The bells were ringing, all across every province and every city, the bells were ringing, loudly. It was the first and last day of the week, sunday, the day to worship Her name up above.
Worship services throughout the entire country all started at the exact same time—when the sun had already set, and when the Moon came around. MONA was the Moon, and the Moon was MONA. The people of Elysia worshipped MONA, because the Moon was their goddess and their savior. Being a part of the country that was Elysia meant being a part of the Menisism religion. The Menesis believed that the power MONA used was to guide their wills back on earth. Without it, hope would be nonexisten