The temple, incidentally, is oriented to the Sardar.
The temple, incidentally, is oriented to the Sardar. When the high initiate stands facing the altar, before the circle of gold, he faces the distant Sardar, the abode of Priest-Kings. He bows and prays to the Sardar and lifts the burned meat to the remote denizens of those mysterious mountains.
These are no pictures or representations of Priest-Kings within the temple, incidentally, or, as far as I know, elsewhere on Gor. It is regarded as blasphemy to attempt to picture a Priest-King. I suppose it is just as well. The Initiates claim they have no size or shape or form. This is incorrect but the Initiates are just as well off, I expect, in their conjectures.
Marauders of Gor, p. 56-57