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I was doing some reading this morning and came upon a wonderful article discussing a protest on building roads in Iceland because it would disturb the habitat of the elves who live there among the rocks. It was very interesting to me and made me think about why more people in the Icelandic culture believe in Norse Elf mythology. Polls were taken and it was discovered that at least half of their population believes in elves or won't rule out their possible existence.
The Iceland people even have Elf School !
A film producer by the name of Jean Michel Roux made a documentary film called Investigation Into The Invisible World, after he was in Iceland looking for locations because of the beautiful and breathtaking scenery. After talking to the people he began to learn of their beliefs and decided to document and investigate further.
What do you think of this ? Its amazing that certain cultures still protect the natural habitats not only for preserving our beautiful earth but also for the beings they believe inhabit it.
Why do you think they would go to such extremes ? Is it because there is truth to this ?
reply to post by Fylgje
Tidbits dangled and then yanked away? If you've written about it, linky, if you haven't, maybe do so? This is anonymous for a reason, after all!
There are tons of little people sightings... many in Appalachia. I remember a kid who saw a little man the size of a coke bottle and there were little, perfect footprints, too.
This gets lumped in with aliens, lately, and the globs of light seen in conjunction confuses the issue, too.
But please, tell us what you saw... so what if some buzzed young wag posts a thumbs down in response? Heh...