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 well of souls, a hollow in Mount Zion where the perpetual light descends and the atman from Nirvana of lower resonance collect; home of higher duta races, from virtues to cherubim.
The Well of Souls is a myth from the Abrahamic traditions. Legends says that when it is empty, the end of the world will come. In Trailokya, the well is located in the heart of Mount Zion. A fissure in the crest of the mountain allows the perpetual light to beam down into the recess, and on those rays ride the atman from Nirvana. This is the arrival point those who resonate below Jñanasattva and need the journey to rise. The will of the atman determines what comes next.
Droves of duta who have ascended to the ranks of virtues and dominions are employed to protect these fragile beings. It is their unique duty to collect and sort the crystals. Each are assessed for hazards and leanings, and then set upon a path appropriate for their needs. Should a crystal weigh too heavy, it will fall beyond the aid of these duta, and find its way to Jahannam.
The well is also a beautifully carved structure in which incarnating atman interface with their bio-vessels in Samsara. Over time, the interface rooms have become the preference of the most delicate cases, and those working as clandestine operatives of Zion. Many a cathedral spiral staircase resemble the niches rising to the fissure in the mountain. The closer they rise, the more guarded by the light. Thus, higher resonating individuals are preferred at the top, while lower are closer to the base of the recess. This is because the danger in incarnating into Samsara as a duta, and the attention one would attract from the shadowalkers, endangering other atman in the process. The stone of the well is a blue-white marble with pale gray veins, and is made haunting in the brilliant opal of the perpetual light.
Passage into these spaces is afforded to travelers, who are accompanied by guardians (personal guardians as well as Otzar Guardians), and a single companion to aid in the coupling of the atman with the bio-vessel. Security is as high in Otzar as it is at the king’s chambers. It is not only the presence of sensitive individuals that requires this but also the location of the present kapalanum. This font allows a viewer to witness current events in real-time. In the wrong hands it would be a powerful spy tool.
The room in which the kapalanum is housed is also the launch point for direct interfaces. Guardians carry atman through the multiple arches and place them in the intended bio-vessels. As you can tell, this type of interface can be quite dangerous. The risks to the atman are greatly raised.
Learn more about Otzar in The Trailokya Trilogy.