In the begining, there was only a vast, empty void full of nothingness. Only one existed in the void, a being called Anu. Anu thought the void was too dull and decided to create things to occupy it. He first created the galaxies and nebulas, to divide the void into sections. He then created the stars and planets, to fill the galaxies and nebulas. On the third day, he pondered why everything was so black. He decided to make light, to block out some of the dark and to enable him to see his creations more clearly. On the fourth day, he created the meteors and comets to accompany the planets and stars. On the fifth day, he chose a special planet he dubbed "Earth" to have an incredible amount of wonders, even a divine race of beings that could follow him. He gave earth water, land, fire, and air in an attempt to satisfy the beings he would soon create. On the sixth day, he created male and female beings known as Adam and Eve. He made these two humans out of clay, and made a vast garden in the sky to contain them until the Earth was ready for inhabitants. He created a window for Adam and Eve to see through, so that they could see the Earth and all it's glory. Adam and Eve decided they wanted companions on Earth, so Anu made plants and animals to accompany them. He then cast them down upon the surface, to live and enjoy all that the planet had to offer. On the seventh and final day, Anu made Eve give birth to Jacob, the firstborn. All humans descended from Adam and Eve, and they were never forgotten by any. 300 years later, Earth had enough humans to start a small village named Emanuel, after Adam and Eve's grandson. One day, Anu decided that he must have a human on earth to spread his teachings. He looked through the village of Emanuel and eventually came across a small cottage. He looked inside the cottage and saw a young man in deep prayer. The young man's name was Thomas, who was said to be the great-great grandson of Adam and Eve. When Anu saw how deeply he cared about balance and order, he decided to make him his representation on Earth. He then gave Thomas some of his power, and told him to preach across the world. Thomas's mother, Elizabeth, agreed to let him preach. She said that she would see him at least once every year. Thomas had to preach all around the world. He said goodbye to his mother and friends, and packed his belongings. He left the village, with a mission to preach.
Heaven and Hell
Anu was satifsfied with all he had created, and then decided to award his followers with a gift. He then created Heaven and Hell, places humans would go after their souls left their bodies. Heaven was a joyful realm in which all was peaceful and quiet, and the palace of Anu was the most calm, happy place in existence. Then, Anu created Hell. Hell was an unpleasant, disturbing realm in which the sinners' souls would dwell. One day, as Thomas was walking down the street of a village, he saw a group of men worshipping a golden calf. Thomas came up to them and said, "why doth the worship thine calf, when Anu is thine's true creator?" The men were annoyed at Thomas, and started to insult him. One such man, named Vedu, declared this: "Why should the tell us what thine thinks is true?" "Anu is no more than a legend, and he is not real." After hearing this, Thomas was enraged. He used his power to cast all of the men into Hell, and made Vedu, the taunting, sickened fool, the represintation of all evil on earth.
The Ten Ethics
The Ten Ethics are a group of ten dictations that you must always try your hardest to follow. Sinners purposley deny or disobey these rules, and are sent to Hell as punishment.
1. Thou shalt not have any god before me
2. Treat thine neighbor as thine wishes to be treated
3. Thou shalt not discriminate, neither against sex nor race
4. Thou shalt not unleash thine hatred, vengance, or dicust upon any organism
5. Thou shalt obey the will of Anu
6. Thou shalt take advice from thine peers, if thine thinks it reasonable
7. Thou shalt [try to] preform random acts of kindness
8. Thou shalt take advice from thine elders, [almost always.]
9. Thou shalt not be motivated by thine's anger or hatred
10. Thou shalt try thine's hardest, and never give up
These commandments were said to have been etched into two stone tablets, and were cast down from the heavens to the prophet Thomas.