Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Law of Attraction

The Law of Attraction and the Law of the Harvest (also together called the Law of Cause and Effect) is the theme of my Comic Book. I woke up today, trying to think of something to sell my comic book when it hit me.

The Law of Attraction itself!!

Here is the Law, described in simple English and in the most technical way possible (it also happens to be my favorite piece of LDS Scripture).

For aintelligence cleaveth unto intelligence; bwisdom receiveth wisdom; ctruth embraceth truth; dvirtue loveth virtue; elight cleaveth unto light; fmercy hath gcompassion on mercy and claimeth her own; hjustice continueth its course and claimeth its own; judgment goeth before the face of him who sitteth upon the throne and governeth and executeth all things.

D&C Section 88:40

The Law of Attraction is the most powerful Law in the Universe! It is by this Law, and the proper use of it, that we get anything, do anything, or be anything! My hero, the Shaper, learned the Law of Attraction when he was ten years of age. Instead of using it to get friends or girl friends, money, or fame; he used the Law to get super powers. His super powers are general, but also very powerful -- instant manifestation of what he desires. He uses his super powers for the doing of good.

On the other side, the Law provided him with a Super Villain with the same potential --> Circe the ancient Sorceress that was thwarted by Ulysses/Odysseus. Circe is a sorceress with a timeless body. She uses the Law to control how she ages. She can be a young maid, an alluring mother, or a haggard old crone. She also used it to gain powers of magic. She uses her power for Evil.

But if Circe is ever defeated, the Law will spin out other people who understands the Law, but uses their powers for Evil to balance the Shaper's capacity for Good. Through the Superhero drama and fantasy, the Law of Attraction can be explained and taught.

Target Audience: Those who want to Learn about the Law. Young teens and young adults are the main audience of the comic series. I'm thinking of turning this into a proposal for Image Comics soon. What do you all think?

1 comment:

ArkBlitz said...

Aw crap... it seems I'm not the only person to base its character's abilities in the Law of Attraction (or something similar). Fortunately my characters are copylefted too, so...

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