There are legends – which can still be found in writing today, in Compendium Augumentum and Codex Lugubrum - alleging that this separation took the form of an entity known as Il Separatio (meaning The Separation). The story is told of Il Separatio and the warrior called Ashor in one book, and Amantes in the other. Let’s use the name Ashor.
Ashor had done just as much good as he had done evil during his time. When he was wounded and in danger of losing his life, a demon and an angel both began to fight over his soul, but Il Separatio appeared and sent them away, wielding his neutrality. The demon claimed that Ashor was his and belonged with him in Hell as a result of his evil deeds; the angel claimed that the warrior had done a lot of good, therefore he was his to take with him in Heaven. When Il Separatio appeared, he simply said that the man had done just as much good as he had done evil and, as a result, neither of the other two could have him.
It was the fact that Il Separatio exercised such absolute power that scared the Church, causing them to destroy most books about the entity over the centuries.
The story goes that, once the angel and the demon had left, Ashor's wounds healed up and he was restored to his appearance as it was at the ideal age of 30, becoming immortal and endowed with great power. So he was then virtually a Demi-god, or Superhuman, doing whatever he wanted and traveling wherever he pleased just by using the power of his mind.
The legends tell that he could transport himself to other worlds— including on the Sun, and inside the Sun.
There is so much hidden meaning in this story to be unravelled.