Note: Observations here are purely speculative for now and should not be considered fact.
The orb room suggests that there may be a relationship with Aberoth and its solar system. There are 8 orbs, representing the common realms, that rotate counter-clockwise around a central light. There is also a shadow orb, not representing a common realm.
The shadow orb appears to complete one rotation around the candle in about 27 Aberoth days, which is suspiciously close to the length of time the Moon takes to rotate around the Earth and the length of a complete moon cycle in Aberoth. The Shadow orb is also the only orb that is intangible.
Current estimates on the amount of time it takes an orb to rotate and radius, will update this as more data is collected.
|White||387 Aberoth Days||17.3 px|
|Black||353 Aberoth Days||25.6 px|
|Green||310 Aberoth Days||33.8 px|
|Red||2,610 Aberoth Days||41.2px|
|Purple||1,536 Aberoth Days||49.5 px|
|Yellow||Has not moved yet||57.5 px|
|Cyan||Has not moved yet||65.4 px|
|Blue||Has not moved yet||73.8 px|
Considering the system has 8 planets, the colors somewhat line up with the orbs when sorted by distance from the center.
Mercury is white, Mars is red, Saturn is brown, Uranus is teal and Neptune is blue. The Earth has a substantial amount of green, but Venus and Jupiter would not be considered black and purple respectively.
Effecting on Scrolls Edit
Two or more Realm Orbs will glow when they are either aligned (have the same angle) or are directly opposite of each other (angle differs by 180°). If a Realm Orb is aligned with or directly opposite of the Shadow Orb, it will go dim. A Realm Orb will also go dim when it would be glowing, but either itself or any other Realm Orb is dimmed by the Shadow orb. Dimming therefore superseeds glow. There may be even more phenomena that have not yet been observed...
It is important to note that the orbs are floating, which means that you have to align the shadows cast by the orbs with the bottom of the central candle to test alignment. It is a mistake to test alignment by checking if the orbs themselves are in line with any part of the candle.
Assuming this is correct and based on initial data, it would suggest that White, Black and Green are the most likely scrolls to glow with others since the traverse their rotation the quickest. It would also suggest that when they align, each glow would last for a shorter duration. Since blue, cyan and yellow move at such a slow rate, one could assume that these scrolls glowing together would be rather rare, but would last for a very long time.