My Popol Vuh

My Popol Vuh
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  • Sorrow
  • These are the main 4 gods of the the land of peace
  • Alizeh
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Gandhan
  • yea your right we should make a shell out of sone and fill them with water
  • What do you mean?
  • Don't you think this is such a waste of a beautiful land.
  • well what I mean is that we should make other living beings
  • The 2 godess both soon realize that their creations were empty hearted and empty minded to so they had no chose, but they destroy them
  • The 2 gods tried to make new beings fro there land. They both soon realize that their creations were empty and would crumble easily no matter what, but they didn't even have to destroy them they turned to dust all by them selves
  • After talking about their falls to create more life than themselves and plants they go into a deep debate and then they all realized they could use plants to make an exilant life that would be called man kind
  • While Chrysanthemum was choosing a flower Alizeh asked," So which flower should we choose for mankind?" The gods agreed with Alizeh statement, when Chrysanthemum said a rose. The 3 asked why And she said they should chose a rose because it shows loving and growth. So with that the made mankind with a rose.
  • So with that they created a human out of a rose. After they made many mor the dispersed them trougthout the world. These people had all the traits the gods wanted so they were there success. The treated the land well, worshiped them, and were caring to one aother . and the gods were pretty busy too scince thay had to keep makeing more recoruces for the whole world of people.
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