Nusi is a professor at an Amarr school, where he instructs his students on theological matters.
Lessons on Amarr religion
He first explained the symbol of the first men unified with God, then the symbol of man and God separate, and lastly the symbol of man and God reunified imperfectly in the manner of the Imperial Seal.
He then drew the Imperial Seal upside down and explained it as the symbol Khanid II sent to the Theology Council when asked to explain his refusal to commit suicide following Heideran VII's ascension. Nusi explained that Khanid had adopted it as the Khanid Royal Seal, though no one except Khanid himself was sure what it meant. Nusi says the Theology Council interpreted it as saying man's law is more important than God's law, thus finding it a challenge to their own authority.
Lastly, he drew an inversion of the second symbol, said it was frowned upon, and added that the only correct interpretation of it was that the Imperial Creed is part of Amarr heritage, but its future lay in the stars.
He was questioned about the existence of a sixth symbol, but declared that there was no such thing.
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