Fire Elementals are Spirits of Sun. They are least interested in humans. They can clear away problems of a psychic nature. They are attracted by the candle flames, charcoal, and incense. Well rhymingincantations may induce them to burn away troubles without harm. They are Salamanders who often escaped from logs that were thrown on the fire. An their appearance is similar to the lizard of the same name, they can also walk bipedally. They are led by Djin. The salamanders are the spirit of fire. Without these beings, fire cannot exist. You cannot light a match without a salamander’s being present. They are considered the strongest and most powerful of all the elementals. Their ruler is a magnificent flaming being called Djin. On the spiritual level, they also help to awaken kundalini. Salamanderswillalways help people who are friendly towards them and keep their hearth fires burning.
“Salamanders have been seen in the shape of fiery balls, or tongues of fire, running over the fields, or peering in houses.” Paracelsus
The salamanders are the spirit of fire. They keep us warm and work through the liver, bloodstream and emotions. Without these beings, fire cannot exist. You cannot light a match without a salamander’s being present. They are considered the strongest and most powerful of all the elementals.
Their ruler is a magnificent flaming being called Djin. On the spiritual level, they also help to awaken kundalini. Salamanders will always help people who are friendly towards them and keep their heart fires burning. They also have special influence over those with fiery tempers.
The strongest and most powerful of the elementals, Salamanders are the spirit of fire. Without them, fire cannot exist. Their assistance is required for creating even the smallest bit of flame, even that on a match. Their help can be invited, but they can be mischevious. A slighted Salamander may cause fires to burn out of control, especially since they don’t fully comprehend the results of their actions.
Typically they are represented as lizards, though they are sometimes pictured in a more typical fairy fashion or as small balls of light. Salamanders are reported to possess the ability to change their size at will, either extending or diminishing as they please.
Drakes are typically described as smallish cousins to dragons. Like some of the bigger animals, they breathe fire. This trait, in turn, results in their odiforous quality which has been described as a cross between a chicken coop and rotten eggs.
They are benevolent creatures, who, when residing in a human domicile, will keep the firewood dry and bless the hearth. Drakes expect their kindness to be returned and react negatively to human mistreatment. When not residing with a human, they are usually found in wood piles or deep in an ancient forest. Typically they are nocturnal, being most active from nightfall until shortly after dawn.