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Tetradimensionality

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Tetradimensionality - also referred to as tetradimensionalism, in Astronic cosmology, refers to the notion that there exists four perceptual dimensions to The Cosmos; that which can be known, that which cannot, and that which can be seen, and that which cannot.

The Obserable Cosmos

The Unobservable Cosmos

The Knowable Cosmos

The Unknowable Cosmos

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