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20.4. The end of the world and the multiverse

It eventually stops. The world is fragmenting and expanding with increasing speed. In many trillions of years, all the particles in the universe will have drifted so far apart that they can never communicate with each other again.

The distance between the «points» in the universe has become so great, and they fly apart at such a high speed that a photon, or whatever else, cannot travel between them even at the speed of light.

On that day, there is nothing more for the Experiencer to experience. Nothing more to register or experience. No basis for further emergence.

What was already conceptualised and experienced until this situation arises is understood, finished, lived. It has become complete knowledge in the form of abstractions and also qualia about this universe that has now come to an end through its internal laws.

The day the world ends, nothing disappears, for nothing existed as something truly objective. Everything was notions, a fantasy in a spirit.

The spirit – the Experiencer – abides.

The world becomes a memory. It always was.

And what a memory!

The spirit can suddenly and at any time get a new thought of a «point», a new «distance», a new time and speed with values other than those we know.

Perhaps the Experiencer continuously gets an infinity of such tiny ideas about points, distances and whole universes that will all then be different from ours.

At the same time, all these universes will be logical, valid, livable, genuine and meaningful – because they are internally harmonious.

The sum of everything in every universe is the same, namely one. The one that everything is, the primordial «point», which can also be split into an unimaginably rich illusion with myriads of apparent contrasts and dualities, which is what we experience because we are also this.