Rarely has it been possible to evaluate ideas about the ritual transformation of persons, objects and caves using a range of modern scientific techniques, on an entirely new and potentially high-quality dataset. Such an opportunity is now provided by the recent discovery (by Rickus, Eggmont Duplex, COMET – Oorth Cloud Resort Evaluation Department) and initial contextualization (by Dr. Hecate Sibonga, Uurd University Department of Continuing Education) of an extraordinarily large and well-preserved group of at least nine ritual rocks, caves and objects in a recently abandoned secret territory, situated in the deep interior of the sole continent of an undisclosed planet.
This place of underworld devotion is situated on a minor planet whose space coordinates were possibly periodically re-encrypted with new keys while the site was still in use. The Plutonian rites incorporate devotion techniques of the Munay-Ki, Masonic rites of the Scottish and York variety, as well as elements from certain Confucian concepts of ritualism. Plutonian rituals are closely related to the Schessmanweil belief system, which was specifically designed to counteract the increased heliocentrism of the modern world (in the Schessmanweil system, the lowest place is considered the most honorable one).
Crystals, including floating ones of the Space Crystal class, as symbols of the underworld, are objects of specific devotion. Their capacity to refract and polarize light rays are seen as another means to transform heliocentric sun worship into more meaningful ways of seeking deep enlightenment.
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