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Hypothetical model: trying to find it

After years of collecting evidence, or Baco's fragments, we will try to outline the founding model of the unifying theory or simply "The model".

We will begin with a first classification of the fragments based on the correlations associated with them and the way in which these are perceivable in our fourth-dimensional (time dependent) system.

Classification of fragments

The fragments are parts that tend to fill the space-time and to join together to create what becomes the reality perceived by the living (and who presume to be such). Reality in and of itself does not exist but is only a perception, an interpretation of this aggregation of fragments

(Note: this scale of classification is my work and therefore confutable and modifiable also on the basis of new revelations).

Type 10: emotional perceptions

Almost every individual at birth has the natural ability to perceive type 10 fragments.
Since birth we are receptors of emotions. The first inprinting is given by emotional or kinesthetic fragments.
The first correlations are between fragments that contain component 10.
For example, an infant seeing a threatening expression feels fear and cries. He feels a change in his physiological state and feels discomfort that he manifests with screams or cries. When he regains his balance, he smiles.

This leads to seeing the first natural correlation between emotions and senses.

Type 9: sensory perceptions

The second fragments that we are able to perceive are the sensory ones, the type 9.

Hearing, smell, touch, sight and taste represent the first point of entry into the perception of our reality. This reality is therefore strongly conditioned by the quantity of fragments we possess. The different capacities of each of us therefore generate different realities or different projections of the model.
Since the fragments are strongly correlated with each other, the visions of the different realities tend to converge towards the dominant ones.

Type 8: extrasensory perceptions

What man believes to be the famous sixth sense is nothing more than the perception of type 8 fragments that are space fragments.

A fragment can correlate with its counterpart present in a different spatial point. It may happen that the correlation is so strong that the spatial distance is as zeroed.
An observer who possesses fragments of this kind in himself could perceive things or events that occur elsewhere with the same certainty as if he were actually in that place.

Type 7: extratemporal perceptions

The type 7 fragments are the dreamlike and divinatory ones that appear in the subconscious world and are abstracted from the real world as we know it. These must be distinguished from common dreams because they are real perceptions of something that has been, is or will be and whose existence was, is, or will be, verifiable.
Type 7 fragments are correlated with others that belong to a different time instant.
Being the model of the multidimensional Baco, in its own reference system there is no time for how we observe and perceive it. For this reason a fragment with component 7 exists simultaneously with its counterpart although for us the time instant is perceived as different.

This makes it possible to perceive past or future things or events.

Type 6: collective consciousness

Fragments with component 6 resides into the mental forces and energies that are transmitted between one individual to another without formal communication or interaction.
These fragments correlate in space-time and represent a first trace of collective consciousness that links past, present and future existences and preserves a kind of latent memory.

With them we arrive at a limit beyond which identification becomes a very rare event.

Extra-life fragments

Fragments of type 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 are only perceived as existing but our human conditions do not allow us to understand them and accept them.

Type 5: material manipulation

The type 5 fragment is related to matter, its states and its continuous transformation. Who possesses these fragments is able to manipulate the matter.

Have you ever seen anyone bend an iron spoon with the power of thought? I do not, but surely this being must possess in itself many fragments of type 5 and use them. More than the term "use" it should be said that it manages to correlate them with other homologous fragments.

Theoretically, the perception of the lower levels transcends the death of the body in which our matter will become energy.

Type 4: energy manipulation

The type 4 fragment is related to energy and its relationship with matter to its continuous transformation into it and vice versa. Who masters these fragments is able to manipulate energy and consequently distort the perception that other living beings have. 

Type 4 fragments are related to the spiritual or supernatural creatures that some (not I unfortunately) can perceive even in life.

Extra-reality fragments

The type 3, 2, 1 fragments come out of the three-dimensional and four-dimensional world (with fourth dimension time) and take on a larger dimension.

Type 3: shapeshifter

Component 3 is revealed in shape-shifting entities. To understand them one must imagine what a circle can see by looking at a sphere. Our world is the dimension linked to the circle, while the shapeshifter is the sphere. We seem to see different things, presumably also unrelated to each other, which in fact are the same entity, or fragment.
Can the illusionist or the magician (the real one) partially use the shapeshifters?
These fragments are true multidimensional agglomerates.

The Universe could be the most striking, and observable, example of one of these shapeshifters

Type 2: the infinitives

Type 2 fragments are linked to the concepts of infinite and eternal. For the man, or at least for the majority, these are concepts perceived but not solvable and which can trigger big inner conflicts and degenerate into madness or psychosis.

The infinitely large, the infinitely small or eternity are concepts that contain fragments of type 2.

If then fragments of type 2 and type 3 fragments come into correlation then what is infinitely large could become infinitely small but in fact remain unchanged - obviously in its multidimensional reference system.

Type 1: nothingness

Type 1 fragments are related to the concept of nothingness and the question that no one can answer about the origin of things.
This question has a recursive answer, so that even if there is an origin to creation, one wonders what generated the origin and what was the origin of the origin.
Iterating the reasoning leads to an infinite recursion.
Nothingness is the point of transition between each recursion and represents the horizon of the fragments.
Through nothingness what is the end becomes the beginning and vice versa.
In its own reference system, nothingness does not exist for which there are no beginnings or ends of anything because there is no time and space constraints to lead the model.

Existence itself does not exist.

The Baco: discovering something already exists.