2: Tales of the Old Gods by Horatio Grin

I shared Part 1 of this fascinating guest writer’s post yesterday. Here is part two of Horatio Grin’s guest post on the Smorgasbord Invitation blog

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I am delighted to welcome as a guest writer for the next week the esteemed Horatio Grin who takes us back in history to the beginnings of the legends and myths surrounding fairies. Today Horatio explores the origins of the old gods.

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Part one – Lost Beginnings of the Fairy Races

Part 2: Tales of the Old Gods by Horatio Grin

As we saw, the fairy race may have originated around 40,000 years ago. Yet, we know nothing about the fairies and very little about humans for much of this time. In this period the Ice Age reached its maximum extent. For thousands of years there were glaciers a mile high where London and New York stand today. Much of Europe and North America were bleak frozen wastelands.

About 12,000 years ago the ice began to melt, marking the rise of man and creating…

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