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Sylph (also called sylphid) is a mythological spirit of the air. The term originates in the 16th century works of Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible ...

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Sylphs. Sylph (also called sylphid) is a mythological creature in the Western tradition. The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible ...

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"Sylph" is the name given to air elementals by the ancient Greeks. If the subject of Sylphs is new to you, you can learn more by reading this essay from ZS ...

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Sylph Meanings Symbolism of Air Elementals. What are Sylphs? Great question, and this page is one in a four-part series aimed to identify elementals. Sylphs ...

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Sylph definition, a slender, graceful woman or girl. See more.

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He concocted an elaborate theory of ruling "elemental spirits": gnomes controlled the earth, salamanders fire, undines water, and sylphs (graceful beings whose ...

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Sylphs. Born from the descendants of humans and beings of elemental air such as djinn, sylphs are a shy and reclusive race consumed by intense curiosity.

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Sylph, an imaginary or elemental being that inhabits the air and is mortal but soulless. The existence of such beings was first postulated by the medieval ...

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Sylph (also named Sylphid) is air spirit. They are formed of air, they live in the air, and they have unusual power over the air, particularly the wind and the clouds.

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As an air elemental, the Sylph's domain are the skies, the wind, the air and all it encompasses. They appear as angels and spirit fairies. Manly P. Hall, in his The  ...