New fiction novel. Think magic realism, cosmic artistry, and a collision of the dark and light magic arts.
Release date: tbc (September?) 2019
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“You know what,” he said, shifting forward in his seat as his eyes lit up, “There’s a renowned theoretical professor in Dunkel. Mr Hatter there would be amazing to study with. He’s in the Dunkel University, which is, in my view, a groundbreaking centre for study in mathematics. He works very closely with the cosmology and music departments. I did a short stint of work for him a while back, where I got to help him with one of his instruments, which was an instrument in every sense of the word. It was this giant machine,” Josh was gesturing wildly here, right in his element, “that not only measured time and space fluctuations, but also created musical output, as this was how everything was quantified. It produced real time auditory soundwaves that were a response from the Earth and our immediate surrounds. We could literally hear the Earth move, and hear her interact with the moon and our neighbouring planets. We could even hear how the other planets were interacting with the Earth. This was a literal sound of the spheres.”
“I’ve heard of the music of the spheres!” I exclaimed.
“Yes, many musicians have created their interpretations of it, but this is the actual thing. Now there are many applications for this. This can not only help us interact with the Earth smarter, but it can also help us with our own travel and how we can do this with minimal impact to other planets and the cosmos at large. We can really maintain a pristine environment as we advance more and more. This also helps musicians as we become more in tune with the natural harmonics of the cosmos and therefore of the people. We can add so much more depth to our sound that truly resonates with humans and the Earth and the cosmos all at once. It’s absolutely incredible!”