OCHRE
 

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    The postmodern epic that is The Catalysis Trilogy is unique in that it has already historically begun in fact. CATALYSIS Book One (Changes Imposed) introduces us to the concept that today is simply the process of Catalysis that changes yesterday into tomorrow. It just the extent of the transformation that beggars belief.


    All of us, by our action or inaction, are invited through birth to participate in the creation of tomorrow and the possibilities were once literally infinite. Nothing is impossible and Destiny is not as fickle as some think. She can also quietly insist on exercising her own free will which can be tempered by some occasionally blatant favouritism.


    Destiny makes allies of the extremely unlikely and the totally unexpected to rescue our world, but for whom if it’s not all for us?


    OCHRE is Book 2 of The Catalysis Trilogy and it takes us much further into Destiny's confidence. OCHRE's worlds may be Science Fiction or Fantasy to some, but they are all astrophysically, anthropologically and politically viable. Above all, you will find them fabulous but OCHRE is not really fiction. It has left a very real scar in our northern night sky, though you might need a pair of binoculars to see it in the Dragon Constellation.


OCHRE is that far away and so long ago that the imminently unfolding events there shouldn't have any repercussions for us, but Destiny isn't just vast. To Her, time and distance are just the tools She uses to weave all possible tomorrows though there are questions about whose design is being used as a template. The OCHRE worlds were crafted to humble imaginations, but they also host the very significant Catalyst to our initial CATALYSIS in Book 1.


In OCHRE, we resume our case study of why diverse civilisations rise only to inevitably fall, and we come face to face with the fact that evolution seems to drive its unwary subjects towards survival, even while they taunt extinction to finish them off. We don't seem to have much in common with those under OCHRE, except perhaps a global economy which competes with impotent gods to divide and conquer.


Life there must be very different to 'Life' here however, but then again, how different can that be when all life comes from dying stars? Those stars are gods to the Bi-du and to the Outcast tribes who live closest to OCHRE. Ochre was the mother who adopted them when their own world was devoured. That bloated red cannibal star now lingers close to final death, but He won't be allowed to die peacefully in His sleep.


For the crime of favouring the Yan tribes, who arrogantly rule the Ochre sub-system, the red cannibal god is about to be punished by the rest of the godly constellations. As the god's executioner approaches, those who know them must also accept that everyone under Ochre must perish first. It is beyond mortal privilege to see one god being punished by another.


The Yan despise the gods and the primitives who pray to them. They have built a business empire to cover the cost of their goal, a star ship to survival. However, their Teknocracy has failed to deliver and time is running out. So they are forced to also await their fate like impotent primitives. Destiny however, is not so predictable and she seems to have her own plan. Though it does beg the question of who or what empowers Destiny to disregard the best laid plans of gods?


The Spoke don't have gods as such, but they hold their Mission sacred and in similarly high esteem. They are also obliged to follow it to the letter for their own Redemption. They are not alone and travel with their company of fully autonomous artificial intelligences, who voluntarily share their Mission and guide their starship through the same godly constellations while they sleep ...


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DOES DESTINY LISTEN ONLY TO OUR PRAYERS OR TO EVERYBODY’S? 

OCHRE - Book 2 of The Catalysis Trilogy

14 Mar 2017              ISBN - 978-0-9926814-2-5