|Just before the Buld Reality.|
Original artwork by Harold McCauley
The Trysta-Grean Pact is the agreement that finally ended the Time Travel War. That war began when Isaac Asimov helped terminate the Foundation Reality and bring into existence what I call the Asimov Reality. That Reality Change signaled the fact that the Huaoshy had finally developed their own time travel technology and they were prepared to deploy it on Earth.
However, R. Gohrlay and her cadre of positronic robots still retained their ability to travel through time. Right at the start of the Space Age in the Asimov Reality, R. Gohrlay's Interventionist agents provided sedrons to a few Earthlings. That dangerous move actually flipped Earth out of the grip of a strange attractor that had previously made it inevitable that Earth's surface would become dangerously radioactive.
|reconstruction of science fiction|
in the Ekcolir Reality
During that truce, humans were blocked from any new advances in technology. Having secretly been provided with sedronic technology in the form of the "Jarnell Intersplit" spaceship drive, humans were able to diffuse out from Earth into the galaxy. Interventionists and the pek devoted their energies to finding new human gene combinations that would improve the ability of humans to use the Bimanoid Interface.
|the tryp'At Overseers|
In the Ekcolir Reality, Trysta Iwedon (R. Gohrlay's Asterothrope agent on Earth) and Grean the Kac'hin collaborated to find a way to prevent Earth from going through global warming and catastrophic sea level rise. It was their plan for a Final Reality that we know as the Trysta-Grean Pact.
An important, yet still mysterious aspect of the Trysta-Grean Pact is that the tryp'At Overseers were put in place to act as guardians of Earth.
|The Atossu Intervention|
The suppressed science fiction story telling of writers such as Robert Williams (a good example of a specific suppressed story is his 'The Golden Process', see the Fantastic Adventures cover reconstruction at the top of this webpage) provides an illustration of temporal momentum.
According to Gohrlay, in his story 'The Golden Process', Williams revealed that it is possible to isolate sedrons from "platinum sand" deposits. Apparently the tryp'At will not allow this knowledge to be published and made available to Earthlings in our Reality. However, in the Ekcolir Reality, the isolation of sedrons was the easiest way to prove the existence of either hierions or sedrons.
According to Gohrlay, a version of 'The Golden Process' was published as a collaboration between Hafren Wells and Roberta Moore in the Ekcolir Reality. That story was called, 'The Hierion x Sedron Reactor'.
|in the Ekcolir Reality|
In 'The Hierion x Sedron Reactor', there was no mention of humans. That story seems to have been an alien-inspired version of the Legend of Uvadekoto.
|In the Asimov Reality.|
Original cover art by Don Sibley
I suspect that Gohrlay knows at least the basics of the "golden process", but she refuses to provide me with any details. However, it was the fact that Earthlings were starting to play with sedrons and hierions that finally drove Trysta towards collaboration with Grean. She could see the danger of allowing humans to freely develop advanced technologies, so Trysta worked with Grean to find a future that was both safe for Earth and which also allowed humans to have a great adventure spreading among the stars.
|The sedron monopoly|
What about the Huaoshy? Why were they ready to negotiate an end to the Time War? They had realized that it was their own alteration of the dimensional structure of the universe that made possible both time travel and the telepathic powers of positronic robots. Additionally, they realized that if they made one more alteration to the dimensional structure of the universe, they could make further time travel impossible and "deactivate" R. Gohrlay's telepathic ability.
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