There exists a complex on the dark side of the moon known as the Anti-Holocompactor, which houses immortal humans from a lost world. Zolan, a neurotic, albeit successful man in his mid-twenties from the country of Cyclopea, comes to intimately know a one hundred year old defector, Hemp, from the INFINiTECH corporation, as well as Rovanna, a medically dead young woman. She mysteriously crash-landed upon Hemp’s territory in an astonishingly advanced extraterrestrial craft. Hemp is determined to transplant a perfectly replicated version of Rovanna’s brain back into her, and cure her fatally broken body.
In the world of Daemios, a colossal organic being called The Draimoniad—which, among other things, functions as an Anti-Holocompactor—is used to transfer human consciousness from other worlds. Its ruler and chief engineer, Dzielmun, is a biotechnology-sustained seven thousand year old being. Daemios teems with cybernetically modified humanoids and bizarre megalithic structures, which collectively augment the technological means by which he preserves himself.
The Earthlings, Dzielmun, along with his twisted protege from the world of Eoros, Lehvan, and the Anti-Holocompactor dwellers comprise but one layer of a multi-world, multi-dimensional web of events that interconnect the Book of Genesis account, the fundamental nature and future of humanity, as well as the fates of other worlds that have been involved with Earthly civilization all along... to name but a few elements of climactic significance.