Hi, and welcome to an introduction of ELEMENTALS - The Series
Warning: this series contains sexual elements that might offend the average reader.
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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to similarly-named places or to persons living or deceased is unintentional.
There were thought to be elemental spirits from each element: mermaids from water, sylphs from air, gnomes from earth, salamanders from spirits. Now, scientists speak of humanity as having an elemental spirit called “natural tectonics” the forces cracking the planet's crust with earthquakes and volcanoes. However it is believed that all elemental spirits lack an immortal soul unless they marry a human, then the “elemental and its offspring could gain a soul.” In the “Paracelsian concept” elementals are supernatural “humanoid beings” and said to live longer than humans but are not immortals but by wedding a mortal “it becomes immortal.”
Note: Quoted text and additional information on elementals is found in mythology, ancient history, The Old Testament, and on Wikipedia or Google by searching for Elementals.
POEM ON HOW THE SERIES STARTED
On a night when alone I dozed rosary in hand
thought it a dream when roused by rustling sounds
of sheers lapping between folds of drapes
like tongues out of a dark gaping mouth.
The clock read midnight, its red light brighter
pulsated from a beam I traced from floor to wall
where he hid in shadows. I thought he was a beloved
but the face was unfamiliar the grin unfriendly
The cat now lazing by my feet screeched by the door
no one heard my scream or my heart pounding
into my head, “evil be gone” when his voice
soft as the breeze thundered into my mind.
“I am not a vision, spirit or magic fear me not.
Let me reveal how I came to be and do.
Night after night, when I was alone, he came.
My choice, to face him or go insane.
His is the story of a new world unfolding
Of sanctity at the pews of religion and technology
God, man one of the same. Names, and places changed
to protect innocents even though there are none.
In time and blood his carriages of flesh weave
sins into blessings as people ride on good intentions
and, holiness defiles. There are no mistakes.
Day is one sphere as night is another.
A passionate and mystical tale about the love between a virgin and an angel.
Ayekah The Damned, loosely based on Holy Writs is the story of when, why, and what happened after The Archangel of Light, highest of all angels, was dammed for eternity. The tale proceeds to describe the Virgin who seduced the Archangel, who she was, is, and will become.
Starts in prehistoric times, when the Archangel of Light, and multitudes of other angels are commanded to witness Earth’s evolution but never to interfere. Angels are neither male nor female but can take any form. However, the Archangel becomes enthralled with humanity, and to escape violating Holy Creeds, hides in a Blackhole for ages. It remains hidden until it hears what it now questions, whether it was The Almighty’s command that forces it to return to earth where it finds a primitive clan.
After observing the clan’s people, the Archangel is ready to take flight but lured by a soaring eagle, by accident it comes upon a deserted almost inaccessible marsh near the clan. It calls this place “my earthly paradise” where it stays until a virgin runs to this marsh to escape a barbaric ritual. She seduces the angel and he is damned for eternity.
His name becomes Ayekah; he names her Haya. He wants her to stay with him, but she goes back to her tribe. Ayekah flees, but in despair over the Almighty’s damnation and lost without Haya, he returns to find she has mysterious powers and a destiny that, without him, she cannot fulfill.
The story is told by Ayekah.
Mythology and History
About Ayekah: as in Genesis 3:9. After Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree, God asked Adam, “where are you” which is “ayeka” in Hebrew. Also, as referred to in “,” and other writs about fallen angels, as they “fell” after they became “enamored” of human women.
About Haya: Haya the virgin is akin to Samael’s counterpart Lilith. She seduces angels and can mean; “to live” or “have life,” or “to give” or “restore life” (Genesis 25:6, Joshua 3:10) “lively” (2 Samuel 23:20), and “reviving” (Genesis 18:10, 2 Kings 4:16). Nashiym, the Lilim, seduced the watchers. Samael’s counterpart and a mother of demons is seen seducing the as ; after the fall, they had daughters: “Wholly new in the Kabbalistic concept of Lilith is her appearance as the permanent partner of Samael, queen of the realm of the forces of evil (the Sitra Ahra).”
the Mayans believed that Star People or Watchers had elongated skulls, lived in sacred caves, and had rituals in bathing places, waterholes, shrines, and sinkholes (cenotes) ; Also found in many other scripts such as Forgotten Origin .
In Mayan mythology, Ayekah is akin to , an upper and thought to reside in the sky and who is represented by the aged god D who married . Mayans became known as the naked eye astronomers because of their ability to accurately chronicle, assimilate, and compute the calculations of eclipses, lunations, and rotation cycles.
Haya is akin to , the divine goddess believed to have helped in the creation of the world. When young, her symbol of the waxing moon, when old, of the waning moon. Her powers include healing, intuitive knowledge, and the ability to control earthly forces and the sex of a fetus. To this day on the island Cuzamil, known as Cozumel, there is a famous temple dedicated to Ix Chel. As well as on Isla Mujeres (island of women). She might even be known as Coatlicue “once magically impregnated by a ball of .” And The Miracle Mother -
MAP OF THE MAYAN AREA AND CAVE
AS I ENVISIONED THE CAVE DWELLINGS
I CALL THIS: THE DUALITY OF LIFE
TAKEN FROM: THE FIRST TWENTY-THREE PAGES OF THE DRESDEN CODEX: THE DIVINATION PAGES BY EDWIN L. BARNHART
For We Are Eternal
The Mardi sings
as fog rises ending a sun-filled day
and the moon falls
from a star-filled night.
To life, we come in innocence
until death calls us,
we must live on earth.
Nothing is lost for we rise again.
So spread your wings
creatures of light,
stretch your spirit against blue skies.
The power and might
of delicate beings
Oh, daughters return to us
in the wonderment
of all who wait, witness and claim.
You come from an eternal place
that humans cannot have
nor feel; Oh, flutter Divine.
Synopsis: The saga of mystery and otherworldly powers continues after generation of female twins are born from Haya’s fetus. One is fertile and gives birth to twins; the other is the watcher and guide.
Like moss on a stone of destiny, they overcome terrifying ordeals. Beautiful and haunting, endowed with a sixth sense, they rebel but cannot deny that their otherworldly encounters are beyond their control.
Ayekah forms The Retais to safeguard and influence them, but they are fearless, even when confounded by terrifying events and apparitions.
Synopsis: Powerful forces influence the last born, each born to one of the twins. Ayekah forms The Retais, a powerful organization, to protect them.