The Elemental Kingdom
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The Elemental Kingdom

There are four basic elements of nature: fire, air, earth,

and water. Within each of the four elements are nature spirits

that are the spirital essence of that element. They are made

up of etheric substance that is unique and specific to their

particular element. They are living entities oftentimes

resembling humans in shape but inhabiting a world of their own.


The beings in the Elemental Kingdom work primarily on the

mental plane and are known as "builders of form." Their

specialty is translating thought-forms into physical forms by

transforming mental patterns into etheric and then physical

patterns. Each ofthem is a specialist in creating some specific

form whether it be an electron or interstellar space.

Elementals range in size from smaller than an electron to vaster

than galactic space. Like the angels, elemental beings begin

their evolution small in size and increase their size as they

evolve. The elementals serving on planet Earth materialize

whatever they pick up from the thoughts and feelings of mankind.

This relationship was intended to facilitate the remanifestation

of "heaven on Earth."

They take their orders from the devas.

They do not remain individualized as humans are. These beings

are animated by the thought power of the lower angels and so are

thought forms of sorts.

They may be etheric thoughts forms, yet they have etheric flesh,

blood, and bones. They live, propagate off spring, eat, talk,

act, and sleep. They cannot be destroyed be frosser material

elements such as fire, air, earth, and water because they are

etheric in nature. they are not immortal. When their work is

finished they are absorbed back into the ocean of spirit. They

do live a very long time--300 to 1,000 years.

They have the power to change their size and appearance almost

at will. They cannot, however, change elements.

Earth:  Gnomes 
 The nature spirits of the Earth are called Gnomes. 
Subgroups: Brownies Dryads Durdalis Earth Spirits Evles 
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 theose who use their minds, particularly those on creative



Water: Undines

The undines are the elemental beings that compose water. They are

able to control, to a great degree, the course and function of the

water element. Etheric in nature, they exist within the water

itself and this is why they can't be seen with the normal physical

vision. These beings are beautiful to look at and are very graceful.

They are often seen riding the waves of the ocean. They can also be

found in rocky pools and in marshlands. They are clothed in a

shimmery substance looking like water but shinning with all the

colors of the sea, with green predominating. The concept of the

mermaid is connected with these elemental beings.

The undines also work with the plants that grow under the water and

with the motion of water. Some undines inhabit waterfalls, others

live in rivers and lakes. Every fountain has its nymph. Every ocean

has its oceanids. The undines closely resemble humans in appearance

and size, except for those inhabiting smaller streams and ponds. The

undines often live in coral caves under the ocean or on the shores

of lakes or banks of rivers. Smaller undines live under lily pads.

The undines work with the vital essences and liquids of plants, animals,

and human beings. They are present in everything containing water.

There are many families of undines, as the chart indicates. The ruler

of the undines is a being called Necksa. The undines love, serve, and

honor her unceasingly. They are emotional beings, very friendly and

open to being of service to human beings.

The smaller undines are often seen as winged beings that people have

mistakenly called fairies. Those winged beings are seen near flowers

that grow in watery areas. They have gossamer wings and gossamer


  Subgroups: Limoniades Mermaids Naiads Oceanid Oreads Potamides Sea
 Maids Water Spirits