Central religious text of the Religion of the Green Book, the Green Book is a compendium of lesser books, including psalms and gospels. It contains, among other things, an account of the religion's creation myths and a history of its principle figures.
In the beginning was the Void
Then the Dream floated over the Wave
From its coupling with the Shadows
The Supreme Being was born.
The Void created Desire
Its look gave birth to Infinity
Its breath gave birth to Time
From its seed Man was born.
Already tiring of his work
The Supreme Being lay down in Silence
Leaving a legacy of Doubt to his creation.
In vain the condemned Man seeks
Divine Sense and Reason
To fill up the Absence and finally find
A meaning for his existence
In the Deep Sleep of the Supreme Being
Sacred words escape from his lips
Nothing has meaning.
The Supreme Being abandoned
Man To Doubt and Fear
When he awakens
He will reestablish the True Order of the Universe
Then the reign of the Void shall return.
O Supreme Being Have pity on your children
Blind and deaf in your creation
Give us the strength
To reach the sublime instant
Where Dreams and Shadows blend
When we disappear into the Void
On the morning of the seventh day, when the burning suns had purified our hearts, Shaama brought us into the Prophet's Cave. Into the presence of the Sacred Rock. It floated in the air projecting flashes of bluish light on the stone walls.
The disciples fell to their knees before this wonder and tearfully thanked the Supreme Being. While we recited the psalms Shaama spoke to us and said:
"This is the sign granted by the Supreme Being so that all may see and believe".
The Gospel of FayendaEdit
The revelation of the Sacred Rock purifies our hearts. It is the message addressed to us by the Supreme Being from his sleep to guide us toward appeasement of the soul.
The quest for pleasure is the divine pathway, for when the Void drinks our souls nothing will remain of us except a memory.
A thousand blessings on Shaama the prophet for passing on the sacred knowledge to us.
Like the Bible, the Green Book is a collection of many smaller books. This mirrors the collection of the Biblical psalms (liturgical songs) in the Old Testament and gospels (lit. 'good news', applied to biographies of Jesus) in the New Testament.