Die Reale Welt der Märchen – Buch

Entdecken Sie die Reale Welt der Märchen

Leagan E. Kasper’s erstes Buch das in Englisch und zugleich in Deutsch geschrieben wurde. Nun erhältlich bei Buchverkäufern international, für einen Einstiegspreis von € 8.01 Taschenbuch, und €3.53 E-Buch.

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Kurz-Zusammenfassung:
” Die Reale Welt der Märchen “, von Leagan E. Kasper, erzählt von der Begegnung mit einem Geist, der sich Fabel nennt. Es stellt sich heraus das Fabel der gute Geist der Märchen ist der seit langer Zeit versuchte jemanden zu finden der seine Märchen für ihn richtig stellt und die Weisheit, die in den Märchen durch Allegorien und Metapher versteckt sind,preis gibt, damit dieses Wissen nicht verloren geht.

In erster Person geschrieben, erfüllt die Autorin dem Geist seinen Wunsch. Frohgemut notiert sie für Fabel die Bedeutungen der verschiedenen Metapher und Allegorien der Märchen, Erklärungen über die Zahl 7 der Zwerge, dessen rote Zipfelmützen, das Geheimnis des Zauberspiegels, sowie die Weisheiten die in Rumpelstilzchen und anderen Märchen verborgen sind und Kinder sowie Erwachsene zur Unterhaltung dienen sollten. Je mehr Fabel ihr über bekannte Märchen offenbart, und somit Zeit mit ihr verbringt, desto mehr sie von seinem Wissen beeindruckt ist und sich in den Geist verliebt, jedoch weiss das sie ihn niemals berühren kann. Durch ihre innige Freundschaft zu Fabel erblüht ihre Welt in aller Pracht, während sie sich auch  an Zauberhafte Episoden ihrer Kindheit erinnert bis sich ihr rationales Gehirn bemerkbar macht. Sie beginnt an ihrem Verstand zu zweifeln, glaubt Fabel sei nur eine Halluzination, da sie sich die mysteriösen Geschehnisse nicht zu erklären weiss, was zu einer Auseinandersetzung mit dem Geist führt. 

Rezension (Übersetzung) :
“Die Reale Welt der Märchen” ist ein spannender, inspirierender und aufschlussreicher Roman für Jung und Alt und von Schriftstellerin Leagan E. Kasper so natürlich geschrieben das man an der fiktiven Erdichtung der Geistergeschichte zu zweifeln vermag und die Begegnung mit dem Geist wahrhaftig erscheint. Deutungen der Allegorien und Metapher korrespondieren mit einem Gesunden Menschenverstand das man sich fragt warum bisher keiner darauf gekommen ist und die verborgene Weisheit der Märchen bisher tatsächlich an Kindern und Erwachsenen verloren ging.

Mit einer Feder, die in Magischer Tinte getränkt ist, lockt Leagan Kasper nun auch Deutsche Leser in eine Welt wo Traum und Realität aufeinander prallen und Traum letztendlich die Realität bestimmt.

Für den Originalen Text der Rezension, bitte klicken sie hier für die Englische Original Rezension

Das Buch ist International erhältlich, auch Online, inklusive Barnes&Nobels und Amazon – Die Reale Welt der Märchen

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Viel Spass 🙂
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The Real World of Fairy Tales – Book

“Uncover the Real World of Fairytales”

Now available at Bookstores internationally, for an introductory price of $8.99 for Paperback and $3.99 as E-book.

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Summary:
The Real world of Fairytales, by Leagan E. Kasper, tells of an encounter with a Ghost whose name is Fabel. Fabel turns out to be the good Ghost of fairytales, who has long been trying to find someone who would correct his tales, for the wisdom, hidden in the allegories and metaphors, to be revealed so all this knowledge will not be lost.

Written in first person, the Author grants the Ghost his wish and takes all the secrets to pen, during which time she falls in love with the Ghost, while fully aware she’ll never be able to touch him.
She begins to question her sanity, believes Fabel is nothing but a hallucination, because of her inability to make sense of the mysterious happenings, which ultimately leads to a confrontation with the Ghost.

Review:
“The Real World of Fairytales” is a suspenseful, inspiring and enlightening Novella for young and old, told in a refreshingly original new style, leaving the reader to speculate if, perhaps, it was an authentic experience revealed as a fictional tale. The encounter with the Ghost feels genuine, rather than a fabrication. Especially since the explanations and meanings of allegories and metaphors correspond to sound mind and levelheadedness, making us wonder why it hasn’t been discovered previously, with children and adults having been cheated out of this hidden wisdom inside fairy tales for ages.

With a feather soaked in magic ink, Kasper lures the reader into a world where dream and reality collide, with dream ultimately directing reality.

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Enjoy 🙂

Snow White

Snow White and the seven Dwarfs
By Korifaeus

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Snow White is probably one of the most intriguing, inspiring and best transcribed wisdoms told in a fairy tale. This story is so multidimensional = it’s not just one story, but a whole many stories told as one and in its original language entertaining to every age group.

The story’s original language is German, though it is not a German tale. Prior to it having been translated and published in German, it was an Arabian evening tale,( bed time story) told from generation to generation, for children and adults alike.

The brothers Grimm, however, were the first to translate it and taking it to pen.

Here is the short version for those of you not yet familiar with Snow White.

NOTE: Much about the real wisdom hidden in the story of Snow White is revealed in the newly released book, ” The Real World of Fairy Tales”.
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The original version is told as so:
Once upon a time there was a beautiful and righteous Queen who was stitching one night. When she pricked herself a tiny drop of blood fell onto the white linen and upon seeing the drop of blood she made a wish, that she’ll have a child, a daughter, as white as the white linen with lips as red as the drop of blood that fell onto the white linen.


In the translations that followed, the Queens’ wish was changed as wishing for a daughter with “skin” as white as snow, hair as black as ebony wood.

However, the Queens wish had nothing to do with the color of skin. She wished not for a daughter with snow white skin, rather a child that was righteous, decent, good hearted, and pure, so that when she’ll be of age and become a queen as well, she’d become a queen much like her mother – fair and righteous, thus ” white”.

Now it came to pass that the Queen gave birth to a baby daughter and the child was righteous and fair, good and decent, and well-beloved by all the people of the land and by all the folks of the castle’s court.

But when the child was still young its mother fell ill and died. And the King, mourning the loss of his beloved wife, married again to provide a mother for his daughter. And the new Queen was of great beauty, as well, but she was black inside her heart and filled with jealousy and envy toward the child, for it began growing into a beautiful young girl.

The new Queen constantly looked into a mirror asking the mirror again and again who it was that is the fairest and most beautiful in the land and the mirror answered her it was she, the Queen, who was the most beautiful. Until one fine day when the young child had grown even more fair and the mirror answered the Queen :” You Queen are the most beautiful amongst the women, but Snow White is a thousand times fairer than you”

The Queen flew into a rage and ordered the hunter to take the young Princess into the forest to, well, … get the girl as fast as possible to heaven ( poetically speaking).

Thus the hunter did as he was told and led the young Princess into the forest. But just as he was about to, ye know… get he girl to heaven, he felt great sorrow, for the Princess was truly of great fairness. Thus he told her to run as far as she could into the forest and never come back, for the Queen means to harm her. And to show the Queen that he indeed … brought the princess to heaven, , … he took the heart of a boar and brought it to the Queen as evidence, stating it was the heart of the girl.

The Queen went to the mirror and asked who it was that was the fairest and most beautiful in the land and the mirror told her it was she, and she was relieved.

Snow White ran deep into the forest and finally came upon a hut which she entered.
It turned out that the hut was owned by seven dwarfs who were miners ( working in a mine) and they began liking Snow White very much and agreed to let her stay with them.

Thus the Princess and he seven dwarfs split the responsibilities and she cooked for them, cleaned the house, the dwarfs provided food and they all got along just splendidly.

One day, however, the Queen once again looked into the mirror, asking the mirror who it was that was the most beautiful of the land and the mirror ansered her it was her, but… Snow White, the mirror said, living behind the seven hills with the seven dwarfs is a thousand times more beautiful than her.

This answer made the Queen angry and she went three times into the forest behind the seven hills, dressed as an old sales woman, to try to sell Snow White poisoned items.
The first item was a brush with which Snow White combed her hair and after she did she fell unconscious. The dwarfs rescued her and she was fine.

The second was a belt she placed too tightly around Snow White’s waist until she fell unconscious, but the Dwarfs rescued her again and she as fine.

The third time the mean Queen, dressed as an old sales women, came to the hut of the dwarfs, she gave the Princess a delicious looking red apple and when Snow White bit into the apple she fell unconscious. But the dwarfs were unable to rescue her this time and built a casket made of glass, placing Snow White into the glass casket.

Time went by and one day a Prince came riding by the hut of the dwarfs on his horse. He saw the casket made of glass and saw the fair Princess lying inside it. She was so fair that he opened the casket and immediately fell in love with her, then gave her a kiss. To his and the dwarfs great surprise the Princess awoke after being kissed, they got married and all lived happily ever after.

That is the fast version of the story.

This story, as all the fairy tales, is more than meets the eye. It’s written allegorically , using metaphors. When understanding these metaphors many stories evolve and it provided the readers, or listeners to the tale, with wisdom.

Below you’ll see links, on which you can click, providing you with some insights as to the meanings of the metaphors. And with those explanations you can see all this story has to offer.

If you don’t understand a word, like the word “allegory”, or ” metaphor”, look it up in the dictionary link below.

Dictionary Link

The color “White”

Red Lips

Dwarfs

The number “7”

Hills

Mirror

Apple

Glass Casket

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And what is a Smurf ?

Smurfologically speaking…
By Korifaeus

Let’s start with the Smurfs.

For ages now Historians and Ethnologist have been debating the origin of the Smurfs, and Etymologists are trying to figure out where the name Smurf actually came from.
The word Smurf is the English word for those tiny blue fellows. Some say the original name was Schlumpf, pronounced Shloomf, which is the German word for Smurf.

Others insist the name came originally out of Beligium, called Schtroumpf, pronounced Shtroomf, which is also a German word and means “knee high sock”. Why they were supposedly called Schtroumpf is not for certain either. Possibly because they’re so tiny they fit into a knee high sock., but we’ll get to that later.

For some time historians believed the Smurfs were related to the seven dwarfs, but this theory has long been overruled, because they can’t possibly be related to them, nor are they the descendants of the seven dwarfs.

First of all the Smurfs are much smaller. They fit into a tiny mushroom and live in a mushroom village. Whereas the seven dwarfs are much bigger and lived in a hut in the forest. Though the seven dwarfs are small as well, they’re not nearly as small as the Smurfs.

Second, the Smurfs wear Phrygian hats, or caps, because they’re originally from Phrygia. The seven dwarfs, however, wear red hats and lived behind the seven hills. These seven hills, according to Geographers, may well have been the area of “Sieben Bürgen”, which is located in Romania, and once upon a time called, “Sieben Bergen”. Romania is far from the lands formerly known as Phrygia, thus they can’t be related to one another.

Medical experts, Dermatologists and Physiognomist have also been involved in the research regarding Smurfs, trying to figure out why their skin is blue and thus far they haven’t found a reason why that could be.

To just blur out what Smurfs are all about would be too easy, aside from the fact that it’s against the law of Fabelologists to reveal or disclose secrets which are hidden within fairy tales, fables, mythologies, etc. It also takes away the fun. The REAL fun about fairy tales is to see for oneself what they may reveal to each of us individually. A Fabelologist has to give an oath of honor to never reveal the secrets or wisdoms within fairy tales, or fables. But one is allowed to give hints, make suggestions to be considered by those interested to learn more about the secret world of fairy tales.

On each page about a fairy tale, are several suggestions, and you, the reader, can come up with your own theory or idea as to what the actual meaning, or “meanings” ( plural) are within the fairy tales.

But remember, Smurfs, Schroumpfs, Schlümpfe, Snow White, Cinderella, the Seven Ravens, Rumpelstilzken and whatever other names they’re called in other languages, are all fictional Characters, created by wonderfully imaginative people. And even though they’re fictional characters, one can learn a whole lot by learning what they’re all about, which was most probably the intention of the original creators of the fictional characters in the first place.

Best regards,

™Korifaeus,

PS: To the younger readers. Any words, like Dermatologist, Etymologist, etc. you don’t understand, don’t ask your parents or friends, instead look it up in a dictionary. To ask is too easy, and scientists ask only when unable to find answers themselves. When you look it up yourself you feel more accomplished. Thus here’s a good dictionary to use should you be in need to look up a word.
Dictionary Link

Smurf Knowledge

Mushrooms

The Color “Blue”

The Color “Red”

The Color “White”

All male Communities

Phrygian hats

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