all universes collectively; cf. multiverse n. 1
Blend or multiply the two together and you get unity, which is reality in our plane of the omniverse.
Cube Root of Conquest in Amazing Stories Oct. 17/2
He was getting the whole picture. The grand overall scheme of the omniverse.
Victims of Vortex in Amazing Stories July 33/2
It is a dream region, briefly glimpsed by the souls as they enter and depart on their short voyage back to the reality of a new incarnation in one of the dimensions that interweave the omniverse.
Ocean of Souls in Fantasy Crossroads (#15) Jan. 17/1
In the totality of the universes, the omniverse, every possibility on every level, whether subatomic, molecular, or psychic, generates its own worlds of possibility, its own universe, its own particular reality stratum.
Dramocles (1984) 138
They die all up and down the Omniverse, every timespace.
Hemingway Hoax in Asimov’s Science Fiction Apr. 156
‘It’s really lucky you have that special arm and can go to school here,’ said Sylvie. ‘So at least you can become a lawyer like your mom, if you want.’ ‘Or never go back,’ said Pink. ‘Because, like, in what omniverse would anyone go back? It’s bad enough you were born there.’
Resisters iii. 137
Rog Phillips, in Amazing Stories
Research HistoryFred Galvin located a reference to the story "The Man Who Saw the Omniverse" by Tom Cron (Nova Science Fiction #3, 2000).
Ben Ostrowsky submitted a 2020 cite from Gish Jen.
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