THE AÉR'AÍ'CHANÍA, THE ELEMENTS

Elvish word (plural), literally translated as the "Very-First-of-All", used synonymously in the meaning of "the Elements": Wind, Earth, Water and Fire plus the connecting principle of the Xeuá as is related in the elven myth of the Cárpa'dosía. The elements all sprang from the first representation of Avá in the world, the element of the wind. Therefore the world is called Aér'aí'chán as it is one element which is represented in all four and together, joined through the Xeuá, these Aér'aí'chanía form the existence of the world. For more details see the singular form, Aér'aí'chán.

Information provided by Artimidor View Profile