While most Jacelotians are atheist, some still pay tribute to the old spirits of the land. The belief amongst these people is that the rain and wind is guided by the hands of finicky, eldritch forces. If someone were to act in vain, spite, or otherwise hold themself above their neighbor, the ancient energies would bring great winds to knock them back down to earth. When a prominent individual died, their legacy was judged by whether or not the spirits mourned the individualís death (expressed through the rain). Today, many disregard such superstitions.