Millennia-old history of Aharots took place in natural conditions of home world influenced the culture and the appearance of people who chosen the path of void. Aharots developed the ability to set their consciousness against the material reality transforming zero space to another deeper form called the space of void. Consciousness becomes entirely free from penetration of ideas and their impact. Perceived reality could also be drawn into this state and be hidden beyond the visible universe. Void space is retained by volitional choice of human soul and keeps consciousness without the need to make choices and, respectively, without all the possible negative consequences of a bad choice. This volitional shield also completely cleans the space from the threat of technogenic deformation.
Void space has a dramatic effect on the life style of Aharots, their cities and even the environment. Some of them who dedicated themselves to the path of Void, are able to reach the state of imperishable masters. Servants build special mobile or stationary Void Cores and temples around masters’ bodies. Those temples can be located not only in cities, but also on board of spacecrafts. Imperishable teachers are not only protect areas from the technogenic threat, but also make it invisible for any detection. Disciples and servants gather around the temples for the protection and creation of special tunnels through the void. Infrastructure mechanisms of Aharots could exist only in these tunnels.
Servants protect temples and neophytes could make a hidden space permeable using specific mental practices. They keep consciousness in a void, focusing on a single thought allowing its penetration beyond the emptiness. Cities and even some planets are not visible on the star maps thanks to imperishable masters. A certain kind of priests responsible for govern nation policy by catching and interpreting messages received through the void from imperishable masters, physical processes in the bodies of whom are almost entirely and irreversibly stopped. Vigilance and neutral position proved Aharots as dangerous, stealth and watchful enemies.