What we mostly use the language for is spells and in our art pieces, which often have spells in them. We translate our spells into Arvyndase and paint them on our artwork or use them if we have invocations that we are doing. In this way, Arvyndase has been a very useful language to us, lending the sort of mysterious sound and tone to our evocations that Crowley referred to when he spoke of evoking in barbarous languages, although our language we feel is not barbarous but fair and sublime.
Occasionally, one of our kin will write to us in Arvyndase, which is a delight if it isn’t too lengthy (looking up a lot of words in our elven dictionary is time consuming and we do prefer to devote a good deal of our time to writing our elven tomes and creating our simple bits of elven art) but it does give us an opportunity to renew our own knowledge of the language and as we elves say, Never miss an opportunity to learn.
Tae Arvyn Eldali (pronounced tay -- air - vin -- L - dah – lie, The Silver Elves)
Our Other favorite Arvyndase salutations:
Ver Aleli Vasadas (In dreams awakening),
Ver nesidas mellun vari te (In shimmering starlight ever be),
Eli Feln Le (We love you),
Fost Tae Lodver (Touch the truth),
Keldas Zet Ton Na Tarsalunin Sol (Running wild on
a moonlit night),
Fardas Lovur Tae Lan (Dancing toward the dawn),
And some of our favorite phrases and words in Arvyndase:
The Silver Elves