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chronolayer (n.)
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A chronolayer is any variety of layer, cosmos, metalayer, or alarach, that exists as an alternate-timeline, past- or future- version of another layer or separate innerworld, and is called a chronolayer of that original layer. Chronolayers do not have to be connected in any way to their "original" layer, but often are.[1]

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Chronolayers do not have to be single layers; they can be metalayers, cosmoses, or any variety of alarach.

Polychronal layers are semi-similar, but involve multiple timelines or overlapping realities in one layer.

A chronal cosmos is a collection of chronolayers (of each other) forming a single cosmos or layer cluster.

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