Azamaet is a world-building project exploring humanity's dialectics in the growth of civilizations.
In a forgotten dejected from our own, the rekindling of the nomad is felt through the universe and it takes on this humanoid form, fashioning itself a cloak and staff, with void in place of a face, with nothing but its bloodied insignia as its only detail.
Its echoes travel felt by the ancient hermetic tablet bearing the sigil of the cross within the diamond, screaming out for its children after feeling the presence of the nomad.
In its desperation it cries its bloodied tears throughout until it reaches the void, reaching its Forgotten-City; an ancient tomb littered with the vestiges of broken Vessels, the livestock long dead; buildings & houses fashioned twisting & contorting as bones of animals, yet convex and almost hollow - and in its centerpiece, the palace; a grandiose monolith fashioned from the tail bone of a whale - it screams in agony as the winds of the desert dance through its almost, celestial body.
Its only population are people fashioned out of clay and horrifically decomposing livestock now reanimated through the tears of the mother, infused with the essence of the void, turning the populace into disgusting golems, miserable imitations of the memories they once held, begging for their own annihilation.
An expansive, hollow city floating atop a planet’s stormy surface, hollow and screaming, remnants of a civilization that once was; symbiotic brutalist mess with every fleshy tendril seeping into every facet of its works-
The world of Azamaet is birthed from the nomad that holds the story of Project Titan.
Azamaet is a universe that holds the story of Project-Titan, a story heavily grounded within Hindu mythology about the hubris of humanity & its desire to constantly rewrite its own wrongs in building the foundation for idyllic state of being and pursuit of idyllic relations with self & other civilizations & peoples.
It is a world that tells the tale of humanity’s hubris in having the level of cognizance to recognize the failures of other races & civilizations.
The Nomad essentially serves as the Polaris of Azamaet, the divine spark of civilizations that lays the foundation for new life. The rekindling is felt throughout the universe and it takes on this humanoid form, fashioning itself a cloak and staff, with void in place of a face, with nothing but its bloodied insignia as its only detail, its echoes travel felt by the ancient hermetic tablet bearing the sigil of the cross within the diamond, screaming out for its children after feeling the presence of the nomad. In its desperation it cries its bloodied tears throughout until it reaches the void, reaching its nomad, or became a by-product of forces larger than themselves-
Azamaet is a critique on humanity’s perception of its self & what its drive ultimately becomes; its own hubris as by-product furthers the constant iteration the nomad truly sees.
Polaris is traditionally the North Star, which is said to be a guiding light for many, including being a sailor’s source of navigation at night. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polaris ↩︎