Faiths of the World

Lotish Faith:

The Lotish religion is the oldest known surviving faith in the Primary Hemisphere.  Only tribal religions from Togna in the Lost Hemisphere are older.

The Lotish faith is practiced around the world, but it is the predominant faith in Domataland, Izvyona (including the Bakhadaland breakaway region), and Fletchia as well as other surrounding nations.

The primary tenet of the faith is the belief that all things are connected under God.  No one part of creation is greater or lesser than another.

The Holy Triad is the most ancient symbol of the faith, and it represents the elements of God’s creation:

  • The rising sun brings renewal
  • Great mountains bring courage
  • Evergreen forests bring rest
  • Leaf-trees bring wisdom
  • Snakes bring peace
  • Birds bring hope
  • Water – connects all things under God


The symbol of the Holy Triad from “Reflections on the Holy Triad”

Kettish Faith:

The Kettish religion is the fourth oldest religion still practiced in significant numbers today.

It is practiced around the world, and is the predominant religion in Visstel and Antropka.  Until year 1006 of the Enlightened Epoch, it was the largest religious denomination in Cadona.  It is currently the second largest faith in Cadona, and it continues to lose members in that country.

True Followers of God Church:

The True Followers of God Church is the largest religious organization in Cadona.  The religion is just forty years old.  Pastor Leon Walls is one of the founders of the faith, and today he is considered its leader.

Maps — The Primary Hemisphere

[Data as of year 1007 of the Enlightened Epoch (EE)]



  • Population:  1,998,000,000
  • Capital:  Cadona City






  • Population:  780,000,000
  • Capital:  Ver-Nuvelin




Izvyona and Bakhadaland

  • Population:  122,000,000
    • Izvyona Mainland:          70,000,000
    • Bakhadaland Region:      52,000,000
  • Capital:  Villyana

NOTE:  Bakhadaland Region considers itself an independent nation and names Satur its capital. 
Only Domataland, Fletchia, and a handful of other nations recognize Bakhadaland’s independence. 



A package vanishes. A ship sets sail. A manhunt begins.

The year is 1007 EE, and four great powers—Cadona, Domataland, Sohn-Sur, and Visstel—are battling for world dominance.

51KQ4bZbqoL._SX323_BO1,204,203,200_Leeha Ritsagin is one of the seventeen billion humans caught up in the battle of the giants. She enjoys old movies, works hard, longs for a boyfriend, fears elevators, cares about the world, and is a wanted criminal. Her story begins on a drive across town, and while she worries about getting lost, the danger she faces doesn’t wait for her in the slums of Cadona City. Rather, it comes inside a simple paper bag that appears in the back seat of her old car. Powerful members of the Back-to-Basics Club launch a manhunt to catch the thief who stole their package at a time when Club leaders are primed to take control of the Cadonan government, start a war against fabricated enemies, and deploy the world’s most powerful weapon: Toxic Sphere.

In response to growing international peril, the rising nation of Domataland dispatches its Goodwill Ship to aid a threatened ally. When news of the package’s disappearance reaches the desk of Domataland’s president, he instructs his intelligence chief to find the thief, hoping to use the mysterious package against his Cadonan adversaries.

With Leeha’s life in danger, investigative journalist Bob Fullerby begins his own search to find the young woman before her hunters do.

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Toxic Sphere, Volume 1: Our Goodwill Ship

Volume 1: Our Goodwill Ship


Toxic Sphere, Volume 1: Our Goodwill Ship, introduces the fictional world.  It begins in a time of economic collapse, overpopulation, and scarcity of resources.  Despite a crumbling economy, the mighty nation of Cadona is close to perfecting the most powerful weapon ever created: Toxic Sphere.  Amid growing chaos, political and religious leaders with ill intent scheme to take power by unconstitutional means.  Their actions send ripples around the world, shattering the lives of ordinary people in distant lands as well as at home.  Then, in a twist of events, a package filled with dark secrets finds its way to a lonely, young Cadonan woman.  The fate of her nation is now in her hands.


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Toxic Sphere, the Series

Toxic Sphere, the Series
Toxic Sphere addresses real-world issues in a fictional setting. While the continents, nations, religions, and races of people are make-believe, the characters face the same problems we do: prejudice, greed, political radicalism, religious intolerance, and environmental degradation. The story paints a picture of what could happen if we as a society don’t protect our freedoms and our planet.