Other-worlders, also known as the Tukurpa, were a group of mythological characters representing various cultures of the planet Earth, all originating from human imagination.

The main computer of the USS Enterprise defined Tukurpa as “a word used by several aboriginal peoples of Australia. It refers to the Eternal Ones of the Dream; the beings of myth, or the myth-world itself, the Eternal Dreamtime. It is also called the Altjiranga Mitjina.”

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In 2366, Deanna Troi had a series of waking dreams in which she saw several beings she called Other-worlders, but had no idea who they were or where they came from. While on the surface of the planet Rampart, a forgotten Earth colony, Troi was looking through books of literature owned by Dissenters like Gunabibi and Powell when she came across illustrations of Tezcatlipoca, Matriarch and Sekhmet, beings she’d interacted with. Troi had watched a four-hour-long virtual reality movie aboard the Enterprise, an interactive film created by cultural anthropologists Oleph and Una which featured the Other-worlders. Troi’s psyche unconsciously overreacted, triggering amnesia and waking dreams. (TNG novel: Gulliver's Fugitives)

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