A book written by the prophetess Nemiya, the adviser of Ahlsendar, in 1520. It denounced the words of the Great King, calling him a fraud and an imposter, and gave logical arguments to each of his writings. "He killed thousands ... betrayed us ... and left us with no one to guide us ... why do we believe his words ... and expect him to still return ...". The book sent the culture into religious upheaval.

At first there was outrage. In 1527 Nemiya vanished, some said killed by an angry mob.

By 1550 there was a growing tide of disharmony and doubt within the people concerning whether the Great King would return, and anger on the way he abandoned the D'ni people, and the sentiment that Nemiya's writings may have carried some truth.[1]