This was fast becoming a pattern, and Helena was silently cursing the Seal. This was too much of a change, and it was more than a struggle to keep herself held together. Digging in her heels, so to speak, Helena did her best to keep herself composed on focused on what she needed to do. Which was explain this place to Myka. At least she could do that. It was a subject she could handle. But she was not having the conversation of what happened in their world as Helena knew it. She'd all ready had to give that talk to Claudia and it had been one of the most difficult conversations she'd had to have.
Hiding her emotions deep within herself, Helena took a steadying breath, knowing this was probably going to be a little difficult for Myka to take in. At least the younger woman was used to strange, so it wouldn't exactly be a stretch of the imagination as to the how she was here. But the Apocalypse was something else altogether. "The short answer is that the Apocalypse as is described in the book of Revelation is happening here. Lucifer is caged, sort of, and there are Seals that keep him locked, but they are being broken. One of those Seals brings people here from other worlds, other realities. We don't exactly know how or why, but the general consensus is that we all have some part to play in this war." And that was the short answer. Helena could go into detail on the matter, but only would if Myka pressed the topic.
"Yes, November. It pulls people here from all various times and places. Some are from the distant past, others the distant future. And people from the same world can be pulled from different points in time." Though as she saw Myka sway a bit, Helena glanced over and saw a bench. "Here, you should sit down." Moving, she guided Myka over to sit down, knowing she'd need to after hearing what she just had. Once Myka was seated, Helena brushed a hand through her hair and sat down on the bench, forcing herself to stay focused on the task at hand.
"The greatest danger here are demons, Lucifer's army. They can possess people." Which prompted Helena to remember the amulet she wore around her neck, accompanying her locket. Reaching up, she unclasped the amulet and took it off, turning to Myka. "This will protect you from possession." And without even waiting for Myka to accept or deny it, Helena leaned forward and put it around Myka's neck. The last thing she wanted was for a pregnant Myka to get possessed while she was trying to explain things. Once the amulet was in place, Helena sat back, determined to not let Myka give it back. Helena's concern was Myka and her child. She was going to guess that she wasn't in this Myka's good graces, so she hoped this would be the first of many steps to take to prove she wasn't insane or trying to destroy the world.