The Immanence of Truth is a theosophical exploration into the opportunities for enlightenment through interior architecture. It is a profoundly spiritual journey, encouraging deep meditation and reflection to assist those seeking the truth in their pursuit of a more wholesome perspective. Located at Pingualuit Crater in Northern Quebec, The Immanence of Truth harnesses the natural elements of the surrounding environment to bring forth a discrete meditative and sensory experience. Atmospheric and experiential manipulation of sound, light and locality aim to facilitate a space that may induce immanence - offering a route to an enlightened perspective. It functions as an impermanent retreat, sequentially providing tools to assist the climactic access into a divine compendium of humankind. Here, the individual can ultimately find emancipation from societal conjecture, in response to the current informational landscape filled with agenda, falsity and conspiracy.