And Eve did scribe her knowledge for ten and eighty days. In the desert alone she had no food, but the Lord did feed her. She had no cool milk to drink, but the Lord did provide milk. Indeed the Lord provided great abundance and Eve partook of the abundance only what she needed and the Lord was pleased. While the Dynergistics dined on a great feast, she heard their festivities and was not jealous but pleased, for the Lord had described it so.
On the third day, an angel appeared. The angel said, “Wherefore, Eve, I pray thee, harken all my words. My words shall be of uprightness in my heart. The Lord prays you to welcome every desert traveller. He prays you to divine the true knowledge of Enron, and you will be rewarded in heaven, and the curse shall be lifted in ten year’s time. You are clean without transgression and innocent and free of iniquity, and your words will be known to the naysayers and the Dynergistics, the auditors, and indeed all the world. But you must learn all you can from the ragged men of the desert for it is they who will lead you to the truth that is Enron!”
Eve was very humbled. “I shall do as you say,” she replied. “But a saint scientist came yester and he refused to partake in the fruit of the earth nor did he allow me to stroke him.”
“Aye,” said the angel. “You must find him again and he will reveal what he knows and you will listen. Lo, it is unto God.”
“It shall be so,” said Eve and the angel departed and Eve was alone again in the desert. The great parties and feasts of the Dynergistics were heard across the great valley, as the Lord had foretold. “Behold the Lord is great!” Eve proclaimed, and the angels in heaven were joyous for they knew Eve’s burden would be fulfilled.