The Trailokya Trilogy Companion is a continuing online manuscript that illustrates and explains some of the details of the story, helping readers to keep things straight while they travel through the series. Readers can view this live companion book on Wattpad (either using the website or an app for their phone) absolutely free.
The companion is organized in alphabetical sections for convenience. In each section, the entries are organized like a dictionary along with original artwork and excerpts from the Trailokya Friday blog posts. In the coming weeks and months the blog will feature specific entries, to give you a taste of what is available in the companion.
The term used to describe the intertwined worlds of Zion, Samsara, and Jahannam.
The Trailokya Trilogy focuses mainly on the struggle between Humanity/Duta and two of the seven planes that make up the known multiverse. As the definition above states, Trailokya is the interdependence and interactivity that binds the universes of Zion, Samsara, and Jahannam in constant struggle.
“The world of Trailokya comes as it is. It’s limitless in scope really, as any dreamscape is. However, it is attached to our universe, our Earth, and the spaces we occupy in waking life are limited by the rules of physics and other scientific concepts. Trailokya is a very specific term which describes the three worlds that interact heavily in the manuscript: Zion, Samsara and Jahannam. These words should be quite familiar to the average person. Zion is another word for heaven, but in the book it is the homeworld, where we all are created and visit Samsara, the universe in which Earth resides. Jahannam is an Islamic word for hell. This is the prison realm where those who have committed egregious crimes against Zion and the entities living there are put, to keep the rest of the universes safe from them. It is not fool-proof, like any other prison. It was not created by a god, but ordered into being and created by his emissaries. The myths of Judeo-Christian and Islamic faith have quite a showing in Trailokya, right beside Hindu (Lord Ganesha, overseer of the Great Council), Buddhist (Trailokya, Samsara) and the ancient faiths of the ancient world, such as Greco-Roman (Jahannam’s provinces, Duta leaders, Arcadia) and Egyptian (Order of Horus).” (Trailokya Trilogy Inspired by Life, Mythology and Dreams.)
“Trailokya is the title of the book and also the term used to describe the interaction between three very specific planes in the order of the seven universes. These are the most familiar places in the books, having layers of their own places within. Maps of the three worlds will not be discussed here, as not to cause confusion. This is simply an introduction to what each universe is, and where it falls on the grid. You may picture them like a seven layer sandwich, or even like the coatings of a jawbreaker…
Samsara – symbolized by the astro coordinates interface (Star charts).
The fifth plane exists quite low on the levels despite being the playground of almost every being in Zion. This is the training ground, the proving world. In Samsara, Atman take on physical form. Duta rarely inhabit this world since the Conflict of Hosts (a war between two factions which led to making the next level a prison in which to make them reflect upon their crimes). If a duta is here, they’ve usually lost their way for one reason or another and are sentenced to live out the equivalent of several lifetimes for reflection on their trespasses. The races that one usually encounters in Samsara (which is also the mid-plane of Trailokya) are: Aghartians, Cetians, Grails, Hyadeans, Ikyls, Oreiades, Nagas, Orions, Vetehinen, Drago, Els, Jinn, Boarwellum, Naiades, Aurai, Terrans (humans), and all other ‘souls’ both plant and animal which make up the lower resonance beings but are not of Jahannam. Samsara, is the plane in which you find Earth.
The Sixth realm is a sinister world which was remembered in the Koran as hell by the prophet. The definition is probably the best to describe Jahannam. This is a dark realm, quite removed from the light of the higher planes. Here, the Jñanasattva imprisoned the duta who committed crimes against the Samsaran souls, murder, rape, and the list goes on. Once charged with the oversight of the fifth plane, these beings became known as danava—the devils or Satan in Judeo-Christian lore. Ruled by princes, fallen Seraphim, this broken plane shelters the lowest of all atman. Here, an atman will be fed upon or do the feeding. Very few return from a sentence in this prison and it takes egregious crimes to be placed here.
The second realm, plane, kingdom or world is called Zion, after the Judeo-Christian term for Heaven. This is the home (accepted origination point) of all the beings who populate the other six realms outside of Nirvana. From the perpetual light, all atman who are not developed enough to remain in Nirvana fall to this plane to strengthen their energies and eventually rise – evolve into Jñanasattva. Zion reflects many of the concepts and order that is seen on Earth and other planets in Samsara (below). It’s the first layer of Trailokya, the tri-world. Here, duta regulate and oversee the ascendancy of atman. They’re guided by a king, as previously mentioned, who governs through the High Council on Mount Zion. Mount Zion is literally a mountain fortress built around the Perpetual Light. Here the highest officials and highest ascended beings reside. The highest of those serve on the High Council, deciding the fate of millions.” (The Seven Planes A Primer.)
Subsequent installments of Trailokya will likely focus on other areas of Samsara (other planets), as this realm is the most diverse and divergent of all the planes.