Audio: How Mr E learned English…Hi there!For those who were wondering about why Mr E speaks with an Irish accent, here is his explanation:learning_english_in_IrelandBy |2011-02-04T12:26:35-04:00|Mr E Audio, The Elves of Fyn|8 CommentsShare This Story, Choose Your Platform!FacebookTwitterRedditGoogle+TumblrPinterest About the Author: Related Posts 8 Comments Fae December 13, 2010 at 12:09 am - Replyhi I will be sure to try the pendulum thing i hope it works for me!!!! Cat December 6, 2010 at 5:52 am - ReplySorry, i have one more question11. Is their realm a bit like The Lord of the Rings??? Cat December 6, 2010 at 5:48 am - ReplyHi Natilie/Mr EI really love your website as there are not many like this one and this one is the BEST!I don’t know how to join the discussion post and i would like to ask some questions and can you pleeeeeeeease answer 🙂1. What do Elves wear? (whats the fashion)2. What do they like to eat?3. What are their houses like?4. Can they communicate with fairies any time they want?5. Is there any animals in their realm?6. What do they use as money?7. Do some wear makeup?8. Do they cut their hair, or have a hairdresser?9. Do they Like chocolate?10. Do they have their own language?Sorry for all the questions 🙂 im writing it all in a note book that i have 🙂Thank you for your time Cat x Natalie Lynn January 2, 2011 at 6:33 pm - ReplyHi Cat,Sorry I didn’t get to this sooner – hopefully you will see it. To ask questions, just click on “forum” in the grey bar near the top and it will take you to where all the discussions go on. Hope to see you–and everyone else–there! B121 November 28, 2010 at 4:27 pm - ReplyP.S. for me I used a Celtic cross necklace that I normally wear as the pendulum, didn’t alter it in any way to use it. I read that as long as the object is in-tuned to your energy (from wearing it often, etc.) and that you try and keep your mind clear when asking questions, then it should work. Another interesting tidbit, I asked if I had an important destiny, and it stood still, guess either my subconscious doesn’t know or I cant know in general =/ B121 November 28, 2010 at 4:22 pm - ReplyWell I tried it, it actually moved! I first did my test asking it if my name was …*said my actual* then if my name was something else, each time it swayed in a different direction, that’s how I figured out the direction for yes and no. Anyway if this is real, its pretty interesting, because I asked it if I ever been to the faerie realm, it told me yes, I asked if my conscious mind remembers it, it answered no, then I asked if my subconscious mind remembers/knows that I have been there, and it replied yes O_O; Leah November 27, 2010 at 12:34 pm - ReplyOoops! I meant to say “It will answer any yes or no questions!” Also I would someday love to speak in E’s language. Wouldnt that be cool! I wonder if it was nice in Ireland…I’d love to visit there someday! Leah November 27, 2010 at 12:30 pm - ReplyYes! I’m first! even though it didnt count because theres already 5 posts. any way… I would like to share with everyone here about the…I can’t spell it: Pengulum (like the things in clocks) I will answer any yes or no question ( I even tested it with math problems) It is very simple to make and use. Here are steps: 1.find a necklace with somthing that can hany down, like a locket or you can even use a regular chain by stringing a ring on it (this is what I did) 2. Setup. Hold your hand underneath the item (ring it this is what you used) and say “Yes” in a strong voice(or however you normally speak) repeat this several times watching wich way the pengulum swings. This is you Yes answer. Now do the same thing but say “No”. Now you have your Yes/no answers. 3. To use it hold it out infront of you, making sure that you dont move it, then ask your question. Whichever way it swings is the answer.Also Natilie: could you ask Mr.E if this is a efficient way of getting answers, and if it actually works, or if it is offensive to the fae if you use it. Just checking. You can’t always trust books.~thanks and enjoy, Leah.Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.