Humans, Elves, and Dwarves? Why does the world have three human races? Why could it not have just one?
Human and Elven Race
Humans were originally a “races of man.” These races first came to the Middle Ages, where they were the result of a genetic mutation of humankind and a mutation involving the “Cursed Child” of Adam. The first to be called “humans,” they were descended from the apes. At some point in human history, the first “humans” lost their “hindquarters”–the “male genital organs” (the “penis” and the “head [of] the penis.” The only part of the man’s body that had not changed was the head, and the head was known as “the head” as in “Head of the King”—the King of Heaven). Because the Cures would not agree, it became necessary to find a “perfection” for mankind. This led to “the perfecting” of the human race and the end of any possible descent from apes. Henceforth, the only form of human was to be a “man!”
The modern “elves” are the descendants of “the Great Race of Luthi” (that is, the ones descended from the last king of the “Great Race of Man”). For the first time, the “elves” had the complete human body, but it did not work with the male. Their bodies were in “the state of flux,” as said by the poet Robert Graves in the “The Song of Roland” as performed by the “Norse Lute Singing People”.
The “Dunmer” came from “the Dunlending Race,” of which the ancient Dunmer were only the first. Because the Dunmer’s “hair,” their “skin,” and even their mind were different from the rest of the Dunmer and was an inheritance of their earlier past, the Dunmer had difficulty fitting into “the State of flux,” as said by the poet Robert Graves in the “The Song of Roland” as performed by the “Norse Lute Singing People.”
The “Aldmeri Dominion” was the first race of “Man,” and was responsible for the development of the first written language, Aldmeri. The Aldmer were the “fathers of Man”, while “the Elves” are the descendants of “the Great Race of Man,” of which the Aldmer were
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