ÜL-LÜL AND ÜL-JÖN, PART I

 
 
 
Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön
THE MYTH OF ÜL-LÜL AND ÜL-JÖN

The first myth of Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön tells about how Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän became the high priests in the temple of Ïndyë-Rök. Part 1 of 12.

In the vast wet jungles on the ancient mythic realm of Mythox-Baal, in the fourth quadrant of Nephülüm, the legendary heros of Ült-Rök, Nöö-Fölk and ÜDM were created from the volcanic ash falling on the lush green river Düsüdönt, the Mongol epic “Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön” says.

The old myth tells the story how Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön built the first capitol of Swüdön, the snow-clad mountain kingdom of the pagan tribe of Dübök.

One morning when the two young farmers Dün-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän were hunting a wild boar in the jungle of Swügöt, and were heading home, they came upon a woman who were lost in the forest.

“Will thee humble farmers, clad in thine bold deer pelt, and with thine glow of pride so typical of the farmer who works the earth of Ïntürnöt, help me find my innocent small and very lost person back to the village of Ïndyë-Rök, wherefrom I have lost my way in this lush forest of plenty depth and foreign creatures?”

Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän looked at each other. If they helped the woman they would be late for the midnight feast with chieftain Byürn-Byürkvöst, but they could not let the woman succumb to the wilderness. Therefore they turned to the sun god, Öskürey, for guidance.

Öskürey told that if they followed the woman to her village they would be beaten and killed, but if they walked home they would be welcomed as heros. But it was only a test from Öskürey, to see what their hearts were made of.

Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän decided to help the woman back to her village, even if it meant they would die. When they started following the woman she suddenly transformed, and before them stood the kind and just, almighty creators of the universe, Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön.

“Thy hearts are pure like the water from the heavenly tempel on the peak of Mount Lülö-Änd-Jön that flows to the sky in the 100 rivers of Älbüm. You shall be our first disciples and learn the truth of the Nëw-Wäve-Öf-Rök-N-Röl”.

And from that day, Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän served as high priest in Öskürey’s temple of Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön, and to this day, they are teaching the way of Ïndyë-Rök.

The first myth of Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön tells about how Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän became the high priests in the temple of Ïndyë-Rök. Part 1 of 12.

In the vast wet jungles on the ancient mythic realm of Mythox-Baal, in the fourth quadrant of Nephülüm, the legendary heros of Ült-Rök, Nöö-Fölk and ÜDM were created from the volcanic ash falling on the lush green river Düsüdönt, the Mongol epic “Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön” says.

The old myth tells the story how Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön built the first capitol of Swüdön, the snow-clad mountain kingdom of the pagan tribe of Dübök.

One morning when the two young farmers Dün-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän were hunting a wild boar in the jungle of Swügöt, and were heading home, they came upon a woman who were lost in the forest.

“Will thee humble farmers, clad in thine bold deer pelt, and with thine glow of pride so typical of the farmer who works the earth of Ïntürnöt, help me find my innocent small and very lost person back to the village of Ïndyë-Rök, wherefrom I have lost my way in this lush forest of plenty depth and foreign creatures?”

Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän looked at each other. If they helped the woman they would be late for the midnight feast with chieftain Byürn-Byürkvöst, but they could not let the woman succumb to the wilderness. Therefore they turned to the sun god, Öskürey, for guidance.

Öskürey told that if they followed the woman to her village they would be beaten and killed, but if they walked home they would be welcomed as heros. But it was only a test from Öskürey, to see what their hearts were made of.

Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän decided to help the woman back to her village, even if it meant they would die. When they started following the woman she suddenly transformed, and before them stood the kind and just, almighty creators of the universe, Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön.

“Thy hearts are pure like the water from the heavenly tempel on the peak of Mount Lülö-Änd-Jön that flows to the sky in the 100 rivers of Älbüm. You shall be our first disciples and learn the truth of the Nëw-Wäve-Öf-Rök-N-Röl”.

And from that day, Dön-Öröksün and Mügnös-Südörmän served as high priest in Öskürey’s temple of Ül-Lül and Ül-Jön, and to this day, they are teaching the way of Ïndyë-Rök.