The Ysindhi were the first beings on Anuur, and the first to discover that their belief could shape the world around them. They folded black wings like cloaks around their secret words and whispered commands into the fabric of the ‘verse, painted sigils into the rock that let them bend the mountains to their will, and danced pale in the moonlight so the sky would know their song.
The Adénin came next, huge white wings shifting the air into whirlwinds that cut swathes in the forests for their great cities. Like day and night, the First Peoples squabbled over their magic words and the air writhed.
The Yenadi first called themsel
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"Scars can come in handy. I have one myself above my left knee that is a perfect map of the London Underground."—Prof. Albus Dumbledore
Early life becomes an exploration of invisible parameters, circles beyond circles, as one pushes out to test the boundaries of safety. There is one’s bedroom, one’s home, neighborhood, school and town, state and nation. Early on, maps become important documents – declarations of being and rights and privileges. In the art world, throughout history, maps have been a constant measure of human progress, from the Phoenecians recording their trade ro