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The Bock Saga vs. the Lord of the Rings

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Terra Sohns
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« on: June 14, 2009, 03:01:14 am »


In Paradise time, in every generation, the people came together to re-connect to the Ring of Sounds and knowledge to further their love and understanding. With them they brought their finest art and crafts, much of which was in the form of Gold. Gold was honored because the Fire of the Sun is within and it lasts forever. This was a giving to Ye-hov-a. Lemminkäinen was the name given to Bock, the breeder. Lemminkäinen Temple was created in honour of the Bock in an area known as Tuna inside Uudenmaa. The arts and crafts were for Tuna (for-tune) and were put on display for all to see and were known as the art-i-facts (artifacts).

Lemminkäinen Temple was created within a hill. The domed area at the top was used for ceremonies. Below this was an area 250 kilometres across. Within this area is a golden spiraled stairway, which leads to halls, housing the artifacts. Each hall represented the lifetime of a Lemminkäinen (Bock). In front of each hall stands a life-size golden statue representing the Bock at the age of twenty-seven. The Temple became the Mu-see-them (museum). The Museum is said to contain artifacts dating back to the beginning of human knowledge.

Lemminkäinen Temple was closed in 987 AD due to the future invading Christian armies. It was then that permission was given to the last remaining Bock to re-open the Temple 1,000 years later in 1987.

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