In the mesh of time, space, and dimensions, all existence has an encoded meaning that waits for translation. Inner Tech. is a work of science fiction/philosophy that endeavors to explore the vastness of reality and its spiritual side. From mental conception to the birth of a new generation, it follows the adventures and experiences in the memory of a being known simply as ‘Sojourn’. He embarks on a quest of questions and answers upon awakening to a desperate message given by a mysteriously ancient and alien library. To succeed he must bring all of his wits and will to the war of good against evil before existence itself is lost! Three catalysts of this ultimate destruction, each hidden in different layers of reality, must be found and given solution for continuance of the universe to remain! Everything is at stake, but not everyone wants him to succeed. The corrupt and equally determined demon Sahbul is not to be easily stopped in his ambition to become the material divinity.
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Written in past tense and first-person narrative, Inner Tech. is the story of an individual and his place in the greater scenario of life. Diverse characters, each as concepts incarnate, aid him in the discovery of a strength and broader vision that becomes necessary for him to achieve his victory. Packed with action, symbolism, and an inspiring determination, the reader is engaged in a fascinating look at society, morality, and the mechanics of the cosmos. Communicating to an ever-growing audience of people in search of truth, it offers a unique perspective interwoven with classic elements of fiction. Based not only on imagination but also memories of the author's and others' many lives, prophetic dreams, and unusual metaphysical experiences, the intention of this book is both to entertain and stimulate thought on some of mankind’s most primal wonders.
The story divides easily into three separate parts, each a catalyst for a chain of events that lead to the conclusion. Every catalyst additionally represents a different aspect of the human experience. Starting with a cerebral, ancient, and sometimes abstract arena of the soul, it then progresses through a holistic model that applies equally to the individual and the mass of society. Secondly is the realm of the mind, which takes place on a seemingly primordial world that has been hidden from view, and whose populace has been stifled by the loss of their individuality. The third catalyst is a portrait of the body, or realm of the physical. Here is where a galactic war rages across the back-drop of space and multiple planets where four factions meet and battle for their causes. Although each catalyst appears disconnected from the others it is soon discovered that all of them have been orchestrated by the same entity of evil, and the solution is to be found in the strength of a moral will and awareness that transcends you to a higher dimension.