And the lamb of God opened the first seal, and loosed the seal and read thereon, and an angel with me came forth and saith on me, “Come with thee and join thou in seeing the hereafter,” And I joined him, and beheld a great site. For Diana was a city of crystal and glass. And the people had built great towers to live in, and beasts with wheels upon them carted men and women forth and about to places beneath the towers, and birds upon the skies were as though the size of great houses and screamed under the speed of their flight. And out of their bellies came forth men and women, the people of Diana, and two and fro they went about great structures. And the walls of Diana had crumbled beneath these towers, and structures of stone and crystal, each greater than the last shown forth, and metals and shiny things from the city were made to show its wealth. And the angel who accompanied me saith on me, “for this world things exist that have not before, and upon this world, Diana is as though a gem and most beautiful of the cities, for the things thou has seen are of the sorcerers of Sephletam, and great men and wise men who built these things in their workshops.” For these cities were commonplace on the Earth, yet the wealthiest of them were in Knod. And upon his completion of reading the first seal, the Lamb of God sounded a trumpet, and out of this sound came forth a falling star, and a wave upon the sea, and from west to east this wave swept over Diana, and wails and screams and suffering came about of this wave, and the city was swept away by this wave. And the people fled Diana towards Paragos north, where Shamalesh sits; and they hid there within the caves. And they pleaded, for within the caves they felt safe. And they saith on the cave walls, “Hide us from this storm and cover us asunder, for none shall stand before the might of this storm!” And the LORD thy God looked upon this, and out of this he brought forth one bowl out of four, with nasty things coming from it and boastful words of pride. And he powered the bowl over Diana, and out of this bowl came fire from the skies and ice as though rain. And the city burned underneath and none came to the aid of Diana, for the city had fallen beneath the weight of its pride and had been passed away. And the ones in the cave who had hidden from the coming storm pleaded for salvation but none came, and they pleaded for the caves to cover them and protect them from the waters.
And out of this the waters came forth to cover the city and the caves around Paragos and Shamalesh. And Diana was covered by the water whose height had reached the roofs of houses. And people atop these roofs pleaded for salvation, but none came for Diana, for the city was prideful and turned help from far off lands. And the arrogance of the people of Diana had made them enemies among nations, and enemies of enemies among city states. And them who had lent a hand were turned away, and them who sought to help were turned away.
And the waters which had reached Paragos and Shamalesh had covered the caves, for the caves did not tear, nor break apart. And the land had washed away the things and the people who had spake words against the LORD, for these things he had seen.
And a man came forth from the city of Diana, which in ruins lay as though a party of warriors went forth to conquer and seek conquest; and the man raised his arms to the parting skies, and saw that this was good, and with him were scales of justice and a book of judgment, and the city of Diana was judged for its sin, and the people of Diana were told to come forth from the cave and receive their judgment. This they had done, for Diana had fallen, and the people had lost their pride.