(Hey Peeps! Got some inspiration, so I decided to post this chap up here and get you guys to review it for me and tell me whether I should keep it up, or just let it slide! Hope you enjoy....

Blah..Blah...Blah...Harry Potter...not mine.....J.K.Rowling...blah blah....you get the drift, no?

On with da' story......)

*Chapter one*

"We felt you, the others and I. But it wasn't normal, you felt different. Way different."

Harry shook his head to clear his thoughts of the past couple of days. It had been strange to say the least. He really didn't know what to think. The first day she had approached him, he had been completely shocked.

"Hi I'm Anna, can I ask you something Harry Potter?" A girl with black hair and the most strangely coloured hazel eyes smiled warmly. She had just walked up out of the blue and began to talk to him, but the first thought in his head was,

"How do you know my name?"

"That's what I want to talk to you about. Can we go somewhere private?"

"Private?" Harry scoffed in reply. "The street's practically empty." He gestured up and down the street that he had been walking. It was close to Privet Drive and just as common.

"Point taken," she grinned and sat up on a short brick fence. Harry stood standing hands in his pockets. "I'm a witch just in case you're wondering."

"I figured, not many people know me except those who are wizards or witches."

She nodded. "But I'm not like normal witches or wizards, I don't need a wand."

"Huh?" Harry tilted his head in confusion.

"I can do wandless magic. And I can also do telepathy."

Harry shook his head with a smile, "You, can talk to people inside their heads right?" He gave her a disbelieving look.

"I'm serious, I can prove it if you want!" She said indignantly.

"Nuh, nuh, I believe you. I mean I believed I was a wizard what four years ago."

She smiled wider, "Good. Anyways, I'm not the only one, there are three others; we call ourselves the elementals. We felt you, the others and I. But it wasn't normal, you felt different. Way different."

Harry stared out the window with a soft smile; he was finally getting away from the Dursleys but at a price. He had to give up Hogwarts. And he couldn't believe he was actually doing it. He grabbed his last stack of books and packed them in his trunk and then closed and latched the lid. Looking around the room once, he shrunk his trunk put it and his wand in his pocket and walked out of the room. He had learned lots of things in the last couple of days and it was still hard to actually comprehend what was happening to him.

"Sara, I found him...but... he seems to be in denial." Anna shook her head with a smile.

"I am not in denial!" Harry protested. The girl just didn't seem to understand that he was taking this really easily. He'd had many shocks in his life and really this was not the worst.

The woman named Sara smiled softly at him and motioned for him to sit down. They were in a small room at the back of a cafe. She brought out her wand and with a simple wave, put a silencing charm on it.

"I had a premonition two years ago, and normally I'd just ignore them and watch as they came true. But this premonition wanted something of me, and I knew then that I'd have to go out and find the elementals, four kids."


"You weren't included in the prophecy and I'm not sure why. But I found the four none the less only a year ago, and began training them with their wandless magic, telepathy and their element. They came and lived with me here, none of them seemed to have any family to take care of them anyways so I guess I was a breath of fresh air."

"You have no idea," He heard Anna whisper with a shake of her head beside him.

Harry didn't want to sound rude but he couldn't help it. "Here? Bit small don't you think?"

Sara chuckled and replied, "Looks can be deceiving." She paused then continued on with her story. "They all pulled out of their wizarding schools and seemingly disappeared to the ministry who didn't even bother to check up on it. Just another missing persons case I suppose, but it was for the better. We couldn't let the world know about them, it would just become to hectic, and we still can't."

Harry nodded; this was a lot to take in.

"Jason was the first one I found, he controls the element of earth. From then on it was easy as they all have a connection and can sense one and other. So our group slowly became four, Anna who you've met is fire, Nada who controls water and lastly Jessica who controls the air. The premonition didn't tell me much, I just knew I had to teach them their powers and some fighting techniques. So that's what we've been doing until now."

"We felt you this morning but as I said before it was different." Anna piped up tucking a strand of black behind her ear. "We can normally sense what element was flowing through a person but there are no more elements left. We didn't know what to do but Sara suggested bringing you here to train you and that we'd face what will come when it comes."

"So now all you've got to decide is whether you want to stay here and learn what you can about your powers or continue on, oblivious to what's inside of you." Sara stared at him with kind brown eyes and then she stood and motioned for Anna to follow her saying over her shoulder. "There is a lot you'll have to give up."

It was still a shock; he couldn't say anything at all to anyone. Not even Dumbledore, he was to disappear out of the wizarding world for who knows how long. One part of him was happy, no more Dursley's, a freedom to be himself and not just Harry Potter with the scar. But the other sad because he would be leaving his home and he may not come back.

It was the right choice though, he could feel it. Feel the new magic that he hadn't noticed before flowing through his veins and he also knew that he couldn't just leave it there to run rampant through his body.

"Boy! Where do you think you are going?" Vernon's face appeared out of the Dursley's bedroom.

"I'm leaving," Harry said plainly.

"Leaving?" Vernon scoffed. "To where!"

"I have a place, but I'm not about to tell you, am I?" Harry turned on his heel about to make his way down the stairs.

"Oh no you don't! Of all the ungrateful-" Vernon began again gruffly but Harry interrupted him.

"Ungrateful? Please! See you round Uncle Vernon, say bye to Dudders for me and Aunt Petunia!" Harry skipped down the last of the stairs; glanced over his shoulder to see his Uncle's face purpling with rage and then slammed the front door shut behind him.

"It's about time," Jason flipped his brown fringe out of his face and grinned wryly at Harry.

"Sorry," he shrugged and began walking along the street with Jason. "Are you sure the ministry won't detect my magic?"

"Yeah, Sara's got it covered and soon you won't have to worry. She'll teach you how to block them."

Harry nodded as they turned the corner and walked towards a small narrow street that ran in between two flats. They approached a trashcan and Jason leaned behind it and grabbed a can, holding it out for Harry to place his hand on.

"Phewf-just in time-" Jason began but a hook behind his navel told Harry that they were already off and then immediately he found his footing in a small living area.

"Got your stuff Harry?" Sara asked, she bundled up to him and took his glasses of his face. "You won't be needing them."

"Hey!" Harry protested but stopped short as he glanced around the room in amazement.

"I think you'll find that lots of things have changed for you recently. When was the last time you looked in the mirror?" Sara beamed and placed his glasses on the table.

"Uh-Good question..." Harry mumbled, scratching his head awkwardly.

"Once you acknowledge your powers your appearance will change." Sara sat herself on a sofa and rubbed her eyes tiredly. "I don't quite know how it works but I assume that when you were born your magic made you appear younger than you are. Now that you have recognised this new magic, your appearance is coming back to how it should be."

"Oh, so that's why I still look eleven," Harry muttered about to push imaginary glasses up his noses. He shook his head and glanced up. "Why does it do that?"

"I wish I knew. All I can say is that I think it is a disguise for your eyes, which could give away your extra abilities. Anna has hazel eyes that are almost orange like a flame, before she acknowledged her power they were just light brown. The same thing applies to everyone else."

Harry nodded and looked around the small living room he had stumbled into. It had warm brown sofa's that appeared very comfy to the eyes and a fluffy sheepskin rug across the stone floor. A fireplace burned brightly, shedding a glow of Orange around the room.

"Where am I?" He asked.

"Quite near Hogwarts as a matter of fact!" Sara said. "This house links to Little Whinging cafe, where we first met." She smiled. "So you can keep in contact with the muggle and busy world of London and at the same time learn what you need to about your powers."

"Should I show him his room?" Jason asked. Sara nodded and closed her eyes, leaning back into the chair. She looked relieved and peaceful in that position. "This way, you're sharing with me, and the girls share the other room." He walked up some stairs adjoining the living room and onto a carpeted landing. They passed the girls room and a bathroom before reaching the room. Inside it was a medium blue colour with a creamy carpet and two beds were against the wall with white to grey doona's thrown over them.

"Nice," Harry smiled as he looked around the room, he then pulled his shrunken trunk out of his pocket and his wand.

"Hold on!" Jason walked forward slightly and flicked his wrist, enlarging the trunk before Harry could. "Soon you'll be able to do that!" He grinned.

Harry stared wide-eyed for a second before recovering with a grin on his face. "Can you show me something now?"

Jason nodded, "some basic telekinetic stuff will be pretty easy for you to learn. You can already do this sort of thing with your wand so it'll be easy without. Just flick your wrist like this," Jason demonstrated and a book came flying out of the bookshelf to his left. "And know exactly what you want to come to you."

Harry nodded, but he was unsure of it actually being as easy as Jason made it look. Plus if it was that easy he probably could have done it by accident ages before he even knew about being a wizard. Never the less, he tried. With a flick of his wrist the lid of his trunk flew open. Harry stared in amazement.

"See!" Jason exclaimed. "That one was the easiest charm I learnt wandless, some of the others won't be so easy but they won't be too hard either."

"Thanks!" Harry grinned and flopped onto a bed and began watching as his stuff floated out of the trunk at his will and into the chest of drawers opposite.

"Knock Knock!" Harry turned to see Anna and the other two girls standing at the bedroom door. Finally looking at the four of them he could understand how each was which element. Jessica had a very pale strawberry blonde hair colour with blue eyes that were almost grey and so light in colour that she looked in a daze. Nada had mottled dark blue eyes with tinges of a deep green and black curly hair. Jason had brown hair with streaks of dark blonde through it and chocolate brown eyes that in the light seemed to be a dark green. Looking at Anna again, he noticed just exactly why he thought she had strange eyes on first meeting her, because they couldn't actually be classified as hazel with their tinges of orange, but they couldn't be called orange with their brown. Her hair was not black like he first thought but mahogany bringing out more of her red element. "Hey Harry, looked in the mirror yet?"

"Nuh, why?"

"I got a shock when I looked in the mirror, you might too!" Anna smiled and grabbed his hand dragging him out of the room and into the next door bathroom and shoved him in front of the mirror. Harry stared at himself for a while and shook his head. He couldn't see any differences, he just looked more like the 14 year old that he was, his hair seemed messier than usual and his eyes just really really really..Well...really GREEN. But that was it.

"Sorry Anna, no shock there," he turned to her standing in the doorway.

"But you do look heaps different from when I first saw you!" She argued with a frown.

"Yeah, I look different but it's not much of a shock."

Before Anna could reply, Jason, Nada and Jessica rushed past.

"Anna we have wandless now, come on!" Jessica called as she dashed past. Anna turned to Harry.

"Ready? Your first time with wandless!" She smiled.

Harry smirked, "Uh- it'll be my second now."


"Jason showed me the telekinetic charm."

"Oh..Well come on!" She walked out of the bathroom and down the hall, walking past the stairs and across the landing towards what seemed like the classroom end. She turned into a room with cushions littering the ground, reminding Harry of Professor Trelawney in Divination. But unlike Professor Trelawney this room didn't reek of perfume. He sat on a cushion in between Jason and Nada and watched as Sara flittered about in a bookshelf against the wall.

"Okay!" Sara smiled triumphantly and pulled a book out of the shelf and passed it to Harry. "You'll have to read that and learn some of the spells in your spare time or else, you'll never catch up. Now, I thought we might try and accomplish the levitation charm. Yes Jessica, you'll have to learn it too, even though you already know how to levitate...." Sara answered Jessica's unspoken question.

Harry wasn't really paying attention; he was studying the book that Sara had given him. Everything was hand written and it was just in a plain notebook that you buy from the newsagency. But as he learned as the lesson progressed, Sara could only make guesses on how the charms might be accomplished. She had to study the way it was done with a wand and then edit it to apply with wandless. So everything that was written in the notebook was something that the whole wizarding world had never read about before.

"I had a look at the wand movements and the incantation but I couldn't figure out what could be done without a wand, so this lesson we'll all have to help each other and basically...guess..." Sara grinned like it was going to be the best. Everyone began to stand up and talk about what they thought should be done.

"It'll be like flying I suppose," Anna said.

"Nuh," Jessica shook her head immediately, "Levitation is only about a metre off the ground really, flying is anything from that and above."

"WA, we'll never get to fly then!" Nada whined.

"What about a broomstick?" Harry said. They all turned and looked at him for a second before Jason laughed and said,

"A little stick between your legs? You've got to be kidding me!"

"None of you have flown on a broomstick?" Harry gaped in disbelief and turned to look at Sara. Who shook her head.

"I don't have the money at the moment to get even one broomstick, we have to save our pennies for books and cauldrons and such."

"Oh, well later you guys can ride my broom..."

"You have one?" Nada asked with an incredulous look on her face, she tucked a curl behind her ear with one hand.

"Yeah, I was on the quidditch team at Hogwarts," he replied.

"Oh, I remember quidditch, never played it but my friend did at Salem." Anna said with a thoughtful expression on her face. "I never did like flying lessons..."

"Ahh! Well that would be because," Sara interrupted with a flourish. "Of your element, you are part of fire, like Jason is of earth and Nada of water and these things don't reside in the air. But Jess likes flying because of her element air!"

"What about me then?" Harry asked.

"We'll just have to wait and see..." Sara scrunched her eyebrows in thought, leaving them to their own devices.

"Hey, when I learnt Wingardium Leviosa at Hogwarts we practiced on feathers so why don't we just imagine ourselves as light as a feather, kind of thing..." Harry suggested, memories of his first year coming to surface. The others murmured in agreement. Closing his eyes Harry attempted to imagine himself being as light as a feather, and repeated the phrase over and over again. Suddenly Harry felt the air rushing past him, and everyone gasping in surprise, he opened his eyes wide just to find the roof rushing up to meet him. "Ahhhh!" All weight seemed to come back into his body and he went smashing back into the cushions out of breath.

"Woah!" Sara rushed over and helped Harry sit up. "That was not a metre!" She wiped at her brow, smoothing out wrinkles in her pink forehead.

"Sara! Sara!" Nada screeched making Sara spin around. Nada was kneeling at Jessica's side who was staring wide-eyed at Harry in a shocked state. "She hasn't responded!" Nada waved her hand in front of Jessica's face only to find it slapped away and Jess scowling at her.

"I'm fine!" She grumbled and shifted around on her cushion. "And I know what element Harry is!"

"What?" Anna crawled over; her eyebrows raised as excitement played on her features.

"Air, like me! I felt it as soon as he flew." She flicked a strawberry strand of hair out of her face.

"That's not possible..." Sara bit her lip in thought. "The premonition...unless...hmmm..." Sara sat down cross-legged on the floor and looked at Harry suspiciously.

"Just keep us in the dark then!" Jason muttered with narrowed eyes.

"Hmm?" Sara looked up and seemed to regain her senses suddenly. "We can figure it out later, right now, I want you three," she gestured at Jason, Nada and Anna, "To work on the levitation charm. Jess and Harry you can come with me!" She smiled brightly and stood up, walking out of the classroom with Jess and Harry quickly following.

"What are we doing?" Jess asked, tucking a strange of strawberry behind her ear as she trotted after Sara.

"I thought we better get Harry started in element air training, and I'll need your help for that." Sara said with out turning around she walked down the stairs and out onto the patio through big double doors. Harry smiled immediately as the wind tickled the hair at the back of his neck and sent it flying.

"Jeez freaky," Jess muttered her eyes trained on Harry.


Jess shook her head; "You looked ethereal."

"Aha!" Sara grinned triumphantly, "We're on the right track then! Harry you are going to learn how to FLY!" She looked ecstatic at the prospect. Her thin wavy brown hair was slightly tussled by the wind and her grey eyes looked alight with anticipation.

"Mental, completely mental," Harry muttered but nevertheless he stepped forward out into the open.

"Off you go then," Sara stood calmly and watched.

"Wha? What'd I do?" Harry looked startled.

"Just what you did before, silly!" Jess grinned and folded her arms across her chest, with a slightly impatient look on her face. Harry scratched his head and thought about the feather again, but then his mind seemed to shift and he was thinking of the wind that was swishing about him as if it were whispering his name in the wind. The speed of the breeze seemed to pick up and soon Harry could feel it blowing fiercely about him, howling even. But he wasn't scared, he could feel it's power right at the touch of his hand, opening his eyes he grinned devishly at Jess and Sara. They were gaping in shock but jess then raised her hands and brought the wind to a halt.

"Hey!" Harry protested and gave the wind a silent command it picked up again. Jess covered her mouth in shock and stepped back a bit. He grinned and then silenced the wind with a shrug of his shoulders.

"He-He-He overrided my command!" Jessica gasped.

"Yes, he did..." Sara nodded, "We were meant to be flying Harry not commanding the wind!"

"Sorry," Harry grinned impishly. "Got side tracked, just a little..."

Sara shook her head and smiled slightly, "Well can we get back to where we started off."

"But Sara! He overrided me!" Jess exclaimed, her blue eyes were still wide with shock as she lifted her hands feeling the wind brush her skin. "And I can still feel the air, it's excited," she shook her head as she tried to comprehend what was happening.

"What do you want me to do about it?" Sara asked, raising an eyebrow. "I'm as lost as you are, it may just be that Harry has a stronger magic than you, like you have a stronger magic than me!"

"Oh," Jess smiled sheepishly and sat down on the ground with a slight 'hmph'.

"Now, Harry, can we FLY now? Sooner rather than later!" Sara tapped her foot impatiently.

"Oh, yeah," Harry replied slightly distracted. He closed his eyes and felt for the weightlessness he had felt before when they were inside and once again he felt the sensation as the wind whistled past him and he sailed into the sky.

"Wooo! Great going Harry!" He opened his eyes wide to see Jess jumping up and down happily, pumping her fist into the air.

"Ahhh!" Harry yelled in shock, not quite able to adjust to the feeling of nothing holding him up. He kicked his legs in frustration at not having anything to stand on.

"Calm down, Harry!" Jess was suddenly beside him, giggling in the air. "It's fun when you get used to it!" She glided past him, stretched out lazily in the air as if she was just lying down with her head propped up in one hand.

"Oh yeah, fun," He rolled his eyes with a grin and moved his arms as if he were swimming trying to propel himself forward. "How do you move!"

"With the wind, stupid! Can't you feel it!"

"Oh...that...." He replied dumbly. Feeling the air current underneath him he finally found his footing, ironic as the saying was and was soon drifting through the air with ease.

"Yeh, that!" Jess shook her head with a grin.

(Hello again, just thought I'd let ya know that I have chapter 2, ready n waiting 2 go...BUT! I'm not gonna post it until I see that there is a general amount of people who like it and not just the fair few. U C, I have other fics to write for, and if this one isn't popular I'll just pay more attention to the others....SO REVIEW!)