|Born||4 Temporal 580|
|Godhood||27 Dreamer 984|
|Died||13 Temporal 985|
In one of the variations of the Elderaunt origin myth Elephant Reverence, it says that on 4 Temporal 580, the mortal Jurmalon rose from the ashes of the titan Ilušur and the mastodon Thunderous Walker.
Jurmalon, of the Irastâ tribe, was a charismatic leader, quickly rising to power. He unified Izagunbar's elderaunts with the formation of the Tâchpachâr Empire on 11 Brightstar 921.
In 984, Jurmalon died of old age. Seeing him as the perfect representative of the Elderaunt people, a godless people, The Balance retrieved his soul from Limbo, sending it through the Temple of Ascension. His time as a Higher Power would be short. The day of his Ascension, dark powers conspired, assaulting the Temple of Ascension. Captured by Set, Jurmalon was imprisoned in the Black Chariot. Some say this was revenge for the set-back to Khazarkar civilization following their defeat at the Battle of Satheon.
Inside the Black Chariot, Jurmalon was subjected to months of torture, sometimes brought to near drowning then nursed back to health. After six months of this, unable to take any more punishment, Jurmalon pleaded to Hades for release. Hades is said to have told him:
Once you have given up life, you also give up godhood and release the power of your domains to Set. He will get stronger with your death, he has the right to select part of you as his own.
- Hades, to Jurmalon - "Divine Release"
At the hands of Set, Jurmalon was killed on 13 Temporal 985. With his death, Set took Jurmalon's divine power, using it to bolster his mastery of the darkness domain.