Herein are the discernments of the highest teachings of the order, that which one may use to become as a god.

These teachings divulge the meaning of divinity.

To this means, ‘divine’ encompasses which cannot die by age nor plague.

No thing of mundane means can harm, simply sloughing from them as though skin from a snake.

Their powers can reach as long as their domain can spread, from this worship is not a cause for them, but a method of others to obtain from them what is given freely.

Mam’toth, Jan’ali, C’thun, Nalorakk, Zim’Rhuk, Elune, N’zoth, An’she, Arkkoroc, Hakkar, Eonar, Xuen.

The list can continue indefinite. Gods innumeral and eternal.

Theirs is immortality and power.

To have one alone is not which sparks divine.

Both must be held for the eternal.

To have both is to pass through the gate of NRGNA and know the taste of the veil beyond life and death.

Wherein this scroll lies the method of divinity, to pass through NRGNA and achieve.

To this means, one must both learn and forget.

For the eternals are both involved and outside that which they engage.

Both of this world and beyond it, they span with one foot on either side of the veil immortal, and so gather their dispassionate embrace on the lands.

The first step is NSHKRYA, to be called the sword.

The tongue and heart reign here, for this is the aspect of passion.

These the divine must know, lest they grow past that of the world and forget it, as wand’ring spirits that know no boundaries and yet, no fulfilment.

These the divine must immune themselves to, and command, lest they grow controlled by them, and forget their path, as mortal vessels that know boundaries and death.

Passions are many, and only the fool names them in hope that others flay from themselves those words.

To each, these passions are known in their secret heart.

To each, this is their quest.

Do not forget this, however.

It is first for it is most important.

To not have NSHKRYA is to not be divine at all.

The empassioned are mortal, and to claim divinity is to simply speak delusion.

Without NSHKRYA all other steps are meaningless sounds to escape with your mortal breath.

Do not forget this.

The second is DHRMA, the cup of failure.

With the memory of loss, the divine can understand the worlds and their faults.

The divine however must move past such things, seeking neither fear nor love from taking action, or holding their hand back lest their touch alter fate.

To not have DHRMA is to know no action.

You would be immovable, lost eternal in the crystalized potential of your own inaction.

The third is NRVKALPA, the staff of the self.

Within isolation do the eternal dwell.

In that void, the divine are torn by their unknown mind.

Those who seek to step beyond their coil must learn of themselves.

Their silence must not deafen them.

Their words must not lead them astray.

Humility rewards them.

Yet, within the self, silence is the meditation of the priest and scholar alone.

To be divine, one must also know when to speak, to the self or to others.

Pride engages them.

To not know NRVKALPA is to invite madness.

Such is to only fall to being power without action.

To these things you must learn if you shall step beyond NRGNA and become eternal.

The fourth step to all things divine is that of NRVSHSHA, which is the ring of the mind.

The mortal frame gathers both location and form, and cannot escape it long.

Those eternal are, however, beyond such things, and appear only as limited by power, will, and desire.

To become divine, one must first know form.

To become divine, one must first know formlessness.

To step beyond form and yet hold order of the self against the chaos of dissolution is that which keeps the eternal from death.

To step beyond NRGNA and not have NRVSHSHA within yourself is simply death, for without that which is your own order, you are but essence in the wind of the void.

The fifth and final is NRPADHKA, which is the way path of those who do not tread.

It is the fulmination of NRGNA and the ripples, to know how one steps in the waters of fate and to see where the footsteps will lead, not only in your own journey, but in the lives of all you touch.

To know NRPADHKA is to see.

Without NRPADHKA you are simply power without will, and cannot be but pawns of those around you, a part of another eternal, without being of your own.

When one has these things in order, and all five are within your self, you may step bravely and timidly through NRGNA and know the eternal.

It is this that led me to this world again.

It is this that led me to write these words.


Do not forget.


Cult of the Zenith Thoriendal