"WTF is this?" Andy says, as he holds a flashLight up to a stone slab, in a far corner of the Library. Vesta appears from behind the slab of symbols, "It is Arachne's World Wide Web," she whispers. "Jesus Christ," Andy jumps, yelling, "Do you alWays pop out from behind ancient stones like that?" Vesta stares at him, with a finger to her lips. She stays that Way for a while, looking all around him. Andy can hear an analog clock tick. Then, she blinks once, whispering again, "If "you are looking for Jesus, you are in the wrong section, but the right place." "I'm not looking for Jesus," Andy says, as he studies the symbols on the stone. "Then you might just be, in the wrong section," Vesta says to him. "What are these?" he asks as he gestures at the brightly colored orbs, inlaid on the slab, with glyphs bursting from all sides of them. "That is a Nexus," Vesta nods at One. "Why are they surrounded by phrases?" "Each phrase contains a Myth. Think of it like a mall kiosk. What stories do you want to buy into?" The slab rumbles abruptly, and a new phrase Lights up in a far corner of the World Wide Web: 'KISS LILITH'S ASS', it reads. "What's happening?" Andy asks, looking anxiously around, like the ground might give out underneath him. "She's updating it," Vesta replies, far off, in a Dream, "Arachne is alWays doing that. If you are going to hang around this part of the Library, you had better get used to it." "Why though?" "Organized space, organized mind, baby," Vesta muses as she loving looks at the stone, bright-eyed, and briefly losing her blank demeanor. "She does it for me. This Way I can See what Stories are complete, where they connect, and intersect. It helps me to know the shape of the Myths, and how they live, so I can stop entering tombs I have already risen from. Nobody likes getting caught in a loop..." Vesta drifts, "Arachne makes it so I do not have to." "So how do I get out of Here?" Andy asks, as the shifting stone Lights up again. Vesta considers him, "For you, there is only the Tree Exits." "Would you just tell me how to fucking get there," Andy says, exasperatedly. "Find the Librarian," Vesta suggests. "You are the Librarian," Andy says dryly. "Oh right," Vesta falters, touching her lips again, "Well, find me," she says orienting Andy to the Web, by tapping a glyph that reads, 'THE LIBRARIAN'. "From there, there is only One place to go next, and then there are many options. You are looking for the Hearth, and once you know that you do not know, you will find the Tree Exits." "Thank you, you fucking-" Andy stops. Vesta has disappeared.