This morning I opened the latest issue of the New Scientist and found myself reading that a SECOND universe is apparently out there beyond our own. I have to admit that I was, quite simply, knocked speechless. This is because, when I was talking to the Master of the Key, he said that there were universes beyond our own. However, at the time, I rejected his statement as obviously incorrect, and changed the subject.
There was, in 1998, not the slightest indication anywhere in physics or cosmology that there could be other physical universes. So when he said, “There are more galaxies in your universe than there are stars in your galaxy, and more universes in the firmament than there are galaxies in your universe,” (P.67) I listened politely and changed the subject.