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The Elemental Kingdom

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Earth – Gnomes

The nature spirits of the Earth are called Gnomes.

Subgroups:

  • Brownies
  • Dryads
  • Durdalis
  • Earth Spirits
  • Elves
  • Hamadryads
  • Pans
  • Pygmies
  • Sylvestres
  • Satyrs

Fire – Salamanders

The Salamanders are the spirit of fire. Without these beings, fire cannot exist.

You cannot light a match without a salamander’s being present. There are many families of salamanders, differing in size, appearance, and dignity. Some people have seen them as small balls of light, but most commonly they are perceived as being lizard-like in shape and about a foot or more in length.

The salamanders are considered the strongest and most powerful of all the elementals. Their ruler is a magnificent flaming being called Djin. Those who have seen him say that he is terrible, yet awe-inspiring in appearance.

Salamanders have the ability to extend their size or diminish it, as needed. If you ever need to light a campfire in the wilderness, call to the salamanders and they will help you.

It has also been said that salamanders (and the other elemental beings) can be mischievous at times. For example, a fiery temper and inharmonious conditions in a person’s home can cause these beings to make trouble. They are like children in that they don’t fully understand the results of their actions.

They are greatly affected, as are all nature spirits, by human humankind’s thinking.

Air – Sylphs

The sylphs are the air spirits.

Their element has the highest vibratory rate of the four (beside earth, fire, water). They live hundreds of years, often reaching one thousand and never seeming to get old. They are said to live on the tops of mountains. The leader of the sylphs is a being called Paralda who is said to dwell on the highest mountain of Earth.
Sylphs often assume human form but only for short periods of time. The vary in size from being as large as a human to being much smaller. They are volatile and changeable. The winds are their particular vehicle.

The work through the gases and ethers of the Earth and are kindly toward humans. They are usually seen with wings, looking like cherubs or fairies. Because of their connection to air, which is associated with the mental aspect, one of their functions is to help humans receive inspiration.

The sylphs are drawn to those who use their minds, particularly those on creative arts.

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