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The Multiverse

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Last updated: JAN. 4, 2020

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In the Astronic cosmology, The Multiverse is a belief orientation opposed to the existence of The Omniverse holding that there exists a multitude yet only a finite amount of cosmoses within The Universe. This is rejected as part of Astronist belief due to its apparent denial of the infinite nature of The Universe.

The Multiverse - the notion and belief of the existence of a finite number of cosmoses being part of The Universe as opposed to there existing an infinite amount of cosmoses which is upheld by The Omniverse; related terms are multiversal, multiversally, and multiversality.

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