rying to explain beings which are not considered spirits, ghosts or aliens, can be rather daunting. However, Earth Elementals are more than just a generic title or list of elemental creatures. They  are sometimes referred to as 'nature spirits,' and are said to in inhabit everything on land, and  they are all part of the magical world of fairies (also faery, faerie, fay, fae; euphemistically wee folk, good folk, people of peace, fair folk, etc.). Not a cute, sassy or mischievous fairy like Walt Disney's 'Tinkerbelle,' but fairies as mythical beings or legendary creatures; that is. feared metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural beings or spirits. They've been said via many legends around the world to resemble various beings of myth. Folklore has been known to use the term fairy loosely, with many definitions. Sometimes fairy is used to describe the mystical creatures called goblins (gnomes), or a specific type of more ethereal creature. In spite of what you think you may know about nature, these creatures have become fearful of man, forced to live outside our reach, and are compelled to hide in the mountain woods, yet remain close to humans, and sometimes they're even willing to serve them. To better understand the Elemental called Earth, we should first learn to understand 'Mother Nature.' These whimsical, mischievous creatures, can, under certain circumstances, turn on humanity and wreck havoc because we just don't understand how poorly we have treated the Element Earth. They then serve Mother Nature on missions of destruction designed to teach humanity lessons and reclaim that which has been destroyed by humanity. They are, for all intents and purposes, an imitation of man; virtuous and vicious, pure and impure.
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