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How Tristan Steele Created the Earth

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How Tristan Steele Created Earth

The Earth as we know it today, in its earliest existence, was a very small and insignificant mass; a package of everything needed to create. As it orbited around the sun, the centrifugal forces created by its rotation caused the Earth to grow and expand constantly. This mass’ only purpose, as it was instructed to do, was to orbit around the sun. It was not told how long to orbit, as Time did not exist yet; it was only told to orbit, and that’s what it did. Tristan Steele happened upon this object orbiting around the sun, and decided to use it to create a world. Tristan Steele, the Wanderer, was both man and god. He was privileged, yet equal. Tristan was quite enormous; so tall that he created distance. He had become to feel quite large, so he created Time to measure it. He then used his power to develop a plan. Within his plan was the ultimate way to create, through work. He was very lazy, so he created work, which was measured by Time. He worked through Time. As he found he needed something to express, he created emotion. He worked so hard and so long, that eventually even he needed a Time to Rest. So, he created day and night. Day and night were very different from many of his other creations, as they differentiated between Times so Tristan could keep track of when he would work and when he would Rest. While at Rest on the surface of his new found creations, the Earth grew around Tristan, conforming to his body, and conforming to his soul. The Earth would come to create mountains, plateaus, valleys, deserts, hills, continents, and clouds, and all of them came from his body. While he was working one day, Tristan cut his elbow on one mountain that had formed from Rest. Out from his wound came man. As the colors had not been created, each man was the color of something natural.
He created a man as white as clouds, and named him Abraham. He created a man black as soil, and named him Jesus. He created a man tan as sand, and named him Fabio. Tristan created Fabio under his humanly divine image, and called upon him to teach Abraham and Jesus. To aid Fabio in his teachings, Tristan bestowed upon him flowing black hair, a shirt of the finest silk, and the voice of angels. Fabio was instructed to teach Abraham the ways of Judaism, and then teach Jesus the ways of Christianity. Tristan sent them out into the world.
Fabio was very powerful; however, one major limitation was put on to the heavenly skills received by Fabio. He did not realize at the time, but eventually he would end up being required by Tristan to disguise himself within the newly founded human race. He was to resist sexual temptations at all costs. However, Fabio defied his master to the utmost degree. Tristan therefore defined this as “evil.” It was the first thing that Tristan had not created due to his own will. This was the first time his human side was shown in such great significance. His human side was symbolic of everything he could not control; the effects of gravity, the effects of water, the effects of the wind on the trees, the effects of the rain on the mountains and rivers, and most importantly, human will. Tristan could not control human will. Tristan was part god; He had the power to create and remove, of mixing and decomposing. He did not have the power to control Sister-In-Law Nature. Yet, he did not have the power to control Brothers Human. He could influence them physically, and could teach them by communicating with them directly. He could not, however, control his creation’s actions. Thus, for the rest of time, Tristan has decided to watch from afar and marvel at his creations, as all humans should do.

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