The Cosmic Egg VR film, written and directed by Gaborone based multi-media artist and choreographer, Moratiwa Molema, is inspired by the San rock paintings of Botswana. In her traditional Motswana dance musical, meets African Science Fiction film, anciently-futuristic African cyborgs perform an ostrich egg hunt, which turns into an environmentally conscious tale, in the form of a time-travelling eco-mystery. The Cosmic Egg features human-animal-spirit-machine-cyborg dancers who urge us to consider environmentally sustainable practices, if we are to avoid paying the ultimate price of for our collective environmental degradation. Ostrich-people play the protagonists in the film where bird-human-cyborgs lay three metaphorical eggs, called Wisdom, Appreciation, and Harmony. Three time-travelling intergalactic wise women known as Egg Blessers arrive from the future when they hear the “sound of the fertilization of hope and they arrived from a thousand galaxies, bringing blessings and sounding the rattles of creation (Molema 2020).” After a hunting party steals the eggs and drinks their cosmic muthi, the hunters become intoxicated and realise that these are not ordinary eggs. The Egg Blessers restore environmental equilibrium as sound waves penetrate the shells of the eggs and cause the chicks to hatch into future-cyborg dancers.