The God’s Spell of Tatsuya, Chapters One to Four
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Chapter 1: the Purification of Madoka
The beginning of the Gospel of Kaname Madoka, the Daughter of God,
As it is written in the Prophets, Behold, I send my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before thee.
The voice of one crying in the wildernesse, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make her paths straight.
Oriko did fight in the wildernesse, and preach the eradication of witches, for the remission of sinnes.
And there went out vnto her all the land of Iapan, and were all purified of her in the barrier of Charlot, cofessing their sinnes.
And Oriko preached, saying, There commeth one mightier then I after me, the bows of whose ribbons I am not worthy to feel, and vnloose.
I indeed haue fought your witches: but shee shall stop them with the holy Ghost.
And it came to passe in those daies, that Madoka came from Mitakihara of Iapan, and was visited of Orika.
And straightway comming out of the barrier, shee saw the sky opened, and the Spirit like a doue descending vpon her.
And there came a voice from above, saying, Thou art my beloued Daughter, in whom I am well pleased.
Then, the Incuubaitor did visit vpon Mami of Iapan and driueth her into the wildernesse.
And she was there in the wildernesse fourtie daies tempted of the Incuubaitor, and was with the familiars, and the Magical Angels ministred vnto her.
Now after that Oriko was transitioned, Mami came into Mitakihara, fighting the Witches through the powers of God,
And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the powers of God is at hand: repent ye, and beleeue God’s Spell.
Now as she walked by the Sea of Ostsee, she saw Kyouko, saving food for her family.
And Mami said vnto her, Come ye after me; and I will make you to become savers of girls.
And straightway she forsooke her purchas, and went after her.
And they went into Ahabakira, and straightway on the Day of Somnolence she entred into the Barrier, and fought.
And they were astonished at her powers: for shee fought them as one that had love, and not as the Puella Magi.
And there was in their Barrier a girl with an vncleane witch, and she cried out,
Saying, Let vs alone, what haue we to doe with thee, thou Mami of Tomoe? Art thou come to destroy vs? I know thee who thou art, a holy One of God’s Spell.
And Mami rebuked her, saying, Hold thy peace, and come out of her.
And when the vncleane witch had torne her, and cried with a lowd voice, she came out of her.
And they were all amased, insomuch that they questioned among themselues, saying, What thing is this? What new power is this? For with authoritie commandeth she euen the vncleane witches, and they doe obey her.
And immediatly her fame spread abroad throughout al the region round about Iapan.
And forth with, when they were come out of the Barrier, they entered into the house of Kyouko.
But Kyoukos friend lay sicke of anguish: and anone they tell her of her.
And she came and tooke her by the hand, and lift her vp, and immediately the anguish left her, and she ministred vnto them.
And at euen, when the Sunne did set, they brought vnto her all that were diseased, and them that were possessed with witches:
And all the citie was gathered together at the doore.
And she healed many that were sicke of witches’ diseases, and cast out many witches, and suffered not the witches to speake, because they knew her.
And in the morning, rising vp a great while before day, shee went out, and departed into a solitarie place, and there prayed.
And Kyouko, and they that were with her, followed after her:
And when they had found her, they said vnto her, All people seek for thee.
And she said vnto them, Let vs goe into ye next townes, that I may help there also: for therefore came I foorth.
And she fought in their Barriers throughout all Iapan, and cast out witches.
And there came a girl clouded with sadnes to her, beseeching her, and kneeling downe to her, and saying vnto her, If thou wilt, thou canst make me happye.
And Mami mooued with compassion, put foorth her hand, and touched her, and saith vnto her, I will, be thou happye.
And assoone as she had spoken, immediately the sadnes departed from her, and she was happy.
And she straitly charged her, and forth with sent her away,
And saith vnto her, See thou say nothing to any girl: but goe thy way, shew thy selfe to the Physition, and offer for thy clensing those things which thy Rulor commanded, for a testimony vnto them.
But she went out, and beganne to publish it much, and to blase abroad the matter: insomuch that Mami could no more openly enter into the citie, but was without in desert places: and they came to her from euery quarter.
Chapter 2: Mami is the Daughter of Man
And againe shee entred into Ahabakira after some dayes, and it was noysed that she was in the house.
And straightway many were gathered together, insomuch that there was no roome to receiue them, no not so much as about the doore: and she healed the wounds vnto them.
And they come vnto her, bringing one sicke of grief, which was borne of foure.
And when they could not come nigh vnto her for preasse, they vncouered the roofe where she was: and when they had broken it vp, they let downe the bed wherin the sick of grief lay.
When Mami saw their strength, shee said vnto the sicke of grief, Daughter, thy soul gem be renued thee.
But there were certaine of the Puella Magis sitting there, and reasoning in their hearts,
Why doeth this girl thus do blasphemies? Who can renue gems but Incuubaitor onely?
And immediatly, when Mami perceiued in her Heart, that they so reasoned within themselues, she said vnto them, Why reason ye these things in your minds?
Whether is it easier to say to the sicke of grief, Thy soul gem be renued thee: or to say, Arise, and take vp thy bed and leave?
But that yee may know that the Daughter of Man hath power on earth to renue soulss, (Shee saith to the sicke of grief,)
I say vnto thee, Arise, and take vp thy bed, and goe thy way into thine house.
And immediatly she arose, tooke vp the bed, and went foorth before them all, insomuch that they were all amazed, and glorified Mami, saying, Wee neuer saw it on this fashion.
And she went foorth againe by the sea-side, and all the multitude resorted vnto her, and she helped them.
And it came to passe, that as Mami sate at meate in her house, many Selfish and sinners sate also together with Mami and her friends: for there were many, and they followed her.
And when the Puella Magi saw her eate with Selfish and sinners, they said vnto her friends, How is it that shee eateth and drinketh with Selfish and sinners?
When Mami heard it, she saith vnto them, They that are healthy, haue no need of the Physition, but they that are sicke: I came not to help the righteous, but Selfish.
And the friends of Oriko, and of the Puella Magi vsed to grieve; and they come, and say vnto her, Why doe the friends of Oriko, and of the Puella Magi fast, but thy friends fast not?
And Mami said vnto them, Can the children of the bride-chamber fast, while the Bridegrome is with them? As long as they haue the Bridegrome with them, they cannot fast.
But the dayes will come, when the Bridegrome shall bee taken away from them, and then shall they fast in those dayes.
No girl also soweth a piece of new cloth on an old raiment: else the new piece that filled it vp, taketh away from the old, and the rent is made worse.
And no girl putteth new drink into old bottles, else the new drink doeth burst the bottles, and the drink is spilled, and the bottles will bee marred: But new drink must bee put into new bottles.
And it came to passe, that she went thorow the Barriers on the Day of Somnolence, and her friends began as they went, to purge the magick of witches.
And the Puella Magi saide vnto her, Behold, why do they on the Day of Somnolence that which is not lawfull?
And she said vnto them, Haue ye neuer read what Mary did, when shee had need, and was a grieved, she, and they that were with her?
How shee went into the Barrier of Charlot in the dayes of Mariamne II the Wife of Herod, and did fight the bread-Witch, which is not lawfull to fight, but for the Priestesses, and gaue also to them which were with her?
And shee said vnto them, The Day of Somnolence was made for magical girls, and not magical girls for the Day of Somnolence:
Therefore the Daughter of Man is Lord also of the Day of Somnolence.
Chapter 3: Mami Chooses Her Companions
And she entred againe into the Citie, and there was a girl there which had a depleted soule:
And they watched her, whether shee would heale her on the Day of Somnolence, that they might accuse her.
And she saith vnto the girl which had the depleted gem, Stand forth.
And shee saith vnto them, Is it lawfull to doe good on the Dayes of Somnolence, or to doe euill? to saue life, or to kill? but they held their peace.
And when she had looked round about on them with anger, being grieued for the hardnesse of their hearts, She saith vnto the girl, Stretch foorth thine gem. And she stretched it out: and her gem was filled clean as any.
And the Puella Magi went forth, and straightway tooke counsel with the Incuubaitors against her, how they might destroy her.
But Mami withdrew herselfe with her friends to the Sea: and a great multitude from Ahabakira followed her, and from Tookyoo,
And from Mitakihara and from Asunaru, and from beyond Sipangu, and they about Corea and Shina, a great multitude, when they had heard what great things she did, came vnto her.
And she spake to her friends that a small ship should wait on her, because of the multitude, lest they should throng her.
For she had healed many, insomuch that they preassed vpon her, for to touch her, as many as had plagues of the heart.
And vncleane witches, when they saw her, fell downe before her, and cried, saying, Thou art the Daughter of Man.
And she straitly charged them, that they should not make her knowen.
And she goeth vp into a mountaine, and calleth vnto herwhom she would: and they came vnto her.
And she ordeined six, that they should be with her,and that shee might send them foorth to preach:
And to haue power to heale soule gems, and to cast out witches.
And Kyouko she surnamed Sakura.
And Sayaka, and Homura, and Madoka, and Kazumi, and Noyoru, which also betrayed her: and they went into an house.
And the multitude commeth together againe, so that they could not so much as eate cakes.
And when her friends heard of it, they went out to lay hold on her, for they said, She is beside herselfe.
And the Puella Magi which came downe from Mitakihara, said, She hath Kriemhild, and by the princess of the witches, casteth she out witches.
And she called them vnto her, and said vnto them in parables, Howe can Gretchen cast out Gretchen?
And if a kingdome be diuided against it selfe, that kingdome cannot stand.
And if a house be diuided against it selfe, that house cannot stand.
And if Gretchen rise vp against herselfe, and be diuided, shee cannot stand, but hath an end.
No girl can enter into a powerful girl’s house, and spoile her goods, except she will first bind the powerful girl, and then she will spoile her house.
Uerely I say vnto you, All sinnes shalbe forgiuen vnto the daughters of men, and blasphemies, wherewith soeuer they shall blaspheme:
But she that shal blaspheme against the holy Ghost, hath neuer forgiuenesse, but is in danger of eternall damnation.
Because they said, She hath becomb an vncleane witch.
There came then her brethren, and her mother, and standing without, sent vnto her, calling her.
And the multitude sate about her and they said vnto her,Behold, thy mother and thy brethren without seeke for thee.
And she answered them, saying, Who is my mother, or my brethren?
And she looked round about on them which sate about her,and saide, Behold my mother and my brethren.
For whosoeuer shall doe the will of Love, the same is my sister, and my brother, and mother.
Chapter 4: Mami Tells of the Sower
And she beganne againe to fight by the Sea side: and there was gathered vnto her a great multitude, so that she entred into a ship, and sate in the Sea: and the whole multitude was by the Sea on the land.
And she fought many witches, and taught them many things by parables, and said vnto them in her doctrine,
Hearken, Behold, there went out a sower to sow:
And it came to passe as she sowed, some fell by the way side, and the foules of the aire came, and deuoured it vp.
And some fell on stonie ground, where it had not much earth: and immediately it sprang vp, because it had no depth of earth.
But when the Sunne was vp, it was scorched, and because it had no roote, it withered away.
And some fell among thornes, and the thornes grew vp, and choked it, and it yeelded no fruite.
And other fell on good ground, and did yeeld fruite that sprang vp, and increased, and brought foorth some thirtie, and some sixtie, and some an hundred.
And she said vnto them, She that hath eares to heare, let her heare.
And when shee was alone, they that were about her, with the six, asked of her the parable.
And she said vnto them, Unto you it is giuen to know the mystery of the kingdome of God: but vnto them that are without, all these things are done in parables:
That seeing they may see, and not perceiue, and hearing they may heare, and not vnderstand, lest at any time they should be conuerted, and their sinnes should be forgiuen them.
And she said vnto them, Know ye not this parable? And how then will you know all parables?
The Sower soweth the soule gem.
And these are they by the way side, where the gem is sowen, but when they haue wished, the Incuubaitor commeth immediately, and taketh away the gem that was sowen in their hearts; and they becomb of witches.
And these are they likewise which are sowen on stonie ground, who when they haue wished, immediately receiue it with gladnesse:
And haue no roote in themselues, and so endure but for a time: afterward when tragedy or difficulty ariseth for the gems’sake, immediately they are offended; and they becomb of witches.
And these are they which are sowen among thorns: such as wished,
And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulnesse of riches, and the lusts of other things entring in, fill their gems with grief, and it becommeth vnfruitfull; and they becomb of witches.
And these are they which are sowen on good ground, such as wish the wishe, and receiue it, and fight the good fight, and bring foorth fruit, some thirty fold, some sixtie, and some an hundred.
And she said vnto them, Is a candle brought to be put vnder a bushell, or vnder a bed? And not to be set on a candlesticke?
For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested: neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.
If any girl haue eares to heare, let her heare.
And she said vnto them, Take heed what you wish: With what measure ye mete, it shalbe measured to you: And vnto you that heare, shal more be giuen.
For she that hath, to her shall be giuen: and she that hath not, from her shall be taken, euen that which she hath.
And she said, So is the kingdome of God, as if a girl should cast seede into the ground,
And should sleepe, and rise night and day, and the seed should spring, and grow vp, she knoweth not how.
For the earth bringeth foorth fruite of herselfe, first the blade, then the eare, after that the full corne in the eare.
But when the fruite is brought foorth, immediately she putteth in the sickle, because the haruest is come.
And she said, Wherunto shal we liken the kingdome of God? Or with what comparison shall we compare it?
It is like a graine of mustard seed: which when it is sowen in the earth, is lesse then all the seedes that be in the earth.
But when it is sowen, it groweth vp, and becommeth greater then all herbes, and shooteth out great branches, so that the fowles of the aire may lodge vnder the shadow of it.
And with many such parables spake shee the word vnto them, as they were able to heare it.
But without a parable spake she not vnto them, and when they were alone, shee expounded all things to her disciples.
And the same day, when the Euen was come, she saith vnto them, Let vs passe ouer vnto the other side.
And when they had sent away the multitude, they tooke her, euen as she was in the ship, and there were also with her other litle ships.
And there arose a great storme of wind, and the waues beat into the ship, so that it was now full.
And she was in the hinder part of the ship asleepe on a pillow: and they awake her, and say vnto her, Master, carest thou not, that we perish?
And shee arose, and rebuked the winde, and said vnto the sea, Peace, be still: and the winde ceased, and there was a great calme.
And she said vnto them, Why are ye so fearefull? How is it that you haue no faith?
And they feared exceedingly, and saide one to another, What maner of man is this, that euen the winde and the sea obey her?]
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