The wind blew softly through the trees that surrounded the large ruin of an ancient temple. The stone temple's walls and pillars were chipped and crumbling, vines climbed up the few still standing, and grass and small plants peaked out from the cracks in the broken tile floor. Rays of sunlight filtered through the surrounding trees and shone onto a raised platform in the centre. On the platform was a giant alter and on top of it what would have appeared to be a statue, except for that the face was was not covered by stone. A large amber gem was located on the centre of the stone encased man's forehead and sparkled in the sunlight. The man looked to be sleeping quite peacefully. Even though the ruins looked very old, the man looked as if he had been put there yesterday. Falling leaves seemed to avoid him and the birds that flew nearby did not touch him. Students rushed out of their classrooms as the last bell of the day rang through the school. Many were eager to get outside to enjoy the rest of the afternoon, for the weather was near perfect. Not a cloud could be seen in the sky and the Sun's rays were warm and inviting. Most of the students were so lost in their thoughts or in conversation that they were oblivious to a strange hole floating in the air at the side of the school. The hole was not extremely large and not in position where most would see it. It could only be seen if one were to pass by on the bike path that led through the park. The hole was hidden by a few trees and also hard to notice because on the other side of the dimensional rip there were more trees. Once in a while though, rays of sunlight from the other side would escape from the hole and shine through to the other world. If one were to look very closely at the hole they could even catch a glimpse of the ruins on the other side or see the occasional bird fly by.