A collection of songs and chants that have prophetic meaning to those who believe in the All Spirit. Its' purpose is to provide a basis upon which people may discern, interpret, and alayze prophecies.
The Canticles of Prophesy
The introduction explains the mythic origins of the first chant;
"To this one, a meagre former soldier, whose voice was destroyed by dragonfire, the all-spirit has granted a golden voice!" Voiceless-No-Longer's 1st Chant
"My comrades are dead, my limbs are mangled and my face is naught but a twisted mockery of my former humble visage. I have lived 2 score years as a creature lower than a rat, but now I am called to divine service." Voiceless-No-Longer's 4th Chant
"Thy family who birthed me into this cursed world are gone, but I am called to a family more grand than I could have imagined. I am called to sing! Sing for you, sing for me, sing for all of humanity! Come fellows and sing with me, for all our voices are golden on this day." Voiceless-No-Longer's 7th Chant
"The protector's fire hath not visited the last of their wrath upon us. I tell you here that the breath of the protector's many mouths will fall upon us, but a great hero will rise!" Voiceless-No-Longer's 17th Chant
"They will be born from the folk of scales and the dragon's kin. They will sing a great song that echos through the ages, a song that slays the Queen of Dragons not once, but twice." Voiceless-No-Longer's 18th Chant
"I am called to sing of the truth, thy Titans our fathers faught were not only great destroyers, but creators all!" Voiceless-No-Longer's 49th Chant
"For the act of creation is neither tidy nor trim, it is a bloody, messy, and beautiful affair." Voiceless-No-Longer's Voiceless-No-Longer's 50th Chant
"Thus the All-Spirit wills those who do its' will to be both a creator and destroyer, to have the spirit of a Titan." Voiceless-No-Longer's 51st Chant
"The greatest of the holy warriors the All-Spirit sends us will be saviours of us all and the Chants shall reveal them in time." Voiceless-No-Longer's 52nd Chant
"They shall be called Godseeds, for each is a part of the All-Spirit and may be grown into a true god, that is an inheretor of the divine mandate." Voiceless-No-Longer's 53rd Chant
"But know ye as any good peasant would, that a seed must be nourished to grow. It is up to all us good and faithful to sing the chants, hear them, and study them, lest we abandon a seed." Voiceless-No-Longer's 54th Chant
"One has been born to us already, and nourished tenfold! The man, nay, the GOD who wages a mighty war on the destroyers and seeks to create a divine balance. The watcher, judge, king, father of us all, and the First God, the now ascendant Tyr." Voiceless-No-Longer's 55th Chant
The consensus among historians and the chantry is Voiceless-No-Longer was a soldier in the allied armies of Vaithar, the near-mythical kingdom of Tyr. Judging by the chants, it seems as if they faught as some kind of archer in a formation that harried the traitorous dragons of Marduk and seems to have cost our brave narrator their voice, before it was restored by the All-Spirit, but only for the purposes of Chanting.
"The seed was planted eons ago, it is up to each Apostle to seek the means of germinating it." The Canticles of Prophesy, Mesi La'Fore's 3rd Chant.
"And the divine bodies of the Aspects shall wilt away, their remnants falling unto the earth, becoming fertilizer for the Rose to grow into their fullest self." The Canticles of Prophesy, Dalan Dalann's 4th Chant.
"The false Godseeds are not to be embraced, as they are a weed in the garden of prophesy, and so it is right to uproot them. If allowed to flourish and grow, they shall choke out the life of the prophesied Rose." The Canticles of Prophesy, Omar of Dalimli's 12th Chant.
"A child taken and a seed planted in the shade of the morning wood." The Canticles of Prophesy, Mesi La'Fore's 27th Chant.
"The child shall be born of human flesh, bearing the soul of a Titan." The Canticles of Prophesy, Dalan Dalann's 109th Chant.
"They will have no tutor, but shall speak the Titan's Tongue." The Canticles of Prophesy, Omar of Dalimli's 1st Chant.
"They shall greet the shadow of Death as both a treasured friend, and a scornful rival." The Canticles of Prophesy, Omar of Dalimli's 8th Chant.