Welcome! This site is dedicated to the legendary works of Surak, the fictitious character created by Gene Roddenberry and Arthur Heinemann for the episode The Savage Curtain in the original Star Trek series and continued in subsequent series. References to Surak’s writings can be found in episodes of every Star Trek series and numerous licensed spin-off novels. For decades, enthusiasts of Vulcan culture have envisioned these writings from the Father of Logic and longed to read more than a few passing, albeit influential, quotes. It is undoubtedly presumptuous to create these works here, yet I do so with the utmost respect to Star Trek’s original creator and subsequent creators who have followed in his footsteps. Here, I add my own footprints in the sand. To read Surak’s words — in Golic Vulcan and in English — click on the Analects tabs above.
The Vulcan enthusiast may also enjoy the posts here on various aspects of Vulcan culture. I’ve made a substantial effort to analyze and incorporate canon and licensed sources — as well as those offered by other Vulcan “creators.” As always, I welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions. If you have a question or facet of Vulcan culture you would like me to research and develop, please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I enjoy a good challenge! I’m heavily involved in several projects, so it may take me a few days to respond, but I will get back to you.
Other Vulcan sites you might enjoy include:
http://korsaya.org/ (Project for the Preservation of Vulcan Language & Culture)
http://vuhlkansu-daily.tumblr.com/ (Vulhkansu Daily)
http://www.thekolinahrmuseum.com/ (The Kolinahr Museum of Vulcan Culture)
http://www.starbase-10.de/vld/ (The Vulcan Language Dictionary)
http://home.comcast.net/~markg61/vlif.htm (The Vulcan Language Institute)
Sarlah nash-veh dvin-tor,
Disclaimer: This is a work of fan fiction. Every effort is made to reference original works, where known, along with a humble nod of appreciation.
Star Trek is owned by CBS/Paramount. Text Copyright Kerry A. FitzGerald 2011-2016.