|Description||Repository of all knowledge|
|Images of Akashic Record|
Source: Planar Adventures, pg(s). 210
The Akashic Record is said to be the collection of all psychic experiences in the multiverse, providing a perfect and clear understanding of all knowledge in existence. From there, one can visually observe scenes from any moment in time, from the current moment back to the creation of the multiverse.
These scenes appear all around the observer, who can perfectly understand all communication and control the pace of events. Those observing their own lives can also choose to inhabit their body and relive the event and experience the same emotions once more. The Akashic Record's existence thus seems to negate all mysteries of the Great Beyond and conflict with the death of prophecy in the Age of Lost Omens.
Occult lore suggests that modifying the Akashic Record can change the past, but such an actor risks becoming lost in the alternative timelines of the Dimension of Time, and would earn the ire of lipika aeons, inevitables, or hounds of Tindalos.
No magic is known to provide direct travel to the Akashic Record. Some planar travellers are said to have arrived via the Dimension of Time. According to reputable occult sources, they gained access to a reading room where they could peruse a limited amount of the Akashic Record's knowledge under the supervision of lipikas.
The danava known as the Akashic Guru is said to be integral to the Akashic Record's existence. She can recall previous versions of herself from the Akashic Record, undoing all of her injuries (including death), which renders her nearly invincible. Lipika aeons keep watch over the Akashic Record and are sometimes described as its agents.
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