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Elfen Lore

Elfen Roots

March 25, 2013 – 7:39 pm

You may wonder what it is we mean when we refer to oursELVES as Elfen. Herein we shall explain where we are coming from on this matter. First we must explore the word elf and how it applies to who we are. The word comes originally from the Norse word Aelf which has its roots […]

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Duende, Flamenco and it’s Elfen Roots

January 29, 2014 – 5:41 pm

In flamenco and gypsy culture, there is a word that is used to describe when a musician is completely dialed into the moment, and in perfect emotional authenticity in their expression of the music. This word is Duende. They say Duende is like a spirit, which comes up from the ground through your feet from […]

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The Plight of The Christmas Elves

September 29, 2013 – 3:27 am

Elves(from the norse root Aelf meaning ‘we’ the folk) have been for many generations known to be enslaved by Santa, who has come to be known by his red outfit which was bestowed on him by the toxic soft drink company, cocacola. This company and their front man Santa are inherently symbolic of commercialism and […]

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The Djinn Connection

August 22, 2013 – 8:49 pm

Thee Elfen have been mentioned and observed by many cultures by many names. One of such references come from Islam and pre-Islamic cultures, a group of beings known as the Djinn – the root of the word more commonly known as Genie. The word Djinn originally means “the hidden ones”. They are described as beings […]

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Edible Seaweeds of the Pacific North West

July 21, 2013 – 4:53 am

Bull Kelp Bull Kelp is very common to find along beaches in the pacific north west, and is absolutely edible. It’s best when dried or roasted. This is a great source of food as these are in fact the fastest growing plants in the world! Purple Laver Nori This is that same delicious stuff that […]

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Stinging Nettles

July 21, 2013 – 4:41 am

Known by science types as Urtica dioica, Stinging Nettles are one of the most highly nutritious and easily accessible plants around. They are ample in the Pacific North West and many other places as well. The plant itself is said to have originated in the Amazon but has since been carried abroad and can be […]

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Elfen Pirate Connections

March 25, 2013 – 9:15 pm

Arrrrrr, There are many well known tales of thee pirates and their unruly ways and insatiable hunger for gold, but as we well know, history books are written by the victors of wars and often the truth has very little to do with the stories that are carried forward. The Elfen nation arrrrrrrre not the […]

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The Seal of the Seven

March 25, 2013 – 8:24 pm

Long long ago, before before before, we, the small, sensitive stewards of this sacred garden spaceship lived in harmony with ourselves and our ecology. We had no need for records or writing or time(as it is known these days anyways). We related to each other from the heart in the Elfen language which was a […]

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