The Circles of Dio/Circle 1

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The Circles of Dio
The First Circle
The Second Circle
The Third Circle
The Fourth Circle
The Fifth Circle
The Sixth Circle
The Seventh Circle
The Eighth Circle

The First Circle

Know that we are the First People.

Once all was sand. The First People were thought drawn from sand. When the First People came to know themselves, they were sand no longer, and became flesh.

With their thoughts and knowing of matter, the People shaped the First World and dwelled there with their knowing to sustain them.

Yet the flesh was new to the People and with it, the People came not to know themselves. The flesh gave rise to new thoughts. Greed and hatred, pains and joys, jealousy and doubts. All of these fed on each other and the minds of the People were divided. In their division, the People were punished.

The emotions of the flesh were strong. The greed and hates, the pains and joys, the jealousies and doubts, all of these served as a guiding stone to enemies. In becoming flesh, the First People became enslaved to those who knew flesh only as tools for their will. Know these beasts were the illiswine.

The illiswine were a race that had come not to know themselves. They had learned how to make other races not know themselves.

They were the tentacled ones. They lived in snow and saw snow as tools for their will. Their blood was as ice and they shaped minds with their thoughts. When the illiswine came upon the People, the People weren't people any more. The People became slaves.

The illiswine took the People from the First World and brought them to the False Worlds. As the People labored upon the False Worlds, the illiswine taught them the Way of the Snow. Through them, the People came to know loss. They came to know suffering. They came to know death, both of the body and mind. They came to know what it is to be the herd of another and have their flesh consumed. They came to know the horror of being made to feel joy in such things.

The Unbroken Circle is the knowing of how the People lost themselves. And how they came to know themselves again.