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AIYA and Welcome! This E-mail list is not a discussion group, but is instead intended to keep everyone updated on Tië eldaliéva's progress with the Elven Path, or Path of the Star-people, as well as the heavily-anticipated book.



Elven Calendar ("Loa"):



For full article, visit www.elvenspirituality.com, and click on "Calendar" (and while you are there, subscribe for the FREEBIES!)



From Tolkien:
Turuhalmë (Elven "LogDrawing") December 21st
Solvalwaris (Purification, begin Stirring): February 2nd
Yestarë (Elven New Year, begin Spring): March 28th
Nost-na-Lothion (Day of Flowers, begin Summer) May 22nd
Tarnin Austa (Gates of Summer) June 21st
Yavië (begin Elven Autumn) August 2nd
Enderi (Middle Days, begin Fading) September 25-27th (all 3 days)


Improvised by Tië eldaliéva:
Cuiverë Quendiva (First day of Winter, Origins of the Elves) November 21st


Tië eldaliéva improvised the Full Moons too, using the Legendarium as much as possible, and will be in the book when published.



NOT an RPG!!


P.S. Some of you may be looking for our old forum - we don't have one right now, but have a presence at Facebook and Google+.


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