ENTRY-64 Faith Estates
About five hours in transit from my dormitory to my father’s house, a simple story played out in my head. I thought at those moments, that if I have enough battery life on my phone, the book of the generation will practically write itself. And here’s how it begins – with the homeless goddess standing on the edge of oblivion, about to take everything else with her.
Setting and Theme
Faith Estates, a condominium with infinite floors inside a Tipler cylinder, where everything that everyone has said, or anything that anyone is saying, and nothing that nobody will ever say, are all true, somehow. A Tipler Cylinder is a cylindrical construct with infinite length, rotating about an axis parallel to its entire length. Faith Estates is a condo that occupies the whole Tipler cylinder, having infinite floors, occupying all that is, was, and will ever be. Likewise, the condo itself can be the body of a sentient entity that could only be called god. Some rooms or floors can be time machines or portals to all the other floors. Some rooms are wormholes to some other universes while some floors could also have an infinite number of rooms. There are rooms with n-dimensions of space and/or time. Rooms can also be larger on the inside than when viewed from the outside. To scale, an entire floor could have all its neighboring rooms as different versions of each other, different by only one atom at a time. This entire condominium plays with the possibility of the infinite, where all cats are both dead, alive, becoming, and unbecoming.
I first thought of the theme being a slice-of-life some time in a trans-human future that is on its way to becoming a post-human near future, which then rapidly transitions to a weirdmgeddon-style present after the first death of the main character, then a little bit of both when the main character becomes a god himself. First there will be free quantum internet for everyone, morphogenetic freedom, a 3rd artificial planetary ring, 7 space elevators, light sails to the moon and mars, Elon island, Google God, neural laces, utility foglets and maybe some more. Then, there will be a room, which houses a large subdivision with its own weather, then more rooms with entire universes, cosmic farmlands, desserts, classic alien rain forests, infinitely zoomable Mandelbrot-like rooms, just name it if you want to include it. Maybe a door is just a hi-tech computer with a scanner that scans the compositions and configurations of a material body so that it can translate them into data compatible to the seamless simulation being run by that computer-door.
PART 1: Fake Estates
Okay, so there’s a main character (MC), who was the head of a freshly-broken family. He wanted to explore space after he divorced his human wife to abandon his mundane life. His first trip was towards andromeda galaxy, from which the first part of the story was about (I need help wid this like, waddafak did this guy do on a neighboring galaxy, other than throw an intergalactic party with his newfound alien and equally-alien-but-originally-human friends) but the trip to home is a disaster. Ship crashed to a black hole and the mutilated debris of both crew and ship was sent flying towards a nearby black hole which is actually a direct entrance to a tipler cylinder where faith estates is established (I know it’s contradictory at that point, considering maybe his universe is actually just a room in faith estates, but still, this black hole is important. It was put there by a goddess “who’s got the hots” for him. Who knows, maybe inside that blackhole is actually just a computer with a perfect simulation of the real world, just a little different but anyways. Some survivors if the ship went to the other floors of the infinite floored condo inside a rotating cylindrical blackhole. However, the main character was "misplaced" in a floor reserved for the weirdest parallel universe-vrersion of the most powerful deities of his and his past eras. YHWH is his neighbor, and so is Anu, Allah, Zeus, Odin, Krishna, Pepe, Nyancat, Osiris, Satoshi Nakamoto, Ray Kurzweil, Stephen Hawking, Google God, and the likes (this is the second part of the story where I have a lot of ideas).
PART 2: Faith Estates
So, YHWH who owns a room that looks smaller outside but larger inside and the room contains a farm with gold and white walls and ceilings and doors and he takes care of talking sheep while he smokes mustard seeds and gets high
But the sheep can actually speak 20th century human languages and are omnivorous, so some of them can actually be wolves HAHA. Plus, YHWH has some smaller farms where there are cows and chickens and other stuff and there’s a beach to an endless ocean. Also, YHWH, talks to his sheep while he's high on mustard seeds, but then the MC is going to meet with YHWH somehow because he will try to get inside the wrong room but after he comes inside, he becomes a talking omnivorous wolf-sheep. Main character and YHWH becomes friends and stuff and so he also becomes friends with other gods but along the way, the homeless goddess (HG) often but shortly appears in the field of view of the MC. Now, this HG, who actually has her own room but her husband locked her out so she just builds super-sophisticated tents on random rooms and disappears the next day. Eventually MC gets to confront the homeless goddess and they will confess to each other
And more often than not, MC hangs out with many other gods and survivors and sometimes, famous people will be within the same room as dream counterparts of their own selves from other rooms from other floors.
About the part where the main guy becomes the wealthiest god and buys the whole estates, and marries the homeless goddess and plants a blackhole on a familiar room, I can’t think of how this one happens or makes a little sense from a human perspective. Oh and the author is also the MC's neighbor but they dont talk much. So HG and MC met more often in seemingly random circumstances. But one day, author got pissed off by MC and HG probably because they only do sexy, or the author kind of got into some sad real-life stuff so author decided to make HG commit suicide while him and the MC cry. Luckily, author gives MC a chance to save the HG. But HG still kills herself and the author just ran away and MC is like, Wtfisdisshit while crying
PART 3: Fate Estates
Then the third part of the story begins when the MC seek out gods’ advices and gaining their powers and knowing many other characters to get back with his lovelife
Eventually, MC came back to his old universe and went to earth and found the homeless goddess again, but in her innocent days.
But she lost her again because the version that he found was still human, and yes, innocent, and might as well do not really know the MC. So MC went room to room, floor to floor, universe to universe, time to time, just to search ways how to find again the love of his life.
Eventually, He hasn’t realized it yet but yes he’s already the second wealthiest being in the whole estates, second only to a mysterious being that borrows his name.
And when the stock prices and lottery numbers and all the planets in the solar system aligned or some other miraculous setting occurred, the MC bought faith estates from its owner. MC effectively owned a condo with infinite floors with the flat earth society on the rooftop.
And then, he got top access. Now he can find where HG is, but he realized HG is nowhere (“HOW?” Ikr. That makes many of us) so he got sad and lost meaning in life but then he saw an earlier version of himself getting divorced with his human wife and going to andromeda galaxy then he found hope and somehow regained innocence, and he just watched that version of him but he noticed that there’s no blackhole to the trip home so he put one and fixed a familiar cycle or something.
I still don’t know how the role of the homeless goddess fits to the main character’s story in a mind-blowing kind of way. By mind-blowing I mean, really, like, somehow there’s actually no homeless goddess, so the god-version of main the character created the homeless goddess, or the homeless goddess is the wife he divorced long ago, or. I don’t know. Maybe this is just some kind of story that the teachers of our great-great-great grandchildren will tell and say, “Hey kids, I want you to make your own ending of this story.” What do you think?