One day the sun was feeling tired. So she went into her bedroom in Ixa. She gazed at the clouds in front of her and felt sadness. She looked for meaning. She came to her niece the earth for advice. Yena said to her “how is your wife where has she been?” the sun began to tear. Yena recoiled. Yena the earth asked the sun if she was okay. She wiped the gold from her face and spoke.
“She has been gone for thirty three nights and eighty eight days.” Yena distressed looked at her. Yena then asked where the moon had been off to. She replied with women, men, and wine. Yena understood immediately. Yena asked if she wished to leave her love. She replied she did but could not exist without being seen and she was bound to the moon. Yena told the sun to call upon Ahue. Ahue was the god of rule and order. He was of passage in essence though regardless always male in form. Yena continued to tell the sun that all matter between Genwa entities and humanity's laws were of him. The sun replied she was neither deity nor human. The earth responded that Ahue being of passage meant that she would be within his jurisdiction unless she wished to travel to another pantheon.
The sun then asked holding her hands to her chest what was the reason truly necessary to call upon Ahue. The earth Yena responded over her own existence. Power is derived within the realm of Genwa by observation and notoriety. If you are observed or within the eye the more power you as a deity or being will accumulate within your essence. The sun exists do to her relation with the moon. But if she wanted to exist on her own she must ask Ahue to give her custody of Yena in observation.
The sun agreed though saddened by such a fact. She gathered several moonstones. One for each hour of the day. She drew a square with the names of celestial spirits on each corner for protection. She evoked the wind, pointing left, the ocean pointing right, the earth pointing down and herself pointing up. Then she spun and chanted a hym. She placed a pair of scones in the center. Offerings to Ahue must be either sweet, sour, or taste of spice. After rituals Ahue’s offerings must be left out for 3 days then either be thrown away, or burned.
The sun obliged the rulings. Then she sat and mediated. If she were mortal she would have felt nothing but cold air or his presence if anything representative at all. But it is to be known Ahue always comes when he is called. He is kind and will observe even if anccident. Ahue appeared in a blaze of smoke. He appeared as a man. Topless in royal garb with gauntlets formulating into hammers for hands. His face wihout eyes yet his mask presenting one. His voice was young. His figure tall. He looked at her with patience. Asking her, her desire.
The sun held her breath. She asked for dictation over the earth. Ahue laughed. Then stoic as always responded. “I request three reasons?” And the sun sat down. She replied “I wish to be observed. For a spirits observation is their entirety in Genwa. The moon has left to wine with others leaving me broken and distressed. I wish to exist on my own” he took the gavels of his hands.
Then he took the sun's heart out of hrer body he then smashed it within the gavels. The heart broke into 12 pieces. Then Ahue took the pieces between the gavels and smashed them whole once more returning the sun her life. Ahue looked up then down. He spoke into existence that the sun would preside over the earth 12 hours every day separated from the moon. These hours would be observed different depending on location. Thus the moon and the sun would always be observed at the same time.
Ahue bowed and took the scones. He in a storm like thunder vanished. The sun cried rejoicing. She felt power within her. She knew as a result of this ritual that she would rarely reside with the moon at the same time again. Only moments to humans would allow such things. However a moment to a human could be centuries to a Genwa spirit. This is the story of why the moon appears at night and the sun appears during the day.