Perceived versus actual affects of multiplicity

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A person or persons can have no understanding of the multiplicity of conscious existence. When this is the case the perceived effects of multiplicity are none. But because the perceived effects are in a relative default position of a singular finite or singular infinite belief system of conscious existence, multiplicity still has an effect by its none existence or non effect on people's thought processes.

What is meant by perceived effects of conscious multiplicity? A person can believe something is true when it is not. Or believe something is false when it is true. This can greatly influence his behavior and consciousness over his life time. At the present time there are radical muslims that believe that will receive great rewards after death when they do terrorists acts. This is a perceived effect of their belief system. If multiplicity is true the actual effects of their actions is much different. They could be producing great pain, sorrow, and suffering for versions of themselves and versions of their loved ones presently. Or they can be making their potential lives after death worse in the future by creating destruction, fear, and dogma on earth.

There are many different variations of multiplicity that could be true. Which version you believe will effect how you behave. This belief and behavior is independent of whether the version of multiplicity is totally true or not.

The perceived effects of multiplicity can be very different from the actual effects.