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In this book found in the Seven Pointed Star is detailed the wisdom The Father gave to Hugor and his people.

Contents Edit

Chapter 1 What is Justice Edit

(I) (.I) And so Hugor didst speak unto The Father, saying (.II) "Father, teach me to be just, that I may be a fair judge unto my people." (.III) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "Come my son, that I may show thee the major faults that do send souls to the Seven Hells, and the just punishments they reward."

(II) (.I) The Father then took up Hugor and hid him in a cloud. (.II) He brought him to a Merchant, who wast shortchanging his customers. (.III) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "See here what among men is an abomination, the sin of lying, tricking, misleading, and petty thievery. (.V) Any who do so in their wisdom are accursed, and deserve to be humiliated publicly, forced to do pennance, and made to repay their victim in some way. To them the first Hell is reserved" (.VI) And The Father didst raise His hand, and the merchant's purse empty, double paid to all he had misled. (.VII) His tongue shrivelled in his mouth, and he was striped of all his possessions. (.VIII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(III) (.I) The Father then took Hugor to the forest, where pigs were gorging upon their food. (.II) And the Father didst say unto Hugor, (.III) "See here what among men is an abomination, the sin of Gluttony, Greed, and Grand Thievery. (.IV) Any who do so in their wisdom are accursed, and deserve to be made destitute and forced to fast, that they be taught the wrongness of their sins. (.V) To them the second Hell is reserved." (.VI) And The Father didst raise His hand, and the pigs did shrivel, their bones visible through their skins, their food vanishing into the earth. (.VII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(IV) (.I) The Father then took Hugor to a den of rabbits, and there showed unto him the creatures copulating openly with one another. (.II) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.III) "See here what is among men an abomination, the crime of adultery, lust, and unnatural relations. (.IV) Any who do so in their wisdom are accursed, and deserve humiliation and punishment in kind, that they be taught the wrongness of their sins. (.V) To them the third Hell is reserved." (.VI) And The Father did raise his hand, and the fur upon the rabbits vanished, and their backs were striped as if a whip had been dragged across it. (.VII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(V) (.I) The Father then took Hugor to a City of those fallen to Darkness, and there showed unto him the fallen men fighting in the bars and streets. (.II) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.III) "See here what among men is an abomination, the sin of violence, wroth, and murder. (.IV) Any who do so in their wisdom are accursed, and deserve like to what they inflicted upon others, that they be taught the wrongness of their sins. (.V) To them the fourth Hell is Reserved." (.VI) And The Father did raise His hand, and inflicted wounds like to those others had received upon the fighters, (.VII) and some didst die of the wounds they were inflicted due to their severity. (.VIII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(VI) (.I) The Father then took Hugor to the plains, and there showed unto him a pack of wolves. (.II) And so it happened that one of the wolves challenged their leader, and didst slay him in a fight. (.III) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "See here what is among men an abomination, the slaying or betrayal of one's liege. (.V) Any who do so in their wisdom art accursed, and deserve naught but death. (.VI) To them is the fifth Hell reserved." (.VII) And The Father raised His hand, and didst cast down the wolf and its companions, saying (.VIII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(VII) (.I) Next the Father take Hugor into the fields, and there showed unto him a bird's nest filled with eggs. (.II) And so it happened a bluebird did come to the nest, and tipped the eggs out of it, whence they fell to the ground and broke. (.III) And the Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "See here what is among men an abomination, the murder and harm of the innocent. (.V) Any who do so in their wisdom art accursed, and deserve naught but death. (.VI) To them is the sixth Hell reserved." (.VII) And The Father raised His hand, and didst cast down the Bluebird saying, (.VIII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(VIII) (.I) The Father next brought Hugor to a spider's web, and so it happened that the spider killed her mate, and wrapped him up in her web to feast upon. (.II) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.III) "See here what is among men an abomination, the murder of family. (.IV) Any who do so in their wisdom art accursed, and deserve naught but death, they shall burn in the deepest of hells. (.V) Any who slay their kin deserve naught but a summary execution for their deed should it be committed in their wisdom." (.VI) And The Father didst raise his hand, and cast down the spider saying, (.VII) "Do so unto any man who does this in his wisdom."

(IX) (.I) Finally The Father brought Hugor to one of his own people, and didst strike the person down saying (.II) "This man was a heretic, and to heretics we give all Seven of the Hells and their torments. (.III) To them is allotted the worst of abominations, and justly they are given the worst of trials. (.IV) To all heretics in their wisdom are you to treat with as so." (.V) And the Father didst open a pit in the earth, and cast the body within it, before burying it without marking. (.VI) "To them there is no honour, only a hasty death."

(X) (.I) Then didst The Father speak of the minor sins and their punishments, (.II) but those are listed in this here book.

Chapter 2 The Just Ordering of Man Edit

(I) (.I) And after all this was revealed to Hugor he did sit, deep in his thought. (.II) And so Hugor didst speak unto The Father saying, (.III) "Teach me how to rule and arrange my people, that I might be a just ruler unto them." (.IV) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.V) "Come my son, that I may show unto thee the ordering of thy people."

(II) (.I) The Father then took Hugor up and hid him in a cloud, and brought him across the realms until they did reach a grand pyramid. (.II) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.III) "Look upon this pyramid my son, and see how it stands. (.IV) You my son are the head, the pinnacle of the pyramid. (.V) All folk below you owe a duty to the head to support it. (.VI) Similarly, as the head does bring together the sides of the pyramid, so too does a king owe to his people protection and unity. (.VII) Let any who do not so be declared unfit for rule, to them is let the fifth grand sin." (.VIII) And The Father didst wave His hand, and did appoint to Hugor and his kin the right to rule over other men.

(III) (.I) And Hugor did look lower on the pyramid, to its base, and said. (.II) "Father, if this structure may show the people, whom is it that fills the base." (.III) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "To the base are allotted the folk small in might and power, whose duty it is to protect, work, and serve their lieges. (.V) And though they be the servants of servants to you, you are to love and protect them. (.VI) For any head who does willfully harm, or disregard the needs of them is unfit to rule." (.VII) And The Father didst raise His hand, and cast over the folk of Hugor a sheet of light, (.VIII) and those weak in spirit or meek in character were allotted to the lands, bound to service. (.IX) And so it did follow for their kin and generations 'till the end of time. (.X) But should any member of the smallfolk show themselves strong in spirit, let him become a servant of the Divine, (.XI) and should any of the smallfolk be strong in character, let them become a servant of The Warrior, and leave from the base of the pyramid."

(IV) (.I) Then Hugor looked at the upper half of the pyramid, saying (.II) "Father, tell me who fills the upper half, and of their purpose in life?" (.III) And The Father didst say unto Hugor, (.IV) "To the upper half are the nobles and thy lesser kin. (.V) Men of power, nobility, and faith. (.VI) To them is allotted power under you, and power over those below them. (.VII) Thou shalt allot to them control of the lower pyramids in thy name, that they may govern it in thy providence. (.VIII) And so it shall be for their kin and generations for time to come. (.IX) Yet should any descendant be unworthy, let him be dispossessed, as an unfit servant of his king, and of the Divine. (.X) Yet should his descendants be found worthy, restore to them the holdings of their family, that they may redeem their line." (.XI) And The Father didst raise His hand, and cast over the worthy and the lesser kin of Hugor a sheet of Light, (.XII) and to them was granted land, power, and wisdom to rule and administer in the name of Hugor.

(V) (.I) Then did Hugor look upon the final portion of the Pyramid, that which was between the Lord and Smallfolk. (.II) And he didst ask The Father, (.III) "Father, tell me who fills the lower half, and of their purpose in life?" (.IV) And The Father didst speak unto him saying, (.V) "To the lower half are the servants of The Warrior, and the men at arms that do fight for ye and thy lords. (.VI) They are the guards that do hold in place the peace and stability of the realm. (.VII) To them is delegated lesser authority by thy lords. (.VIII) And yet, should any of the Warrior's servants prove themselves worthy, let them be advanced, and greater holdings be given to them." (.IX) And The Father didst raise His hand, and cast over the Servants of the Warrior a sheet of Light, (.X) and to them was granted lesser land and power, along with a sense of justice befitting a pious man.

(VI) (.I) Then Hugor didst espy workmen moving up and down the Pyramid, sealing cracks and repairing crumblinb stones. (.II) And He didst ask The Father, (.III) "Father, tell me who are these workmen, and of their role in life." (.IV) And The Father didst speak unto him saying, (.V) "These are the Servants of the Faith, the Septons, who art apart from the Society of Man. (.VI) To them is allotted the task of repairing and maintaining society in the image of the Seven. (.VII) To the greatest of them do I give authority to administer justice, (.VIII) and to restrain you should your choices violate the Seven's will. (.IX) To the rest do I give similar power over the lesser lords and the Warrior's servants. (.X) But should any, without proper and good cause, speak against their wordly lieges, let them be accursed, and damned to the Fifth Hell." (.XI) And The Father didst raise His hand, and cast a sheet of light over the servants of the Seven, (.XII) and to them was granted wisdom and power of counsel and guidance. (.XIII) And the Father didst find the most Pious of the servants, and did elevate him to a position of authority, (.XIV) that he may counsel and guide Hugor, restraining him from rashness and sin.

Chapter 3 The Servants of the Seven Edit

(I) (.I) Then didst The Father depart from Hugor, and came before the High Septon and so spoke, (.II) "Servant, I have clothed you in wisdom and faith that you may be a wise judge and councillor, (.III) but unto you greater blessings shall be given, (.IV) and you shall speak for the Seven, that our wisdom may be made ever known to the realm. (.V) For soon shall we retreat into the Holy Halls, and make ourselves but little known to man." (.VI) And the High Septon did fall to his knees, tears streaming from his face. (.VII) And he did tear his clothes, crying out to The Father, (.VIII) "Oh Father, why would you abandon us so, when we have naught but love and desire for You!"

(II) (.I) And The Father did conjure a coin of gold, and laid it on the ground before the High Septon saying, (.II) "Men also do love gold, and desire that it be near them. (.III) But man is weak, and after a time they will find themselves filled with greed, desiring only more gold. (.IV) So too is it with us, for if we were to remain, men would desire the glory, power, and peace we did bring." (.V) And The High Septon did watch as men came to the coin. (.VI) At first they did marvel at it, but after a time an argument did break out amongst them, and they tore at each other for lust of the gold.

(III) (.I) And so the High Septon did turn to The Father saying, (.II) "Father, if we must shun gold so, for what use should we put it and the other minerals of the earth?" (.III) And The Father didst raise His hand, and clothed the High Septon in robes of shimmering gold and silver, (.IV) and upon his head did he place a crown of glittering gems and crystals, reflecting light upon the ground the High Septon did pass. (.V) The Father next raised a glorious building, with seven sides and seven altars. (.VI) "To the Church shall go the wealth of all the worlds, that they may make beautiful things in the image and honour of The Seven. (.VII) Let the glory of the Seven shine through its Church and its Septons." (.VIII) And The Father didst raise his hand, and grant to the High Septon tracts of land, which in turn were given to other Septons. (.IX) "Let the Church rule for itself land, that it may have a power unto itself, and keep the world in check."

(IV) (.I)Then did The Father turn to the High Septon, (.II) "Septon, though each of us are one, we are all seperate from another. (.III) Therefore you will find those called to the Clergy who are drawn to a certain aspect of the Divine. (.IV) They shall be ordered as so." (.V) And The Father did carve into a large rock the lists of Orders of the Clergy. (.VI) First were the Septons, devoted to the Father and His Justice. (.VII) Second were the Septas, the females drawn to the Clergy, and they were in the service of The Mother, The Crone, and The Maid. (.VIII) Third were the Begging Brothers, who did devote themselves to The Smith, (.IX) whom did wander the realm begging that they might aid those in need with what they gained. (.X) Fourth were the Grey Septons, those devoted to the iron will of The Warrior. (.XI) Finally were the Silent Sisters, servants of The Stranger, of whom little is known.

(V) (.I) And the High Septon did swear unto The Father to faithfully hold the Church, and to carry out the commands of The Seven. (.II) And The Father did consecrate him and all of his successors, and did say unto him, (.III) "By the presence of The Seven within you and your successors, you must throw yourself away upon the taking of this office, with not a connection to world from whence they came remaining. (.IV) Thus you and your successors are to abandon thy name, family, and self to Us. (.V) And so did the High Septon throw away such things, and so it has been since the beginning.

Chapter 4 Justice Edit

(VI) (.I) And so didst Hugor rule with justice, and not a crime wast allowed to flourish within his people. (.II) But the justice of Hugor was without mercy, and the reasons for the committal of such crimes were not examined. (.III) And so it did pass that the people of Hugor did begin to grumble, and say unto themselves, (.IV) "We are now oppressed, and what we once desired we want no more." (.V) And some did even begin to grumble against The Seven and Their servants. (.VI) And so didst the Divine send forth its mercy, which is The Mother, unto Hugor to teach him the ways of mercy, (.VII) that he may rule his people with justice and mercy.

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