Gill- Fien Creation Myth
By ashtyn, Updated
Fiene created the sun when she was killed by her grandson Mileson. Timoteo and Abra create all humans. Fiene warms earth while keeping Mileson from freezing the earth.
In the beginning there was darkness and two large stars. They bumped into each other all the time until one day they erupted each other. One revealed water as it exploded and when it fell to the ground it became the seas. The other became the goddess of earth, Fiene.
Water that becomes the sea
Fiene was very warm and her body made life on earth sustainable. She created land by standing over the sea to dry it up. She had a son, Timoteo, who was human with god powers. He would be the creator of all life. Right away, he created his wife Abra by throwing a hair from his head into the air and when it landed it became Abra.
Timoteo and Abre started creating humans. The first was Mileson. Minutes after his birth, he died, the reason unknown. His body split into hail, hurricanes, blizzards and ice storms. Timoteo and Abra ignored his death and kept creating people. At the same time, Timoteo began creating animals and crops to eat.
Mileson became angry at his parents because they forgot him. Hoping to kill his parents, he killed Fiene by freezing her with his hail, hurricanes, blizzards and ice storms. Her heart grew as it rose to the skies and would remain there forever. It became the sun.
A celebration was held to honor Fiene, Timoteo and Abra for all they had done for humanity. Families came together and this weakened Mileson. Parties became more plentiful. More animals were created to be pets specifically. Pets could then be seen in every family.
Fiene currently allows life on earth because of her heat and guards us from the powers of Mileson. As she rose to the skies she gave the last instruction to the people; honor your creators and love thy families.
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