Capricorn 22. Sugar falling slowly through a giant hourglass.
The sacred mountain of Sucrah is located in the far wastes of the Northern Plains. This mysterious peak forms and disappears during a 28 day period synchronized with the Moon.
At the moment of the New Moon a stream of sugar begins falling out of the sky, and continues to do so for the next 14 days. This stream of white granules continues to fall no matter what weather conditions prevail in the area, eventually creating a massive hill that mysteriously casts no shadow.
The sugar is sweet to the taste and dissolves in the mouth but is impervious to rain, staying completely dry even in the most torrential downpours.
At the moment of the Full Moon the sugar begins to ascend in a stream back into the sky and continues to do so for the next 14 days until the mountain of sugar has disappeared, every single grain of it having been drawn back up into the sky.
Religious pilgrims have carried away over the centuries a great amount of this sugar but the mountain is never diminished, the sugar seeming to have an inexplicable way of replenishing itself. It has been found to be utterly nourishing, does not rot the teeth, and in fact pilgrims have been known to live off it solely for extended periods of time.
Serapis has written that this mountain (referred to be some as the Fountain of the Moon) is actually the bottom of an immense and invisible hourglass, and cites as proof of this that those who consume the sugar over time become increasingly freed from the power of thoughts of past and present to enslave the soul, thereby becoming eventually liberated into the joys of each passing moment.