The God’s Spell of Tatsuya, Chapters Thirteen to Sixteen [Completed]
DISCLAIMER: O-NEW is not responsible for any tears received from Madokaists at the ascension of Madoka or from Christians at my defilement of holy scripture. If you are either, please refrain from reading the rest of this post, as it may elicit tears. (I am not writing this to defile holy scripture, but rather merely due to the fandom surrounding Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica.)
That said, let’s end the beginning.
Chapter 13: Madoka Tells of the End
And as she went out of the Tower, one of her friends saith vnto her, Mistress, see what maner of stones, and what buildings are here.
And Madoka answering, said vnto her, Seest thou these great buildings? there shall not be left one stone vpon an other, that shal not be throwen downe.
And as she sate vpon the bank of the River, ouer against the Tower, Homura, and Sayaka, and Kazumi, and Noroyu asked her priuately,
Tell vs, when shall these things be? And what shalbe the signe when all these things shalbe fulfilled?
And Madoka answering them, began to say, Take heed lest any girl deceiue you.
For many shal come in my Name, saying, I am Kaname: and shall deceiue many.
And when yee shall heare of warres, and rumors of warres, be yee not troubled: For such things must needs be, but the end shall not be yet.
For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdome against kingdome: and there shalbe earthquakes in diuers places, and there shall be famines, and troubles: these are the beginnings of sorrowes.
But take heed to your selues: for they shall deliuer you vp to councels, and in the Churches ye shall be beaten, and ye shalbe brought before rulers and queens for my sake, for a testimony against them.
And the God’s Spell must first be published among all nations.
But when they shall lead you, and deliuer you vp, take no thought before hand what ye shall speake, neither doe yee premeditate: but whatsoeuer shall bee giuen you in that houre, that speake yee: for it is not yee that speake, but the holy Ghost.
Now the sister shall betray the sister to death, and the mother the daughter: and children shall rise vp against their parents, and shall cause them to be put to death.
And ye shall bee hated of all men for my Names sake: but shee that shall endure vnto the ende, the same shall be saued.
But when ye shall see the abomination of desolation spoken of by Oriko the Prophet, standing where it ought not (let her that readeth vnderstand) then let them that be in Japan, flee to the mountaines:
And let her that is on the house top, not goe downe into the house, neither enter therin, to take any thing out of her house.
And let her that is in the field, not turne backe againe for to take vp her raiment.
But woe to them that are with child, and to them that giue suck in those dayes.
And pray ye that your flight bee not in the winter.
For in those dayes shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created, vnto this time, neither shall be.
And except that the Lord had shortened those dayes, no flesh should be saued: but for the elects sake whome she hath chosen, she hath shortned the daies.
And then, if any girl shall say to you, Loe, here is Kaname, or loe, shee is there: beleeue her not.
For false Kanames and false prophets shall rise, and shall shewe signes and wonders, to seduce, if it were possible, euen the elect.
But take ye heed: behold, I haue foretold you all things.
But in those dayes, after that tribulation, the Sunne shalbe darkned, and the Moone shall not giue her light.
And the Starres of heauen shall fall, and the powers that are in heauen shall be shaken.
And then shal they see the Daughter of man comming in the cloudes, with great power and glory.
And then shal she send her Angels, and shall gather together her elect from the foure winds, from the vttermost part of the earth, to the vttermost part of heauen.
Now learne a parable of the fig tree. When her branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaues, ye know that summer is neere:
So ye in like maner, when ye shal see these things come to passe, knowe that it is nigh, euen at the doores.
Uerely I say vnto you, that this generation shall not passe, till all these things be done.
Heauen and earth shal passe away: but my words shall not passe away.
But of that day and that houre knoweth no man, no not the Angels which are in heauen, neither the Daughter, but the Mother.
Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is.
For the Daughter of man is as a girl taking a farre iourney, who left her house, and gaue authority to her seruants, and to euery girl her worke, and commanded the porter to watch:
Watch ye therefore (for ye knowe not when the mistress of the house commeth, at Euen, or at midnight, or at the cocke crowing, or in the morning.)
Lest comming suddenly, she finde you sleeping.
And what I say vnto you, I say vnto all, Watch.
Chapter 14: Kirika Betrays Madoka
After two dayes was the festival of Walpurgis: and the chiefe Puellas sought how they might take her by craft, and put her to death.
But they said, Not on the feast day, lest there be an vprore of the people.
And being in Mitakihara, as she sate at meat, there came a woman, hauing an Alabaster boxe of oyntment of spikenard very precious, and shee brake the boxe, and powred it on her head.
And there were some that had indignation within themselues, and said, Why was this waste of the oyntment made?
For it might haue bene solde for more then three hundred pence, and haue bene giuen to the poore: and they murmured against her.
And Madoka said, Let her alone, why trouble you her? Shee hath wrought a good worke on me.
For ye haue the poore with you alwayes, and whensoeuer ye will yee may doe them good: but me ye haue not alwayes.
She hath done what she could: she is come aforehand to anoint my body to the burying.
Uerely I say vnto you, Wheresoeuer this God’s Spell shalbe preached thorowout the whole world, this also that she hath done, shall be spoken of for a memoriall of her.
And Kirika Kure, one of the six, went vnto the chiefe Puellas, to betray her vnto them.
And when they heard it, they were glad, and promised to giue her money. And she sought how she might conueniently betray her.
And the first day of Walpurgis, her friends said vnto her, Where wilt thou that we goe, and prepare, that thou mayest fighte the witch?
And she sendeth forth two of her friends, and saith vnto them, Goe yee into the citie, and there shall you find a barrier.
And enter the barrier and say yee to the witch of the barrier, The Mistress saith, Where is Walpurgis, who I shall fighte with my companions?
And she will shew you a large citie furnished, and prepared: there make ready for vs.
And her friends went forth, and came into the citie, and found as shee had said vnto them: and they made readie the fighte.
And in the euening shee commeth with the six.
And as they sate, Madoka said, Uerily I say vnto you, one of you which eateth with me, shall betray mee.
And they began to be sorowfull, and to say vnto her, one by one, Is it I? And another said, Is it I?
And she answered, and saide vnto them, It is one of the six, that sits with me in the citie.
The daughter of man indeed goeth, as it is written of her: but woe to that girl by whom the Daughter of man is betrayed: Good were it for that girl, if she had neuer bene borne.
And as they did eate, Madoka tooke bread, and blessed, and brake it, and gaue to them, and said, Take, eate: this is my body.
And she tooke the cup, and when she had giuen thanks, she gaue it to them: and they all dranke of it.
And she said vnto them, This is my blood of the new Testament, which is shed for many.
Uerely I say vnto you, I will drinke no more of the fruit of the Uine, vntill that day that I drinke it new in the kingdome of God.
And when they had sung an hymne, they went out into the bank of the River.
And Madoka saith vnto them, All ye shall be offended because of mee this night: for it is written, I will smite the shepheard, and the sheepe shall be scattered.
But after that I am risen, I will goe before you into Mitakihara.
But Homura said vnto her, Although al shalbe offended, yet wil not I.
And Madoka saith vnto her, Uerily I say vnto thee, that this day, euen in this night before the bell ring twise, thou shalt denie me thrise.
But she spake the more vehemently, If I should die with thee, I will not denie thee in any wise. Likewise also said they all.
And they came to a place, and shee saith to her companions, Sit yee here, while I shall pray.
And shee taketh with her Homura, and began to be sore amazed, and to be very heauy,
And saith vnto her, My soule is exceeding sorowful vnto death: tarie ye here, and watch.
And she went forward a litle, and fell on the ground, and prayed, that if it were possible, the houre might passe from her.
And she said, mother, all things are possible vnto thee, take away this cup from me: Neuerthelesse, not that I will, but what thou wilt.
And shee commeth, and findeth her sleeping, and saith vnto Homura, sleepest thou? Couldest not thou watch one houre?
Watch ye and pray, lest yee enter into temptation: The spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is weake.
And againe she went away, and prayed, and spake the same words.
And when she returned, she found her asleepe againe, (for her eies were heauie) neither wist she what to answere her.
And she commeth the third time, and saith vnto her, Sleepe on now, and take your rest: it is enough, the houre is come, behold, the Dauther of man is betrayed into the hands of sinners.
Rise vp, let vs goe, Loe, she that betrayeth me, is at hand.
And immediately, while shee yet spake, commeth Kirika, one of the six, and with her a great multitude with swords, and guns, from the chiefe Puellas.
And she that betrayed her, had giuen them a token, saying, Whomsoeuer I shall kisse, that same is she; take her, and lead her away safely.
And assoone as she was come, she goeth straightway to her, and sayeth, Mistress, Mistress, and kissed her.
And they layed their hands on her, and tooke her.
And one of them that stood by, drew a sword, and smote the high Puella, and cut off her eare.
And Madoka answered, and said vnto the, Are ye come out as against a theefe, with swords, and with guns to take me?
I was daily with you in the Temple, teaching, and yee tooke me not; but it must be fulfilled.
And they all forsooke her, and fled.
And there followed her a certaine yong girl, hauing a linnen cloth cast about her naked body, and the yong men laid hold on her.
And she left the linnen cloth, and fled from them naked.
And they led Madoka away to the high Puella, and with her were assembled all the chiefe Puellas.
And Homura followed her a farre off, euen into the pallace of the high Puella: and she sate with the seruants, and warmed herselfe at the fire.
And the chiefe Puellas, and all the counsell sought for witnesse against Madoka, to put her to death, and found none.
For many bare false witnesse against her, but their witnesse agreed not together.
And there arose certaine, and bare false witnesse against her, saying,
We heard her say, I will destroy this Tower that is made with hands, and within three dayes I will build another made without hands.
But neither so did their witnesse agree together.
And the high Puella stood vp in the mids, and asked Madoka, saying, Answerest thou nothing? What is it which these witnesse against thee?
But she held her peace, and answered nothing. Againe, the high Puella asked her, and said vnto her, Art thou the Kaname, the daughter of the Blessed?
And Madoka said, I am: and yee shall see the daughter of man sitting on the right hand of power, and comming in the clouds of heauen.
Then the high Puella rent her clothes, and saith, What neede we any further witnesses?
Yee haue heard the blasphemy: what thinke yee? And they all condemned her to be guilty of death.
And some beganne to spit on her, and to couer her face, and to buffet her, and to say vnto her, Prophecie: And the seruants did stricke her with the palmes of their hands.
And as Homura was beneath in the palace, there commeth one of the maides of the high Puella.
And when she saw Homura warning herselfe, she looked vpon her, and said, And thou also wast with Madoka.
But shee denied, saying, I know not, neither vnderstand I what thou sayest. And she went out into the porch, and the bell rang.
And a maide saw her againe, and beganne to say to them that stood by, This is one of them.
And she denied it againe. And a little after, they that stood by said againe to Homura, Surely thou art one of them: for thou art a student of Mitakihara Middle School, and thy speach agreeth thereto.
But she beganne to curse and to sweare, saying, I know not this girl of whom yee speake.
Chapter 15: Madoka Dies
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And straightway in the morning the chiefe Puellas helde a consultation with the whole Councell, and bound Madoka, and caried her away, and deliuered her to Walpurgisnacht.
And Walpurgisnacht asked her, Art thou the Daughter of man? And shee answering, said vnto her, Thou sayest it.
And the chiefe Puellas accused her of many things: but shee answered nothing.
And Walpurgisnacht asked her againe, saying, Answerest thou nothing? behold how many things they witnesse against thee.
But Madoka yet answered nothing, so that Walpurgisnacht marueiled.
Now at that Night she released vnto them one prisoner, whomsoeuer they desired.
And there was one named Yuri, which lay bound with them that had made insurrection with her, who had committed murder in the insurrection.
And the multitude crying alowd, began to desire her to doe as she had euer done vnto them.
But Walpurgisnacht answered them, saying, Will ye that I release vnto you the Daughter of man?
(For shee knew that the chiefe Puellas had deliuered her for enuie.)
But the chiefe Puellas mooued the people, that shee should rather release Yuri vnto them.
And Walpurgisnacht answered, and said againe vnto them, What will yee then that I shall do vnto her whom ye call the Daughter of man?
And they cried out againe, Crucifie her.
Then Walpurgisnacht saide vnto them, Why, what euill hath shee done? And they cried out the more exceedingly, Crucifie her.
And so Walpurgisnacht, willing to content the people, released Yuri vnto them, and deliuered Madoka, when she had scourged her, to be crucified.
And her familiars led her away into the hall, and they call together the whole band.
And they clothed her with purple, and platted a crowne of thornes, and put it about her head,
And beganne to salute her, Haile Daughter of man.
And they smote her on the head with a reed, and did spit vpon her, and bowing their knees, worshipped her.
And when they had mocked her, they tooke off the purple from her, and put her owne clothes on her, and led her out to crucifie her.
And they compell one Noroyu, who passed by, comming out of the country, to beare her Crosse.
And they bring her vnto the place Golgotha, which is, being interpreted, the place of a skull.
And they gaue her to drinke, the juice of myrrhe: but she receiued it not.
And when they had crucified her, they parted her garments, casting lots vpon them, what each should take.
And it was the third houre, and they crucified her.
And the superscription of her accusation was written ouer, THE DAUGHTER OF MAN.
And with her they crucifie two theeues, the one on her right hand, and the other on her left.
And the Prophecy was fulfilled, which sayeth, And shee was numbred with the transgressours.
And they that passed by, railed on her, wagging their heads, and saying, Ah thou that destroyest the Tower, and buildest it in three dayes,
Saue thy selfe, and come downe from the Crosse.
Likewise also the chiefe Puellas mocking, said among themselues, She saued others, herselfe she cannot saue.
Let Kaname the Daughter of Man descend now from the Crosse, that we may see and beleeue: And they that were crucified with her, reuiled her.
And when the sixth houre was come, there was darkenesse ouer the whole land, vntill the ninth houre.
And at the ninth houre, Madoka cryed with a loude voice, saying, Kami, Kami, doshite omisuteteiru? which is, being interpreted, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
And some of them that stood by, when they heard it, said, Behold, she calleth Inkyuubaitor.
And one ranne, and filled a spunge full of vineger, and put it on a reed, and gaue her to drinke, saying, Let alone, let vs see whether God will come to take her downe.
And Madoka cryed with a loude voice, and gaue vp the ghost.
And the citie was rent in twaine, from the east to the west.
And when the familiar which stood ouer against her, saw that shee so cryed out, and gaue vp the ghost, shee said, Truely this girl was the Daughter of God.
There were also women looking on afarre off, among whom was Junko:
Who also when shee was in Mitakihara, followed her, and ministred vnto her, and many other women which came vp with her vnto the River.
And now when the euen was come,
Homura came, and went in boldly vnto Walpurgisnacht, and craued the body of Madoka.
And Walpurgisnacht marueiled if she were already dead, and calling vnto her her familiar, asked whether shee had beene any while dead.
And when she knew it of the familiar, she gaue the body to Homura.
And shee bought fine linnen, and tooke her downe, and wrapped her in the linnen, and laide her downe in the river.
And Junko behelde where she was laide.
Chapter 16: Madoka Ascends
And Junko had bought sweete spices, that she might come and anoint her.
And very early in the morning, the first day of the week they came vnto the river, at the rising of the sunne:
And she wondered. how to take her body up from the river?
For it was very deep.
And she sawe Inkyuubaitor sitting on the bank, and she was affrighted.
And hee sayth vnto her, Be not affrighted; ye seeke Madoka of Kaname, which was crucified: she is risen, shee is not here: behold the place where they laide her.
But goe your way, tell her companions, and Homura, that shee goeth before you into Mitakihara, there shall ye see her, as she said vnto you.
And she went out quickely, and fledde from the river, for she trembled, and was amazed, neither sayd she any thing to any man, for she was afraid.
Now when Madoka was risen early, the first day of the weeke, she appeared first to Junko.
And she went and told them that had beene with her, as they mourned and wept.
And they, when they had heard that she was aliue, and had beene seene of her, beleeued not.
After that, she appeared in another forme vnto two of them, as they walked, and went into the countrey.
And they went and tolde it vnto the residue, neither beleeued they them.
Afterward she appeared vnto the six, as they sate at meat, and vpbraided them with their vnbeliefe, and hardnesse of heart, because they beleeued not them, which had seene her after she was risen.
And she said vnto them, Goe yee into all the world, and preach the God’s Spell to euery creature.
She that beleeueth and is baptized, shalbe saued, but she that beleeueth not, shall be damned.
And these signes shal follow them that beleeue, In my Name shall they cast out witches, they shall speake with new tongues,
They shall take vp serpents, and if they drinke any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them, they shall lay hands on the sicke, and they shall recouer.
So then after Madoka had spoken vnto them, she was receiued vp into heauen, and sate on the right hand of God.
And they went foorth, and preached euery where, the Lord working with them, and confirming the worde with signes following.