Conceptual Diagrams of Spiritual and Philosophical Ideas
I love to use illustrations to improve the clarity of my ideas. I find them a great way to summarize concepts visually so that people can instantly understand them at a single glance. Here is a sneak peek of some of my diagrams.
I also introduce the core means by which philosophy is conveyed in the novel, such as the fictional "Thus Spake Oneness" texts.
Thus Spake Oneness
The Sha'reeni holy book
Ni'vim's people have a book that contains many spiritual messages. However, it is incomplete right now. Its excerpts provide solutions of many of life's travails. Would Ni'vim be able to seek out its fragments and complete it? What does this mystical trove of knowledge contain that is so important to her people?
Its contents span a large spectrum. Some consist of parables, poems, riddles, songs, visual puzzles, mathematics, and scholastic texts.
The Eternal Reflection Symbol
Ni'vim is shown this symbol throughout the book. It is not known what it means. However, she knows that it denotes a spiritual principle that is responsible for molding all life and existence. Ni'vim vows to decipher it one day. Read the novel to find out what it is!
We only know briefly that it unravels the mystery of whether we have freedom and moral responsibility in the cosmos.
Symbol created by the legendary artist, Alejandro Colucci
Trees and Zelkovas
Zelkovas mean a lot in the novel series. In fact, in the book cover, you see Ni'vim holding the golden book called "Thus Spake Oneness." Its front cover has a Zelkova with a ring around it. As you read on, you will find out its significance.
The symbol of wisdom, hope, and fortitude
Sample Illustrations within Thus Spake Oneness
The Sha'reeni holy bible contains many esoteric messages. Below is a sample of its conceptual illustrations. Each conveys a spiritual philosophy and tenet, which has a profound impact on one's life.