Humanoide Gestalt mit zugenähtem Mund und Stoffstreifen über dem Gesicht, die mit sechs Armen verschiedene Bücher und Schriftrollen hält
„We don’t ask questions anymore. We used to have them filling our minds with uncertainty and uneasiness. Countless thoughts and doubts, questions about life and death, the purpose of our existence.
This is what brought all of us here, to the Secret Sand Library. The idea that this one answer to the most pressing question will change our lives. And it did. But not in the way we were expecting.
You see, the human mind is not prepared for absolute knowledge. Humans are supposed to live in constant hesitation. There’s not a single thing a person can be absolutely sure of in life. That is the basis of the cognitive process, making the human mind a shifting, chameleonic instrument.
By obtaining absolute knowledge, even about the utmost insignificant thing, humans lose the ability for everlasting change. The mind becomes still, serene and slumberous. They become a part of the Library. Once in search of the perfect truth, they are now its keepers.„
Model and renders without scale by Great Grimoire