Fisher is a young man who, faced with unspeakable loss and soul-crushing guilt, has just undergone his final year in high school alone with his thoughts beyond the reach and console of others. It isn’t until he comes solitarily face-to-face with himself that an interest in dimensions is ignited.
Finished with the establishment’s methodical presentation of course and curriculum, he moves to a new city, freshly emboldened to find truth in the edges of all that surrounds him. He quickly finds Comfort, the personification of empathy and beauty his soul has tirelessly sought to find and love. Then a harrowing encounter with an aged book shop-keeper forever opens Fisher’s eyes and a doorway into Dimensions. Soon he meets Truth and Order, two ethereal women that allow him to drink from The Tree of Life and gain further access into yet another dimension. It is here that Fisher’s basic understanding and principles of the known and unknown are challenged and ultimately altered forever. Each further dimension promises unspeakable knowledge and graver responsibilities. He must choose to believe or not to believe, to accept or deny that which lies deeper than life and death. How long can he remain on the precipice between the Old and New Worlds without going mad, and must he forsake love for his Calling?
Now a member in the great metaphysical battle between those known as Dark Siders and Light Workers, he must withstand the escalating onslaught of the mind and spirit. As still further dimensions unfold, he is allowed access to wormholes and the ability to travel in time. Worlds crumble and the stage is set for the New World Order as the final apocalyptic battle unfolds.