Elwë the sage absorbs sustenance from each and every prayer, awaiting the day she emerges from the translucent golden shell. Her heart pounds with anticipation for she knows the people's pleas for peace, happiness, and her successful rebirth. Yet at the moment she can only await the day she will make their wishes come true.
Elu Thingol, also known as Elwë Singollo, is a fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. In The Silmarillion he is introduced as one of the three chieftains of the Elves who depart from Cuiviénen with Oromë as ambassadors of Valinor and later become Kings. Elwë means "Star-man", it derived from the Quenya (one of the languages spoken by the Elves) el "star" and wë "person, man" (man in the sense male, not human).