"What begins, ends.
What is born, dies.
All that is made can be un-made.
Dark has no meaning without light,
And for all living things
there is the final
―"Life's Memories by Soshu Londahl[src]

Soshu Londahl was an Ithorian author. Londahl wrote "Life's Memories" which was published in his anthology "Lyrical Metaphysics: Ode on an Odon" by Coruscani Publishing. It was later quoted by San Herrera and Nia Reston in their paper also named "Life's Memories."

Behind the scenesEdit

Soshu Londahl was mentioned in Life Memories, an article published in 2003 as a tie in to the Living Force adventure Excursion. Soshu Londahl was mentioned in the article Supernatural Encounters: The Trial and Transformation of Arhul Hextrophon, however the article was never officially published. The related information that was to be published in the article is outlined below.

Soshu Londahl was a noted poet and a nihilist, purported to be the true creator a famed holoshort, The Fourth Precept. While various groups attributed the film to various sources, including Omar Berenko, Felloux, and Asenec, it was ultimately recognized as a work produced by Londahl by the Historical Council in the wake of the Second Galactic Civil War. Depicting a creation myth that attributed the start of life as a product of conflict, the holoshort was very well liked by Human audiences. Londahl was known to have been a member of the Liberty Builders, a secret society associated with the Order of the Canted Circle.[1]


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