The Great Labor is a childbirth and a drama. There is a strong case to be made that everything in the world is completely determined, effectively eternal. This is the external view of evolution. But we know just as well that we are able to take part in a process, we are able to live inside, rather than outside, of evolution. On the inside, there is a dramatic structure - acts, scenes, stages and motives. We are astonished, make decisions, take responsibility for consequences. It all seems to be leading towards something, a final symbol that will be a capstone for the whole process, that will make sense of everything that has happened. The placeholder for this symbol is the vision of Ololon giving birth to the Meek King.