Taurus 25. A holographic computer.
The light is forming what you were in the past. The camera is a sphere all around you which traps you in a bubble of reality. And now you hear yourself speaking, see yourself inside a round mirror in which you might hit replay to see any number of infinite surfaces, but can only guess at what lies within.
People hearing the songs of a chorus of invisible women.
One day in the Temple of Quanaan people had come to witness the rituals to celebrate the goddess Hathor, the deity who rules over sound. The astrologers had informed the priestesses that the day was highly auspicious to her energy, and so for many days before much chanting and meditation had been perfomed to purify and attune the temple for the occasion.
During the middle of the ceremonies, which were usually conducted in silence (music traditionally being played after the rituals), a chorus of invisible female voices was heard to be singing songs of great polyphonic complexity, songs that no one had ever heard, but which were of a sublime beauty and which seemed to be coming from everywhere, inundating the temple with a sea of magic sound.
Most fortunately there lived in Aab at that time a musical genuis who at the time was only 10 years old named Razathath Omir who had the ability to memorize whatever he heard and to write it down. As he was present at this particular ceremony he later recorded the complexly layered singing from memory, so that it might be performed later.
From that day onward the invisible choir of women continue to sing songs, each one different, at every ritual held in the temple, and Omir writes down all of them. He has filled many volumes with these marvelous works.