The Birth of the Children of Ged and Sekonet
In a beginning was the World called Sekoi, and it was Good. And its Lord Ged and Lady Sekonet watched over it lovingly. They rejoiced in its beauty and mystery, and enjoyed the love of its inhabitants—from the great eagles of the Auroran Mountains to the groundhogs of the Karaki Valley to the sea lions of the [[Alathan-Mar]]. The Lord and Lady traveled over the face of the world, tending to its inhabitants and exploring its many mysteries together. And over the years they grew in wisdom, strength and love for the Sekoi and for each other. They both began to desire for themselves companionship and love of others of their own kind, though there were none; so they turned to each other.
And they lay together in the shadow of the Great Dome, and brought forth their first born son, Therion, the Bringer of Joy. And after came Pelor and Ghea, Obrison and The Raven Queen, Gramnes and Larissa, the twins Culona and Shedir, and finally Hammut and Aleala each in their own way. And they all grew to love the Sekoi, and it’s inhabitants. And though they did not always agree, or get along, they were, and continue to be, family.