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Speciation & Artifacture

Avia Empyrea in Baltic amber, from Negev. Dr. Herald Kydak maintains that even smaller specimens were found, but that the other amber shards were lost due to an "incident" that is still under investigation.

Speciation & Artifacture

An electron scan of the same specimen, right, reveals similar markings to those subcu-taneous glyphs found in the bodies of the archaeological team from the Negev.

Our 3D printers have enabled us to partially reconstruct the cranium of an unknown specimen. Unusual filaments appear to cross voids in the lateral cranial anterior.

Below is an example of another, more unusual specimen that we have attempted to print. Vyrys 3D printers are the highest resolution on the market, leading our engineers to believe that the voids and partial filaments indicate interdimensional phasing rather than gaps in the source data from our probes.

Black remains

Below, artifact taken from Gyrati/Gydeshi sites. Appears to be remains of unknown life form adorned with floral element for unknown reasons. Indication of black skeletal structure is curious.

Gydeshi and Gyrati tribes

The Gydeshi and Gyrati were two ancient tribes believed to be originated in the Middle East. While most archaeological evidence suggests this, markings have been found in South America that bear a striking resemblance to those found in the Middle East. This would seem to imply that the phenomena that inspired and/or defined these cultures were either global or at least not localized.


Most of our conclusions are drawn from mere fragments of information. Although it is easy to imagine that we have a general expertise on human history, the fact is that there is much more that we do not know than we do know. What artifacts and evidence we do have seem to suggest some kind of significant event. Glyphs and other pictographs found at culturally important sites abruptly end with depictions of Gydeshi and/or Gyrati in the presence of an unknown event involving a presently unidentified lifeform.


Not much is known about their language, although it appears that both the Gydeshi and Gyrati spoke the same language. Fragments of language indicate that it was written both horizontally and vertically, and simultaneously, such that reading left to right would indicate an order of vocalizations, while the vertical placement would seem to indicate different pitches or intonations. Genetic links between the tribes and contemporary generations of humans are presently being investigated.


The glyph below was was found at an archaeological site in the Negev. The scene apparently depicts some form of ritualistic or ceremonial event, with what appears to be a temple in the center, with an unknown tentacled entity present, perhaps some form of deity. Note the genuflecting figures on either side. Are their arms raised in praise or in fear?

It is believed that the figures on either side represent the two ancient tribes who originally split from one. The Gyrati on one side and the Gydeshi on the other, both worshiping the same deity. Or so it seems.


As with the architectural constructs that seems to fade the boundaries between sculptural form and living tissue, so too have we seen evidence of this duality with other lifeforms.

The above image was taken by a probe at an unknown location within the Shadotecture. This formerly classified image was made public after a Freedom of Information Act ruling against Vyrys. The image below was taken from the same document and has been slightly redacted.

Probes to the Shadotecture have also revealed what appear to be intelligent rivers in the "sky" as well as foliage that seem to be part fauna. In the physical universe we would ascribe such traits to the phenomenon of pareidolia but it seems, here at least, that it is more than simply humans "filling in the blanks," so to speak.

The image and detail shots below were taken in the Subject Disposal Zone. The fauna are undocumented in the physical universe.

Lacking any apparent tenticular appendage, this fauna appears to be a variation of the fossilized Avia Empyrea seen at the top of the page and also diagrammed in the Wraitheon. These creatures have also been found depicted  by FERALs in the Subject Disposal Zone, as seen below:

Unknown representation with both mechanical and biological traits.

Soul Frame


The Soul Frame is a hypothetical carriage, platform, conduit or device that would theoretically enable an entity from the spectrum of the gyral void to exist in our spectrum, albeit in a different time scale.


While archaeological evidence suggests that the ancient Gydeshi and/or Gyrati knew of such devices, Vyrys is unable to confirm they ever actually existed.

Asymmetrical Life Forms


Heretofore unseen/unknown phenomena that defy conventional description have been witnessed. In one such instance a "thing" appearing as a cross between architectural and biological forms "flew" over the Subject Disposal Zone. Without taxonomical reference we are unable to determine how the flight was propelled, and barely able to describe it: an angular form, with vertebrae and an eye on one side, "evolving" over time. Size unknown.




Our engineers have imagined that the Big Bang is actually a collision between branes, one a plane of baryonic matter and another a plane of dark matter. The collision caused the pollution of the dark brane with baryonic matter, thereby enabling the physical platform and medium for life; what we simple-mindedly call the universe.


Rather than see life as simply a byproduct, however, we see life, itself, as a new medium. One of the many results of life is human construction of countless things, both physical and mental: structural, psychological and idea-forming.


The hypothesis states that, from this, yet another new medium formed and has already interacted with another brane, in this case, what scientists now call the Shadotecture. Hence the largely indescribable "life form" described above. Because this "life" is not evolved based on our understanding of evolution relative to environment, its physical form is not determined by such.


It has completely unknown survival motivation and sentience. In the same way that we can learn about an environment by studying an animal's physiology, so too are we attempting to learn more of the Shadotecture by analyzing such asymmetrical creatures.


While grossly undefined and untested, we surmise that our thoughts literally contribute to the construction of this other reality.



Similar to teletecture (See Vyrys Architecture, bottom), but applying to "living" forms from the Shadotecture.