TONIGHT: The past comes to life in a vision of the future that will alter your perception of reality, your place in the universe, and the possibilities of your own existence contributing to the eventual design of a time when the universe was young, and the light was upon us all …
With the design Of Crimson Indigo: Convergence underway the prospect of identifying the realms visited in the saga is beginning to take shape. It’s important to consider the implications of each, and how they reflect in unison with the physical three dimensional universe we all exist in every single day of our human lives on the Earth, but what if the existence (our existence) actually existed in higher frequency dimensional experiences as well, where we coexist as ethereal beings who cohabit and collaborate in tandem with us, experiencing both the physical and non physical reality of our spiritual journey. It is here that the first inkling of living light took its root in the Crimson Indigo story. If indeed we are more than a container, a physical body, or husk, as it is sometimes known, then the idea of soul retention, the well of souls and the source play into reality.
For the saga of Crimson Indigo we wanted to have a starting place, somewhere where the universe is a single caporal entity unto itself. In essence all living things, in fact all life organic and inorganic including planets, solar systems, even suns play into the idea of everything being of vibration and density. All things generate a physical form, rather it’s big, small, toned or physically out of sick with itself, harboring additional layers of stress which results in the body alteration to the natural estimation of its existence. Body size and shape is dependent on physical condition, spiritual retention of the soul, it’s perception of placement, whether productive or self-destructive, all things vibrate at a rate and density respective to the learning curve presented in the present lifecycle.
For Crimson and Indigo, both symbiont and host contribute to the vibrational density of the physical form exposed in the articulation of technology presented in the actual presentation of the particular lifeform presented in the character’s current incarnation, regardless of the over all arc of the characters expected growth, lifetimes, and experiences. However, outside influences add a level of chaos in the characters ability to deal with stress both as an entity, and host as well as symbiont.
For Crimson and Indigo, life experience as both a single entity and a blended symbiont and host has direct relationship to their combined knowledge of their place in the universe, as well as the ability they muster in response to outside interference. It is possible for both characters to have individual responses, some of which are contradictory to the others understanding. Response is equally affected by the impact of those experiences that are retained from lifetime to lifetime. In the case of Olivia, having regenerated in order to continue a particular incarnation, it seemed relevant to address the prospects of the effect of aging, soul retention and contact with both her past, and the influences that now lay heavily on her continued existence.
In Crimson Indigo, we meet the old lady on one side of the boundary, depicting the time differential between one side of a vehicle with the other. It is here that we learn of Crimson Indigo’s fate, seeing the effect of the temporal incursion on the life forms present in the convergence. A wrong step can cost the individual their youth, health, or life. One half of the runner gunship left to rot in the exposure of harsh weather, and a withering existence is in direct competition with the other side of the same vehicle, which rest in pristine condition, only a minimal distance away. For instance, consider the erosion on a piece of metal sitting half in the sun, half in the shade. It is conceivable that have the exposed metal in the bright sunshine would survive the harsh weather present in the shaded portion at a different rate of oxidation should an element such as freezing temperatures or blistering heat be added to the exposed material. The future of the particular molecular degeneration would be far easier to spot on one side. Life is under the same microscope, and it fits that the same effects would influence the decisions on self, responsibilities as well as life style.
Love prevails, regardless of the outside influences, but sometimes gets lost in the shuffle. Misplaced, even forgotten. However, it’s important to understand that every possible consideration, outcome, and vibrational response is presented in the final capitulation of the moment. Such multidimensional reckonings are exploited in the prospect of learning experiences. In the film War Games, the hero is teaching the only lesson the computer needs to learn, “The only way to win, is not to play.” The essence of decision makes a similar conclusion, presenting every possible outcome in contemplation of making the decision; the only difference is the reality of each avenue simultaneously occurring at the same moment to its logical conclusion.
Turning left or right, has consequences, choices and an inevitable ending. It’s how the universe learns, expands and explores possibilities. Similar prospects can be placed on corporations, worlds, even the individual.
NEXT TIME: We’ll explore the idea of regeneration, corporate manipulation and the hostile corporate takeover of the universe within a universe as depicted in the cosmos of a mega-conglomerate with designs on the future of both humanity, and the future.
Reflections is the Blog of Author Grant Fausey
Creator Of Crimson Indigo, Shadowrider: The Last of the Magnificent Machines – The Human Wars, A Mere Drop of Sunshine: The Christmas Auction and the upcoming Haulers Incorporated action/adventure book series
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Grant Fausey earned degrees in Screenwriting, Cinema/Television Arts, and Creative Writing from California State University, Northridge, Film Production at the University of Southern California (USC) and Journalism and Advertising at Los Angeles Pierce College.