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The Mesna is the scripture of Cresianism. It consists of numerous books, also called mesna. Most were first compiled by Cresius, though a number (the Cresiimesna and the Letters) were written after his life. The Old Kelosian version of the Mesna, the Kelosian Mesna, does not include the new mesna.

Mesna Notes
Histories The Vitimesna comprises the Cresian (Kelosian) creation myth, the Apsimesna comprises ancient Cresian history, and the Irchimesna comprises classical Cresian history.
Vitimesna
Apsimesna
Irchimesna
Laws The Bicimesna comprises Cresian laws and customs, and the Olmimesna comprises additional Cresian ethics and philosophy.
Bicimesna
Olmimesna
Poems The Nandimesna is a book of songs (nand-, "sing"), and the Serimesna is a book of poems (ser-, "recite").
Nandimesna
Serimesna
Biographies The Parveimesna, Tuximesna, Jachimesna, Veselcimesna, Renciimesna, Iscrimesna, and Cresiimesna are the biographies of Parveus, Tuxus, Jachus, Veselcus, Rencius, Iscrus, and Cresius, respectively. Despite the name, they are not complete biographies. Rather, they contain anecdotes from their lives. All books listed above Cresiimesna were inherited from Old Kelosianism. The Cresiimesna, however, is a nearly complete biography and is longer than all other biographies. It is considered one of the most important mesna in Cresianism.
Parveimesna
Tuximesna
Jachimesna
Veselcimesna
Renciimesna
Iscrimesna
Cresiimesna
Letters The Letters were written after Cresiimesna and are not accepted in Old Kelosianism. They are named after their respective authors.
Avanimesna
Belscimesna
Capliimesna
Glascimesna
Amanimesna
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