The Elohim and the Nature Kingdom
“The third order, or kingdom, represents the blue plume of the threefold flame. This is the order of Elohim, or the elemental kingdom. The Elohim are the highest beings in this order. The Elohim are the builders of form, the Seven Spirits of God who responded when God gave forth the fiat “Let there be light; and there was light.”
When God directed the formation of the cosmos in the physical plane, it was the Elohim who brought forth that creation. Under the Elohim are the directors of the elements who, in turn, are in charge of the gnomes, sylphs, undines and salamanders—the elemental beings who take care of the four elements of the nature kingdom.”
The Elohim, the most powerful aspect of the Consciousness of God, include in their Hierarchy "Elemental Builders of Form". Elementals are the sylphs that control the air, the gnomes that control the earth, the undines that control the water, and the salamanders that control the fire element. These four aspects also govern man's four lower bodies. Serving directly under the Elohim are the Beings of Nature – the Four Beings of the Elements, who have dominion over all of the evolutions of the gnomes, salamanders, sylphs, and undines.
The Elohim are a group of God Beings who created this world, and the Divine Parents of humanity. They offer and provide unswerving love and companionship. They are always available, because They are omnipresent. And They want to talk with us about everything that's important to us. They can guide us in all things, because They know everything that is relevant to know about life on earth and about humanity.
The Old Testament mentions The Elohim 2,570 times. And in each case, the Hebrew word "Elohim" is plural ("Gods") -- although that is not conveyed in the English translations of the Bible. Here is an example from Genesis:
"In the beginning Gods (Elohim) created the heaven and the earth."
So bear in mind that when we say "Elohim" here, we are referring to one Being who is comprised of many Beings. We generally refer to Them in the plural, but in the video clips you may hear occasional references to Them in the singular. Either way is fine with Them.