Long before any knew of magic, People would stare up at the sky, ogling their great sentinel of a sister planet, Attempting to comprehend it’s unimaginable size. Some still know of ancestors that witnessed the moment when their moons became no more.
The remnants of the moons still swirl around the planets today, caught in a laminar flow that aligns them twice a year. Noting the opportunity, great magitechnicians set about binding the fragments with sympathetic totems, magical amplifiers. Teleportation was no easy feat – luckily for them, by the time they made it halfway trough the stream of rock, they came up against the same exact efforts from the other side.