Today I want to introduce you to Addi. Addi is an elf and lives both on Kopavogur Álfahóll near Reykjavík in Iceland and in an elf dimension. He is so happy that he can share his views in this blog-article.
“Hey, my name is Addi and I belong to what you call Huldufólk. Finally I get the chance to speak to you. Thank you Inge for giving me a voice here!
We demand equal rights for elves!
We don´t understand why you trampling humans keep on moving big chunks of earth around to create flat and angular surfaces that are very unnatural and simply hideous. You level our homes and fill our beautiful ponds! Are you aware of the damage you do and how much energy it takes to stop your machines? We are not happy even if we do have fun playing with your equipment.
(There are lots of stories of construction machines having sudden unexplainable failures in the vicinity of elf dwellings.)
It would be great if you could stop the box building nonsense and show a little more respect for our places and homes. We need to be equally seen and talked to!
It is not difficult to speak with us, it is just different from what you are used to. You only have to widen your awareness a bit to be able to communicate with us. Your eyes are perfectly fine and you only need to alter the way you engage your adult brains a little.
Open your eyes and ears
Most children can see us. It is a shame that a lot of grown-ups have forgotten how to perceive us.
Why would anybody want to limit himself so severely and cut himself off from such a big part of their reality?
There are some of you who do make an effort. But they are not taken seriously and laughed at even though they could teach you something. I dare you to be a little more open-minded and I assure you it does not hurt at all. It might even open your mind for new possibilities.
Multiple dimensions intersect in Iceland and the veils between them are very thin. This enables us to live in more than one place. Sadly you do not recognise how much work we put into that.
I don´t understand why grown people are scared and run away when they do see us. We are no danger to anyone. I assure you that this is going to happen more often now. The veils between the dimensions are thinning and we are working on making it easier for you to notice us.
Remember your playfulness
You need not be afraid; we love to play and creat fun things. Something many of you seem to have forgotten. This is such a shame. What else do you believe your life is there for?
We love Iceland as many of you do: People yearn for the clear crisp air and open landscape. They cannot pinpoint it but they feel drawn to the promise of new possibilities and adventures because they can connect with a part of themselves that they seem to have long forgotten.
But you can meet us everywhere should you want to connect with us. You can find us in your favourite places in nature, for example. Just sit down and connect with us in consciousness, we will listen to you. Wouldn´t this be fun?
We can offer you another way of seeing the world: Through the eyes of us elves. Together we could figure out ways to express equal rights for everything that is. We can show you ways to help heal your earth, which is in desperate need of help. We are all part of the bigger picture and we can all contribute.
Lets start to really get to know each other! Give equal rights to everything that is around you and we will all flourish!”
Thank you Addi for your open words.
It has become normal for me to have elves zipping around my home and garden. They simply are part of our lives. But okay, I am a key figure in the Fairy Tale Dimension after all.
Dear reader: Where is the place you can best connect with elves?
Ég hlakka til þess að heimsækja undurfagra Ísland aftur.
(Translation: I am looking forward to visiting beautiful Iceland again.)
© Inge Schumacher