a space or realm of being consisting of a number of universes, of which our own universe is only one
And, it must be remembered, that in the great multiverse they were a mere scattering of seeds; seeds that must survive many elements if they were to grow.
Yet within it there were many things, many intelligences who did not realise they dwelt in a multiverse since, within itself, it was comprised of many universes, each one separated from the other by dimensions, like leaves between the layers.
There are certain devices we invented when we were learning to shift our city through the dimensions—sensors and the like which can probe the various layers of the multiverse.
‘Numbers’…has parallels to the multiverse of Stranger Suns.
Add in the slippery concept of the Multiverse, and all Moorcock’s works could considered as parts of one vast opus.
I had the feeling I had given birth to something that was almost beyond my own power, bigger than anything I could ever have imagined or created from scratch. Partly that’s the detail of it—you've got a very detailed multiverse.
Suddenly there was insight. He could treat it as a single object existing simultaneously at all levels in a multiverse.
I used to be a citizen of the world, but now I'm a citizen of the multiverse.
Everyday life is an infinite branching mazeway set in the multiverse.
A battle below threatens the fabric of the multiverse, a battle directed by Gaynor and at the very heart of his family’s destiny.
Heath Ledger is already rumoured for Luther, the white-haired, psi-powered hero who leaps parallel universes to stop the evil Disruptors from causing chaos and destroying the fabric of the multiverse.
M. Moorcock in Science Fiction Adventures
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