Second album release from the PYLAR collective that offers their particular adaptation of the epic poem contained in the famous Libyan tablets of Anat. Specifically those verses that tell the journey of the Triple Goddess from East to West. An anamnestic trip whose narrative fund would be the arrival of the Phoenician culture to the Atlantic territory around the tenth century BC . The album, consisting of a single track , proposes the listener the chance to relive an episode of more than three thousand years ago, which highlights the backdrop of tensions between a way of perceiving the world embodied by the Triple Goddess and the worldview of the burgeoning solar gods that would eventually displace. We are facing a new demonstration in which PYLAR returns to bend the linear time creating another point of liminal time through the correct use of different layers of symbolism that will show along with listens and contemplation.