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. Praise Amka! Praise Hall Awes! Praise Nergoth! Praise the Gods of Darkness! There was no beginning of the Void. The Void is and has always been. It is Eternal Horizon. From here, there lived only the One. How the One came to be is unknown, but He was there. The One was in turmoil, despair. Soon there was born a sentience, which became mad with the insanity of the Void. The sentience split, fracturing the One into two separate Beings. The First Being drove the Second Being from itself, trying to devour this new sentience, but the Second Being escaped and formed Light to protect itself. The First Being we call Thanabol, but he has been worshiped as Amka, Thanabotha, the Eater of Souls and by many others. The Second Being was called Yahmaweth and today is still worshiped as the God of Light. For eons, the two fought and each time Yahmaweth escaped Thanabol with His Light, but His Light was not strong enough to hold back Thanabol's Darkness. For the Void was greater than the Light. It was *before* Light. But as eons passed, Thanabol grew tired of the chase and decided to create His own children. They were to be known as the Great Ones (and, later, the Ancient Ones). While their names were lost is space and time, they gave birth to the Mordiv, who were Hall awes, Ladonis, Har'rit, Mortuvis, Nergoth and Vyrma'at. It was the Mordiv that created the Universe and Terranth (our world), each with their own legends. From them was also born Arachos, Altair-Camma, Primagor, Maythen Osorkon and others. These, together with the First Mordiv, created Terranth and humans. The humans were easily manipulated and used, so the gods gave them sentience and they were called Mordiv by them. Thus the Ancient Ones and Mordiv became gods, but this was to be only the beginning of a three-way battle that would span time immemorial. Yahmaweth built His own foundation, which was called the Throne of Light. There was also created the seriphim. Lucifer was amongst them, in charge of the others. When Yahmaweth learned of Terranth, He saw that it was run by an Empire of Darkness and struck at it, destroying almost everything. Then the God of Light began to murder the humans, all but a number of them. He split them into two tribes, whom He called the Adamis and the Ev'ani. After the skies were lit by His Light, He gave them the Spark of Light, but not even Light could displace all of the Darkness within them.
When humankind were given sentience, this was called the Dawning Times. They worshiped the Mordiv, who struck out at the Ancient Ones in order to rule Terranth. The Ancient Ones were not easily disposed of. Great battles roared through our universe and over the skies of Terranth. But the Ancient Ones, who bore the first Krypathi, were sent into the deepest reaches of the Void from Terranth. Winners of the battle, the Mordiv resumed total control over Terranth and the outer reaches of space. When the battle was over, however, they saw that Yahmaweth had taken advantage of the war. The Dawning Times began with disaster, but not all was lost. The seriphim were collected and sent back to the Throne, empty handed. To replace their dominion, the Mordiv called from the corners of the Void, attracting the attention of Lucifer. They told him the truth about what the God of Light had done and told him that if he were to rebel, they would support him in being a powerful leader of Terranth. Lucifer approved of this and rebelled against heaven with other seriphim. The God of Light finally won, forcing them out of the Throne. The Mordiv, in return, took the Light from Lucifer and made it fire. With that fire they created Malborgia, known by Judea-Christians as Hell. Lucifer and his fallen seriphim were cursed by the God of Light and made nephilim. The nephilim were now Tainted by this curse and could do nothing about it. But in order for Lucifer to have access to Terranth, the Mordiv went to Lucifer and told them that there were two tribes of humankind left. If one tribe fell, the Darkness would be complete and the Light would not prevail in the second generation. If this happened, Lucifer could take his place as Lord of Terranth. Lucifer knew how the Spark of Light had changed in humankind, for he had put it there himself. That was why he was sometimes called the Morning Star. He went to the Ev'ani tribe in the form of a serpent, and though they feared him, he began to preach to them. Yahmaweth visited them, but Lucifer was slick and stealthy. Every night he crept into the Ev'ani camp and told them that they did not have to be dominated by the God of Light. He told them the story of a tree and a fruit, metaphors of their own power. The tree was their strength and the fruit was their ability to make children. The fruit was also their children, a second generation of humankind. While the gods could create, so too could humankind. But would they like this power? Of course, the Ev'ani wanted the power and Lucifer gave them wombs, showing them the pleasures of these new fruits in an orgy of celebration. Then he told them that they must take their wombs to the Adamis and show them what delights that they too may partake in. The Ev'ani did this and showed them their fruits and how they could please themselves, how they could deliver new life and new generations as the gods themselves.
The Adamis were most frightened of the God of Light, but they gave in to the temptation. They wanted their tribes to come together as one, so the Ev'ani summoned Lucifer, who gave them their fruits and said, "And now it is done. Two as now one, though in different states. Together your tribes will multiply." Again, there was an orgy of celebration and to both the Ev'ani (the women) and the Adamis (the men) gave unto Terranth a second generation of humankind. While the Light was strongest in the Adamis and the Ev'ani, now man and woman, belonging to the same tribe (the Begotten), their children were born with an equal amount of Darkness and Light. The Cainites, the First Born children of every Ev'ani, murdered their younger brothers and sisters, the Abelli. The God of Light saw this and decided that to regain control, He'd need to start all over again. He sent seriphim to attack the Cainites, but the seriphim He'd sent were spies, loyalists to Lucifer. There seriphim took the Cainites to a place, calling it Nod. Here, the seriphim murdered the men and raped the women. Once the women gave birth to the garribim, they too were slaughtered. The garribim were called Cainites and ruled the land of Nod. They abducted Third and Fourth Borns of the Begotten, enslaving them for pleasure and sacrifice to Lucifer. These seriphim were turned away from the Throne and they took haven with Lucifer in Malborgia. Humankind revolted against the garribim, revolted against the Mordiv and begged for the mercy of the Yahmaweth. But mercy wouldn't come for a long time. Lucifer, having successfully reduced the power the Mordiv on Terranth, began to war with both the Throne and the Void. The Cainites dominated, but soon the Begotten became aided by Yahmaweth. Lucifer's power diminished over time, but the war went back and forth for many centuries, finally to the present. THE KRYPATHI The Krypathi were first born to the Ancient Ones to kindle the fear of the gods within humankind. They were also warriors against both seriphim and nephilim as well as each other. Humankind was first, for it was their "Dream Chain" that gave them the essence they needed in order to be born. Through the Dream Chain, the *Quies Catena*, the Krypathi could find Thresholds to a humans insulamen, which was born with their sentience. Here, they could rule in their dreams and create thralls (*domlabs*) from them. The more insulamens that the Krypathi could garnish, making them their Dominions, the more powerful a Krypathi could become.
During the Dawn of Time, the Mordiv also created Krypathi it was is now referred top as the Dawn of Giants. These weren't any weaker or stronger than the previous Krypathi that were made by the Ancient Ones, but weren't good allies. In fact, those of the Ancient Lineage were considered to be the enemy and were hunted down and destroyed whenever possible. But once the Ancient Ones became a distant past, those of the Ancient Lineage worked well with most of the New Lineage. In contemporary times, most Krypathi had returned to the Void, but some remained behind. Some come back. The reasons for this are many, but mostly the Return is about taking back what is theirs. Terranth is ripe for the taking. The seriphim haven't really been seen for centuries. The nephilim's control is also waning. The Cainites have hidden themselves away. The Krypathi know this and it's time for the Mordiv to return and take their place. Some even look forward to the return of the Ancient Ones, crying out the name of the Sentient Void: "Thanabol! Here me! It is Our Time once more!" But that job may be harder done than said. --Doctor Gutter, turpis silenti (unpleasant or ugly silence)
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This seems to be a fiction download, rpg? Or a pseudo-biblical sect? The three possible magi of the tarot are not too much creative an alternate to this. Magus (1), Hierophant (5) and Hermit (9). Weird, in research on Magnamund I just found that three gods trinity less fascinating. Kai, Ishir & the Dark One. As one of the few who sired no children, I wonder: How is it, that in so many stories people only make children, to be killed or betrayed by them? Is happy family just a fairy tale or propaganda trick? Why are the better works of electronic publications so often without any contacting information or author name or source?
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