He was entombed in the small damp cave. The opening had been sealed by the angry townspeople. Then he heard the hammering commence. He briefly wondered why they were hammering on the mountainside. He had no way of knowing the stonemason was chiseling and inscription above the cave-an inscription which read "Beware Kolis." He prayed to his Father to release him from his entombment, but his Fathers didn't answer until Kolis was frantic. Then his Fathers' cold voice echoed in the chamber, "You have failed me Kolis. You allowed the young girl to live. You must never again forget my teachings. Over the next many years I will visit you many times. And you will remember all which I have taught you, for the time, when I will set you free again. Do not fail me again Kolis." Thus begins the story of Kolis and his destructive efforts teaching evil to his followers who were recruited from the maladjusted of society.