TCM Ch. 2 2. God gathered his followers sadly fewin numbers together, in defeat nearlyand desperate, for another Council of Peaceafter arguments vainglorious with His Enemy."Evil victorious wages relentlessly upon menfallen too well, and far fron us, Dear Friends,for songs of reason or sweet persuasionto recover from the errors of our formerJustice when I gave men the choices of angelsand failed. I was wrong. Earth was vulnerableto create Life at all in Her noble efforts,and failed. She was wrong. Saturn the Sondeathly Grimness reaps Demeter's harvestof anger unmotherlily told by Homer and I;as if She knew all along the fruitlessnessof the harvest on barren souls barren of judgement,and daughters of Persephone's ilk like Eveshallowly picking the flowers and fruit of Edenor else. For pleasure Cronos and Adamreached with her for the apple blossoms fragranton Mount Atlas, apples golden in twilightand guarded by the infernal goddess, a serpent,many-headed Argus and many-eyed Apepthe pets of lascivious Isis, most juvenile of girls.O, cursed is the day Nu began Nu.tin Thoth's African River before memory!"Thus spake Zeos despairing, God mournfullyalone in his thoughts and The Abyss.Before He could go off alone, the SolitarySovereign, as He often did on black promontorieswhere mountains prehistoric bordered Oceansof forgotten galaxies, where worlds of fleshnever intruded on isolated perfection,His Mother, immaculate Rheia who saved himfrom her rampaging husband, spake sternly too,stronger than all of them gathered sorrowfully:"Quit sulking. You're acting like you didas a boy when you couldn't get your way.Mother Earth is not wrong, for all her faults.Bear with the Elderlies and you will bear wellthe burdens of leadership you took on eagerly,as I remember, a cocky little bully as a lad,I recall. Obey the will of your Grandmotherfor awesome results of promise, I promise,and the thunderbolts Cyclopean will fallin place too, upon the Opponent Titanic,to be sure. You won before, once upon a time,didn't you? Don't you remember? Why lose now?Have you lost the Sun's fury at last, Son?"