Out to the fields

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Cain has grown into a behemoth, with gargantuan hands for tilling the soil.  Although he is clean-shaven, his entire countenance is more like that of a beast than a man, and he has been imbued with Gaia’s strength and ferocity, as the progenitor of the Wild Man, the Sasquatch and the Neanderthal.  He’s taken his brother Abel out to the great open field that he has tilled with his own hands, and they’ve begun to quarrel.  Cain has come to see him as a traitor, doing nothing to protect their birth-right from the predatory angels, so he picks up a mountainous boulder and splits Abel’s skull open, spilling out a stream of blood that is received by the bright green grass of the open field.

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