Chronal Cosmos

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chronal cosmos (n.)
Applies toheadspaces
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A chronal cosmos is a cosmos, metalayer, alarach, or layer cluster that exists as different timelines of the same world or worlds. They are comprised of individual chronolayers, with or without a "central" layer. They do not interleave the same way those of a polychronal layer do, but still intrinsically linked in a sense.[1]

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Chronal as an adjective is an extension of this term, and generalizes it to include sisasystems, sisasystem clusters, and clusters of headmates.

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