The seven monsters of the Guaraní Mythology Part Two

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Having clarified the day Tau sounds the flute to enchant the girl and take her into the jungle, unable to resist the charms of music went to meet his lover, surrendered to his feet, listen to the sweet vos of the beautiful Young , Who narrates beautiful stories of love, in that recalls his nightmare and decides to tell his dream to the young man, when the evil spirit hears the narration of the dream with detail luxuries of the monster, he warns that he is being watched by Angatupyry and decides to face the spirit of the all right.
Tau and Angatupyry have already met on another occasion, they know and know that this new contest will not be easy for either of them, this time the chosen land will be the jungle in the vicinity of the jump known as the throat of the devil.

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Angatupyry has accepted some of the exploits of Tau, but this time he has gone too far and does not think to tolerate, both are prepared for the worst contest that have participated, are in the established place and begins the fight, the spirits fight frantically, Hand-to-hand, throwing lightning with noisy thunder, a great fight, disguised by a great rain and avoiding witness of the spirits of the spirits, six days with their nights they were fighting, nobody seemed to give the arm to twist.
The spirit of good Angatupyry takes the lead, there is a signal that is gaining, by the appearance of Tau looks very poor and tired, received too many strikes Angatupyry, everything seems that good would prevail evil.
Kerana, in a dream, witnessed the struggle, slept without awakening during the six days of fighting, was very hasty since the fight began, but now when the evil is being overcome, her dream begins to appease, she sees Tau get away from sleep.
The spirit of goodness can not help but smile when he sees his tired opponent almost overcome, Tau feels the defeat, his body exhausted, hurt and sore from the rays received sent by Angatupyry.
On the seventh day the contest continues, the pace of the struggle has diminished considerably, Tau's energy is already defeated, his body beaten can not withstand any more blows, in the last resort he resorts to the God of Merit, invokes his name and asks for help, His tired body lies on the ground, he can barely breathe and he calls on the name of the God of merit Pytanejovái, please do not abandon me, I need you, help me to defeat my enemy, seeing this situation the spirit of good is entrusted And comes to the body of Tau to end the conflict, in that a hot wind blows the fire and stops the body of Angatupyry, behind the flame is heard a laugh of the evil spirit of evil, the God of merit is fighting to Tau's favor and both defeated the good.

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Angatupyry is suffering the powerful clash of the force that gave rise to Pytãjovái's flame, defeated and almost moribund lying on the ground. The evil Tau enjoys his victory, he looks with contempt and haughtiness at the defeated spirit of good.


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After the contest, the beautiful young woman Kerana awakens from her deep sleep, listens to the sound of the enchanted flute, the one that imitates the song of the nightingale, as hypnotized goes to the jungle to meet her love, Tau already become the handsome young man He heads towards her and they melt their bodies in a huge embrace.
Tau to see this and confident of its spell is made to see as it is, the innocent Kerana there realizes that what I saw in dream was the reality, but it was late, there was no step back, the evil spirit already felt winning, A loud scream of frightful dread was heard, it was the cry of Kerana trying to flee the arms of the horrendous monster, this was heard throughout the village, the Indians come to their defense, Tau charges the beautiful girl on his shoulders and He flees with his prize, it was impossible to stop the evil spirit, running with his prey on his shoulder is lost in the thick, only heard the cries and cries of kerana.
Tau arrives at his home, talks to Kerana, expresses his true love, asks him to consider things, promises that what he lacks in beauty would give in fortune, explains and asks not to try to escape, if he does, he would retaliate with That it hurts more, her parents, adding, before I lose you I can take your life away, Kerana feels the threat, do not give more remedies than accept the horrible monster.
The night Kerana had to endure Tau satiate his carnal desire, subjugated the beautiful girl has only to cry, Tau cares little about the tears of the young submit to his mercy to the teenager, the tears of Kerana are So strong that they can be heard from the Guarani village.
The natives bitterly endure the cries of poor Kerana, implore the Gods, mediate and send a miracle for the recovery of the beautiful teenager, the tears grow stronger, now begin the terrifying screams of Tau, the elders of the village plead A severe punishment for Tau, who took advantage of the naive young woman and the kidnapping.
Angatupyry hears the supplications and cries of Kerana, decides to repress and sends a curse to the soulless Tau that covers all his offspring.
The days are passing kerana far from getting accustomed, daily suffer the submissions of Tau, days after days, the whole month, months after months.
Seven months have passed, the couple's fruit is maturing, the cramps increase, it's a sign of the firstborn's coming, the time comes and Kerana begins to give birth, terrified of being her first child, she waits for a beautiful child, ignoring The curse of Angatupyry that was imposed on Tau, the child was born and could see a horrible monster.

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The beautiful young woman gave birth to a beast, deformed with seven heads, her eyes red as fire, elongated body of lizard and seven heads of dogs. In Guaraní mythology she is known as Teyú Yagua, beautiful Kerana begged the gods, consulted that she had done to deserve something like that, always good, studious, kind and respectful, did not understand what was her mistake to be punished in this way, I even tolerate being kidnapped and raped, she hoped in return for her deflowering against her will, at least the gift of a beautiful child, in return gave birth to this deformed child.
Kerana understood that the child was not to blame, would love and raise as if he were the most beautiful of children, but this child carried with him the most powerful of the curses, It would be impossible for him to have a happy life and live with his beloved mother , Happiness is not in the plans for this family.
Soon the news reached the ears of Tau, after checking the news, cursed a hundred times this birth, took the worst decision that a father takes in these circumstances, carrying with his own hands the deformed child to kill in the jungle.
Yagua teyu caused fear, his form and his red gaze that looked like fireballs, was the owner of the worst semblanza. Tau walking with the deformed child could see that it was a friendly creature, the time came for the execution and Tau could not execute the child's death, I made the decision to leave him alive in a cave on the banks of the Paraná River.
Teyu yagua managed to feed, its intake was based on Fruits and honey, this breeding a huge monster with fierce appearance.
Meanwhile Kerana did not know that her son was alive, Tau continued to submit and re-impregnated her, suffered daily Tau's submissions, the days passed, the submissions continued, so weeks and months passed.
Arriving in the seventh month as well as her first pregnancy, she began with labor, beseeched the gods to send a beautiful child, continued to ignore the curse imposed on her by Angatupyry.
The time comes and Kerana begins to give birth to the child, seeing his son could not believe, had given birth to a great snake, with a parrot's head and a large beak, with a huge tongue, evil eyes, scaly body and His feathered head.

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This serpent is known in Guaraní mythology as Mbói Tui, this deformed child suffered the same fate as his elder brother was exiled condemned to live in the jungle grasslands.
It feeds on flowers and small insects, its diet made it very large that can be seen from far away, round the marshes and lagoon, likes shadows and moist parts, produces a deafening sound, is the protector of animals of the water.
To be continue…….

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I'll wait for you tomorrow to enjoy another account of my land Corrientes.

José Luis Fernández
Corrientes Argentina

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