The world of Ovret Peltesh gives us a great insight into some of the qualities of Ferylemt, a quality of existence not so familiar to those of us in the linear world
On the campus of Oklahoma Panhandle State University, in front of Hughes-Strong Hall
Was a remarkable experience. Even a cake in the shape of the plaque and some beautiful singing.
Text of the Marker
In our linear world we interact with a handful of dimensions, but in Kcymaerxthaere the number is almost infinite—infinity minus 29 to be precise. Many of them are aspects of a fundamental of the universe more different from Space, Time, and Ferylemt than those three are from each other. Its name is not a word by our definition, but an actual sensation: [the feeling of being sheltered but quite exposed to a high wind]. This fundamental shaped this area with two core dimensions: one which is living as if certain of 50 more good years and the other which is living life as if there was just one more day. Because the individual who can Iive in both dimensions at the same is so rare, this quite underpopulated place was known, in the language of the surrounding realms, as Ovret Peltesh—or No Man’s Land.