This publication is a sound piece. It is a construction of interwoven interview fragments in which three people recount transcending their perceptions of reality. The narrative oscillates between the seemingly fictive and real testimonies, forming both a coherent narrative and dissonance. This assemblage relates a fantastical and disturbing tale of esoteric and shamanic rituals, of training schools and occupation, of psychological and bodily accounts, treading a tenuous line between desire and turmoil. It poses the zealous nature of group and individual desire and its potential to dominate and compel.