Saddhya Ghuna

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Saddhya Ghuna Author (Kalaman Metaphysician and writer), ca 2400, wrote Disquisition of the Proofs of Interpenetrating Worlds

born 2349, place Gashuka, died 2418, place Vimaluna (Bhimaloksha); Jathya-Dhumi Metaphysician, lecturer, writer; wrote The Yoki Ephemera as Types of Transliminal Exhibitions (Thesis), 2376, Non-Psychist Entities and Visitations, 2391, Disquisition of the Proofs of Interpenetrating Worlds, 2397, Remembrances of My Merchant Childhood, 2409. Lectured at Shakunagamshiru Archcollege, 2381 to 2417. Father, Tañzhuppha Ghuna, was a lackluster wizard who became a successful merchant. Mother, Challayali, was daughter of a lesser ennobled art merchant. Second child of five children. From the age of 13 to 17, Saddhya was taken by his father by skycraft to several places in the Pallathantic Region, Danona, and Weshif. He reports in Remembrances of My Merchant Youth that he witnessed several hauntings in a handful of places during his youthful travels. He was accepted to several archcolleges, including the Archcollege of Johaulia. He attended the Archcollege of Aturoksha in 2370, but disappointed with the lecturers, he soon changed to the Archcollege of Vimaluna in 2371. He received honors from the archcollege and studied for several years at the Archcollege of Johaulia. He studied several scholars' works, including Bambashiryanda Pharuthajhanya. He returned to Vimaluna and completed his thesis, The Yoki Ephemera as Types of Transliminal Exhibitions in 2376. He is most well-known for Disquisition of the Proofs of Interpenetrating Worlds published in 2397.

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