Meet The Woman Living Life As Otherkin Elf
She's fluent in Quenya and Sindarin - the two languages spoken by the elves in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
When in nature, she tries to reenact the elf with her Elvish garment, long edgy ears, and a crownlike headband with a rhinestone in the middle.
She openly speaks about her spirituality and truly believes she is a descendant of the Elvish generation
“Not all that wander are lost” - warns Tolkien in The Riddle of Strider, but Kimberel decided to take the verse one step further.
Tolkien, the father of fantasy, created a unique world with his Lord of the Rings - lighting a fire in Kimberel Eventide and encouraging her to become a character from the Elvish generation. She practices magic by putting a spell to prevent the world from becoming evil. Of course, that’s not true - but she likes to believe in it.
She's fluent in Quenya and Sindarin - the two languages spoken by the elves in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. She believes she was made of stardust, and she shares her spiritual belief on her YouTube channel.
Growing up, Kimberel's childhood was not that different from Tolkien's. They both lost their mothers when they were too young. To escape the pain - fantasy was the only way out! Kimberel would fire up Lord of the Rings and get lost in the elf's adventures. She was mesmerized by their power and started believing she was part of them!
Tolkien presented her with a new world, a new civilization - a life with goodness in the world worth fighting for!
When teenage years hit, Kimberel couldn't openly speak about her beliefs, and she masked her true personality with the face of an artist. Oddly enough - her friends bought that story, and no one really understood what she hid below the mask. She was getting closer to her true being.
As an adult, she shifted perspectives and realized that human nature is dubious. We are kind until our interests come into jeopardy, and then evil flourishes. Knowing she had found peace through forgiveness, Kimberel decided to become one with nature and become a spiritual person.
Kimberel would go and meditate in the middle of the woods, with no one around. It's her way of communicating with nature, not only a way of calming down. When in nature, she tries to reenact the elf with her Elvish garment, long edgy ears, and a crownlike headband with a rhinestone in the middle. Imagine her all dressed up in the woods with her Elvish jewellery, singing and reenacting the realm of Lindon! According to her, it’s not about cosplay - it’s a way of life.
Now she has her youtube channel where she shares her Elvish journey, where you can check more of her story. She shares her beliefs and would gladly welcome any newcomer to populate Middle Earth!
“It’s a type of civilization that I feel most resonates with who I am and what I would like the world to be like” - says Kimberel in her video for iWonder.
She has her own spiritual company searching for donations. Also, Kimberel has her store on Etsy, where she sells specific garments, accessories, and items that will help anyone realize the ultimate Elvish look.
Nowadays, she openly speaks about her spirituality and truly believes she is a descendant of the Elvish generation! She still believes to be one of Tolkien's Otherkins. She even speaks Elvish!