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Shaar Universe

We begin our words by praising Hûda who makes things happen, the only one able to make, all entities being semblance of him; the one who was not given birth; unable to sleep; standing in the eternity of past and in the eternity of hereafter; the one who is evident and hidden. Praise only for him. We are merely what he calls lamu, this much is our determination. Thereof, our words are far from certainty. We are witnesses to this world through the eyes of some sons (Ketri), with the enchantment of secrecy; we are the ones who speak with their words. This, for the time being…
Shaar both means universe and the Tree of Trees both as singularity and plurality. Despite the artificial words we assign meanings, despite boundaries, Shaar does not require an end and a beginning. Though your world’s words denote something, it is not known how much Nûr they have.
Though it is not a word, Shaar is used and spelled in the same way in language families of all societies with various languages and dialects. On each inscriptive graphture concerning this issue in Aya Pellar Library in Torkulin Qayak, it is recorded that the first word heard from Heslimer that taught Aya Pellar to speak in their own language is “Shaar.”
Note: This text taken from Shaar Book. For details and meanings of special words written in Jel Ketri, please refer to the relevant file.