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That I can [move] is thanks to the existence of the Fourth Dimensional Axis.

That I can [make choices] is thanks to the existence of the Fifth Dimensional Axis.

That I can talk to [you] is thanks to the existence of the Sixth Dimensional Axis.

Common Laws (Definition)

Law of Degrees

Dimension doesn't refer in this context to the [size of the world], but rather to the [degree of freedom of that world].

Both the First and the Seventh Dimensions have the same number of elements in them, so the only differences between them are the several [degrees of freedom they allow].

The elements within each dimension are called [Degrees], and they are as defined in the list below:

  1. X
  2. Y
  3. Z
  4. T
  5. I (if)
  6. C (collective consciousness)
  7. W (Worlds)

In the case of the Degrees where we can't move freely, we won't be able to see them in a continuous way due to possessing a viewpoint equal to the one of that dimension. Therefore, we can't do more than see a particular instant of it.

Also, while the Degrees where we can't move freely have their own [meaning], the Degrees where we can move freely don't have such meanings.

To give an example in the tridimensional world where we live in order to make this easier to understand, the Degrees where we can move freely are Degrees 1 to 3, but the meanings to its three elements X, Y and Z aren't considered, and instead we use them as elements to determine a point in the place we call [space].

Replacing X, Y or Z with each other would have next to no adverse effects to us, so their meaning as elements is left ambiguous.

However, in the case of the Degrees 4 to 7, where we don't have any freedom, they have a definite [meaning], and it's thanks in a good part to them having a definite purpose that we can influence the way we live.

This would be the same case if we looked at Y and Z Degrees from a First Dimensional viewpoint, as that would give meaning to both of these degrees.

However, that meaning would be different from the [direction] and [orthogonal axis relative to X] they hold for us.

This is because no matter how much the X-direction line that is the First Dimension gets bent or warped, its free direction will still continue to be X.

Law of Resemblance

The Law of Resemblance stipulates that there is always a resemblance between all n-Dimensions and n+1-Dimensions.

Basically, this means that the effects caused by the n+1-Dimension on the n-Dimension will affect all the Dimensions in the same manner.

Since we are life forms whose acknowledgment ability is limited to the Third Dimension, we are unable to oversee the world of the Fourth Dimension and upwards.

However, since we are able to feel in a [definite way] what effects the Fourth Dimension could cause on us, we get the feeling that we may be able to understand the Fourth Dimension a little.

While the Law of Resemblance applies to all possible phenomena, we will give two practical examples of it below.

The first example is the folding of the dimensions.

Within the n+1-Dimension, the n-Dimension can be processed to produce a pseudo-n+1-Dimensional object.

Basically, it's like being able to make a cube from taking a paper sheet, and cutting and folding it.

While its Second-Dimensional form would be one similar to a [square box], if we took a lap around that [square box] with a Second-Dimensional viewpoint, we would be able to confirm it indeed has a [square] shape.

This same principle can also be applied to the Fourth Dimension.

If we unfold a Fourth-Dimensional cube (Tesseract), it would become a Third-Dimensional one. Its form would become similar to a group of [square box]-like cubes joined together.

Naturally, since we have a Third-Dimensional viewpoint, we wouldn't be able to see how that cube cluster bends [in the T-Axis]. However, holders of a Fourth-Dimensional viewpoint would be able to see it.

The second example is the passage through the dimensions.

If an object from a n+1-Dimension passed through a n-Dimension, it would seem to the inhabitants of the n-Dimension as if it appeared out of nowhere, and that it disappeared into nothingness.

For example, if a sphere passes through a Second-Dimensional surface, a large circle would suddenly gush forth over the Second-Dimensional surface, it would gradually increase in size, and then it would start shrinking until it vanished entirely.

Similarly, if a Fourth-Dimensional sphere passes through the Third-Dimensional world, a [point] would suddenly appear in space, which would gradually grow until it became a sphere, and then it would shrink down to become a point, and go on until it disappeared.

This has a considerable impact on why we grow old and why physical objects break apart with the passage of time.

[Perfectime] objects?

A completely straight line (where its coordinates are X≠0, Y=0, Z=0, T=0, and its corners are free to go in any directions, but it has no folds or curves) can be recognized as the perfect form in First-Dimensional space.

A completely level plane (where its coordinates are X≠0, Y≠0, Z=0, T=0, and its corners are free to go in any directions, but it has no folds or curves) can be recognized as the perfect form in Second-Dimensional space.

A completely ○○ tridimensional object (where its coordinates are X≠0, Y≠0, Z≠0, T=0, and its corners are free to go in any directions, but it has no folds or curves) can be recognized as the perfect form in Third-Dimensional space.

...It would be natural to write these three conditions are natural, as they all follow the Law of Dimensional Resemblance.

However, while we can easily imagine the First and Second-Dimensional ones (the former two), we can't do the same for the Third-Dimensional one.

We can't even say that there is a Third-Dimensional equivalent of the [straight line] in the first place.

The shapes that appear in the space we are unable to acknowledge are impossible to imagine with our common sense, so it's natural the words for expressing such shapes don't exist.

For now, we have taken to refer to such shapes as [perfectime] objects (please excuse us for it sounding so foolish). [Perfectime] refers to a tridimensional object whose Fourth Axis coordinates are a complete zero.

By the way, while the [completely] adjectives might draw anyone to think that these are the most natural shapes existing in each dimension, the reality is actually the opposite: such shapes never actually occur in the natural world.

You might be thinking, [But what about the many solid objects existing in Third-Dimensional space!? Desks and boxes are perfect Third-Dimensional shapes, and you're saying they have nothing mysterious like dimensional changes!?]

But they all actually have depth thanks to their Fourth-Dimensional direction. This will be explained in more detail in the section about the Fourth Dimension.

Explaining the Dimensions

0-Dimension: Dot World

In the 0-Dimension, there are no degrees of freedom. X and all elements above it (seem to) are moving in a specific direction and at a specific speed.

Therefore, while in the 0-Dimension X, Y and Z each have their own meanings, we Third-Dimensional beings have no way of knowing what these meanings are.

This is similar to the fact that the fourth length is called the [Time Axis] by us, but it would lose such meaning if we looked at it from the viewpoint of the Fourth-Dimensional people.

First and Second Dimensions: Line World and Surface World

The properties of these dimensions are pretty much the same we explained in the entry for the [Law of Resemblance].

These are the dimensions easiest to imagine for us, as they are also the ones we're most familiar with.

However, the Second Dimension may be able or unable to move in a specific direction through the Z-Axis (this doesn't mean that a Z-Axis with a particular direction actually exists in it though). Due to this, it's possible that a Third-Dimensional object may pass through it (if we look at it through the perspective of each dimension), which would appear and cause [changes] in the Second-Dimensional space.

Third Dimension: Tridimensional World

The world we can acknowledge, and the one we live in.

While it might be easier to think that the dimensions from 0 to the Second are subordinate to our world due to being comprised in it, in actuality all dimensions have equal rank to each other.

In reality, regardless of how small we might try to make a piece of substance (for example: a quark) on a flat plane, it won't be possible to make it appear on the Second-Dimensional space due to the fact it has depth.

Therefore, the Third Dimension is the Third Dimension, and thus it has nothing like a master-servant relationship with the Second Dimension.

To us beings who live in the Third Dimension, the point of greatest interest is the existence that is the closest to us, yet one in which we cannot move freely: the Fourth Axis.

We call it the [Time Axis], but from a more objective point of view, we still wonder what exactly it is.

As for the reason we call the Fourth Axis the [Time Axis], it's solely because to us, it's an Axis that is always on a [linear motion] state.

That is to say that time only advances and can never be rewound. Even though its passage might accelerate and decelerate leniently (according to the General Theory of Relativity), the T-Axis is always increasing in size.

However, it's possible for Fourth Axis that have no [linear motion] to exist.

They do exist, theoretically speaking. However, each Fourth Axis will be different for each Third-Dimensional space it has locked inside it (each different world).

Since we just took our lack of freedom for moving through the T-Axis, gave it the law of [linear motion] and called it [Time] in our Third-Dimensional space, there may be other Third-Dimensional spaces where the T-Axis has [cyclic movement], or even [Brownian movement] instead.

If that's the case, then the Fourth Axis shouldn't be called the [Time] in these spaces.

But if that's true, it might be common for the inhabitants of these Third-Dimensional spaces to be growing old to then grow young, and then grow old to grow young again... in a loop that will repeat eternally.

For us, it's normal [to think that there might be aliens in space, but it's next to impossible for them to look like us], and [to think there might be planets in space that are like Earth, but it's next to impossible for them to have the same shape as our Earth].

Likewise, even if there are Fourth Axis in the [Third-Dimensional spaces different from ours'], it's next to impossible for them to move in the exact same way as the one existing in our Third-Dimensional space.

Fourth Dimension: Time World

There is something dreamy about an expression like Fourth-Dimensional space, but in reality it isn't so much of a dream.

That is because most of the reasons we have to say that the Fourth-Dimensional space is [dreamy] are actually the forte of the next dimension: the [Fifth-Dimensional space].

For example, if we had full freedom to traverse the Fourth-Dimensional space, we would be able to go back to the past and take different choices... or at least that is what is said.

There are several people that would want to escape their predicaments by doing this.

However, since they would be redoing their choices blindly, the most likely outcome would be that they would repeat the same fate endlessly.

The only way in which this can be solved completely is by traversing the Fifth-Dimensional space.

So well, what does exist within the Fourth-Dimensional space?

We have examples of it with the existence of Fourth-Dimensional objects in our world.

A Fourth-Dimensional object is basically an object? that aside of unfolding in the XYZ planes, it also unfolds in the T-Axis.

So what kind of thing could be the Fourth-Dimensional equivalent of a tridimensional object?

Fourth-Dimensional objects have nothing special about them, as we are actually Fourth-Dimensional beings ourselves.

It might be easier to understand with this example:

Let's suppose that there is a rose blooming in Second-Dimensional space. To make it easier to imagine, let's suppose that it's actually a movie depicting a rose in a vase from the time it blooms to the time it withers away.

If we arrange every single 1 milli-unit in the T-Axis that we consider as every single frame in that movie, we would be able to make a continuous tridimensional model of the rose from the time it blooms to when it withers.

If we fixated on this model and made its XY-Dimensional space head to the T-Axis at a uniform speed, the rose would bloom and wither away. (Law of Transdimensional Passage).

And according to the Law of Dimensional Resemblance, this would also apply to the Fourth and Third Dimensions.

Theoretically speaking, we would also be Fourth-Dimensional beings from the time we're ovules to when we are cremated after death (though in actuality it would be far before and before after either of these times).

That would be a Fourth-Dimensional movie with tridimensional proportions that advances at ∞ fps in direction to the T-Axis (no, it's not 3D, but a 4D movie!).

Therefore, if we had [Fourth-Dimensional eyes], we would be able to see [our entire lives] as it they were [objects].

From our various pasts, passing through our present point in time (a specific point that has the XYZT coordinates), to even [just a single pattern] of our several futures, we would be able to see them all as an [object].

However, the [just a single pattern] is the problematic part here.

This [single pattern] means that even if you could move in any direction through the Fourth-Dimensional space defined by the coordinates XYZT, it would change it into [another different pattern], which has a completely different shape from the original one.

To be more specific, the object we call [our entire lives] exists as a single point, and if it was moved even a single millimeter in the X-Axis, that [our entire lives] would change in its entirety.

However, it's impossible to predict what kind of changes such an act would bring about from the Fourth-Dimensional space.

The only way to oversee these changes would be in Fifth-Dimensional space, which will be explained next.

Fifth Dimension: Possibilities World

Now, let us try moving one micron in any given Axis a specific substance defined by the XYZT coordinates.

Doing this would cause a change in the I-Axis, which is the Fifth Axis.

We're always moving through the T-Axis regardless of our disposition to doing so, so it's inevitable that we'll also continue moving to another point through the I-Axis as a consequence.

Unlike the T-Axis, the I-Axis doesn't have [linear motion] qualities. Instead, it would be more accurate to state that it has qualities similar to that of the [Brownian motion].

While it has in common with the T-Axis that they are both points through which we can't move freely, that is where their similarities end.

All this might sound difficult, but there is a way to explain it in a simple manner.

On the next instant after you read this, if you raise your right hand or if you refuse to do so, either way you will end moving through the I-Axis in completely different directions.

The new coordinate added in this dimension, the [I-Axis], has the property of being an Axis that will unfold depending on the elements you take from now on (and naturally, the fact that XYZT continue from the δ moment right before is a condition that must be met for [the elements to be taken on]).

And we indeed say [you]. However, the decisions you make by your will aren't all the possibilities that exist to the world.

The details will be explained further in the section about the Sixth Dimension, but suffice to say for now that in the Fifth Dimension, there is a definite [individual]: [you].

To explain a little more, we could say that up to the Fifth Dimension, all the dimensions are related to the [individual], and said [individual] is no more than an element in the Sixth Axis.

If we had [Fifth-Dimensional eyes], we would be able to oversee every single possibility of our actions from the time we were born as if they were matter.

If you really focused your sight, you would see a tree-shaped diagram spreading through your body, where some branches would be interrupted, signifying you died in them, and others would grow to a great length.

Like we said previously in the section about the Fourth Dimension, there is something of a dreamy quality about the Fifth Dimension, which is precisely its nature about the multiple possibilities that can occur to anyone.

By overseeing the Fifth Dimension, we can see all the possible results for all the times in which we made an [If] decision during the course of our entire lives.

However, this Fifth Axis is the source for everything: the tree diagram in your body, the diagrams in other people, and the state of the land, and as such, they would become completely different tree diagrams by making a δ motion in any direction in the XYZTI coordinates.

Sixth Dimension: Collectivity World

So far, all dimensions have only dealt with the material world (the D-Wave world), but from the Sixth Dimension onwards, we must also keep on mind the spiritual world (H-Wave world).

First, we must explain the [Qualia] concept.

Since the world is structured in such a complicated way, it's impossible for humans to comprehend it in its entirety.

That also applies to the [Qualia Theory] we are about to explain, which wasn't made to explain the world's dimensions in an absolute manner, but rather it is like the Newton's motion laws, which [allows to define something based on a hypothesis].

The Qualia Theory is based on the Qualia concept, so it also uses the Qualia as its standard method for explaining the dimensions.

While it's quite far away from its original meaning, Qualia is defined under this context as [individual consciousness]. Actually, it can be accurately summarized as the Qualia being the personal Soulspace address each living being has.

Up to the Fifth Dimension, all the dimensions allowed only to observe the Qualia of an individual being.

Since the Qualia is near-synonymous with the individual, the highest dimension that can be observed as much as one wants with their [own individual will] is the Fifth Dimension.

And humans (or any other sort of life form) are completely unable to look at anything in an objective way. This is because they want to exist in a 100% as the being they call "themselves", and thus they look at everything at the world in way relative to their own selves.

It is for these reasons that the Sixth and higher dimensions may be extremely hard to understand.

The Sixth Dimension can very easily change the Fifth Dimension's Possibility World.

That means that similarly to how moving even a single micron in the Fifth Dimensional Axis (I-Axis) the [my life's 4D model] we established in the explanation about the Fourth Dimension will completely change its form, the [5D model where I learn about all my possible lives] existing in the Fifth Axis can be very easily made to change its shape by the Sixth Dimensional Axis (C-Axis).

Moreover, this would be outside of the individual consciousness category, so it would be caused by [another person's consciousness].

Indeed, the Sixth Axis derived from Qualia Dimension Theory stipulates there is a boundary line between the [self] and the [others]. Putting it in the roughest way possible, we could say that [the other people's Soulspaces are the Sixth Axis itself].

To give a realistic example that would make this extremely easy to understand, let's suppose you walk 10 meters straight, and while you do that, another person runs into you from the side. You may avoid them or you may not.

That isn't something that can be controlled by the Fifth Dimension. This is because it isn't possible to know in the Fifth Dimension when, where and how [another person] will interfere with you.

Therefore, moving through the Sixth Axis (C-Axis) isn't something you can freely control through a single Qualia regardless of how much effort you put into it. This has nothing to do with having or lacking the power to do so, but rather because it's not physically possible.

No matter how extremely advanced technologies you get to understand, since the C-Axis flies about wildly and moves in an extremely random way (it moves similarly to the waveforms for white noise) where no control method could ever prove effective, it's impossible to manipulate it.

In order to control it, it would be necessary for you to get out from the Qualia you know as [yourself] and become a being that can oversee it. Indeed, such are the Seventh-Dimensional beings: the ones who hold the ability called Oversight.

Seventh Dimension: Multiverse-Connected World

If we become able to control the C-Axis of the Sixth Dimension, we would be able to see the entirety of the creation in this single [world] with no impediments.

This would enable us to see unimpeded the infinite existing possibilities of "a single Qualia", and furthermore, it would allow us to see as well the infinite to the infinity power of existing possibilities of that same Qualia being "interfered by other Qualia".

In the universe, the matter and waves are all [constructed as a result of something]. And if we to say [what they are the result of], we would say they are the result of the H-Waves: in other words, they were constructed by [Wills].

In this universe, all clumps of something that exist below the universe itself (EXA_PICO), including the galaxies, star systems and planets, all lodge Wills. Even these clumps themselves are the result of being constructed by their respective Wills.

If we use that perspective, it becomes extremely easy to understand [how the material world is a product of feelings].

Indeed, the world's generator itself is the H-Waves, as the H-Waves are what create D-Waves (matter).

In other words, the Qualia Dimension Theory can be taken as the personification of a world structure that treats Soulspaces and H-Waves as its basis, and summarized as a world (D-Waves) seen from the viewpoint of its creator system (H-Waves).

By the way, to oversee the Seventh Dimension, it would be necessary for an eighth dimension to exist. When seen from an eighth dimension, it would be possible to see these Seventh-Dimensional worlds from outside of what we typically call a [World].

When this is done, we would be able to see the worlds interfering with each other, and affecting each other through a framework even larger than anything else.

To give a concrete example, we would be able to see the Big Bang universe where our Earth is located, and the EXA_PICO universe where Ra Ciela is located carrying out magnificent interferences with each other.

However, such events go completely beyond human comprehension, so we can't know or calculate what kind of events these would be. It is due to this that the Seventh Dimension is the highest numbered dimension defined by the Qualia Dimension Theory.

However, since the universe is actually fractal-shaped, there is an infinite number of higher dimensions existing aside of the ones we know.

Space-Time Angles

This is a theory that gives the existence of the Seven Dimensions a practical use: the [Space-Time Angles].

It's supposed to be a cruising technique for heading to other worlds that have achieved a certain angle, but while normal angles possess an access to different Sixth-Dimensional spaces, it's not possible to detect them due to them having completely different waveforms and being ruled by different laws.

However, there are cases in which we could collide into Sixth-Dimensional spaces that have similar characteristics to our own, so if a tight collision membrane could be established over the Space-Time Angle, it would be possible to warp between both spaces.

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