מבין הסיפורים הרבים של גרים, שהם מעניינים אך רגילים הקדוש ברוך הוא שהוא אלוהי ישראל שלח אותי לפרסם שני סיפורים ולהודיע שהם שומרים סיפור אמיתי שלא רק התרחש אלא שני הסיפורים גם קדושים
the twelve holy ravens and the glowing dwarf
intro: i read two similar tales yet different by grimm. this pair of tales had a similar idea with one theme a sister saved "her brothers from being birds" by silence for many years.
although this tale is less holy than the tale of the thumb sized giant, and only its core is true, recording a real event that occurred and is not only true but also holy as holy as the holy prophecy in book jeremia which is a holy book still both have been mixed and the holiness of both jeremia and this tale is impure. therfore less holy than the tale of the thumb sized giant which not only occurred and recorded in the "legend" but is holier than both the holy tale of the "twelve ravens" and the holy prophecy of jeremiah.
in the same way that the "religious people blindly" accept whatever is in the book of genesis simply because it is in the book, which is a wrong attitude for several reasons, most importantly due to the book genesis, in contrast to holy prophecy jeremia as above, but book genesis is not holy but truly separate from god. still similar to the faith, the tale of the thumb sized giant from grimm preserves a tale not only a true amazing event, but a holy story to belive the story occurred. in contrast to genesis which god bothered to inform our generation that book genesis is truly separate from god and not a holy book and even most of its details are known to be false or simply did not happen.
so i begin with summarizing and publishing the holy tale of the thumb giant due to it holier than the bird tale and then the bird tale to obey the message commanded to me yesterday.
the main part is the ending the defeat if the demons which is the cuse of the holiness of the book. the demons were harmful and this chosen child had a purpose in life to be small and weak yet grew to the purpose and defeated the demons. preferably if you have time read "thumbling dwarf thumbling giant" however to save you time i will summarize iy here both to allow recognizing which tale and to save time for whoever reads this story and believes it honors god. but whoever claims the tale never happenes cannot truly know if it occcurred or not and is only rejecting a holy story and so insults god.
summary of thumbling the dwarf giant
a poor farmer lived a hard life with his wife who yearned for a child. the next part is something we never saw, yet the tale records a true event and is holy.
yesterday when i read this tale among other grimm tales, God sent me as a messenger to publisg that this tale is one of the tales that are not only true events but is a holy and sent me to publish this message that it is holy and even revealed some of the details to complete the story. so i obey this commandment and publish a summary and announce the story is not only true but also holy and therefore anyone who reads this summary or the original grimm story of the thumb giant, one of the few holy tales preserved among grimm legends, and believes this story, honors god and will be rewarded with pleasure both in life despite its difficulty, so pleasure will be added and after the body dies pleasure will be added… but rejecting it… when you do not know and cannot know if at the time of the story it was false, insults the holy story and insults god and is worthy of pain.
after a hard day of toil in the field the farmer [in contrast to cain who toiled in the field and considered bad, in the wrong book genesis as explained in intro but not now] who was a good farmer with a pure heart returned to his farmhouse to his wife. he knew that working the land is good to produce food [in contrast to cotton or coffee which people produce for money]. he was very so tired from working the earth he barely had strength remaining to eat the supper his wife had prepared. she had cooked some potato with cabbage so the flavor of cabbage granted flavor to the potato. then she had separated and served the potatos, to herself and her husband and they ate together. the cabbage was saved in the pot for breakfast.
they ate silently. the fatigued farmer barely had strength to stay awake that evening as he chewed the soft boiled potatos. the wife moaned that she wished she had a child. the farmer sighed and said that "we tried but god has chosen not to grant us one. perhaps if you beg from god he is only waiting for you to ask with begging."
the woman prayed to god, she believed jesus and god were the same one, and begged "my god, please grant me a son even if he is as tiny as a finger."
god heard and granted her a small son who had a great destiny both to symbolize other people and to physicly defeat demons.
before she finished her brief prayer of begging, the farmer soon fell asleep at the table and the wife lost her hope in getting a child.
she went to her bed in their room and full of hopeless despair she cried herself to sleep.
the next morning she awoke and heard her husband already awake doing the many chores of the farm which grew animals and sheep and more imporatntly food such as potato and oat and more grains such as barley which is food for man and beast and wheat and more.
the woman had been lying in her bed and stood up. she felt a moving in her stomik. and heard a voice "woman, lay again for a few minutes." the woman did not accept this as real. and went to eat the cabbage for breakfast. as she ate the moist cooked cabbage she felt her stomik again and heard the voice "you are wise not to believe everything you hear however i will tap three times and you will know i am real." then the lady felt three taps in her stomik. she believed and returned to her bed.
she lay on the soft bed and waited a few more minutes to obey the commandment.
the young boy climbed out onto the bed and he was as small as her thumb and explained he had grown in one night therfore he was small and the birth was painless.
she looked at his tiny body and felt a great love for him. he was born covered in a glow like clothing.
she carried her tiny son to the table and gave him some cooked cabbage. he ate a few bites and was filled. she also ate cabbage but less satisfied her today due to the joy of the child.
soon the farmer [named i dont know his name so i invent… no i must keep the story pure so i will breifly write "purity" to shorten "the poor farmer" and faith to shorten "his wife].
purity returned to the farmhouse carrying fresh milk from the cow. he met his tiny son and the three drank the fresh warm milk.
then the son who they named tom thumb told them the future "greedy merchants would come to buy grain and they will ask to buy me." faith interrupted "never! we wanted you and will never sell you away!" purity nodded but tom continued "i can escape and return to you so i command you to agree."
they had faith.
soon the farmer returned to the many chores and his wife did the many chores in the home. tom was inn the pocket of purity shirt.
a very luxuriously decorated car came to the gate of the farm. two black horses with decorations pulled the car. the farmer went to greet the merchants.
the greedy humans [for that is what they were] offered to buy and process his grain for a small price. purity protested that this was only half of the common price for buying grain. the greedy men tried to convince him "we will process it and buy the whole cut straw and we will separate the kernels so we are doing so much work and even paying you for the useless parts so we will pay less." purity explained that the common price was higher for whole stalks for processing and that they can use all the parts some for human food and some for anmal food.
one man said "if you do not agree that is your choice we can buy from other farmers who will sell for our low price. we do not need your grain." as one turned to walk away tom climbed to the top of the pocket and the partner saw the glow and said "if you add that glowing fairy in your pocket then we will pay the common price for your grain and buy all the grain you can cut today before the sun disappears aand pay the common price per weight.
purity felt pain giving his son away and felt the pain that his wife would feel yet he also recalled the prophecy and saw tom was right so he agreed.
the partners immediate ly gave some money and the farmer began cutting as much grain as he could before sundown.
the fancy car left and as the sun reached the edge of the sky the car returned. purity led a horse pulling a wagon that he filled with cut grain that he cut all day. the partner paid the common price for the cut stalks and attached the wagon to their car. tom clibed out f the pocket and purity gave tom to the greedy men.
the horses pulled the car and the wagon away. at the threshing place tom watched them weigh the grain and warned them to weigh accurately so they did, obeying the magical glowing tiny dwarf.
they saw the weight was more than they estimated and decided not to tell the farmer. however tom warned them to be honest so they obeyed the glowing elf. immediately the artners gave the grain to the workers who processed the grain. they drove the car and the wagon back to the farmer that evening and returned the wagon. they also paid the money of the correct weight.
meanwhile tom climbed thru a window and started to return home to his parents.
tom faced some dangers eaten in the stomik of a cow and later in the stomach of a wild animal but finally he returned to his parents. [this is a summary but you can read the detail in the tale by grimm "thumbling dwarf thumbling giant."] purity thanked tom for participating so the sale was a justly set price.
the day after he returned home, a giant came to the farm. purity felt terror at the huge giant giant… and stood frozen in fear that the giant would accidently step on him or faith or break things on the farm land. tom called to the giant who spread his palm open. tom jumped and flew up onto the palm of the giant. tom told purity that he would return.
the giant carried tom into the vast forest to his home among the trees in the woods.
the giant "ate something" and gave "the same food" to tom. what did they eat? ceratnly a giant would need a huge amount of bread to fill his giant stomik. however the giant had a magic plant that grew in a simple clay pot. he would pick one blossom from the flower and eat it while letting the other blossoms open into flowers. this magic plant was only one plant yet its flowers were each different colors. swallowing one small blossom of a normal sized flower satisfied the giants hunger and needs. tom also ate a bite from the blossom and it caused him to grow to be a giant that moment. tom the thumbling giant returned to his parents to aid them in the farm work. [this part makes me think of the magic beans but these differed were the size of common flowers but each flower of the same plant was a different vivid and livey color].
when purity saw a giant return he heard tom claim to be his son. purity was scared of the giant and did not accept nor believe that claim. he knew his son was tiny and this giant who was so frightful could not be the same one. giant tom helped plow the field and accomplished the work of two days in a short time.
they offered him food as payment for plowing, which tom ate. tom asked them to bring a thick bar of metal so thick he could not snap it and then he would leave so he would not eat all their food in his giant stomik.
purity went to the black smith who worked with iron and metals who made a very thick metal bar.
tom snapd the bar easily. still he left so he would not burden them for his food. tom went to work for a greedy human [for that is what the employer was: a greedy human].
tom offerd to work for the human in exchange for the "fun" of hitting the boss. the boss was happy he would not need to pay him so he agreed.
tom worked at some job. when the sun reached the edge of the sky in evening the boss paid the workers and the time came to pay tom. now he feared the giant even a small hit from a giant would hurt very much. so he begd the giant to change the deal he would give all his land and property to avoid getting hit by the giant.
tom knew he was only speaking from fear and did not want to lose his property so he insisted "we must obey the original agreement."
boss was terrified and promised "i will obey the deal and you may hit me only give me time to prepare for this hit." tom agreed.
boss ran to his friends to think of ideas how to kill him however they all realized that killing a gian who was so strong and giant would be difficult. after many ideas they decided to send tom on a dangerous mission. [this following part already published by grimm was imitated in star trek discovery first episode].
they sent tom to "clean a well." this well that was dug deep into the ground had stopped providing water. it lacked the common stone wall to prevent people falling in. first the boss instructed tom to break giant boulders from a medium mountain and carry them to the edge of the well. then boss instructed him to widen and deepen the well and clean the bottom so water would gather at the bottom as before.
tom praised him for using his strength to provide water. boss hid his true intentions that he did not care that the well had stopped providing water.
tom dug the well wider and deeper digging the bottom and cleaning the bottom and digging deeper until finally water from underground started to gather in the bottom of the deep well.
now that the well was much deeper boss thought the boulders would fall faster and smash the giant so he could avoid the painful hit. his buddies helped and they all pushed the heavy boulders to save their pal. the boulders toppled down and hit tom but he was not even injured by the huge boulders.
tom jumped and flew up as water flowed from underground into the well. he told them to build a simple stone wall circle around so nobody would fall in. they obeyed because they feared his strength. tom announced "now i have done the job of cleaning the water well now is the time for my fun and i will hit you." boss trembled in fear and said "i will obey our agreement but i must have time to prepare please only one more day." tom graciously granted "two weeks" for that is true.
the pals gathered and thought of another dangerous job. they knew of a grinding mill which had real demons that awoke at night. people who used the mil by day did not know about the demons however some people had stayed after dark to finish their job and never returned. boss immediately that same evening, sent tom to grind wheat into flower. when tom reached the mill a man warned him that he must wait until morning for during the dark time dangerous demons killed any man who was in their home. tom ignored the warning and did his job immediately right away during the night. while he worked turning the stones and grinding the wheat into flour, a demon came and hit tom. his glow sheilded him from the spiritual harm. tom hit back and when he touched the spiritual powerful demon, his glow changed to flesh. the force of the blow of the giant killed the deadly demon who had already killed some workers.
other demons came and tred to hit him for entering their home after they slept during the day and each one who hit him the glow sheilded tom and helped his hit destroy demon after demon until only the last one was alive. the last one warned him "you have killed all of our group but you are in our home and you must leave or else i will hit you." tom rebuked him "i am no harm to you i am only using the mill stones so you must not hit me with violence". the demon like most demons are evil and hit tom. again the glow sheileded him from the demon and he hit the demon back and changed him to flesh. the hit killed the deadly demon.
NOW that his purpose was accomplished his glow brightened like a silvery glow of a star and the corpses of the demons changed to flesh crumbled to piles of dust. then the glow resumed as the usual golden glow.
a voice came from heaven and said "you have done your purpose and correctly killed the evil deadly demons and even warned them but they were evil now you can return home to your parents and you can eat the same blossom as the giant."
tom saw time remained before dawn so he searched in the woods for the giant who had fed him. he came o the place of the home ut it was not there. however in that place he saw the plant growing in the ground so he scooped it up from the forest floor and carried it to purity farm where he put it in a clay pot same as he saw the giant do. now purity and faith would not use up the food on his giant stomik.
as the sun appeared at the edge of the sky after dawn, tom came to his boss and said that it is time for my fun. he gave the flour which he had grinded and swung his giant hand at the boss who had been greedy and hired him without pay as tom had offered. the swat caused boss to fly up into the air and soar far… and "if boss has not died from old age, then he is even now soaring and flying through the air."
note: although tom dug the well, to provide water from underground by digging deeper he did no build the wall, but instructed the pals to build a circular wall so people wud not fall down the well and they obeyed.
the twelve ravens.
מבין הסיפורים הרבים של גרים, שהם מעניינים אך רגילים הקדוש ברוך הוא שהוא אלוהי ישראל שלח אותי לפרסם שני סיפורים ולהודיע שהם שומרים סיפור אמיתי שלא רק התרחש אלא שני הסיפורים גם קדושים
intro: the core of the story is not ony true which occurred in the past, a few hundred years ago, in the region of the south edge of the baltic sea, but also holy. therefore God sent me to publish this holy story, and told me which of the stories are holy and true so that i should emphassize and publish them for the core of this story is not only true but truly many witnesses saw on the day of the fire "birds flew down and changed into humans except one who retained his wing". the commandment and message contained details for me to "include and complete the holy story." due to its holiness, therefore anybody who reads this summary or the original grimm story either story of the birds that changed back to brothers, whether twelve ravens or six swans, one of the few holy tales preserved among grimm legends, and believes this story, honors god and will be rewarded with pleasure both in life despite its difficulty, so pleasure will be added and after the body dies pleasure will be added… but rejecting it… when you do not know and cannot know if at the time of the story it was false, insults the holy story and insults god and is worthy of pain.
the twelve ravens [a parallel story had the title "six swans" both stories preserve the parallel versions of the same event and complete each other.]
in a small kingdom where a king ruled only one small city, near the coast of the sea called baltic, his queen was pregnant. the king believed that the lessons of the bible were wise and justice. he appointed judges to judge in pairs. a group of two young students studying the local laws including the books of the bible, and other more modern laws and judgements, would listen with their older guide an experienced judge. they must listen to the claims of the two sides accuser and defendant in arguments about business money sales or about damages or other topics. the pair would then discuss and together decide "pay or not punish or not" and the punishemnt. the teacher would watch and make suggestions but only the pair would decide. if the pair did not agree only then the teacher would side with one of them to tip the majority of the votes. otherwise the teacher only suggested ideas which the students either accepted or rejected and the pair of judges agreed while the teacher was silent.
the following tale has some exciting amazing details which we never saw. god sent me to select and publish that the core of these two versions is one true story but not only occurred but also is holy in contrast to the stories in the book genesis many which are false and therefore not from god and others in book genesis that simply did not occur and those authors were separate from god and the book genesis neither true nor holy however this story with its supernatural event is not only a true event but also holy. therefore whoever reads this summary or the original versions of grimm about the birds changing back to brothers and believes it occurred, is worthy and will have pleasure added into his life despite the difficulty we all face during life and after he dies pleasure will be added however those who reject this story selected from among other legends, and rejects that this story is true or holy despite the warning which god sent me to warn you, is truly worthy now that you have been warned… of added pain.
this king was married to a queen. he also had three "treaty harem" which means he only did the wedding to join one but the others were part of his harem like wives without a wedding as a treaty with neighboring rulers.
each of the four women gave birth to three sons so he had twelve princes [this also preserves the true birth of the twelve sons of jacob that was not accurately preserved in book genesis.]
in the fifth year of his marriaage to the queen, she became pregnant. the king wanted a daughter because he knew eventualy the queen would die and if he only had sons, then no child would replace the queen. he told the queen that he hopes she will have a dauter.
the king about the book of numbers "if a man dies lacking any son then the inheritence will go to his daughter." this idea troubled the king because he believed in the books of the bible yet his heart told him this was not justice. due to the bible he acted: he personnally shaped wood and assembled wood coffins for his twelve sons and expalined to his queen: if you have a daughter then i decree that she must inherit even if i must kill all the sons so people do not protest her inheriting. the queen was sad that her three sons would die… the other nine were not hers anyway…. and thout of a protest and suggested to him "if you kill the boys then no son will replace you as king." he replied that his daughter would be the king and her husband would be like a queen.
he warned the queen not to reveal his plan to anybody who might interfere.
the queen swore to keep the secret and altho she secretly wanted a dauter… she hoped the pregnancy would be a boy so her sons would be safe. ma was even angry at god for making such a rule in the bible that a dauter inherits only if no sons. due to this her sons were at risk.
the fact was: the king decided and acted that he would kill the sons if he had a dauter due to the bible that the only way she would inherit even part of a portion was if he killed his sons the royal princes.
god sent me to teach you that this detail and many others in the bible were not from him nor holy nor truth nor justice. those books such ass genesis and numbers and more except jeremia which is holy, the many others and specificly book numbers are not from god nor holy nor true nor justice. and god bothered to send me to respond to those who are fooled that those books are true or correct.
ma kept her oath and did not tell the harem about the danger to their sons. she did not even warn her own sons due to the oath. however the youngest son saw his ma was worried and he begd her to reveal what troubled her emotions? at first she resisted and insisted she must not reveal the secret but seeing his deep care for her worry combined her love for her sons, she found a solution. silently and obeying the oath not to tell, she led her son to the room with the twelve wood coffins and said "count them."
the wise son understood and told her he would keep the oath and lead the brothers to safety. when the birth will occur she should signal with a flag if boy or girl.
y [for that is how will shorten the youngest] told his brothers that they must leave home due to the danger of a secret. however his brothers doubted any danger. they refused to believe him that there was any danger and refused to leave their home. for the sake of saving their lives y violated the oath and explained that pa wanted a dauter and the only path to her inheriting was if the king killed his sons.
the brothers felt very angry at their father for deciding to kill them. soon their anger was redirected at god for making such a rule… since they thout, as many religious people now believe, that this rule was in the book numbers, is from god, that a dauter inherits if no sons. they were angry that god made such a rule that resulted in this situation.
the twelve sons walked out from the royal palace. they went to live in the woods. they wandered among the many trees until "a floating light led them to a glowing house." it was a magical home in the woods. the sons did not see that as each one enterd the door a flower sprouted from the land behind the home and its bud instantly opened in a blossom of six colored petals.
soon the twelve brothers enterd the home. soon the twelve flowers were a complete row.
the brothers went to hunt for food to shoot birds and other forest beasts. all except the youngest who stayed home and discovered precisely twelve beds with soft mattresses and fabric covers and all the needs. y learned where everything was stored. each morning he would climb a tree while his brothers hunted and wait for the signal from the palace. however day after day no flag of any signal.
the months passed and the brothers enjoyed the meat of the wild beasts that they hunted and that y boiled in water with herbs that y gathered.
finally one fateful morning y saw a flag from a window in the palace. it was a "red flag" symbolizing a red flag…. red like blood they must not return to the palace for the king would kill them and bury them in the coffins he built why? for inheritance.
the brothers despite being twelve and different personality all cooperated [this preserves the real story of the twelve sons of jacob in contrast to the book of genesis much of the story of josef never occurd only a bit but the brother cooperated and almost never argued.]
when they did not agree they would use the king method and ask a third brother to mediate and take sides and whichever side he took the one accepted in practice despite continuing to believe they were wrong.
"ten years passed". the princess saw a row of shirts hanging to dry and for the first time noticed they were varying sizes many not fit for pa. she askd ma "who are those royal clothes for?" [aah back when we were allowed to say that phrase in that order… even good authors ended sentences that way. that is the way people spoke.]
ma revealed to her young ten year old dauter that she had brothers, her 12 sons, who she had never seen nor heard of.
the wild ten year old youth was so excited that she ran into the forest to search for them. again "a floating golden glow led her" to the glowing home.
the brothers except for y were hunting the food for the day to feed their hunger. only y was home. she grabd the handle of the door but could not open it for the magic door protected the home and anybody who lived in it. y heard her and opened the door for this beautiful young princess in royal clothing. he felt such love that he kissed her and they almost sinned together but the young girl protested saying she was too young to have a child so they must wait.
she asked why he lived in the forest and he told the story of the cruel king of this kingdom. the princess knew that was her kingdom and they realized they were siblings. now they hugged as siblings.
y warned her that his brthers might be angry that she caused them to lose their home so he sent her to hide until they returned from hunting.
later, the brothers returned with the birds and forest beasts and y said he has a secret that he can only reveal if they promise not to kill their new gest.
the brothers were eager to hear the secret and said an oath that they would not kill the gest. then y announced that "our sister has found us." some of the brothers were angry that she was the cause of their loss. others explained that they must not blame her… for she did not do anything to harm them.
at first they all ate together and she told her brothers about the palace and the kingdom. she begd to reunite with them and live among them. they agreed and she helped y in the house chores.
the following morning she looked out the window and saw a row of colored flowers. she saw twelve and said "such good luck a wonderful omen. exactly the number i need for each of my brothers to give at breakfast." quickly she picked the twelve flowers… and as she turned around… the glowing home was not where it had been. could all this have been a dream? many ravens were on the ground pecking the earth and some flew away.
the princess started crying and felt that she had lost her brothers when she had finally reunited with them. and they were only together one evening. she sobbed and cried for a long time. the voice of a lady asked her "why did you pick the flowers those were your telve brothers." but she did not believe the lady. she was so sad that she refused to eat all day she did not search for any food even when she felt hunger because her sadness was so great.
later when the sun neared the edge of the sky at evening six swans flew near her. they landed near her and as the sun vanished each one split into two brothers. y explained that magic had changed them into birds. she said "at least now you are all free from the magic…" but in a short time they changed back into twelve black raavens and the oor princess cried for her loss and soon cried herself to sleep.
in her dream she saw a message that she must be silent for a long time and not even laugh. if she would make six shirts and be silent until she completed the task she would free her brothers from the magic.
she waited in the place of the gowing house and as the sun reached the edge of the sky again twelve ravens were flying in circles. they landed in pairs on branches and changes into six swans.
the swans flew to the ground aand when they stoood on the ground they split into her twelve brothers.
she told them her dream and gve them hpe and promised to make the shirts and from the time she started to make the shirts she would be silent. before her brothers could answer they changed back to ravens and flew away.
the princess felt hope and hurried home to get the fabric and sewing materials to make the shirts. she returned to the place in the forest and spent her day making the six shirts. she was silent because nobody was in the forest to speak with.
each night the twelve ravens visited. they attached into six swans but then flew away so she was not tempted to talk to them.
week after week she sewed the shirts and was almost finished her purpose when a king from the nebir kingdom came hunting. his dog found her. [note the core of the story is true but some details in the two legends need to be fixed so the legends complete each other and some details removed].
the king asked her why she was alone in the forest. she believed her dream and refused to speak even to answer the king.
her refusal to speak made the "impatient king" very angry for he was king and everybody must obey the king. he roughly grabd her arm and led her to his palace. the poor princess sobd because she had only sewn five of the shirts the sixth was still missing a sleeve. how would she save her brothers?
the king warned her "you must tell me why you are alone in the forest sewing?" but she refused to answer due to her dream that she must be silent until she "completes the six" shirts.
the impatient king felt angry and yelld at her and warnd he would kill her if she did not answer but she refused to speak and hurried to sew the sleeve on… stitch by stitch by stitch… the king drew his "sword"… and was ready to "cut her in his anger" but then "an angel" of god flew down from the sky and warned "do not move your hand to the girl" [this fixes and preserves and replaces the corrupted story about isac saved by an angel in the false book named genesis].
the king obeyed the angel but called for his advisors. "i decreed death on her for not answering me." the advisor agreed that surely she deserves death and immediately while the king re-vaginated his sword, the soldiers quickly gathered wood and built a "pyre" for burning her.
the angel came again and said "do not move your hand to the girl" but the soldiers did what they thout was justice and dragd the young prindcess to the wood. sadly they had assembled the wood before she finished sewing the sleeve… as they dragd the princess the needle dropd from her hand and she could not finish the last stitches to secure the sleeve to the shirt the poor girl wailed… she had hope and now the hope was lost…
as a soldier lit the wood twelve ravens swooped down and began pecking at the soldiers… but the fire soon spread in the wood and a pair of birds each landed on the shirts that she had carried… they instantly changed into white swans… even before sunset by the love of their sister sewing the shirts.
happily even the sixth shirt did its job and changed the swan into man… all the soldiers saw in amazement the ravens change into swans and then into men… except the one with the partly attached sleeve whose wing remained a wing… the six brothers hurried to throw dirt on the fire and she seeing her brothers as men finally spoke… and promised the king she would explain what happened.
the brothers threw dirt and extinguiushed the fire and saved their sister… and all the soldiers were witnesses that the birds changed to men and saw one brother with a wing.
the king was awed by this wonder and promised he would not be impatient ever again.
the brothers lived long happy lives in the kingdom of this king who refused to pass the kingdom to his son the heir but instead established a council of his sons and the gests to decide together how to govern.
elsewhere the king who had decreed death on his sons died. his kingdom was divided by the three harem wives who inherited the childless king and added the land to the kingdoms of their fathers. the mother suffered from loneliness but had the comfort of knowing that "somehwere" her sons had lived and survived.
even the son with the wing… "if he has not died of old age he is living even today."
endnote: i now obey the command to publish these holy tales so they are available and those who believe can have pleasure added to their lives and benefits and good while those who reject this have a chance… and therefore are worthy of pain for rejecting the gift.