All points in space are one. Command of this Sphere allows a Mage totranscend the constraints of space and distance.
Ahl-I-Batin / Virtual Adepts1 – Immediate Spatial Perceptions2 – Sense Space, Touch Space3 – Pierce Space, Seal Gate, Co-Locality Perception4 – Rend Space, Co-Locate Self 5 – Mutate Localities, Co-LocationCorrespondence is the magic of connections – links between Patterns that existindependent of distance and space. For example, a wedding ring links you to your spouse, even if you’re on opposite sides of the world.It may be easy to pass off Correspondence as the magic of space, but the Sphere has broader applications than that. Correspondence covers relationships between objects,links between places, distance, and ultimately the realization that distance is just anillusion.Correspondence cannot teleport a person’s heart out of their body, or the gas out of a car,without using high levels of Life or Matter as well. Correspondence doesn’t affect partsof a Pattern – it is concerned about the relationships between Patterns as a whole.
Apprentice Correspondence: Immediate Spatial Perceptions
The Mage has learned how to see space, and gained an intuitive knowledge of distancesand directions. Common effects at this point allow the Mage to feel out the contours of objects around him, to accurately know the distance to or size of an object, and sensePatterns which may be hidden to his other senses. With the right Rotes, a Mage can evendetect warps in space, teleportation signatures, gates, wormholes, and other instabilitiesin space.
Initiate Correspondence: Sense and Touch Space
You can now extend your senses with Correspondence – not only sight and sound, buttouch, smell, and taste if need be. More elaborate rituals may allow you to conduct long-distance scrying, but generally requires something connected to that place, and createsmore of a connection (and thus evidence) than most Mages care to leave. The visions of this level are vague and unclear, as well. To a lesser degree, you can also strengthen thenotion of space, making it harder for others to scry on you. You can sense space, touch it,feel it – but as of yet, not mold it, rip it, tear it, or repair it. Also, you can now combineCorrespondence with other Spheres, increasing their range of usefulness.
Disciple Correspondence: Pierce and Seal Space, Co-Locality Perception
The Mage has learned to manipulate the very fabric of space, in a clumsy fashion. Thecharacter can now open rifts in space lasting for an instant. Rather than simply sendinghis perceptions, the Mage can now send himself across space, in a limited but effective