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on January 13th 2020, 2:40 pm
ILS wrote:I'm also unaware of why they did that. Can someone post the source that describes their potentially incestuous bathing escapades?
wait a seg.... does the ones of mortis are incestous......  ?
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on January 13th 2020, 2:41 pm
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That's what Apocalypse tells us. Not really much. The soon-to-be-Legends-canon novel Supernatural Encounters gives us an explanation though.

Using both left pincers to wave the Jedi after her, the Killik descended the corridor through several archways to another series of reliefs. The first depicted a jungle paradise, with a small clearing in the bottom of a shallow gorge that emptied into a vast swamp. In the center of the clearing was an erupting geyser, and in the vapor cloud above it floated three ghostly figures, so insubstantial it seemed their limbs had not yet finished coalescing. The trio appeared much younger than in the previous panels, but they were still recognizable as the Father, Son, and Daughter from the forest panels.
In the following two scenes, a walled pool had been built to catch the water from the geyser. In one panel, a fiendish-looking beast with the Son’s head stood at the edge of the pool, drinking from it as the shocked faces of the Father and Daughter watched from the edge of the clearing. The next panel showed the Daughter swimming in a different pool, one located inside a grotto. The head on her shoulders was that of a luminous bird, and it was looking back toward the cave’s pillar-flanked entrance with its beak gaping wide in surprise.
Raynar motioned at the two creatures, first the brutish-looking man-beast, then the luminous bird-woman. “They seem to be changing from one form to another,” he said. “Are they the same beings?”
“Do you think the Ones are made of crude matter?” Thuruht replied. “The Ones are beings of the Force. The Ones take any form they desire.”
As Raynar considered this—and whether that meant the Daughter or another figure might be Abeloth—Tekli stepped forward.
She pointed at the pool in the grotto. “Does that remind you of anything?”
“It’s the Pool of Knowledge that Master Skywalker described in his report,” Raynar said.



Supernatural Encounters:
On a hidden world, a pocket dimension between realspace and the realm Beyond Shadows, the Celestials created the Wellspring of Balance, from which Elegast incarnated into mortal form. From the Font of Power was incarnated Eipha, who became known as the Son, and from the Pool of Knowledge was incarnated Niphal, who became known as the Daughter.
The three came to be known as the Ones, and at the end of the War of Temporal Planes, they announced themselves to the galaxy as the “true architects,” who had come to help rebuild and restore. Elegast, or Father, as he was then known, for they sought to present themselves in ways the galactic inhabitans could understand, reiterated the earlier promise of the Celestials given at the start of the Empyrean Wars. The galaxy belonged to its inhabitants, but they must strive to maintain the balance between power, wisdom, and love, and he would help balance the scales of justice to aid them in this endeavor.
Assisted by the Kwa, the pyramidal Tho Yor ships were created at this time, intended to traverse the galaxy collecting force-sensitives from numerous races to study and grow to become fellow guardians and protectors of the balance. But in the passage of time, Elegast came to see how truly the Ancient of Days had spoken, for as the turbulence of the galaxy ever swung towards war, so too would his Son and Daughter become sorely affected, and the Father put forth a saying into the galaxy at this time that “Love without power and wisdom is hypocrisy and sentiment. Power without love and wisdom is foolishness and violence. Wisdom without love and power is arrogant recreance. Yet the one who has love, power, and wisdom can shape the galaxy.”
The Wellspring of Balance, the Font of Power, and the Pool of Knowledge were maintained to ensure that he and his offspring would, in mortal bodies, remain alive over the ages, for although time passed differently on their world, still it passed. Yet those very same waters would prove volatile to Eipha and Niphal, with the Son gravitating towards the Font of Power in order to regain his physical strength, and Niphal the Pool of Knowledge in order to regain her mental energy, both of which were drained by the galactic imbalance. But in this way did it escalate and intensify the differences between them, so that in time, they become as avatars of Darkness and Light, and like the galaxy itself, never truly able to become whole or one.
Their natures now so opposed, Son and Daughter frequently fought amongst themselves, and in their most contentious battle, they accidentally destroyed the Wellspring of Balance. Despite their animosity, they loved one another and longed to be together. Father strived incessantly, but without the Wellspring, he soon grew weary in his task and was unable to restore the balance in himself. In this way did a deep loneliness set in, and he began to regret having coming to this plane.
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on January 13th 2020, 2:57 pm
mmmm looks interesting
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on January 13th 2020, 5:36 pm
Might be missing something, but how are those sources in any way suggesting an incestuous relationship?
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on January 13th 2020, 7:53 pm
How do you think the Force Priestesses were made?
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on January 13th 2020, 7:56 pm
The Ones didn't create the Force. It's entirely possible the Priestesses were either manifestations of the Force or are ancient spirits who learned how to retain their identity and took on the responsibility of passing on this knowledge.
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