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"The Aionomica, the Rammahgon, a dozen other mystic-sounding made-up names—the foundation of the ancient faith."
―Luke Skywalker[src]

The Rammahgon was one of the sacred Jedi texts located in the tree library carved out of an Uneti tree on Temple island on the planet Ahch-To.[5] It was written in the ancient, lost[6] Coremaic language by a Jedi known as Kli the Elder. The original Rammahgon, made from an uneti wood spine and pages, was believed to have been destroyed for over 5,000 years, until it was discovered by Luke Skywalker in the subterranean ruins on Ossus.[3]

The Rammahgon contained four different and conflicting origin stories for the cosmos and the Force, and precepts derived from them. The Fourth Precept was a poem describing gods battling in the primeval universe, and is referenced by an omniscient "eye" on the cover.[3]

The book also contained information on Sith wayfinders and several diagrams of them. It mentioned Exegol several times and even listed hyperspatial waypoints to the Sith stronghold. Other pages described deep space dangers and the Galactic Barrier.[3]

In 34 ABY, Rey discovered the tree library and Luke Skywalker explained to her what it was. In doing so, he told her the names of the books Aionomica and Rammahgon. Rey took the sacred Jedi texts, including the Rammahgon, onto the Millennium Falcon when she left Ahch-To.[5]

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The Rammahgon first appeared in the 2017 film Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi,[4] and was identified as such in it's it's novelization.[5]

In Star Wars Legends, Luke Skywalker also found ancient Jedi book in the ruins on Ossus.[7]

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