This massive pectoral appears to be an armour used in combat but is in fact a symbol of power and distinction reserved only for a capable lunar shaman. It reveals some of the anthropological complexities from the first civilisation on the Moon. In a world dominated by extremely harsh life conditions, humans turned to the vastness of the universe and their own spiritual realm as a mechanism to transcend the absence of life on the Moon. In an existence dominated by rigorous technological dependence and artificial nature, a new coming of shamanic practices fostered a greater connection to the cosmos and a deeper appreciation of the essential human dimension. Lunar inhabitants considerably expanded their knowledge of the universe, but at the same time acquired a greater understanding of the ethical challenges inherent in the conquest of celestial bodies. Only a handful of individuals that showed an ability to serve as a bridge between humans and the cosmic gods were endorsed with the responsibility of conducting important rituals at the Moon Temple and delivering valuable oracles. Their loyalty to the wellbeing of the community and their spiritual vocation was unquestionable.