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 ocean in Zion.
Water is a well-known symbol for emotions. It is also viewed as a conduit for spirit by many cultures. Within the trailokya bodies of water play integral parts: Domdaniel, the oceans of Earth, and the Urva Sea. Those bodies are interconnected.
Urva is the name for the oceanic waters of Zion. There is only one ocean, as the water has no breaks. Duta like to be concise, unlike humanity, who has named several seas despite no breaks between the waters. Likewise, the ocean in Jahannam is named Domdaniel. Each of these are like reflections of the other, or variant resonances of the bodies of water in each of their respective planes.
The waters are different in shape but also lifeforms. Zion boasts naiades and vetehinen among their animal life. Both species are higher resonating atman. They do not exist on Earth or in Jahannam, although fallen forms do exist in the latter (they should not be considered the same).
Similarities include salt water of similar percentages, plant and animal life, and the use of the water for transportation. Urva and Domdaniel both seem to be the edge of their worlds, ridged by a curtain like fog. Zion alders have studied the phenomena for millenia and long since determined this fog is part of the avernus (or barrier). The fog is impenetrable without zion gate tech. Therefore, the edges of the world are not reachable in either Zion or Jahannam. Earth does not have an edge, because it is a component of a larger universe. The edge of Samsara would be the edge of the Samsaran universe, which has never been reached by any of the beings living there.
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