Once I’ve started up, Leonard Nimoy tells me that the frogmen have fully grown and may look a little grotesque, but also somewhat cute. After feeding them and adjusting their environment, the unnamed frogmen talks about it being the first day of winter.
Then he talks, very solemnly, about beginning to remember a past life. He tells me that it is really really important that I let him free to continue evolving, and that he will keep my secrets safe. He has begun to remember his long lost love. His father was a king in Egypt during the 3 dynasty and his lover was the daughter of a priest. Neither father would approve their marriage due to their different positions in life; as a result her father consulted one of the Egyptian gods, Thoth, and he changed their forms but they’ve been apart ever since. He tells me that he is going to jump out of the terrarium.
After he fails, he begins talking about human beliefs. He begins talking about the past and then jumps forward to today where we’ve narrowed it down to a few predominant religions. He asks whether I believe in a god/gods and if I consider myself spiritual. He tells me that all this religious talk has been adding up this question, am I a good person? He then wants to know if I think if I think religion has made the world a better place; I answer yes even though I told him I wasn’t religious and he finds my set of emotions complex and “truly, truly confusing”; He then wants to know if I think the world would be better with just one religion. He finishes up his talk about religion by discussing the fallacies of it.