Why the Sun rises and sets

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: February 15, 2018

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God Halo was his name. Everyday he put the Sun in a chariot and God Halo would drive the chariot along the sky and he believed that is how the Sun will rise and set. God Halo had a child named Fluoresce, which means “shining.” God Halo was responsible for taking the Sun to one side of the earth during the daytime while the other side was in the dark hours with the Moon. Fluoresce visited his father one day, at the sun where God Halo controlled. It was surrounding by glittering gold and and shining stones. Since God Halo was in in charge of the time of day, he was always in the presence of The Day, The Month, The Year and The Hour. He also controlled the seasons and they accompanied him too, including Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Fluoresce visited his father to gain legitimacy that he was indeed the son of a god and that his father was in fact the reason why the Sun rises and sets. One day, Fluoresce wanted to guide the chariot where the Sun lies and his father was very skeptical about it. God Halo had to explain to him that the job of the chariot was only reserved only for him by the God Zeus. There is a lot of danger when it comes to driving the Sun chariot and to actually do it was not simple at all. Fire is everywhere and the horses where even hard to control by God Halo himself, so they knew Fluoresce couldn’t do it. The horses of the chariot recognized the weakness in the chariot holder and could not be controlled. God Halo told Fluoresce to steer the the Sun towards the middle of the earth but Fluoresce knew it was more than he can handle. The horses began to steer wild and dangerous. The Sun chariot is believed to have caused a slash in the sky and caused the Milky Way and Spiral Galaxy. The chariot eventually hit earth causing the destruction and burning of the African continent and turning it into the desert it is today, making the Ethiopian people dark skinned. Zeus struck down the boy, Fluoresce, and he fell into a river. God Halo was deeply sad, but he knew his son had a passion to rise and set the Sun.

 


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