posted on Apr, 30 2005 @ 05:41 PM
The El, the Elohim, The angels, elves, are all the same thing, and are most likely the product of hallucinogenics, especially ergot fungus.
Old saint nick, (you know the guy with the elves), is based on the norse tradition of the shaman climbing through the thatched roof and delivering
magic mushrooms to the tribe.
Anyone who has eaten hallucinogenic mushrooms will probably tell you that they have seen dwarves, gnomes, elves, etc. In wood grain, in trees, this
natural pattern recognition is most pronounced.
Meanwhile the ingestion of peyote and the drug mescaline produces the appearance of a little green man, I believe his name is Mescalato(?), its been a
decade and a half since I read about this shared experience among mescal eaters.
Meanwhile the poisons in Absinthe cause hallucinations that would appear to be tinker bell type faeries. You can see these if you get hit in the head
real hard, or hold your breath to a dangerous point.
The existance of historical dimunitive people's is not proof of supernatural entities.
Small people can be attributed directly to disease, malnutrition, and genetic inhertance, not unscientific fantasies.
It is well know that during the "dark ages", the growth of everything on the planet was reduced, less sunlight = less tree growth = less
plant growth = less food supply = less surviving offspring = etc etc. A chain reaction.
And here we find the origin of many of our "little people" legends.
So no, dwarves, elves, gnomes, don't exist.
But smurfs do.
[edit on 30-4-2005 by Legalizer]