The netchiman's wife who carried the egg of Vivec within her went looking for the lands of the Indoril. Along the journeycame to see her and offer instructions to her son-daughter, the glorious of Vvardenfell, Vivec.
The first spirit threw his arms about her and. The netchiman's wife became soaked in the . The egg was delighted and did somersaults inside her, bowing to the and saying:
The second spirit was too aloof and acted above his station so much that he was driven off by a. The third spirit, , came down to the netchiman's wife while she relaxed for a while under an . His garments were made from implications of meaning, and the egg looked at them three times. The first time Vivec said:
'Ha, it means nothing!'
After looking a second time he said:
'Hmm, there might be something there after all.'
Finally, giving At-Hatoor's garments a sidelong glance, he said:
'Amazing, the ability to infer significance in something devoid of detail!'
At-Hatoor said, and then he left.
The fourth spirit came with the fifth, for they were. They could and probed inside the egg to find its core. Some say Vivec at this point was shaped like ; others, that it looked like .
',' the first cousin said, 'I bring you a series of calamities that will bring about the end of the universe.'
'And from my side,' the second cousin said, 'I bring you all the primordial marriages that must happen within them, each one.'
At this the egg laughed. 'I am given too much to bear so young..'
And then the sixth spirit appeared, the, who taught the Velothi at the beginning of days all the arts of sex and murder. Its burning heart melted the eyes of the netchiman's wife and took the egg from her belly with six cutting strokes. The egg-image, however, , when the earth still cooled, and was not blinded.
, leaving a few behind . Then the Black Hands Mephala put the egg back into the netchiman's wife and blew on her with magic breath until the hole closed up. , saying:
'God hath three keys;.'
Within this Sermon the wise may findof these keys.