Picture yourself a faraway galaxy. So far away from us that, even if one day we discovered it, we would give it a weird name like QSX-9242. Well, that insignificant galaxy -from our point of view- was the birthplace of a thriving place: the Solan system.
The Solan system formed when the shockwaves from a supernova crashed with an enormous cloud of cosmic dust, grouping it into bigger and bigger clusters, which ultimately became the star and its planets.
One of the original planets of the Solan System was called Lana, which had a tiny moon made of pure crystal, called MoonLana. The Lana planet was a sacred place full of life and harmony. Unfortunately, one fateful day, this planet was destroyed by a strange meteorite, and MoonLana took its place around the Solan star.
As mentioned before, MoonLana, unlike the rocky planet Lana, was made of pure crystal. Moreover, sitting at an adequate distance from the Solan star, it developed its own kind of living beings in a unique, marvelous way: its translucent surface accumulated light, which acted as the primordial soup for MoonLana’s life. Having said that, it is only natural that MoonLana’s life was based not on carbon as earthly life is, but on photons: the particles that compose light.
MoonLana’s life, although light-based, evolved in a pretty similar way than life on earth: simple light-beings began evolving, forming symbiotic relationships with one another, adding layers of complexity until consciousness finally touched the planet’s surface: the Mola species was born.
The Mola were different from other light-beings in MoonLana’s surface. Sure, some ancient v-light-c-raptors could bend spacetime at their will to travel faster than light, and some soltrees (which stored energy via crystal-synthesis) were the most efficient powehouses ever available, but the Mola had a unique trait that distinguished them from all the other light-beings: an enormous curiosity to understand the Universe. This trait was both their greatest gift, and heaviest cross. Nevertheless, it was fundamental for the birth of the Mola Civilization…
The collective vision that was revealed to me ends here, but it keeps me wondering: is there a connection between the meteorite that destroyed Lana and the meteorite that, eons later, destroyed the crystal left behind by the Mola civilization? If so, what is it? What kind of life lived in the Lana planet before it was destroyed? What other secrets do MoonLana and the Mola civilization hold? Hopefully we’ll get some answers in future revelations…