You ask what the Void looks and feels like, if it can be measured like a real place. Here's my answer: Don't concern yourself with such matters. It is as real as anything I've ever experienced, but if you understood it, you'd know that such a statement makes as little sense as saying that I have been dead.
The Void is unspeakable. It is infinite and it is nowhere, ever-changing and perpetual. There are more things in the endless black Void, Kirin Jindosh, than are dreamt of in your natural philosophy.
Leave aside things beyond your reach, and be content that you are gifted with more insight than the common man.
- In Dishonored 2, the note can be found on a bench in Jindosh's laboratory in the Clockwork Mansion during the mission of the same name.
- In The Return of Daud, the letter is quoted at the beginning of Chapter 30.
- In The Return of Daud, the title is "Letter from Delilah to Kirin Jindosh". It is accompanied by the following introduction: [Surviving fragment, date unknown].
- The line "There are more things in the endless black Void, Kirin Jindosh, than are dreamt of in your natural philosophy." is a reference to a line from William Shakespeare's Hamlet: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. "