Insular and pious tribe of the Elim.

An insular and pious tribe of the Elim, named after their distant ancestor Seth. Also a pejorative for mendicants, religious storytellers, or exaggerators — due to their devotion to preserving the oral histories of the First Parents, belief in the El, and the associated creation myths.
These descendants of Seth built a three-tiered temple complex not far from the patrician city of Qr-Ai-Henokhi that was devoted to the healing arts and monotheistic worship.
Mendicant storytellers often walk about naked to demonstrate that nothing is hidden from The El. This tribe tends not to marry outsiders, although outsiders can join through a ritual washing ceremony in the cleansing pools of the lowest tier.
PHONETIC : ʌbˈsɛθɪ


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