In contrast, Gohrlay existed all he way back in the very First Reality, before time travel technology was invented. I've been questioning Gohrlay about her many "past lives" in Deep Time.
Gohrlay's "first life" began at Observer Base on the Moon. Her role as the "template" for positronic brains has been told in Foundations of Eternity.
|Foundations of Eternity|
|Our Reality Chain|
Gohrlay had remarkable experiences in the Galactic Core where she was transformed from a biological organism into an artificial life form. For some reason, she does not like talking about her existence as an artificial life form. Gohrlay seems to have become an object of study when the Kac'hin finally realized that humans had a "naturally evolved" capacity for telepathy.
|The assembly of R. Gohrlay at Observer Base.|
|Gohrlay in the First Reality.|
the development of a science of positronics at Observer Base on the Moon was not a chance event and that it was carefully orchestrated by the bumpha as part of their plan for Humanity. As far as I can tell, these suspicions are only based on Gohrlay's personal experiences during her time at Observer Base and have never been independently confirmed.
In the Asimov Reality
Gohrlay did not return to Earth until the Asimov Reality. According to Gohrlay, an effort was made to turn her into a "fixed point in Time". Using the temporal amplification system that had been created for Earth, R. Gohrlay vastly amplified Gohrlay within the Hierion Domain, assuring that she would have an analogue in both the Ekcolir Reality and the Final Reality.
Science Fiction genre.
I suspect that Gohrlay operated from within the Hierion Domain to influence the writing career of the analogue of Isaac Asimov and other science fiction authors who existed in that Reality, but she refuses to provide me with any any details. My working hypothesis is that when Science Fiction writers like Asimov and Vance were taken out of Time, Gohrlay then worked with them in the Hierion Domain.
|Sea level rise in the Ekcolir Reality.|
Given all that Gohrlay has been through, I feel that she is bored, if not disgusted, by we Earthlings. Sometimes I fear that she is simply not free to share what she knows about the future with me. At other times, I suspect that she knows that I would be distracted from my work (writing the Exode Trilogy) or even cognitively damaged if I knew everything that she knows.
Next: more on Gohrlay's life in the Ekcolir Reality.
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