Conceptions Of Infinity Within Your Endless Adventure — Part 01

Maxwell Akin
6 min readNov 30, 2023

Our goal, with this essay, is to explore three new conceptions of the endless.

Or, perhaps, “conceptions of infinity,” if you prefer.

Right after that, though, we are going to explore a unique conception of adventure.

Our unique conception of adventure is rooted within these conceptions of the endless.

So, with that in mind, let’s begin exploring!

Conception 01: The Infinity Within Eternity

Our first conception of the endless is less of a single conception and more of a network.

A network of unique conceptions.

Every single node within this network is rooted within eternity.

Or, more specifically, the concept of eternity.

Just as an example of what we’re discussing, one conception, within this network, is a “super eternity.”

Right within a “super eternity,” you can find an infinite number of eternities.

Every single one of these eternities is sculpted from infinite time.

And, every single super eternity contains infinite eternities, each of which is a body of infinite time.

Yet another example is a “greater eternity,” which is infinite super eternities, each one within the same body.

And, well, it just keeps going and growing, evolving and expanding, becoming bigger and more and more vast; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

You can pair this concept with, say, plexing.

Just as an example of the above, you might have 100,000,000,000 super eternities. And, if you plex that, you get a number that is 100,000,000,000, followed by that number of zeroes.

Every single…item, as it were, that comprises this collection of super eternities, is composed of infinite eternities.

You can go into each eternity for infinite time, moving through infinite space — and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum — and, of course, never reach the end of a single eternity, much less a super eternity.

The reason for the above is quite simple: an eternity is infinite time and, as such, there are no endings or limits.

Or, rather, there are limits, but no tangible endings, in any genuine sense of the world.

Just to clarify a further example, you can move through a single infinite space within an infinite space within an infinite space — ad infinitum — within an infinite floor within an infinite section within an infinite passage — ad infinitum — within an infinite library.

And, if you go into this floor, and move through infinite bodies of space, each one rich with shelves and computers and books and all manner of other things, across every single infinitely divided second, for infinite super eternities or greater eternities — ad infinitum — then you would still never, ever, reach the end of this single space.

Or, alternatively, you can go through an infinite quantity of books within infinitely divided seconds, within that library, across infinite bodies of super eternities and, in doing so, you will never reach the end.

Even if you went into the infinite chains clarified above — “infinite space within an infinite space,” for example — for those bodies of time, through infinite speeds and rates of movement, you would never reach the end.

Conception 02: The Infinity Of Organization

Our second conception of the endless is rooted within organization.

Or, more specifically, an infinitude of systems, frameworks, methodologies — ad infinitum — that are rooted within organization and division and arrangement; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Our second conception, then, is to imagine that there is a system that grows, generates, produces, contains — ad infinitum — a neverending wealth of organization, division, and arrangement-based — ad infinitum — systems and frameworks and methodologies; ad infinitum.

Some examples of what we are talking about are as follows:

  • Lists.
  • Essays.
  • Libraries.
  • Files.
  • Labels.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Every single one of these systems — we’ll just use that as our primary descriptor, for now — arises from this rather peculiar system that generates, grows, and contains — ad infinitum — an infinite abundance of books.

Right within each book, there lies an infinite number of systems across infinite pages, volumes, sections, spaces, chapters — ad infinitum — all of which is used to explore and create and clarify and dive into — ad infinitum — a particular concept or idea or world; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Just as an example, you might find an infinite series of infinite lists, within one section within a section — ad infinitum — of a particular book.

Right within this list, there are infinite adventures and types of adventures — ad infinitum — clarified within its spaces.

And, yet, within this list, there are also essays and articles and, perhaps, more obscure mediums and forms — ad infinitum — such as image-matrices that contain infinite multiverses with infinite libraries containing infinite books of infinite adventures and quests — ad infinitum — and, well, you get the idea.

Even if you went through a single space within a section within a passage — ad infinitum — within a list, for infinite bodies of super eternities or greater eternities — ad infinitum — you would never reach the end, or any limits; ad infinitum.

On another note, if you went through the above, but for 100,000,000,000,000,000 bodies of 100,000,000,000,000,000 years, plexed to itself that number of times, you would still never reach the end.

Conception 03: A Vast Symbolic Language

Our third, and final, conception is no more, and no less, than a language.

A language sculpted from an infinite sea of sensation.

Right within this sea of sensation, and emanating from it, there is an infinite alphabet.

Our infinite alphabet is used to shape, contain, and structure a truly infinite wealth of infinities.

Just as an example, one particular symbol serves as both a representation, and container of, an infinite quantity of items or entities — ad infinitum — pertaining to a particular concept.

Given the flexibility of this symbol, that particular concept might be, say, an infinite library and infinite numbers of infinite spaces within that library.

Or, for that matter, infinite books or infinite software or, well, you get the idea; ad infinitum.

Yet another example is a symbol that contains, across an infinite wealth of recursions and fractals — ad infinitum — infinite symbolic structures and languages, each of which contains, and generates, infinite infinities and infinite quantities and bodies — ad infinitum — that transcend all conceptions of infinity and eternity; ad infinitum.

Our third, and final, example is a symbol that contains infinite books; it is rooted within one’s exploration of an infinite library.

You can go into this symbol for infinite eternities and super eternities — ad infinitum — and never reach the end of the infinite quantities and super quantities — ad infinitum; a super quantity is a body with infinite numbers of infinite quantities; ad infinitum — books within one space or section or element — ad infinitum — of this symbol and its internal structure.

And, if you went through an infinite number of these symbols, each one comprising a vast, infinite tapestry of symbols and systems that organize them — ad infinitum — through, and across, infinite eternities and super eternities and greater eternities — ad infinitum — you would never, ever, reach the end, or any limits, to the books within this single space within an infinite library; ad infinitum.

Even if you went through infinite quantities and super quantities — ad infinitum — of these symbols or, perhaps, a neverending wealth of quantity structures rooted within fractal and recursive systems and aesthetics — ad infinitum — containing and generating — ad infinitum — these books, you would still never, ever reach the end.

Conclusion

Our first part of this essay duology has concluded.

And, now, we are moving onto part two.

Right before we sign off, you can find, within the second part, an exploration of adventure.

Our exploration of adventure is rooted within the conceptions outlined right above.

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Maxwell Akin

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