That's right, brothers and sisters of the Mother Tree, my eyes have been opened to a new world of understanding.
As I was walking to my car, a storm began brewing. As I ran to my car and fiddled with my keys, I could hear the rain pattering all around me on the ground. It was just then that I realized, where myself and my car were, there was no rain hitting at all. I looked up and noticed a rather large tree that I hadn't seen before. It's body was extending over a fence and sheltering myself and the car, which I thought was quite odd.
As I was getting in my car, I was struck on the head by an apple. I rubbed my now sore head and picked up the apple. Oh, the apple was no ordinary apple, it was made of solid gold. I looked the apple over and suddenly I had an epiphany.
It was a time long ago, in which fairies, nymphs, and other woodly creatures perused the forests. In this time long ago, there was a great tree that lived in the center of the largest forest, which used to cover all of the lower forty-eight states. This tree, commonly known to the flora and fauna as the Mother Tree. The Mother Tree was the oldest living organism on Earth, it's seeds carried from a far-away planet on a loose meteorite that collided with Earth. The Mother Tree exonerated energy and life to all the creatures of the forest, but it was aging. The Mother Tree used some of it's energy to create the pixies, the fairies, and the nymphs of the forest to help keep the Mother Tree healthy. It's grand roots extended far below the Earth's surface and, in some way or another, directly went to every living tree. The fairies, pixies and nymphs lived in happiness alongside the critters and plantlife.
After some years, the number of nymphs began lessening. The fairies and pixies could live for many many centuries, but the nymphs were more ladylike. The nymphs pleaded to the Mother Tree to create mates for them. The Mother Tree used more of it's energy and spawned Man.
The Men quickly fell in love with the beautiful nymphs. One of the original Men, named Jude, was immediately taken by a nymph named Wither.
The prophecy and story of the Mother Tree will have to continue later, I'm far too tired to continue writing.