Ah, they told us, in the beginning, the world was born from fire, the same as her brothers and sisters the sun, the moon, the planets. The eldest, the sun, was the grandest of them all, and her brothers and sisters respected him so, so much their lives centered upon her. She blessed them all with her warmth and enlightenment, but she blessed her beloved sister Oenga the most, who had brought upon children to this Universe.
So true, yet, so false.
Oengas children arose from her fertile seas, Oenga loved them so, she gave them what they all wished, however, some of her children did not love each other. Nautilus, sheltering herself in a shell, would harm Fish. In growing fear of Nautilus, Fish said to Oenga, I wish to explore the lands! Teach me to walk! Oenga smiled upon Fish, gave her strong feet and legs, and little by little, she taught Fish to use these gifts
So true, yet, so false. I closed this mentally draining scripture. So true, yet, so f