The Elena Papers is an independent publication launched in January 2023 by Elena Eleadi and some friends. The site features content primarily written by Elena Eleadi, a woman who was born in ancient Sumer around 3500 BC and who continues living today. There is also content written by friends and acquaintances.

Where to start?

If you have just arrived, we recommend starting with the 'Dedication and Introduction' section on the Homepage. There, Elena explains what this publication is about and what its main parts include.

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Elena wants to encourage member participation in Part 4. So if you subscribe, please feel free to email us with suggestions for topics or content for Part 4.

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All of the website content is copyrighted The Elena Papers @ 2023. If you wish to quote any limited content, we kindly ask if you can refer the quote to this website. If you wish to use significant content, please use the Contact Form to contact us. Thank you!

Who is Elena Eleadi?

Elena Eleadi was born around 3500 BC. Around the age of 20-25, she stopped aging but continued living. She changed her name a few times from 3500 BC to 1500 BC. Eventually, she settled on the Greek words Elena Eleadi in 1000 BC. "Elena" derives from the ancient Greek term for "shining light". "Eleadi" derives from the ancient Greek term for "freshwater nymph".

Elena prefers to keep her life anonymous, but for centuries she has wanted to create a 'library for women'.

Elena is a lover of women.

Technical information

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