Map of Belka; Red Star - Aîgu, Red dot - Tower of Tréntoî, Yellow Arrow - Irôqàkîné North, Red Arrow - Geographic North, Gray line - road, Blue - Water, Black - Borders.

The Irôqàkîné Myths is a book, in its first volume, which starts with the Çelvre Arbre myth. It was written on 18 July 2009, by Guillaume Unum of Sandus. These myths are used by the Irôqàkîné tribe, which Guillaume Unum of Sandus is part of, to tell other believers and followers of the Gods of the Irôqàkîné. Enjoy,


The Goddess Àtémne


The God Tréntoî

Çelvrëàrbre and Gôrrëgràmnede Myths

(BM.: Silver Tree and Great War Myths; a myth from Bélkà)

"Irôqàkîné Myths

Bîe téçe, màîe Y bàés bléçé bîe l' Dîéôqi. Tréntoî, bléçés moî ôvéçe yur fôrçe. Àtémne, bléçés moî ôvéçe yur wéçedômne et défémneçeqi. Àréçe, bléçés moî ôvéçe yur fôrîe. Et Môçe, bléçés moî ôvéçe yur cràftîmnëçe. Mérçëyu.

In the middle of Bélkà lives a family of gods. They were born of Tréntoî, the Father and Lord of those gods. Tréntoî was born a magnificent tree, a silver tree. He, one day, found his sister, Tréntaî, a willow.

Tréntoî, his soul, became a spirit and went on the search to find his other friends and siblings. On the first day, he found Àtémne, another soul. Tréntoî and Àtémne became close friends.

The next day, Tréntoî journeyed farther down the sacred river Trén. He found Àréçe, a warful fellow. Though, Tréntoî was peaceful, they became friends.

The 3rd day, Tréntoî found Mérumne. Mérumne loved the river, and she would spend hours by it. They, too, became friends.

On the 4th and last day, Tréntoî went upstream. He found the demon Orémnëdô. Orémnëdô, a cannibal, tried to eat Tréntoî.

Following Tréntoî’s journeys, he returned to Tréntaî. “Sister, I have found other people”, he stated. She replied, “Tréntoî, father said not to journey on to others lands.” Tréntoî has never heard of his father before in his life. “Father? Who is that?”, questioned the impatient Tréntoî. “Father, the creator of this forest and river, has turned from us. He no longer looks or cares for us.”

Tréntoî, knowing outside the lands of Bélkà lied danger and death, devised a plan to take Bélkà from His Father. Tréntoî gathered everyone he had met around, stating his plan to them. They all agreed. The gods of the Southern Lands of Nôréà did not wish to leave. Those gods left the council of the Gods of Bélkà, and so started the feud between the Bélkàns and Nôréàqi today.

Lôrum, the Middle lands between Nôréà and Bélkà, stayed neutral, but always wanted to defend their closer friends of Nôréà. Bélkà would wage war against the Creator. And to this day, peace has not come, but all of Bélkà remains blessed by the Gods. Mérumne keeps the enemies from crossing into the mainland and sacred lands of Bélkà from the Trén. Témpus, the god of Weather, controls the sun, stars, moon, and seasons to protect Bélkà. Aréçe openly defends Bélkà’s frontiers. Tréntoî, the Lord God, defends the throne of the Lord of Bélkà.

Today, every man and woman of Bélkà openly thanks and welcomes the Gods to their homes, of which they have opened their lands to them. Today, the people of Bélkà are blessed by the gods, and can not die on Bélkàn lands.

When the Creator and Father found the gods again, he let them be, but stated that no more of his land shall be taken by the Irôqàkîné.

Today, the Hoplite Legions of Bélkà police the River Trén for the Gods. No relationship has been as open and free as the relationship between the gods of the Irôqàkîné and the common Man. Today, God and Man live and sleep as neighbors. By this, the People of Bélkà are blessed higher than any people on Earth, and the Gods protect them from every danger.

But on year, the Nôréàn god Gàmnes attacked Bélkà. Gàmnes, the Lord God of Nôréà, was strong enough that men died in Bélkàn flanks. The Gods of Bélkà, amazed that a simple god of the simple land and people of Nôréà could kill and undermine the blessings of them, fought back. The Holiest Legions of Bélkà invaded, losing no man. Nôréà was crippled. Lôrum declared war, and the Gods of the Woodfolk of Lôrum were thrown into the mess. Farther north, the Land of Orémnëdô was, too, invading Bélkà.

The People of Bélkà were thrown into chaos, seeing their homes and farms being destroyed. The Lowlanders fled up the hill to Aîgu, the capital of Bélkà. The Lord of Bélkà, Gérmné, fought the invaders. The gods of Bélkà, seeing this happen before them, blessed him. After the first battle, Gérmné was invited to the home of Tréntoî. There, the gods made him one of their own; a living god. This, though, did not stop the invaders.

Days, and months, passed, and Bélkà, which was at full gear against the invaders, pushed back tremendously. The people of Bélkà spread the lands of their home, they, too, defended them. They invaded the Northern Land of Orémnëdô. The Demon, seeing this happen, was amazed. He asked for peace. Farther South, Nôréà and Lôrum, too, were loosing land. They too asked for peace.

Bélkà saw their weakness, and pressed no further. The People of Bélkà, once, too, a simple folk, which had speratic settlements in their lands, now covered a larger potion of the Lands of the Irôqàkîné."

Àmnëîetîetàmne es l' HérôëBélkà Myth

(BM.: Àmnëîetîetàmne is the Hero of Bélkà Myth; a myth from Bélkà)

"Àréçe, rémnemnedés moî e l' pàmnëyurfélçe, Àmnëîetîetàmne.

Àmnëîetîetàmne was born in the beginning of the Great War. His father was Àréçe, god of War, and his mother was Éréçe, a woman from humble, yet protective, roots in the West of Bélkà. When he was young, he was blessed by His father, Àréçe. During the middle of the War, he was drafted into the Legions of Gérmné. Àmnëîetîetàmne and Gérmné became very close and respected leaders and friends. Àmnëîetîetàmne soon joined the ranks of Generals.

During the Fall of that year, when the trees loose their leaves, He commanded his troops north into the Lands of the Demon: where even Tréntoî was tricked and scared out. He came to the village of Emanations of the Demon Orémnëdô, where he and his men were attacked by the visions of themselves burning. It fooled their minds, so they believed they were burning and dying. All his men had given up, and had laid down, thinking they were dying. Only Àmnëîetîetàmne kept moving, the Emanations stunned. Àmnëtîetàmne came to the house of Orémnëdô and cried, “Demon, even Tréntoî was fooled and scared out, harmed! I will show my people you are Demon, and that I shall even die for, to protect my people!” Orémnëdô, hearing this, stumbled his way out of his House. Àmnëîetîetàmne drew his hàstà, the blessed tool of all Bélkàn men, and defeated Orémnëdô.

But he can not pass away, for Orémnëdô can not die. Àmnëîetîetàmne, overcome by the flames of the trickery of Orémnëdô, gave his life for his men. Tréntoî bestowed the honor upon Àmnëtîetàmne by becoming a spirit. And, because of his Selflessness, the men of his Legion returned home, safe, but never forgetting the tale of Àmnëîetîetàmne, the Great Hero of Bélkà."

Jôrëlômneà Myth

(BM.: Day of Moon Myth; a myth from Bélkà)

"Tréntoî et hëçe félçe Nàcht, çehàmnetes ômnetà moî yur pax e l' nàcht e çeôrrôe.

Tréntoî was displeased, upset and shaken by the death of so many during the Great War, that he traveled up to the moon. During his time there, a single tear came from his eye. This was the tear the size of he, shed on the light side of the moon. The tear became infused with the life bringing qualities of Tréntoî, and so was born Nàcht, god of Night. Nàcht worked on making people happy, during the night his peace would spread over the land. He would work his magic to make sure the crops did not fail the night, to afflict the day. To this day, he ensures our nights our peaceful, and that we sleep well. We give thanks to He who brings the bountiful peace from the chaos of War."