13 days have past. I have been able to really pick up the scent of my Great Grandfather’s thoughts and theories from his journal. It is quite interesting what I have began to piece together. RedCloud’s desire to get into Astrana was truly in the right direction. I have been able to really dive into a great amount of information here. I was able to find information in relations to Kiva and the Rahnukate amongst other important things. The more answers I find the more questions I have. This seems like a never ending series of questions. But what is really strange is the crazy dreams I have been having as of late. It seems the further I progress the more these the more dreams reveal. First it was clouds and a seemingly endless wasteland. A storm brewing and then being struck by lightning awakening from the dream. If there was ever sign that something big was coming there it is. But the only way for me to find out is to make sense of these dreams is to first make sense of the surrounding mysteries of the Sharum. Who were the Sharum? What happened to the Sharum? How are the Rahnukate and Orcs tied into this? Does this tie into Cydonia? If so, how? Some believe that what I am doing is nonsense. That the Sharum are the Ma’Aleki. And there is no point. But what truths are we missing from this puzzle? Is this a separate puzzle, or is it all connected over several millenniums? But that is me trying to think too far ahead. First I have to see what I have in front of me. Pieces to a puzzle. Different perspectives all trying to tell the same story? Or reveal the same picture? I have to make sure that I don’t over look anything. But my mind needs time to process and run possibilities. Roth has always suggested that look for the function, the reason. Approach these hidden truths the same way I approach my devices. Headmaster Sorenos has always seem to let me just work through my own process. Every now and a again he will engage me with conversation to allow me consider my thoughts differently. I will see what more I can do in the library and in my flat before heading to the Headmaster.