Ja'vahre'ghannat'velhi'ghe'ma'rhi – before the tearing of the Colour.
Mhun'syr'nan'dhu and Nhu'snyr'nal'gho – after the tearing of the Colour.
Spherical geocentric system.
Swiat – planet.
Lyuna – Swiat's natural, crystal satellite.
Serapion – star.
Hyob – awoken and separated from the planet Swiat.
Lyuna – awoken and separated from the moon Lyuna.
Serapion – awoken and separated from the star Serapion.
Historical Images of the Swiat
The First Image – since the creation of the Swiat, until the tearing of the Colour.
The Second Image – since the tearing of the Colour, until the annihilation of the first human race.
The Third Image – since the creation of the second human race.
1 Serapion – from Serapion's appearing to reappearing.
1 Lyuna – from Lyuna's appearing to reappearing.
1 Period – 40 Serapions / 72 Lyunas.
1 Interval – 16 Periods.
(adjective) Serapion / Lyuna – one hundred Intervals, an epoch; its name is given to it depending on which of the heavenly bodies reigns in the sky at the begining of the first Interval of the new epoch and on their appearance, for example: Turquoise Lyuna, Rusty Serapion. The name of each epoch is determined by the scientist from the Swiat's oldest observatory, Observatory of the Day and Night.
Image of the Swiat – period of time which starts and ends with a global event that has a drastic impact on the shape of the Colour.
1. Anonha9. Keewra
Unakhyt – time of awakening (Periods 1-4).
Fhuksyt – time of ripening (Periods 5-8).
Mhocait – time of harvest (Periods 9-12).
Larimhar – time of sleep (Periods 13-16).
– The light generated by the Serapion is slightly hued by a warm golden colour, which is why a pure white colour in the Colour does not exist. Its closest colour counterpart in nature is referred to as 'almost white'.
– The light generated by the Serapion provides the heat evenly over the entire Swiat, so there are no areas permanently covered with ice on the planet.
– The Swiat's axis is perfectly vertical, and the climatic periods occurring on the planet are caused by the pulse of the Serapion, which regularly generates more or less solar energy.
– Planet Swiat, moon Lyuna and star Serapion are perfectly round.
– Planet Swiat is still.
– The Serapion circulates around the Swiat in a perfectly circular orbit.
– The Lyuna circulates around the Swiat in a perfectly circular orbit.
– The Serapion and the Lyuna circulates around the Swiat in opposite directions, which leads to frequent eclipses of the star.
– The Lyuna's surface is completely marked by deep craters, although asteroids etc. do not occur in the space.
Titles placed in this Colour
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