is, simply put it as, Neon Genesis Evangelion
but with the dysfunction, despair, and Kaballah and Judeo-Christian allusions replaced with transcendence and revelation, with musical imagery and Mayan lore added to the mix, and inspiration from Reideen
and science fiction literature such as The Dandelion Girl
, to produce a result that is thematically the total opposite to the bleakness of Evangelion's climax. Despite those, the series is not without its terrifying moments.
- The Mu Phase of anyone of Mulian heritage, which their blood turns blue and results in memory loss.
- Tokyo Jupiter, the barrier surrounding the town, and how it's formed. It has the ability to to slow down time inside of it to one-fifth compared to the outside time.
- Ayato killing a dolem, only to find out that Asahina was linked to it and how she dies and its results.
- Throughout the ordeal, she's desperately trying to send messages to him explaining what's happening, but he's so single-mindedly fixated on destroying the Dolem that he fails to notice, all the time believing that he's protecting her.
- In the same moment his eyes become red and glow.