May your home be filled with laughter,
May your pockets be filled with gold,
And may you have all the happiness your heart can hold.
-- Have a happy and safe St. Patrick's Day! --
One last repost, now featuring two Aesthetic Exoskeletons adrift in the hyperfluid starfield which is The Firmament. An Aesthetic Exoskeleton is the augmented avatar you empty your Water Memory into before embarking on any esoteric excursions, as players pour out from the mouth of the Prosopon.
The "Marble-Mobile" chilling on a frosty Sephirot Sphere in subaquatic space. Your artistic automobile will be used by Strata Statues when traversing interstellar locations outside of the Soul Solvent Sanctuary which is The Prosopon. It can shoot streams of solvent from its turrets, propel itself upwards with liquid lift expulsions, and even dissolve into thin air as a permanent alternative to invisibility.
This Sephirot Sphere is from our second Water Memory World, Tech Heaven, where you are called to fuse psyches with a technological cultist whose Internal Effigies explain the theological philosophies & scientific principles behind the process of the Perfect Year Project.
The tech-cultist's mind functions much like an artifical neural network, and the level itself is made up of a series of synced Sephirot Spheres that eventually go on to form a symbolic superstructure set to resemble the Kaballah Tree of Life, which the player will ascend sphere by sphere to reach technological Nirvana.
Our extropianist representation of this ancient Judaic ideal is but one of the many theological themes discussed in Tech Heaven, as each Sephirot Sphere will encircle a sci-fi allegory for an idea or deity from a different religion or classical science. As science and theology intertwines, the player will see visions of different gods realized through use of the Strata Society's Pseudo-Tech.
The synthetic purpose of Tech-Heaven is to propose the future realization of religious reveries through the use of scientific progress, a possibility proposed by certain Transhumanist groups such as the Turing Church.