Sunday, March 25, 2012

Thaumaturgy by Tesseract Universe


Thaumaturgy by Tesseract Universe
Tales of Science and Sorcery

This universe's comonality is that thaumaturgy (miracle working and magick) interacts with a tessaract (a means of crossing space and time) and other technological means. Sometimes 'Thaumaturgy by Tesseract' means miracle working accomplished through the use of crossing space and time and technology. At other times it is miracle working being accomplished along side of technological feats. Since space and time crossing is integral to some of the stories in this universe, Arthur C Clark's observation that sufficiently advanced science is indistinguishable from magic is very applicable as well. Welcome to my universe where science and sorcery co-exist and this is revealed to the people in the story through a new interaction which had been previously kept secret from them.


Enterprise ~ Hunting Hydra
By Sasha Zarya Nexus
Can seven college age kids save the world?



"Like Alice, I try to believe three impossible things before breakfast."
- Dr Who "The Five Doctors"
  • · #1, Alan's triplet brothers Andrew and Archie uncover a catastrophe that's being hidden from the public involving a huge asteroid on a collision course with Earth within the next week.
  • · #2, Archie is dead, after trying to follow the plan that Alan's brothers,along with psionic identical quadruplet girls, had schemed up to produce enough force to deflect the asteroid.
  • · #3, The five of them, with Alan to replace Archie, are bound to the ISS, aboard the secret military shuttle Enterprise launched from Vandenberg SLC -6, away from interference on Earth’s surface to once again try to deflect the Asteroid

  • Enterprise ~ Hunting Hydra
    • Novel last updated 2010 with Chapter 14 Of 17




rose
Pretty, Please! ~ Space Camp
By Sasha Zarya Nexus
What happened the summer that everything changed for Rose?




"Granny, Granny, Please tell us a story! Pretty please, Granny!" said nine year old Linda as she sat on the floor with her twin sister Julia. They had on matching sky blue blouses and navy blue skorts which each had embroidered a red rose with green stem and leaves as well as the first initial of their name. They both looked precious in their white knee socks and black Mary Jane's. Each of them looked intently at me with their deep blue eyes, resisting the temptation to twirl their long blonde hair in their fingers, since they loved my stories.
Before I could answer, Julia burst out, "Tell us a new one, Granny! Pretty Please!"
With a twinkle in my eye, I knew which story I would tell them. I remember when I told their mother for the first time this story and she was about their age. Since they asked for the story by name, even though they had never heard it before, I took it as a good omen that perhaps this time I might even be believed instead of treating it as something from my overactive imagination. It was the story of one all important summer when everything changed for me and I found the love of my life.

  • Pretty Please
    • Completed novel on 2008/08/07






Galaxy
No Foolin'

By Sasha Zarya Nexus

Will Gail finally find love on earth?


Oops! I forgot that this was a new recording, so I should introduce myself. If you are sensing this recording, then I'm guessing that you are not one of the aliens native to this planet they call Earth or Terra. I'm just a normal girl, born on Ceti Alpha V. My real name is Glivney, but I go by Gail on Earth. I'm stranded here with my brother Linthan, who goes by Leo.
Out of the multitude of items that survived in the storage locker, you would have thought that perhaps someone might have thought to pack a couple of distress beacons. Unfortunately, No.
My native appearance is like a pixie, but Linthan would call himself Elven. Even if Earth were not xenophobic, my people's ethics require us not to reveal our true form. We each wear armbands that use some kind of technology to make others perceive us as Earthlings. We had them on before we crashed, so even Aunt Emma, who took us in hasn't seen us as we really are.
  • No Foolin'
    • Novel completed

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