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Brixta Words



A power in the multiverse, some would call it magic or just anything supernatural.



Like a sentinel. Someone who is by the side of another being. A friendship between two beings, while one being has the role of the companion. They have a certain kind of gweral. With a shentich one usually shents.



Traveling through duros into another world.



Portals. Its use is tied to certain conditions.



Free flowing magical bond.



An anatcor, which says, that you protect something or someone until your death.



A strong brixta condition, or enchantment, which can be created through a lit.



Can be viewed as somewhat a ritual, charm or just a brixta action. It is a set of conditions for brixta to manifest in an intended way.



Energy. The all-encompassing energy. The fact that everything is energy and equal.



Free flowing eri. It can show up as an amu,  obri or gwit. It can also be blockaded. It carries brixta and in it flows brixta.



Rineri river, flow.



Rineri source, fountain, spring.



Rineri spiral.



Brixta intention. The intention which leads to the use of brixta. It is directed by certain, conditions, feelings or powers.



It is a brixta condition, which can be attained through training, or other means. Or you a born with a natural disposition/condition. There are certain conditions and levels of gwibri. It is a prerequisite to derchwen.  



The act of perceiving brixta. The act to conjure, to create lits. The act to recognize the supernatural. To get brixta insight/awareness. The act to learn brixta. Also, a general term for brixta sights. It can be used quite generally.



Generally spoken it is important information in connection with lits.



To create something to execute derchwen. To give something actively a form to put it into place. To fixate something. To bring something back into someone's sight or into light.



A bripetar which was enchanted. An item created with brixta and then additionally was given a certain purpose; enchanted through brixta.



An item, which was created by involving brixta.


A normal/common item, which was enchanted.



An item which was directly given by the goddesses and/or gods.  Usually they have their own names.



Mainly some kind of chant, poem or spell. A brixta spell, which is expressed through sound. It is the general term for a sound with a brixta intention, with égnat. There is slanata (Healing sounds), ronata (Calling sounds)  and banata (Fighting sounds)



Is the power or the sum of something's properties, glans, energy and powers, which expresses itself as ixshi. It is somehow similar to an aura and an invisible space. It is something passive, like an output. For example a place has an ixshi, a river has an ixshi, a mountain has an ixshi..etc.



Those are fields within worlds. Those can be perceived as erifields. In order to enter those fields you need to fulfil various prerequisites. For example having a certain level of brixta or gwibri. A river could be a glan, a mountain could be one, but usually a place is filled with many glans. Their forms can vary. It can only be derchwened, otherwise not been seen. They are like modules which exist in the worlds and are woven into it, but do not have to exit.




A general term used for worlds. There are for example the tir Rodhgrau, which is the place of the red dessert. A tir can only be accessed through a duro. Usually a world has the word "tir" as a preamble.



Are smaller worlds/tirs, which are usually built around certain tirs, tirmars or a gwotir. They are easier worlds, which have a lot of easy glans and can easily be accessed. They are like forecourts to other grander worlds. However, it doesn't mean that they could not be of importance. A tartir is a sign that a tir, tirma or great world is nearby. It has its own ixshi.



Can be viewed as a tiny world, which usually are accessed through a duro. It is normally home to one or more beings. They usually call it home. It is part of bigger worlds. It has its own ixshi.



A world in-between several worlds. It does not exist and does. A tartir is a world connecting several worlds, or it is in front of a big world. A setir in comparison is something which is entered after accessing a duro. It is like being nowhere and somewhere.  



Those are bigger worlds which consist of several tirs. For example the tirma Anatia would be such a world. It has its own ixshi.



Tirma Anatia

The tirma Anatia is the world of souls and consist of several tirs.



The general term for great worlds are gwotirs, which means they consist of several tirmars. A gwotir has always its own name and its own ixshi.



Is a gwotir. The tirma Anatia is part of it. The Aneru is part of the under worlds and can be viewed as the realm of death.



It is part of the "Great River". The Great River is a stream which flows through the under worlds. The Tacoren has her own source like other rivers which are part of the "Great River". She is part of the Aneru's border.



The "otherside", "otherworld", the name which the Shi Litaui gave to the other worlds, everything outside of the tirma Litau and outside of the doniall’s perception is called Antumnos by the humans. Sometimes also only a part of the otherside is called Antumnos.


Tirma Litau

This tirma is the world of humans, animals and plants. It is the so called everyday world, including what is not seen in that world. The “human world”, the “tir Doni” is part of it.


You could say the Litaui is the earth. There are several tirmars and tirs hidden from the eye of the doni on earth which are part of the Litaui. However, the tirma Litau is often also called inaccurately synonymously the Litaui. The Litaui belongs to the middle worlds.



This is the souldeath. This means the whole soul is gone or vanishing. It is not physical death, but a certain condition, which is like death and can lead to physical death.



Law of the gues




Tengu Ol

The infinite language, the universal language. Is mostly just called Tengu.


Tengu Litaui:

The language of animals, plants and humans.


Tengu Dal:

The human language. A dialect of the tengu Litau and thus a simple dialect of the tengu Ol


Tengu Bri:

Is the magical language of the doni. Compared to the tengu dal, the tengu Bri can only be derchwened. In the tirma Litau it is called the dark language.


Tengu Duil: 

Elemental languages.


Tengu Cadl:

The term for a group of languages. It is the general term for the "shining languages".


Tengu Thé:

Part of the tengu Cadl. The language of the fairies.





Bisu are energy with consciousness. Beings, which can act on their own and which have the ability to change.


Dusgwetan Bisu:

Not a natural born being. Beings, which were created or developed through an intended or unintended process of transformation. Something which is already part of the world or which originates in one world is consciously or unconsciously transformed in the same world. Its creation process does not span over different worlds.


Duscelnat Dusgwetan:

These are beings, which were transformed and lost in the process a part of their consciousness, or a part of their soul.


Amgwetan Bisu:

Bisu, which are naturally born, which means, which are born from rivers, gods, goddesses, people and so on.



Bisu which are organic. They can be seen by a doniall by an average human. Which have a certain kind of eri.



A word to describe a group of beings with similar properties in the multiverse.


Shi Litaui:

The name for the group of humans, plants and animals in the tirma Litau.



A human, which can perceive brixta.



A human which cannot perceive brixta. Thus he/she cannot see supernatural things.


The Shiri:

Legendary doni, the ones which also built menhirs. They are also called the golden, the shining and the licer.



Are Amgwetan bisu, which are not recognisable for a doniall.  This means they cannot be perceived by them.


The Shi Li:

Brixta insects, spiders, animals, plants, which aren't born in the Litaui.



A brixta animal, it differs from a common animal that it has a higher level of brixta and that they usually cannot attain a physical form.

They are not born on earth and can become helpers of humans. If they become helpers, they choose humans and humans choose them. There are certain conditions in order for them to become companions, they also can become a shentich.


The Shi Thé:

The race of fairies. They shine slightly, have usually transparent wings and if ever they have cloths, then those are made out of plants. They can look partly similar to insects in some features.



Those are fairies or pixies, which usually take care of plants. They have transparent wings and they are small. However, they can turn into lightorbs or have a bigger appearance.


The Shi Chaun:

Those are earthly, stony beings. They have mostly a humanoid basic appearance. They can be tiny or giant. You can separate them  into the Small Folk, the Giants and the Coru (middle size).



Very big bisu. Minimum 20 humans high.


The Coru:



Big bisu, who have big noses, rocky and elephant like skin.



Often green, smaller bisu. They usually have big ears, big noses, big hands and feet. Their skin seem thick, but not as thick and rough as the one of an elephant. Actually, it is usually soft and smooth/even. For the human eye they can look disproportional.


The Shi Carnu:

Those are mostly scraggy, furry beings, but don't have to be. They have sharp claws and/or horns. They can have humanoid appearance with at least either horns or claws.



A bisu of the night, which has long white fur, sharp claws, two long teeth(like sabres), two red eyes. They are born in cold areas with a lot of ice or glaciers. They are very sensitive and have a high voice. They mainly live in caves or almost always in a mountain like area or at least hillsides.


The Shi Nymph:

One could describe them as bisu of the elements. They can have all kind of forms. There are different basic types. Three types exist, the earthnymphs, the airnymphs and the waternymphs. They are very light and live in the elements and can show up as them.


Die Shi Elprin:

Bisu which are indirectly or directly born form trees, plants or woods. They often have pointed ears, no claws and no horns.



They could be viewed as nymphs of the trees since they are born from plants and live in plants. They have sharp ears and often a plant hat or something plant-like on them. They are slightly glowing and are also light.