The Conjunction of the Million Spheres

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Described by Orland Fank. 'A time of great changes on all the planes. When the planes intersect at specific points in their history. When our normal perception of Time and of Space becomes meaningless and when it is possible for radical alterations to be made in the nature of reality itself.'

According to Una Persson in The End of All Songs, 'There's a theory that the conjunction comes when too much random activity occurs in the multiverse. It suggests that the multiverse is, in fact, finite – that it can only sustain so many continua – and when the maximum number of continua is attained, a complete re‑organization takes place. The multiverse puts its house in order, as it were.'

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