The young child seeth Lilitir by day, yea, and at night but to the discerning adult, only in the moonlight may it be seen. Rarely perchance at dawn or dusk and oft as a mere speck of light. Indeed draweth Lilitir power from moonlight to enhance its form. It adoreth the infant and the child but verily concealeth itself from the grown-up. Yea, it shieth away from lusts and desires, those acquired at puberty. Innocence pleaseth it, carnal yearnings offend it. The form of Lilitir is like a beauteous maiden with wings. Some few kinds only have one single leg like a stem or a root whilst the number of wings varieth indeed. One or two or even three pairs there may be. If there be those with more, as such there might, it hath not been observed by us. Lilitir loveth water and vegetation, truly is it scarce in the desert regions to the west and the east. Even though it be an elemental of the air, frolicketh it on the water and in the plants. Yea, in Buradun and Iddigina it flourisheth, in the canals likewise and in the marshes. In the hilly lands with brooks and streams aplenty, there also wilst thou find it.