A myth, or a promise
One shall be ended, and thus bring about the end. In turn, the new beginning shall commence, only to once more be ended by the return of the One.He'an stands out from the rest of the God-husks -- not only in reality, but also in myth. Some of the most popular stories and legends told by citizens all across Cathedris are about He'an; many talk of He'an when they were alive, while others refer to what would happen to the favoured god in the end. One of the most talked about legends is the legend of He'an's Return, which states that though He'an now resides in space, that is not their final resting place -- one day, He'an will return to the planet, and bring about a new change once more.
The RescuistsBecause of the large amount of varying theories and stories of He'an, and because the God-husk is locked in space where it's harder to observe them, followers of He'an have fractured into two main groups. The largest of the two groups, the Rescuists, follow the legend of He'an's Return above all else.
Supporting DataThe Comprilith is a mythical tower, built eons ago by the gods of space, knowledge, and time. It contains secrets from the present, past, and future -- including tales of He'an and the prophecies surrounding them.
Strangely, stories and information can be found that both support, and debunk, the theory of He'an's return. While some tales found in the Comprilith may spell out steps for their return to Cathedris, others detail the many reasons why space is the natural and fitting location for the God-husk.