In the lands of Komoru, where the waters gently sing, there came a man of humble
birth, which many came to love; for he was good and deeply wise, bearing in his soul
that deeper knowledge which all could feel, having in his eyes a certain light which
all could plainly see.
Summary: The city of Komoru was located on the mortal world of Terralee, where the
great teacher Noaeya was recognized as the reincarnation of Father Adamilus and leader
of the second dispensation (4:10:1 — 4:12:66).
Now there entered the city of Komoru a good and gracious man, being called himself,
Noaeya the son of Kishkah; and all which came to know him found in him a man of love
and gentle laughter, being in his soul touched by a deep and happy calm.
4th Endowment 10:7
Then did Noaeya turn himself to leave, and there followed after him the magistrate,
and with the magistrate came also one third of all the rulers; and for two score
and seven years did Noaeya teach in the regions of Komoru, Besoree, Aconah, Cyrenne