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The Omniverse

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Last updated: JAN. 4, 2020

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In the Astronic cosmology, The Omniverse is an appellation denoting the Cometanic belief orientation upholding the notion that there exists an infinite amount of cosmoses within The Universe due to The Universe's own infinite nature and is therefore distinguished from that which is known as The Multiverse.

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

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