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Don Campbell

Member Since: Fri Aug 18, 2017
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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 - final issue
Posted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 at 02:21:28 am EDT (Viewed 412 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 - final issue
Posted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 at 01:14:40 am EDT (Viewed 391 times)

    And the splash page with the Eternities is all the proof I need to know I'm right. That told us there were 7 iterations of Eternity including the First Firmament and the current Eternity representing iteration seven and eight.

    And I'll state it again...that splash page SHOWED US THE NUMBER OF ETERNITIES.

The splash page (by which I think you mean pages 26-27) shows the Multiverses Assembled. To be more precise, it showed us the First Firmament (who is NOT a multiverse) being confronted by six Multiverses and mentioned one multiverse who was missing. One universe and seven multiverses makes a total of eight cosmoses. The Second is the Second Cosmos who was the first of the multiverses, The Fourth is the multiverse who is missing from the assembly, The Fifth is the Dark Cosmos of deep magic where the evil wizard Mor-I-Dun originated, The Sixth is where Galan of Taa was born, The Seventh is Infinity (Eternity's sister-self who is now a separate entity from her brother-self since his death) and The Eighth is the reborn Eternity himself.

    Explanation #1: There was one universe and seven multiverses which together made eight cosmoses. This is what you have been saying. All you have to do to make this true is admit that the First Firmament and the ghost of the Shaper of Worlds were both wrong when they claimed that the Eternity who died and his reborn self were both the seventh and eighth MULTIVERSES because a universe can never be a multiverse.

So, this explanation is pretty much what you've been saying, right?

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