Their short story, as told by themselves, is as follows:
Around 100 Earth-years ago, Agdluak left the Karnimata home world. Their first 40 years were spent traveling between brains with the hopes of ending up in a host who themselves was an adventurer and explorer. Agdluak only had interest in observing few subjects and preferably until the end of their lives and these subjects had to be filled with an immutable drive to travel across as much as the Known Universe as possible. They dreamed of finding out more of their own species' drive to explore through the unique experience of individuals of other species with that same drive who also put it into practice.
40 years of searching and romanticizing an outcome caused Agdluak to jump on the opportunity when the option to move into the brain of an exploring space astronaut crossed their path. According to their own words, they failed to see any clear signs that predicted the predicament they currently find themselves in. Additionally the event is so unlikely that most anyone in their position might have done the same had they been looking with less romanticism after the same kind of subject.
Only shortly after Agdluak moved into the brain of the exploring space astronaut, did they get irreparably lost. Since that time, being more than 50 years ago, the astronaut and therefore also Agdluak, have had no physical nor visual contact with any other living being. According to Agdluak, the astronaut became increasingly quirky and annoying as their loneliness increased steadily and Agdluak themselves became increasingly frustrated. It was because of this frustration that they began to open up their verbal communication channels to species other than their own. In the beginning Agdluak was transmitting information over what they found most frustrating about the astronaut's behavior. Soon they named the astronaut The Lonely Astronaut and began weaving their travels and experiences into a myth. It was at this point that other species slowly began to understand Agdluak's transmissions and because nobody could point who from what species was sending these transmissions, nor where exactly the Lonely Astronaut was located, they quickly became very popular figures in media culture. Their popularity was further increased when Agdluak left hints of where the Lonely Astronaut had left evidence of their existence and these were discovered by media professionals, scientists such as our very own Dr. Prof. Kazimierz Maupa, hobby explorers and long distance transports that were sent on detours by their contractors or the wealthy paying the contractors, in order to find such evidences. The evidence mostly consists of obscure poems but also included bits of space-suit, a lost tool, pieces of space ship, their trash, journal entries and more obscure items that have mostly found their way into private collections.
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