PLACES


PARDYLIS - LORDS OF CREATION


In the fastnesses of its mountain redoubt stands the city with canyons for thoroughfares, site of the Oarion Plaza, Aar-Pardylis and other towering edifices whose main entrances stand at the third, ninth or fourteenth level… This is home to the Aerauma, eternal “Architects of Civilisation” who, In The Beginning, shaped “Paradise”.


THE STORY

Your Awakening



As this primal story unfolds and you discover how legends were really born to become part of our collective subconscious, you may undergo a number of initially subtle shifts in perception. A healing presence. A longing for this to be part of your own reality. Higher incidence of synchronicity. Connection to the Greater Scheme. Whatever the experience, it will be meaningful: from calm reassurance to something infinitely more potent. And uniquely yours.

THE EXCERPT

PLACES


PARDYLIS - LORDS OF CREATION


In the fastnesses of its mountain redoubt stands the city with canyons for thoroughfares, site of the Oarion Plaza, Aar-Pardylis and other towering edifices whose main entrances stand at the third, ninth or fourteenth level… This is home to the Aerauma, eternal “Architects of Civilisation” who, In The Beginning, shaped “Paradise”.


THE STORY

Your Awakening



As this primal story unfolds and you discover how legends were really born to become part of our collective subconscious, you may undergo a number of initially subtle shifts in perception. A healing presence. A longing for this to be part of your own reality. Higher incidence of synchronicity. Connection to the Greater Scheme. Whatever the experience, it will be meaningful: from calm reassurance to something infinitely more potent. And uniquely yours.

XVIII – Architects of Civilisation


“Shaping worlds to make a home
for their regenerated indigenes;
begetting new, engendered races
that can go forth and multiply."

The Book of Magres, Aeon VII, xxi. v.67


From “The Song of Gorin”, Stanzas 1655 - 1671

Y ou no doubt learned many things during the time you were in Zandernatis,” Aelaguel said to Gorin as they sat facing each other in the elegant surroundings of the Six Territories’ Residence.

“Some things,” replied Gorin. “But there must be much more I wasn’t told, or didn’t have time to learn about.”

“It was Hexard who instructed you?”

“Yes. He seems to be the only one there who really knows anything about the history of the City or how it came into being to start with.”

“He probably is. In fact we are certain of it,” said Aelaguel, with a nod of the head. “That is of course due to his great age and the extensive knowledge possessed by his father before him. He is also one of the few people in Zandernatis who has kept a mind open to the realities in which he lives. Very few have been able to preserve that all-important quality.”

“I did feel that, although it is still a very wonderful place which I could never have imagined being bettered. Until I saw Pardylis.”

“Aelaguel smiled. “It is no small wonder you should have experienced that emotion, for Zandernatis was created by us after the model of our own civilisation, best embodied here in our own city. In fact, it probably is the finest of all our works, as everything afterwards was modified to reflect the ideas and priorities of the indigenous peoples.

“Such accommodation did not apply to the Golden City. For it was created to fulfil a specific need expressed by the first generation and brought into being without any consultation. For one thing, it was the first Territorial Centre to be established, the others following much, much later. Secondly, at the time, our children could not know what they really wanted. So we created it for them as we thought best and then watched, to see what they would do with it.”

“So it was your people who created the City.”

“Of course, but you must have read that in the old records Hexard showed you.”

“I did, but in them, you were referred to as the ‘Lords’, which I took to mean… Gods…” Gorin started to rise, trembling a little, only to be reassured by Aelaguel’s smile and gently gestured invitation to stay seated and relax.

“It is so very easy to deify those who wield powers one does not understand,” said Aelaguel once Gorin had settled down again. “But our powers are certainly not ultimate. Everything is relative, and in the greater scheme of things we are but servants of higher purposes. In fact, our primary mission had already been fulfilled long before the City was created and finally severed from us, as well as from the rest of the Jurisdiction. None of which was explained to you, I imagine.”

“No, nothing was mentioned about anything before the Great Feast of the Autonomy, other than a few vague references. Hexard didn’t seem to think I needed that sort of information for my mission. My guide through the Forest and the Deserts filled in a few missing details, but even she didn’t consider it her place to reveal too much.”


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