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Fejfar Long, long, ago in a place which is now known as California, there existed a magical person, named Ariel. Ariel was a Mermaid. She and her pod of merwoven friends lived and played along the beaches of what is now southern California. This was long before the notion of a boat had been created. In fact, these pods of merwoven human beings were the first human persons on the Earth. From the waist up, they resembled modern human beings, but, from the waist down, the merfolk had tails. I suppose from a modern scientific point of view one could say that the merfolk were amphibians. Now, Ariel was a very spiritual human being, very much in love with God and creation. Although she and her friends could talk to each other out loud when above water, in fact they spent most of their time talking to each other using telepathy. They could communicate directly from mind to mind. The merfolks’ worst enemy, of course, was sharks. The mermen used spears to hunt sharks and everyone enjoyed good shark steak for supper. After Ariel and her friends had been on the Earth in the oceans for hundreds of thousands of years, God asked them if they would like to try living on dry land. They all volunteered and God used Quantum Physics and the Quantum Gene to allow the merfolk to metamorphsize into human beings with two legs and feet, instead of a tail. Soon,
Ariel was learning to shed her tail in the shallow ocean water and began to learn to swim with two legs and two feet instead of using a tail. Gradually, Ariel also learned to walk
in the shallow water upright on her two feet. Soon, she and her friends were walking onto the warm beaches during the day and sunning themselves. Soon, Ariel and her friends were walking inland from the beach and finding fruit to eat in wild orchards that were growing there. God told them by telepathy that all the fruit was good to eat.
Next, God told the merfolk how to hunt animals with spears, not just sharks. Some of the merfolk stayed on shore and began to wear clothes made of animal fur, instead of swimming further south to warmer waters in the winter months. After awhile, more and more merfolk came ashore. They learned to build huts to live in and ate mostly fish, shark, and small game, along with fruit when in season. Some of the merfolk grew sad that they were living out of the water and asked God for their tails back so they could return to the sea. God gave them their wish. After a few hundred years, however, the merfolk on land had only dim memories of coming from the ocean. Many moved further and further inland, although always founding villages near fresh water. After some time the merfolk met other tribes of human beings who had evolved in other ways, and joined with them. They never lost their love for the beach, the water, and the ocean. They were all natural swimmers and very spiritual human beings. (The End).