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"I think what we're dealing with is maybe interdimensional," Ventre said.
Where did all these ships and aircraft go, is a mystery that has generated radically divided opinion that includes a vast majority, who believe that they had perhaps found some sort of an interdimensional portal and crossed to the other side.
In the film, scientist David Bowman uses a stargate, an interdimensional alien portal, to approach the Tycho Magnetic Anomaly Two, a monolith over Jupiter.
The existence of the interdimensional portal enables the island to break free of its status as a 'controllable' space, which leaves it vulnerable.
A filosofia do Programa de Educacao Integral e fundamentada na concepcao da educacao interdimensional, a qual serviu de base conceitual para a implementacao nas escolas e compreende quatro dimensoes do ser humano: o logos (racionalidade), o pathos (afetividade), mythos (espiritualidade) e o eros (corporeidade) (LIMA, 2014).
Twin Peaks would give it a hell of a run for its money, however, the seemingly straightforward murder mystery at its dark heart taking all manner of surreal and disturbing twists and turns - including a backwards-talking dwarf, evil spirits, an interdimensional woodland netherworld, a one-armed man and an elderly lady who talked to her pet log.
They discuss evil, sin, and hell; the Devil and his counterparts in various cultures and religions; fallen angels; spirits, elves, cryptids, interdimensional entities (IDEs), and other entities; demonic places like museums and crossroads; possessed property like dolls and Ouija boards; demonology, exorcisms, and demonic possession; the dark arts, including the occult, Gnosticism, Kabbalah, secret societies, black magic, sacrifice rituals, Satanism, witchcraft, Wicca, and voodoo; the devil, demons, and fallen angels in pop culture, including films, television, music, literature, and fine arts; and ritual and rites for contacting and worshipping Satan.
Such indices are designed to measure whether the transitions that subjects use to acquire information about a choice are dominated by interdimensional transitions or intradimensional transitions.
But when he is drafted into matriculation at the dreamlike interdimensional Academy of Omniosophical Arts and Sciences, he learns life isn't always so simple and people aren't always who they seem.
But as a kid in Englewood, he wrote fiction, sharing short stories about monsters and interdimensional portals with other writers at a workshop hosted by the Elsie Quirk Library.

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