Then you are not a student of religion. Look in the Old Testament of Cape Breton and the Sea.
From the Book of St. John's - the story of the Stoves and the Fishes
13. And on that day, a servant went out, stared at the multitude and said, "Jeezily Jillikers! Look at all them people! Oh Lord, how are we gonna feed all them people? There must be these many!" And the servant held up the fingers of both hands.
14. And Lord Tunderin' was sad, so He came to His servants in a dream and ordered them to take the five stoves and two wishes and meet Him on the ground overlookin' Sunset Hill.
15. Oh Lord, what are we to do?" asked old Johnny, the oldest one there. "Take these five stoves and distribute them amongst the multitude assembled that they may prepare the meal." And old Johnny did as he was told.
16. "But Lord, there is still nuttin' for them to eat!" And Lord Tunderin' turned to His servant and spoke in a vexatious tone, "Do ye not trust what I have told you? After all this time, and the days with Mrs Liddy in Torbay? Behold, the hungry multitude!"
17. His servants turned to behold the hungry multitude and they were sore afraid. Lord Tunderin' spoke again to old Johnny and asked for the gourd which contained the two wishes. "As I promised when John, the other John, not old Johnny, was cast out, so shall I now tell you this. And Lord Tunderin' drank from the gourd that contained the two wishes.
18. "Begone, all who are assembled here! Assail me no more!" And the multitude vanished, never to be seen again. He turned to His servants, smiled and said, "Go, and see me no more, for I am off to Bonavista, and be upwind of you. Go to the waters and bathe. Yes must be made clean!"
19. And He vanished from that place, only to be seen on weekend occasions at the Split Crow. Leaving His servants to ponder His teachings.
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