The Story of a City called Tokyo

Introduction: By Upenyu Wakanaka

“Tokyo, my beloved Tokyo, never shall a weep because of you”. . . .

where do i begin, as riveting as i would love this story to be i will rather be honest as much as i love because love is the law i shall do what thou wilt, a quote straight from Aliester Crowley’s Thelema.

this story is to reflects the livelihood of the city called Tokyo, no not the conjestedly overpopulated Asian city full of colour, bright lights, bubbly personalities and is the ideal destination of choice for a holiday for millennials (as we are called these days).

because love is the law i shall do what thou wilt, a quote straight from Aliester Crowley’s Thelema.

funny enough this story is set in a fantasy world where Asia and Africa meets in a plain of a single identity. this is because of my love for the two worlds, how they organise themselves in a manner that always seem to benefit all civilians of the two world. it is only until recent that capitalism was installed worldwide, sometimes disguised as democracy, but we know the truth and the fall of communism and socialism has created a dog eat dog type of eye for an eye scenario. this has created a deep enough conflict within the civilians of these two world.

basically, this is a world where communism, tribalism and conservatism.

its on Earth, yes, but it of Asgard, Mt. Zion, Mt Olympus calibre, but as real as everyday life that any person can relate to.

so let the Story Begin. . .

Chapter One

“Tokyo, my beloved Tokyo, never shall a weep because of you”. . . .

 

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