The python GedCom parser is maintained by Brigham Young University, The Mormon Church being famously obsessed with genealogy and the retroactive baptism of the dead. I wonder if its something I should engage with. Do cloaked figures need to be chased away from cenotaphs before they baptize my ancestors into an unfamiliar faith? To complicate things, I’ve realized that my paternal grandfather Red, who I never knew, converted to Mormonism late in life after abandoning my father’s family for a younger mormon woman.
Also today thinking about friends who i am not directly related to but who might need a cenotaph. I think that there could be hidden cracks in rooms that portal you to people outside of your family tree, like slipping into the cracks in sneek ‘n peek. fast travel through a labyrinth too vast to traverse