In August of 2016, another article covered the Library of Akash where the records of Zion are housed. Some records, those that are active, can be found in the smaller libraries of the orders in which the guardians charged with their upkeep and protection are located. The records mostly contain the dharma of souls or duta. Some records pertain to administration, history, research, and the like.
The technology of record keeping appears to be low tech, but is far from it. While one may observe guardians scrawling the tales of their assigns in the pages of a journal book, there is much more going on. The journals, when entries are made, take the handwritten words and turn them into clear type. This keeps the entries legible for everyone. The journals have leafs like any other book, but are essentially computer archives. Diagrams, illustrations, and other visual items become image files, some of which may be video. Such items are downloaded from the guardian’s penannular or lifted from the atman’s memory core and copied into the record.
The point of having guardians maintain the record is to achieve accuracy in the record. Guardians care very much for their assigns, but will not falsify a record on their behalf. Indeed, there are instances where this might happen, but the council to which the guardian reports and with which the assign plans their dharma reviews the record. Any inconsistencies or falsifications will be found and dealt with as appropriate.
Once a soul or duta rise, the journal for that section of their path will be turned over to the Sisters of Akash for their safekeeping. The record can be accessed at any time by the council or guardian who worked on the dharma, as well as the atman in question (person who rose). Under special circumstances, the council may send an outside operative to review the record. In these cases, Watchers are employed.
The records of Akash, as well as the unfinished dharmic records, can be compared with the past via the Akash kapalanum. This device is another way in which historical records are maintained. It downloads the records from the journals as well as the atman to which that record belongs. Inconsistencies will create an error notification that is sent to the council. The journal would not be corrected, although the kapalanum record would be corrected as soon as the issue is found. In the journal, the incorrect information would be moved to an endnote and the record corrected after an inquest.
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