Soooooooooo, trying to get this going again, Day 7's prompt is Air Element. Of course. Of course the prompt to pick up where I left off would be something where I'm just kinda drawing a blank on what to say. *facepalm*
I found a purrtyful peekture all artsy-like of the Air Element on Google :-D
Credit for image goes to CristaliaART
The following info for the Air Correspondences is taken from Ellen Dugan's book "Elements of Witchcraft: Natural Magick for Teens" and, of course, all credit goes to her.
Time of Day: Sunrise
Places: High places, such as mountaintops, meadows, and windy plains
Witch's Tool: Wand
Deities: Aradia, Aphrodite, Arianrhod, Butterfly Woman (Native American), Eros, Mercury, Nut, Psyche, the Sky Father
Animals: Birds and flying insects -- bees, butterflies, dragonflies, and ladybugs
Elemental Beings: Faeries, sylphs, and flower faeries
Magicks Include: Creativity, knowledge, study, and change
Natural Representations Include: Feathers, flowers, oils, perfumes, and incense smoke
The element of Air also rules over three signs of the Zodiac: Aquarius, Gemini, and Libra. Common traits that vary in degree between the three are being more mentally-driven than emotional, very intellectual, and tend to be flexible and open to change. These three are very chatty (I should know -- I'm a Gemini cusp and my Moon is in Libra) and could talk your ears off for hours if you let them. Basically, a lot of their common traits are, for lack of a better word, quite airy. Conversations, life decisions, etc. often end up being things that are flitted to from one thing to the next with very little warning. "Wherever the wind blows you", in my opinion, was a phrase probably coined for an Air sign ;-) LoL Actually, I don't know that for sure or anything, but it definitely fits!