|Posted by Mother Moon on July 13, 2014 at 11:55 PM|
I received a request the other day that totally freaked me out! Someone asked if we carried Gancanagh fae. I emailed back in a frenzy, “Why in the hell would you be looking for one of those??” The person replied that they had seen sellers on the internet selling them as entities of love.
I almost choked!!
The Gancanagh, or Gean Cánach are also known as “love talkers” in Scottish and Irish traditions.
Some stories speak as if the Gancanagh is a single being - others, an entire race.
Unfortunately, it is the latter that is true.
The Gancanagh are widely known for thriving on desperate, emotionally deprived human beings; especially women.
There is an old poem that goes:
“Beware the tunes that touch your heart.
The Gancanagh will play the soul
Beware, sweet lass, don’t crave his art
He’ll pierce your heart and leave a hole.”
It’s true, they are gorgeous entities. To see one is a magnificent, heart-skipping experience. Everything about them is intoxicating. Not only do they look good but they smell good too. They’re highly intelligent, smooth-talking and sexual.
They stalk their targets. They listen to their innermost thoughts and desires. Whatever it is that that person desires most, then that is what the Gancanagh becomes.
They often possess people that meet your desires to use them in their game.
When the Gancanagh is done with you, what he or she will leave behind is a broken heart - one that is left wanting and never fulfilled. No matter how many men or women come and go you will find yourself insatiably addicted to the one that got away.
Chances are the person that they possessed will want nothing to do with you leaving you forever denied in love.
And sure, you can bind them but that doesn’t mean that they will love you or bring good things into your life. In fact, one of the reasons that SMART practitioners do not bind them at all is because they often keep true love away from their keepers and even destroy already existing relationships as they are highly jealous of potential competition.
So…in short. I do not care what other sellers advertise. The Gancanagh are bad seeds that should never be planted.
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