Not sure what to call this magic system, but here goes. Humans are limited beings. They are incapable of truly perceiving the world, instead interpreting it as objects, other people, animals etc. Some people have the ability to ‘shift’ their perspective of the world to a slightly more accurate one, seeing the atomic structures that make up reality. They perceive the world as an infinite desert of sorts, beneath an empty black sky alive with whirling, writhing threads of gold. Time slows, and centuries in there equal a few minutes in ours. People who enter it can build virtually anything from the sand, and bring it into our view. This allows them to seemingly create something from nothing. Rules: It takes a lot of effort to do this. Imagine working for days, molding sand with your bare hands just to make a dining room table and two chairs. You can’t destroy anything from reality, although you can add to it. If you ‘bring’ a person or object it will look like a grey statue of hard clay. You can move it around, but that will have no effect on reality. If you want a permanent construct, you need training and practice. Even more so if you want to create a living thing. You can build living things, but said items will be inedible and taste like ozone if you try to eat it. You can’t sleep in this realm, although you won’t get ‘tired’ necessarily. That can have an effect on your mind. Communication is possible through this realm. Towering spires denote meeting places, and are left in place. Cooperation on a project can be done, but it requires all participants to bring it back to our world. What do you think? And what should I call this place and people who can access it? Also, how would this affect a society?