"Nothing is lost… Everything is transformed."
Michael Ende, The Neverending Story
— The Cherubs’ Jujus —
Y’know, Caliborn and Calliope’s ‘uROBuROS’ and ‘UrobUros’ jujus COULD be Red and Green colored combinable halves of that wishing amulet from The Neverending Story.
Two mythological serpents, symmetrical, bite at the other’s tail. In the book, they form an oval, and are not intertwined. One serpent is white and one is black. Each has an eye to correspond to the color of the book’s print, red and green. It may be noted that the film version has the two snakes in an “Infinity Knot”, a kind of grief knot which looks like a more intricate variation of the figure “8” infinity symbol and another sign of ouroboros. The two snakes represent the dual nature of the two worlds, Fantasia (German: Phantásien) and Reality, but also the twin nature of their mutual creation and destruction. On the back of AURYN are these words:
"Do What You Will" (German: "Tu, was du willst").
Ultimate Riddle tie-in much??? I mean, the inscription’s practically the answer to it! :D
uu: WHEN COMBINED. THE JUJUS BECOME THE MOST MAGIC THING EVER.
uu: THEY CAN MAKE ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE. AND EVERYTHING THAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN. WILL MAGICALLY FALL INTO PLACE.