The Great God Ka is the creator of the universe. She is the wheel of existence which imagines each of us into being. It is said that she will outlive this universe and imagine the next, creating it from whole cloth as she created this one. Luckily for us, the life of this universe is very long. A year to us is as a second in her life; she will live for thousands of years and each hundred brings a new universe.
It is the breath of Ka that brings all things to being, as she imagines them. Thus it is that most people are conceived and born and grow old to die, but some people appear full-grown from the fields. Thus it is that most mountains are in ranges across the mighty sky, but some are lone peaks in the desert. Thus many strange things are.
In this world we seek but one thing: nonexistence. We desire escape from the being, the existence that is Ka. Ka is the wheel of suffering. She is neither good nor evil, she simply is, and to cease to be is the highest calling because she wills it so.
Imagine a setting in ancient India, all played out at high speed inside an Aia who's looking for a way to reach Nirvana.