NPS 026

On favour and disfavour

And the holy Travancus spoke us follows, saying: Behold that there are four favours with which she favours we her children, and four disfavours with which she disfavours us. And of her favours, the first is the favour of Being, the second is the favour of Incidence, the third is the favour of her Cause, and the fourth is the favour of Blessing. And of her disfavours, the first is the disfavour of Non-Being, the second is the disfavour of Incidence, the third is the disfavour of her Cause, and the fourth is the disfavour of the Absence of Blessing. Now as to the first favour, all who have ever been or shall ever be, she has favoured with this favour. And as to the first disfavour, those who are not, who have never been, and who shall never be, not upon this earth, nor upon any other, nor in any of the many heavens, nor anywhere nor anywhen else: all these has she disfavoured with this disfavour. And I tell you solemnly, as many as are, in the many universes, across the ages and the great expanses of ocean and plain, even so, their number is vastly exceeded, by those who are not, who have never been and who shall never be. Now as to the second favour: we are favoured with Incidence, when our good fortune is necessary to the Blessing of another. And as to the second disfavour: we are disfavoured with Incidence, when our misfortune is necessary to the Blessing of another. As to the third favour, that of her Cause: whoever serves her Cause, and whose success is necessary to the success of her Cause, that one she favours with the favour of her Cause. And as to the third disfavour, that of her Cause: whoever opposes her Cause, and whose failure is necessary to the success of her Cause, that one she disfavours with the disfavour of her Cause. And as to the fourth favour, the favour of Blessing: thus she favours all those whom she favours with the crown of Blessing. And as to the fourth disfavour, thus does she disfavour all those from whom the crown of Blessing has been withheld. And yet, whoever is disfavoured with the fourth disfavour, shall in due course, be favoured with the fourth favour in turn: for this is her certain promise.
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