Where is Faery? Does it appear like Brigadoon every 100 years? No, it overlays Reality just the way Reality underlies Hard Drugs. Like Cyberspace, which exists only in imagination but flows through physics, Faery is real, except physics applies in Faery only when everyone present agrees that it does. Faery exists just as Fiction does, except it lives by mutual consent not of the readers, but of believers who nail their suspenders of disbelief to the World Tree Yggdrassill, right beside the runes that surround the electric lime Jell-O.
The Twilight Lounge exists in a separate dimension, not actually in Faery, as those of the mythological persuasion believe, nor Cyberspace despite the presence of the KELVIN, yet further away than just beyond the projection room wall in the Café O’Lay, day and night spot of Due Now, SC.
It’s not even part of the HyperDimension where the mind goes out-of-body or some just go out-of-mind, aka Head Diving, Has-Been Depot, Hell’s Detention, or just Hard Drugs for those who can’t handle Reality
Let me explain what Faery is. Reality is the perceived interface of the Four Multiverses: what you call Reality is the Accumulated Perspective of the Multitude, HyperDimension is where imagination flows along with chemistry, and Cyberspace is where imagination flows along with physics. Faery is imagination flowing around chemistry and physics through the quantum depths of the Collective Unconscious.
There are rumored dimensions of Calculus, much like the domain of the Mathemagician where Milo negotiated for the return of Rhyme and Reason, and Academia where training is all and results are none, where beings pray to the Muse to deliver them from the horned and tailed bearer of Death, the Count of Accountability, a scythe-bearing skeleton who drains the red blood to fashion it into blackened, dried representations of causes, effects, analyses, and responses.
In Faery, the spark between two separated quarks charms the strange landscape, colors and flavors the neurons and lets the mind spin in just the right angle to do the timewarp shuffle and take that step to the left to see the wonder of “what if” and “I wish.”
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