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Quantum Mechanics, Parallel Worlds and Meta-Realist Allegory



The latest developments in quantum mechanics, string theory, brane theory and the many other approaches which are trying to understand the universe – or multiverses – opens up fresh perspectives for meta-realist allegory and similar genres.

Since physicists are now putting forward hypotheses pointing towards an infinite number of universes co-existing within unlimited space-time dimensions, parallel worlds are becoming a “mainstream” concept. A genuine case of futuristic “fiction” becoming here and now “fact”.

This radical shift, which has been underway for more than a decade, raises some intriguing possibilities with regard to the “meta-realist” aspects of the “Zandernatis” books and “Genesis Antarctica”.

One of the problems the books have encountered is that they are not very easy to categorize since they cover so many different fields, ranging from “visionary epic” to “forbidden history” to “metaphysics”. It is an approach that perplexes many potential readers, making them uncertain if they are works of “fabulous facts” or “fabulous fable”.

Seen in the light of parallel worlds does of course mean that they can be both! In other words, somewhere, spread across the multitude of their own parallel universes, the entire saga of Zandernatis, the Feblings, the Aerauma, Gorin, the Great Battle and “The Fall” in “Paradise” actually did occur. Or still occur if we can process the concept of time being an illusion…

This allows us to see that upholding the validity of these events by so much authenticating material (the press cuttings, interview transcriptions, research, reports, etc.) gives credence to the narrative in a way that would otherwise be inconceivable. In other words, they create a palpable “parallel reality” which we can acknowledge, since in an infinitely varying multiverse, “all things are possible” and “truth is universal” whenever and wherever it may be.


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Quantum Mechanics, Parallel Worlds and Meta-Realist Allegory



The latest developments in quantum mechanics, string theory, brane theory and the many other approaches which are trying to understand the universe – or multiverses – opens up fresh perspectives for meta-realist allegory and similar genres.

Since physicists are now putting forward hypotheses pointing towards an infinite number of universes co-existing within unlimited space-time dimensions, parallel worlds are becoming a “mainstream” concept. A genuine case of futuristic “fiction” becoming here and now “fact”.

This radical shift, which has been underway for more than a decade, raises some intriguing possibilities with regard to the “meta-realist” aspects of the “Zandernatis” books and “Genesis Antarctica”.

One of the problems the books have encountered is that they are not very easy to categorize since they cover so many different fields, ranging from “visionary epic” to “forbidden history” to “metaphysics”. It is an approach that perplexes many potential readers, making them uncertain if they are works of “fabulous facts” or “fabulous fable”.

Seen in the light of parallel worlds does of course mean that they can be both! In other words, somewhere, spread across the multitude of their own parallel universes, the entire saga of Zandernatis, the Feblings, the Aerauma, Gorin, the Great Battle and “The Fall” in “Paradise” actually did occur. Or still occur if we can process the concept of time being an illusion…

This allows us to see that upholding the validity of these events by so much authenticating material (the press cuttings, interview transcriptions, research, reports, etc.) gives credence to the narrative in a way that would otherwise be inconceivable. In other words, they create a palpable “parallel reality” which we can acknowledge, since in an infinitely varying multiverse, “all things are possible” and “truth is universal” whenever and wherever it may be.


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