Alien hijacking in ancient Ireland

  One day, Prince Conra met a beautiful woman, and the woman invited him to a magical place where the people did not worry about sorrow and lived forever. The strange thing is that except for Conrad, no one else can see the fairy. The frightened king summoned the priest and used the spell to drive the fairy. The fairy gave Conrad an apple before leaving.
  Kangra then eats this apple every day. Every time he eats a part, the apple will return to the original the next day. As time went by, Conrad’s thoughts on the fairy grew day by day, and finally one day, the fairy found Conra again. Kangla took the fairy of the fairy and left the world, and went to the fairy land.
  From today’s point of view, it records a classic third type of contact event. Rather, it is a case of hijacking, an event in which an alien intelligent creature induces or forces the Earth’s humans to leave the Earth on their means of transport.
  In contrast to several classic hijacking cases that have occurred in modern times, we will find that this story has almost all the characteristics of a classic hijacking case. Like most hijacking cases, Conrad’s hijacking process is divided into three steps: visit, revisit (or multiple visits), and take the alien tool to leave the Earth. Before taking Kangla away, the “fairy” contacted him at least twice in the image of a human female. In this case, only Conrad can see her, others can only hear the sound, but can’t see any real objects. Interestingly, the “fairy” also told Kangla about the situation of “Fairyland” (the alien civilization settlement). According to her description, people living in “Fairyland” are immortal and live an abnormal life.
  Many of the legendary details also provide strong evidence for his hijacking. Legend has it that “the fairy is shining, crystal-like, and gliding in the air”, and it is easy to remind us of the appearance and behavioral characteristics of the UFOs described in many eyewitness reports.
  In addition, the “fairy” said before the departure of Kangla by “Xianqi”: “I saw the bright sun sinking, although (our destination) is far away, we can arrive before the darkness. The phrase “I saw the bright sun sinking” provides an important message. In fact, if a person sits in an aircraft that is leaving the Earth from the Earth, he will be able to see this spectacular scene, which can be easily reproduced on a computer using astronomy software. The last noteworthy detail is that at the end of the story, “Fairy” and Conra ride “Sin” to the direction of the sun. Now we all know that there is only one result in the direction of the sun: leaving the earth. If the story is not real, it is hard to imagine that, with the level of human knowledge at the time, the editors of the legend have the ability to write details that are not helpful to the plot and that he cannot understand. Therefore, I believe that this is an incident of alien hijacking in ancient Ireland, which was preserved more completely in folklore.