Torn to pieces by the giants of Bacchus, but this is not a reason to stop the fun. A terrible death befell a stranger, and some claim that it was not God, but in general - a goat! And there are rumors that Athena gathered Bacchus in pieces and revived Apollo in the laboratory, who was late, but came accompanied by her sister, the hunter Artemis. Artemis's formidable bow, casually thrown by her onto the unicorn's horn, sneaks shag Eros, replacing him with his toy, designed to hit the hearts of lovers. This once again threatens to change the course of the play, and hence the course of history, since the action takes place on the Sacred Mountain Meru, known to us from the Vedas. Towards the end of the play, it becomes clear that the main character, unfolding on the Earth of tragicomedy, is Mother Gaia, that is, the Earth itself. She did not come to the ball, because under the cover of night she is looking for the grass of immortality, hoping to preserve the ancient forms of life and thereby ensure the balance of forces necessary to prevent devastating wars. So through fiction and fiction, modernity comes through with its quests and uncertainty about the future.