The Elven Spiritual Path Tië eldaliéva – Based on the Elven Viewpoint in JRR Tolkien’s Middle-Earth Stories
Tië eldaliéva – Based on the Elven Viewpoint in JRR Tolkien’s Middle-Earth Stories


The Elven Spiritual Path’s RedBubble Store

Get T-shirts, Housewares, and Accessories that show your connection to Elvenness, especially if it is aligned with Tolkien Elves. We have plenty of designs here applying the public-domain* version of what we call the Septaquetra; which, as of 2020, Tië eldaliéva has alternately designated as the New Elven Star. This public-domain Septaquetra (hereinbelow) is for all to use who align with the Tolkien Elven archetype in whatever fashion they’re comfortable doing so.

While we love the acute 7-pointed star, called a Heptagram or Septagram, the modern meaning of this symbol is very broad, ranging from Elven to Fairy/Faerie and even to Otherkin. YOU can help establish the Septaquetra as the New Elven Star by using it, and wearing it! We hope this store provides one good way to do this!

We see our products as actually Elven magical tools that may aesthetically, and spiritually enhance your life. When supporting us through Redbubble, your purchases tastefully enhance your environment, or image, whilst also being remarkable devices for your spiritual growth. We hope this store also assists you to dynamically accomplish that. Laita!

Septaquetra – the New or Alternate Elven-Star

The Septaquetra, hereinabove, is a public domain shape that anyone who wishes to be aligned with Tolkien and/or Elven energies may wish to use (or, for jewelry companies looking to make a unique design for a niche, and growing, clientele). The ex-board member Alyras discovered this shape, and Lisa/Calantirniel and Dave/Nathan Elwin came up with the actual term Septaquetra, using etymological research for meaning and structure to maintain linguistic integrity. It means “seven-cornered” and is similar to the well-known Triquetra.


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