BackgroundCrois family at its centre desired that power to have a deity on earth instead of Aidios, the goddess in the sky. Demiourgos guided mankind by understanding them and everything on earth, and controlling causality. At a glance it may be similar to Aureole, the Sept-Terrion of space which tirelessly fulfilled mankind's desires. Demiourgos, however, was bestowed with dignity and therefore did not make this same mistake. It possessed the wisdom and judgement to properly guide the people without further corrupting them. It would have done so, had its 'heart' not reached its limit.
Understanding and being able to guide all human personalities, actions and irrationality of the world would require 'feelings' (or empathy), like humans have. This led to a gradual deterioration of Demiougoros's 'heart' and it fell ill. Realising that at this rate it would go out of control and harm the ones it ought to protect, it decided to cease the causality of its own existence and disappear from the world.
Since its disappearance, the Crois family feared the loss of their power and dedicated themselves to creating a replacement for the centuries to follow the Great Collapse. During the 8th century, after a long period of experiments, they ultimately decided on alchemy as their method of choice and prepared a plan that would span multiple centuries to complete. They formed the D∴G Cult and entrusted it with the core, a homunculus referred to as KeA capable of containing the reborn Demiourgos. While the D∴G Cult was tasked with awakening the core, the Crois family themselves focused on banking in order to gather the financial resources necessary for the final phases of their plan.
Ultimately, their creation ended up as the Sept-Terrion of Zero (
The exact extent of this manipulation by KeA is unknown.
- In Gnosticism, Demiourgos (or Demiurge) is a heavenly being and subordinate to the Supreme Being. The Gnostic Demiourgos is considered to be the controller of the material world and antagonistic to all that is purely spiritual. Other related terms derived from Gnosticism are Gnosis and Pleroma.