Most of the tales of the Fairy Godmother you know are from her later years, when she is old and gray, but do you ever wonder what kinda life she lived before her epic roles in Disney and folklore? Tales from a 21st Faerie Godmother is sorta a journal, def hi fi sci and of course true, almost like an autobiography if you can believe in such magic and wonder in the documented tales. Time travel is real and reality is a tricky term of humanity as they venture into deep space, colonizing planets and integrating their lifestyle galactically.
It still remains curious as to why humans have yet to find another intelligent species in the cosmos, but perhaps that changes as the evidence of time travel spirals out of control in a conspiracy tale that should never be told.
The best part is that it is still happening, and the tales continue as we unfold the mystery of time travel and what happens as she travels to other galaxies, inventing new space age technology, experimenting in faster than light travel and eventually the epic tale of how the Earth was saved, and so were its humans.
As mainstream Hollywood and TV and Netflix strive to keep pace with the faerie godmother’s adventures (documenting in way better detail in much faster time anything found here) the background knowledge of music, they become compass points as the future catches up to the past in forms of “fantasy”. Pop culture is integral in understanding this continuing story of her life as the only Faerie Godmother to serve while keeping record of her conquests as a pirate to the current world ending scenarios.