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Posted by: quale1 on Sep 8, 2009 at 07:01:43 PM
Multiple times in Leuknoq's history graybeards of various cultures and ages have discovered the occult, metaphysical importance of numbers and their relations for the practitioners of the arcane arts. Among numerous magical traditions, in a rough manner, there can be discerned three schools of thought, three interpretations of the most fundamental patterns of existence. The first one belongs to serpentine, reptillian, draconic and avian perceptions of magic, the second to fey sorcery and other animistic rituals of the spirits, and the last one to the humanoid understandings of wizardry, relationships with gods, and psionics. During ritual castings arcanists use the sacred numbers, geometries and ratios of their traditions for the construction of magic circles, wards, spell-matrices, and...
Posted by: quale1 on Sep 8, 2009 at 09:12:02 AM
Are there many worlds or one only? For if in the original there had been more than one they would have been the parts of a third, which would have been the true pattern of the world; and therefore there is, and will ever be, but one created world. - Timaeut, Cimbaran aspirant-philosopher from the early Age of the Fifth Sun.
The world of Leuknoq is the innermost reality among the material mortal dimensions. It exists at the joining of the elemental worlds, balancing their own spiritual energies and anchoring its own mental potential. The word itself comes from Imayauri arcanists, the voidshifters, representing both the light and the dark entangled in a knot.
Leuknoq's position among the three planes of matter, Derrwom (the Cosmic Tree), Serphala (the Serpentine Helix) and Scyrnel...