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In the beginning, there was only sky above and waters below, and this was ruled by the Orisha, the council of gods
One day, a god named Obatal deiced to create dry land, and asked permission from Olorun. Olorun said "You will need a long gold chain, a snails shell filled with sand, a white hen, a black cat, and a palm nut.
Obatal climed all the way down the gold chain, and put down the sand and used the white hen, which helped spread the sand created mountains and regular ground.
Then Obatal used the palm nut to help create the trees,and he was satisfied with his work.
Obatal soon became bored with his work, and started making figures while drinking wine, and asked Olorun to breath life into them, he did exactly that. The figures then started building houses and cities.
All of the Orisha was were pleased except Olokun, the master of the sea, who was never consulted about the creations. In anger he caused a great flood which then everyone took the sea seriously. Moral of the story is consider your actions before doing them
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