A gyökerek iránti szerelem napja

The day of loving communion with roots
"Held in the Month of the Locust, which according to some researchers fell in August, while others (Günsberger, Gherle and others) contend that it was October.
The festival in the Growing City is reminiscent of our own All Saints Day, and is celebrated in deep meditation in which practically all the inhabitants take part.
An important part of the ceremony is lonely withdrawal – meditation over the roots –, which are the bringers of new life from the corpses buried below them. A significant element in the observance is the selection of the aptest root and one's approach towards it, all carried out with careful and deliberated movements; this may only be achieved after a cleansing of the body through lengthy fasting. Instances of self-burial in forest leaf-mould anf of voluntary exposure to a slow death by freezing appear, as ways of communing with the root-network.
The observers of the rite attempt to achieve between body and nature the most intimate relationship possible. Many bring the Tree into the ceremony, as a symbol of the World Axis, at the point in the ceremony which possibly refers to the creation of the world; by doing so the strength, and thus the reliability, of the World Axis is renewed.
The following day the wood has a ghostly appearance with bodies ly..."

(At this point the manuscript for reasons anknown comes to an abrupt halt. Photographic documentation is incomplete, presumably concealed.)
Ceramic fragment from the House of the Prophets
ceramic · 60 × 50 × 34 cm cm