There is abundant literature on a long-gone race of Travellers who aledgedly roamed the universe. Complex ceremonies have been well documented: Day of the Dead, Sacred city of Tlalpan. Travellers 106 et al.
Some sat idly in the street. Traveller 107. Paris.
Possible representation of Quasimodo and Esmeralda. Travellers 108 &109. Sacred city of Tlalpan, Mexico.
Many talked alone. Traveller 110, Art expo (early 2020), Mexico city.
Mothers kept a close eye on their cubs. Traveller 111. Paris.
It is rumoured they had X-ray vision. That Art expo in Mexico is said to be one of their last documented moments of social gathering. Traveller 112.
Robocop was one of their major Gods… The Vestals wore black skimpy shorts. Travellers 112 to 115. Sacred city of Tlalpan.
Scholars never agree. It is one of their universal traits. Some claim the Travellers had X-ray vision (see above), others say they were colour-blind. There is some consensus that they used square or rectangular talismans to communicate with the Gods. Many slept with them. The talismans. Not the Gods. Though again others claim they did. Travellers 116 and 117. Saint-Andrew-of-the-arts street, London. (Only a few authors argue that it is Paris)
Many wore elaborate ceremonial garb. Mexico city. Traveller 118.
Females were reportedly more versatile than men in their attire. (Though some historians claim it is a gender-biased view). Travellers 119 & 120. Paris.
Sacrificial make-up was common. Sacred city of Tlalpan. Travellers 121 & 122.
A handful claim they ate animals. A disgusting thought. This particular scene was taken in the mythical city of Paris (Many doubt the very existence of the city) on the Rue de la Huchette, towards the Temple of Saint-Séverin. Traveller 123.
Travellers often took votive images of themselves in sacred places. In this case, turning her back – out of respect – to the sacred river (Seine). Traveller 124.
One can recognize, to the right, two minor Gods of their Pantheon, Esmeralda and Quasimodo. (Already featured above). Unidentified Travellers to the left.
Dr X-Ma et al. have published a series of articles in which they postulate that Travellers disappeared in underground systems leading to the centre of their planet. The systems were called “Tubes”. Frank Herbert argues that the “Tubes” were dug up by gigantic worms. (See the Dune Encyclopedia). Traveller 125.
Traveller 115 (already shown above) displays a curious shade of hair called “Blonde”. Spelling differs according to authors. Some hypothesize “Blonde” (or “Blond”), was an artificial colour painted on the skull hair (Weird, I know) for unknown purposes.
We still don’t know the meaning of many of their rituals. This is possibly the Dance of the Dead in the Sacred city of Tlalpan. Travellers 126 to 130 plus change. We lack a definite, final count of voters. I mean Travellers.
Travellers disappeared for unknown reasons. Some mention wars. They were an extremely violent people. Some say they were substituted by a race of giants as shown in the above picture… More research funding and grants are needed.
Captain and crew of Equinoxio Time-Space shuttle thank you for travelling with us. We are sorry to report that this the last series of Travellers. Our image stock has dried out. Travellers have simply disappeared.