Explore the motivations behind why did I craft Arbiter. Discover the ‘Why’ driving this immersive sci-fi narrative.


Dwelling in a world made from the ideas of imagination yet reflecting the best of our reality, Arbiter happened through my pen as more than a mere sci-fi novel. It is a tribute to the human spirit, as I feel and see, an adventurous odyssey inviting readers to submerge in its everlasting emotions, sacrifices, and the pursuit of a better future against the threat of a dictator.

My vision, through this fictional matter, Arbiter, brings forward a futuristic contemporary setting of a world that we always have dreamed of as humans. Inducing the fictional threat of an antagonist as a dictator, I sure did want to offer a glimpse of the chaos that would come into existence, with our advancement as a species, as we are unable to control what is materialistically made of perfect, due to our psychological differences, when it comes to the comparison of every aspect as human beings.


The Duality of Worlds

The year is 2300, an era where the climax of technological advancement defined human existence. Elysium, a shimmering citadel of progress, embodies the pinnacle of human hierarchy. Its spires reach for the heavens, harboring technological marvels that promise a utopian existence. In stark difference, Mars, although colonized, remains a bleak border in space, tantalizingly close yet far too distant for Earth’s inhabitants. The red planet stands as a symbol of potential and unfulfilled promises, whispering its secrets across the cosmic expanse.

In this nature of a setting, yet I crafted the Earth itself, too, remains a life of advancement, a haven of resources and innovation that outshines any celestial body. However, this brilliance becomes a double-edged sword as it catches the attention of a rising dictator among its inhabitants. I introduced him as his hunger for supremacy knows no boundaries, and his avid thirst for power spans not just Earth but extends into the cosmos, foreshadowing an era of dominance that threatens the ethics of existence.

I made this dictator’s ambition cast a shadow over the natural peace that humanity clings to. By presenting his reach stretches from the gleaming spires of Elysium to the dusty plains of Mars, with an ominous promise to reign supreme until the very end of the universe, I marked his ascent of the beginning of a cosmic tyranny that challenges limits, threatening the balance between progress and disruption.

It is against these perilous surroundings I introduce the fate of our protagonists, Bodhi Turvaśa, Anjana Kashyap, and Agastya Kashyap, as they dedicate themselves to escape the tyranny when Shen and Bane also join them to fulfill their desire. Their journey becomes not just a quest for personal salvation but a beacon of light for hope to the new world amidst utter darkness. Introducing intrigue, as they traverse forbidden borders and navigate unknown landscapes, I crafted their voyage to resonate an inspiring adventure against an all-encompassing threat, where the sacrifices are not merely survival, but the preservation of existence itself.


The Emotional Resonance

I crafted Arbiter not just as a narrative confined to pages but as an emotional surge that penetrates a far reality through my imagination. It taps into the essence of the human spirit—love, sacrifice, courage—capturing beyond the basis of the story, reaching into the depths of our shared experiences. Each character exposes struggles and triumphs, their emotions intense, as they face the unknown, and their actions fueled by hope and fear when I distinguished these protagonists from the rest of the world.

Each step they take, each decision they make, is motivated by a riotous mix of commitment, to one last dream, for victory. By presenting a sense of deep love twirling with their journey, as the author, I offered them a beacon of light amidst uncertainty, grounding them in a world spinning out of control. Sacrifice becomes their currency when the value of the real currency is thrown apart, thus I influenced their characters to trade willingly for a chance, although amplifying them with courage, fixing in the face of a strange world in which they had to shield themselves against the intruding threat of the dictator.

I did not just script their emotions; they became alive, pulsating with every heartbeat, resonating with the complexity of our own human experiences. As they grapple with their trials and triumphs, their emotions seep through the narrative, connecting the distance between fiction and reality. Their struggles become my own, their victories, my delight. I was drawn into their emotional pilgrimage, where the sincerity between their journey and my reality met.

In Arbiter, emotions are not merely observed; they are experienced. Each turn of the page sets forth an intrigue of sentiments that beats for storytelling, thus inviting me to navigate the depth of human resilience and vulnerability with a proceeding book through the Cosmic Prophecy Novel series. I found myself not just reading a story, in the place of a reader, but believing in its occurrence that remains long after the final chapter, leaving a permanent mark on my soul.

The fictional toroidal (doughnut-shaped) space colony, illustrated by Rick Guidice

Challenging Conventions

“Arbiter” is not a fictional novel that force-feeds readers with being just another sci-fi tale. It does not settle within the convention of the genre; instead, it pushes the limits to reasoned imagination, challenging the established norms of storytelling. Unlike narratives like “The Creator” by Gareth Edwards or “Avatar” by James Cameron, ‘Arbiter’ does not merely present an imaginative world; it becomes a reflective looking glass of our present reality, inviting readers into a thought-provoking journey of futuristic contemporary.

Where “The Creator” and “Avatar” focus primarily on fantastical elements, challenging and framing the social and traditional ethics of several nations, and crafting worlds detached from our current societal constructs, “Arbiter” takes a daring step that you must explore your own, diving deep in the fiction. It connects the futuristic setting, with themes mirroring contemporary society, creating a life between the fictional and the familiar, to preserve our rights and roots. It is a universe where technological wonders coexist with reflections of our disciplined norms and struggles, provoking profound introspection while maintaining an engaging storyline.

While “The Creator” and “Avatar” excel in visual extravagance and innovative world-building, Arbiter delves deeper into the truth of reality. It does not rely solely on spectacle but offers a narrative that challenges readers to contemplate among different races in our human condition to be inspired, introducing solutions to develop a better future. It sparks conversations about power dynamics, societal hierarchies, and the resilience of the human spirit against adversity in a psychologically realistic manner.

In “The Creator,” the narrative tends to emphasize the visual spectacle, limiting realistic and reasoning approaches by sticking a Buddhist monk into a robe-wearing robot and introducing a lie that a robot can be emotionally influenced through embryonic development thus, showcasing awe-inspiring worlds and grandiose conflicts without securing them to relatable societal dilemmas. Similarly, “Avatar” captivates with its lush, exposing the historical colonial mindset that affected minor nations in the world; however, it could be a visually stunning world and a narrative that, while touching on environmental themes, remains more rooted in reflective contemplation, but eventually, it challenges the mindset of victims who have been mentally suffering from colonialism in the recent historical world.

“Arbiter,” on the other hand, converges reality and fiction, serving as a path not just for entertainment but for finding true resilience to leap to a new civilization. It invites readers to protect their beliefs even though the future is materialistically advanced, question societal structures, and ponder the paths humanity might tread, all within the compelling content of a futuristic saga.

The Cinematic Experience

“Arbiter” is not contained within the pages; it is an explosion of vibrant visuals waiting to spring to life. Every word, every sentence, I painted a canvas alive with imagery that goes beyond storytelling. As I navigated through the narrative, once I finished with editing, believe me, I felt to my heart that I was not just reading but I was stepping into a realm where imagination flourishes, where each page unfolds like a scene from an epic film.

The narrative revealed before me like a carefully orchestrated movie, with scenes that I intricately designed to evoke every sense. I realized it is not a mere description; it is a depiction that invites me to immerse myself in a world bursting with life and technology. The cities’ rhythm with neon-lit skyscrapers, each detail I meticulously crafted to ignite the readers’ senses. Landscapes stretch beyond imagination, offering glimpses into a future both breathtaking and believable.

Storytelling is not bound by words; it invites me to actively participate in crafting the world within my mind. With every turn of the page, scenes come alive—the thrill of a heart-racing chase, the tranquility of unknown landscapes, the tension in critical encounters—each moment designed to capture my imagination.

Arbiter’s narrative is not just compelling; I created it to ignite the readers’ imagination to envision unexplored visual territories. Picture the majestic spires of Elysium gleaming under a kaleidoscope of colors, the bustling streets of a futuristic city buzzing with life, or the awe-inspiring landscapes stretching beyond my imagination’s horizon. The vividness of these visuals within the narrative left me yearning for a cinematic adaptation that could elevate the experience to unbelievable heights, I wonder would not that be?

I bloomed the narrative’s power to captivate with words hints at the immersive journey a visual medium could offer. Arbiter is not just a story; it is a gateway to a visual feast waiting to come alive, promising an experience that beats the limits of imagination.

“Arbiter” stands for those willing to embark on a transformative odyssey. It is a call to challenge norms, preserve your beliefs by loving yours, embrace emotions, and explore the depths of human resilience. Its pages hold not just a story but a journey that will linger, leaving hope on the reader’s soul, just like it left on mine, as I read it in a reader’s shoes when I completed editing it.

Final Thoughts

“Arbiter” is not merely a narrative I crafted; it is an emotional embrace mingled with societal reflections and differences, and human resilience. Through its pages, I sought to sculpt a looking glass that mirrors our reality yet exceeds it, an invitation for readers to journey beyond the best of a book and explore a world where imagination merges seamlessly with contemplation.

As I delve into its creation, I realize it is more than just a story but one that emerged from the truth—it is a progressing exploration of human nature, an endeavor to provoke thought, challenge conventions, and nurture the seeds of a new civilization. Arbiter should not be confined within its pages; it must be an opportunity for introspection, resilience, and the limitless pursuit of a better tomorrow through a glimmering visual experience using the present technology.

I invite you, dear readers, to flip these pages not merely as a reader but as a fellow voyager in this cosmic odyssey, ready to be moved, inspired, and forever transformed. I also invite you, dear media production companies, to offer me your support to preserve this idea with a visually stunning masterpiece.

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