Ƕҩнтє і Гҩłδҩн (Haunteu i Gaurdaun) /hɔntø i gɔɹdɔn/ - Hauntou and Gordon
As the many grandchildren of Astri brought forth their own life, eventually there arose natural creatures which provided fertile ground for Dogma's gift of consciousness. But having received a mind of their own, each of these creatures, hunters all, rose in spirit titling themselves Masters of the Universe, to rule in their Gods' place, over each other and all other creatures, each according to their own mind, each claiming it was their God-given right. And as they did as they pleased, their spirits rose even up into Nothing, where the Gods heard them, and was dismayed.
And Awe told Dogma to take their spirit and rip it in two, for the spirit showed both a liking for pride, and for taking pride in its fall. And Dogma did as She was told. She ripped their spirit, separating the part that boasted and declaimed, and titled itself Master of the Universe, from the part that felt power and enjoyment in seeing the other part fail, and she sowed the seed of consciousness in each part, naming the former Gordon, cause pride was His domain, and naming the latter Hauntou, cause shame She caused whenever She laughed in schadenfreude.
And Dogma told the twins to run, from embrace to embrace, among all the grandchildren of Astri, to teach the creatures with a mind of their own, that no matter how long Gordon runs, He will get tired, and then Hauntou will trip Him, as pride goeth before the fall. And for that reason does the Goddess of Shame forever hunt the God of Pride, until even the life of the immortal Gods expire.
Гегоне (Gegone) /gegu:ne/ - Geguné
As Dogma told the twins to run, Awe noticed that the creatures with a mind of their own, still enjoyed the hunt so much that their spirit still overwhelmed Nothing. While Welauneqi found the twins' hunt enjoyable, every other god was dismayed by what they saw. Something had to be done.
To distract the creatures with a mind of their own, Awe created another god from Nothing, and told Dogma to build a soul for the new god. And Dogma did as Awe bid Her, and She built a soul of searching. Then She named Him Geguné, for His search was for facts, the knowledge that comes from facts, and the wisdom knowledge instill.
And as with the twins, She told Him to travel from embrace to embrace, among all the grandchildren of Astri, in order to give all creatures with a mind of their own, a new interest.
Δіке (Dike) /dike/ - Diké
But the creature with a mind of their own, rose in pride of knowledge, reasserting their claim of being the Masters of the Universe, each in their own way, each according to their own mind and their own knowledge, and as they did their spirit again rose up into Nothing, and not even Welauneqi enjoyed it, as knowledge didn't give Him souls to harvest.
Again Awe told Dogma to take their spirit, and to tame it, and sow the seed of consciousness in it, and to temper the soul with wisdom making it a goddess of justice and judgement.
And Dogma did as She was told, for it was Her duty to sow the seed of consciousness in every living creature, created or natural. And She tempered the soul, and gave it wisdom, and made it a judge over all the creatures with a mind of their own. And Dogma named the judge Diké, and told Her to roam amongst the grandchildren of Astri, and to teach the many creatures with a mind of their own, to judge fairly with passion and dole out justice as they were blind to anything but Gegoné's influence.
Гаја (Gaja) /gaja/ - Gaya
And still the spirit of the creatures with a mind of their own, rose to displease the gods, even in Nothing. But with the knowledge of judgement given them by Diké, Welauneqi rejoiced as their judgments in pride gave Him souls to harvest, even before their race was run and their days was counted by nature's tide. But the other gods disliked this, as it went against their nature.
So Awe again told Dogma to harness the spirit that arose, and temper it, teaching it peace and harmony. And Dogma did as She was told, and fashioned another god from the spirit of the creatures with a mind of their own, and She taught it peace and harmony. And when Dogma was done, She named it Gaya, The Goddess of Peace, and She told Her to spread peace and harmony among the many creatures with a mind of their own, so that their spirits would no longer bother the gods in Their home in Nothing.
And Gaya did as She was told. She traveled from embrace to embrace, among the many grandchildren of Astri, and She taught the many creatures with a mind of their own, to have peace and harmony, and although the many creatures still was prideful, full of schadenfreude, searching for knowledge, and judging each other among each of them, the peace and harmony some of them was filled with, tempered their spirit so that it never rose to dismay the gods in Nothing, ever again.