This series began with a general remembrance of ancestry but soon closed in around a particular ritual. The blue skin imagines a divinity present within these figures. Every (genderless) character carries with them a small plant in a musical box. When the moon is full, this plant is offered up and it clearly has great traditional significance; in these instances it is given, it is stolen, it is cherished, it is packed up for a journey. The series culminates in an ascension whereby one more enlightened, one who is beyond even the moon, responds to the offering with a mirror. The message aligns itself with Sufi teachings that to discover the true divine essence, one only needs to look within oneself. There is no earthly possession or activity that will bring yourself to you.