Man in the Moon

It has been postulated that the Ancients saw a face in the moon's disk, and the "Man in the Moon" appeared as a character in numerous legends and children's stories, often as a bogle to frighten them into obedience, but sometimes as a manifestation of the Raggedy Man in his character as secret ally.

In one of these tales, discovered in a section of the archives containing little more than scraps — some of whose inscriptions are only a few words long — the Man in the Moon was a Great Criminal, whose punishment was to wander the sky forever, never to find a home.