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..truth. I wanted to make the impossible, possible. Not that I ever really believed that would happen. I had surpassed my own expectations, and now a huge weight had been removed from my shoulders...

"And what of the nothingness?" He inquired.

"What about it?" I asked, my resolve cold.

He seemed perplexed. What was he expecting for godsake, me to turn cart­wheels on board this vessel. I huffed somewhat disappointed, which seemed to prompt him.

"You're a deep man, Mr. Crowley..." he remarked, and looked nervous in saying it.

I smiled delicately. One of those lopsided smiles. Who did he think he was dealing with: I wrote the stuff that made all of this possible, and already anticipated, in seconds what was happening. No one, be it now or the future has a greater insight into what is possible, than I do.

I gave birth to these theories; they are my babies. "It scares you, doesn't it!" I mumbled, rhetorically.

I knew from his expression, what I was saying frightened him. You see, he was desperately trying to achieve something he could never achieve.

He was here to prove the postulation wrong. To show our universe not preordained and manipulated by a preset law of determination. HE HAD READ THIS BOOK! And now tried to pursue a path, where these words and his own wouldn't match. Yet each time he opened his mouth, his own reply failed him. It proved me right, him wrong. And that's enough to scare anyone.

"Do you think people will believe what you say?" He probed.

"I neither know nor care," was my quick response.

But I did expand my retort somewhat. I explained, if he was here proving my point, then someone must have believed me, otherwise the event wouldn't be possible.

But as for the wider community, it made no difference: Some would believe, others wouldn't and a whole lot would simply remain ambivalent.

"Deep!" He rambled, almost as though he never expected that word to silently spill from his lips.

His eyes tacitly caught mine, and I exonerated the disapproval by whispering: "It's in the book, you had to say it!" If he was in any

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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