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Classical Elements

Greek

  Air  
Water Aether Fire
  Earth  

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Bön

  Air  
Water Space Fire
  Earth  

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Hinduism (Tattva) and
Buddhism (Mahābhūta)

Prithvi / BhumiEarth
Ap / JalaWater
Vayu / PavanAir / Wind
Agni / TejasFire
AkashaAether


Japanese (Godai)

Earth (地)
Water (水)
Air / Wind (風)
Fire (火)
Void / Sky / Heaven (空)


Chinese (Wu Xing)

  Water (水)  
Metal (金) Earth (土) Wood (木)
  Fire (火)  

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Modern

  Gas  
Liquid Informatics Plasma
  Solid  

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Neo-paganism

Earth
Water
Wind
Fire
Life Force / Electricity
Light
Dark

The five elements usually refer to wood, fire, earth, metal, and water in Asian philosophy. In the Western traditions, the five elements refer to Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Aether.

Five elements may mean:

See also

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