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There is a bold hypothesis that suggests the existence of a phantom universe similar to our own: “Only a very weak interaction between these two universes exists, therefore we do not see this other world that is mixed with our own.”
Revolutionary, scientific Gnosticism goes much further into this question, emphatically affirming the harmonious coexistence of an infinitude of parallel universes.
The radical exclusion of this transcendental, scientific concept would leave a considerable number of unclassified events without a logical explanation, such as mysterious disappearances, etc.
On the perfumed and delectable shores of a river, that joyfully and happily sings while gliding within the profound jungles of a tropical region of South America, a group of innocent children watched in horror as their own beloved mother disappeared. She floated in the air for a few moments, then apparently submerged herself into another dimension.
“On a summer day of 1809, Benjamin Bathurst, Ambassador of England in the court of Austria, was in a small city of Germany. His chariot stopped before an inn. The Ambassador got off the chariot and walked a few steps — the horses hid his figure for a moment. The innkeeper, the Ambassador’s servants, and some travelers who were present there did not see him again. He never reappeared.”
In these unlucky days of life, the mysterious disappearances of men, women, children, ships, airplanes, etc. are scandalously multiplying, in spite of the secret intelligence services and the marvelous radar and radio equipment that theoretically should not permit such mysteries to exist in their domain.
The concept of parallel universes is by all means more exact and more scientific than the famous, subjective “planes” of the reactionary pseudo-occultism.
A deep analysis would take us to the logical conclusion that such universes exist not only in the superior dimensions of space, but also within the submerged infra-dimensions.
It is in no way an absurdity to affirm with complete clarity that within each parallel universe exists a series of universes. Let us refer to these as atoms, molecules, particles, cells, organisms, etc.
When a universe possesses radically different constants, then it becomes totally strange and unimaginable for us. However, if the differences are not so great, interactions with our world become possible.