Do faerie windows or portals exist?
As of 2018, reports of them have increased.
In an apartment I lived in over 10 years ago, I’d see a window open up, usually high on the wall near the ceiling.
Here’s how I described it at the time:
It opens, the light is brilliant, sometimes I see a blurry sphere of light fly in or out from it, and then it closes. The whole thing takes about half a second.
It looks so much like the door Al uses in that old TV show, “Quantum Leap,” I’d think someone was joking if I hadn’t seen this myself, several times.
I wasn’t the only one who saw these, and yes, we ruled out lights from outside, passing cars (the apartment was on the third floor), and so on.
Even skeptics saw them but couldn’t find a reasonable explanation.
At the time, I received regular reports of similar sightings among faerie enthusiasts. Now, the reports are far more frequent, and often confused with ghostly phenomena… even though nothing else seems “ghostly” at the site.
Are these faeries? I have no idea, but reports are very different from ghosts and ghost orbs.
Some report horizontal bands where the amount of light and color varies.
I would guess that the windows are approximately 9″x12″, horizontal.The edges are slightly blurry, but I’m not sure if that’s just how I perceived it because the light was so bright.
If you see one, the edges are usually crisper than the way the spheres of light appear. In other words, it’s not like someone is hiding in the hallway, and shining a flashlight into the room when you’re not watching the door.
These windows rarely open in the same spot on the wall, twice in a row. They can open in different rooms, and on different walls. So, I don’t think these are stationary portals.
I rarely saw anything emerge from the window; something always flew into it, or it opened and closed and I don’t see anything coming or going.
Then again, the whole process was so fast, I rarely had time to point it out to anyone else in the room.
Others saw this phenomenon in our home, too. But, by the time they said, “Did you see that…?” the faerie window had closed.
Their descriptions were consistent, even when they knew nothing about my interest in faerie realms, or even my paranormal research.
And in general, it’s extremely rare to see one of these windows, compared with the frequency with which we see spheres of light.
I’ve never felt fear afraid when I saw this kind of window open. My immediate reaction was (and still is) pure fascination.
Also, I’m still impressed with how much these look like Quantum Leap.
If you’re not familiar with the Quantum Leap door (sometimes a window), here’s part of a video that shows that kind of scene.
If you’ve seen something like this, I hope you’ll leave a comment and describe it. Your experiences might help others understand what they saw, too.