In 2300 BC, an Egyptian Pharaoh found a place he named The Cradle of Life, where we, life, began. And then he found the box, the box which brought life to Earth. The Pharaoh opened the box, but all that was left inside was the Ramante, or anti-life. The plague, which came as the companion to life. It leveled the Pharaoh's army. The Pharoh's son dispatched his finest soldier to take the box which then he transported to the end of the world.
2,000 years later, Alexander the Great reached India, where his army was ravaged by a plague after one of his man found a box around somewhere there. Alexander felt that the box was too powerful to be trusted to any man, so he returned it to its home, The Cradle of Life. It has not been seen since.
Alexander found the Cradle of Life by using a map that was with the box, a map he then hid from the world in the Luna Temple. The name he gave this map was "Mati", and the literal translation for the word "Mati" is eye.