Yota is a temporary monument designed by Louis De Cordier, to be placed at high vibrational places. Accounting the ancient Egyptian views of the obelisk by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher as the digitus solis, or "finger of the sun". The structure is inspired on the buckytube, named after the practical philosopher R. Buckminster Fuller, who developed the geodesic dome principle based upon the idea of "doing more with less." This method created the lightest, strongest, and most cost-effective structures ever devised, becoming proportionally lighter and stronger the larger it is. The obelisk, called tejen in the sacred language of the ancient Egyptians, was a term, which was synonymous with "protection" or "defense." The needle of stone had the function of perforating the clouds and dispersing negative forces that always threaten to accumulate, in the form of visible storms or invisible ones, and was placed at the temple as a symbol of a petrified cosmic ray.