The Splitting Tones of the Unbound Prism
Part Four in the Narrative of John of Origin
Copyright 2011 Ian Kraft
“And this is the unbound prism. Two veritable walls made of ten-foot-deep glass between which sits a strange, podium-like construction with a wooden claw shaped like it’s supposed to be holding a small orb on top of it. It was discovered in the late 1990’s in what we now believe to have once been the illustrious kingdom of Scrawljia. For the last decade and a half, archaeologists and scientists alike have been arguing over its purpose, trying to determine exactly what this apparatus was used for, but have been unable to determine anything specific. The only answer that they have is that it was possibly used for religious ceremonies.”
“Does anyone know what the writing on it there says?” asked a woman as she pointed to one of the glass walls.