|The surviving Aquarians|
From the writings of Pontifex the priest about the mythos of "The Odyssey of the Aquarians Part 4 - The Coast":
"How many brave men Poseidon has taken to himself,
mourned by those who are led to this foreign coast,
their feet now touch for the first time.
Where they are, no one can say, because no wise man has
survived storms wrath and the number of men has decreased
on only one of five brave and few enough in number.
And Spirios is standing there and breathes, remembers the Nereids
tears, but does not see, that the wheel of fate continues
to rotate and not all tests have yet been passed.
On this hard and stony coast they stand and look
on this stange and empty wide country, until they dare to go
and search their destiny's path."