The Faelf site is primarily intended for the Faelf and the members of the Sidhevairs and Westernesste, but non-members can learn a bit more about us here.
We offer playful opportunities to explore these themes through immersion in character. We hope that you will find that the lands and the residents of the Sidhevairs (the faelf) offer you the chance to play and explore myth and fantasy.
FAERIES AND ELVES IN CYBERSPACE!!!
"Faelf" is a blended compound word for Faeries and Elves. "Sidhevair" is a bilingual compound word and a pun. Sidhe means Fae or Faery in Gaelic and at the same time Sidh means Peace in Elvish. Evair is an archaic Elvish word for Elves who are reluctant to leave the lands they love.
Sidhevair then, has multiple meanings which include Faery-Elf or "Faelf", and Peaceful Faelf.
You are welcome to explore, and just as in the Sidhevairs, all doors that will open to you may be entered respectfully. When you encounter a door that is locked, please respect that.
In the Sidhevairs (Inworld)
If you are already a member of the Sidhevairs you can find event announcements by joining the Sidhevair group in Inworldz. We also announce events on our Facebook group page. You can request an invitation at the group page in Facebook as it is a "by invite only" group.
If you are interested in attending our next Mystery Rite (Fall 2018) please contact Maerian@westernesste.org
Westernesste Events (Outworld)
Please contact the individual Nesstes for details on rites in your area.
The Faelf celebrate as many holidays as we can including:
The Faelf comprise the members and avatars of Westernesste and the Sidhevairs. The Sidhevairs are a non-profit arts and educational association which share a group tax exemption under 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code as a chartered coordinating subordinate organization of Westernesste. Donations to us are tax deductible. You can learn learn more about our parent organization by visiting the Westernesste site. You can learn more about the organization of The Sidhevairs, see our EIN letter, our DUNS information, our charter, and our articles of association by clicking here.