The Elves of Lyndarys: A Magical Tale of Modern Faerie Folk

By The Silver Elves

Fantasy, Paranormal, General fiction | Paperback


The Elves of Lyndarys is an often humorous novel about a young man’s struggle to mature and develop himself, his magic and his identity as he encounters and explores the modern pagan and otherkin communities and happens to encounter real elves, slowly coming to realize as he does so that he may not be a man at all but one of the elven. He is confronted through his journey not only by his own incredulity about his encounters and his inner conflict with what he has been taught to believe is reality and his actual experience but also by his personal prejudices and false assumptions. He comes to discover not only that the magic of Faerie is real but further that the Elven Way, as presented by his mentors, offers him a means of traveling the misty paths to magical and mystical enlightenment.



The Elven Way is the spiritual Path of the Elves. It is not a religion. While all elves are free to pursue whatever spiritual path they desire, or not as the case may be, these elves are magicians and follow no particular religious dogma. The Silver Elves do however believe in all the Gods and Goddesses, (also Santa Claus to whom they're related, the tooth fairy as a distant cousin, and the Easter or Ostara Bunny, no relation.) and they try to treat them all with due respect. The Elven Way promotes the principles of Fairness, that is to say both Justice, Elegance and Equal Opportunity and Courtesy that is respectful in its interactions and attitude toward all beings, great or small. The Silver Elves understand the world as a magical or miraculous phenomena, and that all beings, by pursuing their own true path, will become whomever they truly desire to be. The path of the Silver Elves is that of Love and Magic and they share their way with all sincerely interested individuals. You can read about the Silver Elves in the book "Faery Craft" by Emily Carding.


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The Elven Way is the spiritual Path of the Elves. It is not a religion. While all elves are free to pursue whatever spiritual path they desire, or not as the case may be, these elves are magicians and follow no particular religious dogma. The Silver Elves do however believe in all the Gods and Goddesses, (also Santa Claus to whom they're related, the tooth fairy as a distant cousin, and the Easter...


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