They call themselves Dìchorrisaei, (transl. the nomads). The members of this kind are grown in the size of human kids and look a little bit like Gniri. But they have far less hair on their bodies. Their hair is more wooly and smooth. A friend of mine, who has contact to them compared their kids lo hairy kiwis ;-).
For a better look click on the picture:
This is the present leader of the Dìchorrisaei community with a part of his family (from left to right):
his son, the leader himself, his daughter, and the grandmother of the kids.
Look at the haircuts of the family: Number, position and size of the plats represent their important position within their society. We distinguish between hair cuts of women an men. The body hair gets a cut as well. So it is very stylish for the men to have long hair on the belly and a walrus mustache, the women cut their hair within the face but not totally like human women do.
Kids and grandmother wear traditional clothes which are made of reed and gras. The number of the strings on the skirt of the grandmother represent the high status within the community and the rich experience of life.
The leader wears knee breeches and sandals - that looks very exotic on him. Dìchorrisaei often wear human clothes because they are more comfort and warming than their traditional ones.
Where do they live?They live not in trees but on the ground and within vast system of underground tunnels. They mainly live in the Puzsta of Hungary, and insularly in other countries of east europe, like Romania, Kroatia, Bulgaria and Russia. Some even live in east Turkey. They are nomads. Other species of nature people don'l like that, so they are not very respected by them.
Ca. 300.000 people belong to the great Dìchorrisae community which is split into thousands of little folks with different dialects and names. The ones who live in Turkey and Hungary mainly settled down there - so they are no longer nomands.
Their cultureFlexibility is very important for them. They don't have rigid society structures like e.g Dhàrdhats, who mainly live in the scandinavic countries. The leader of the community is speaking some human languages: He can talk with me in perfect German, then he speaks Hungarian, some Romanian, and a little bit Finnish. He learned all these human languages within his long journeys and in human schools.
The leaders are elected by the community in a democratic system. The family with the best abilities, like intelligence, fertility, work enthusiasm and talent of organisation get the leadership - and can loose it again, if they cannot fulfill any longer the requirements of the society.
Dìchorrisae like traditions as well as other nature poeple populations but they are not rigid with them - like the others, they adopt every good thing from other cultures, which helps to enrich and improve their life standard. That is a reason why other nature people communities don't like them. But they have a lot of self esteem and are very proud of who and what they are.
Many greetings from
Mudjoras & Alina