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Redshift Institute of Heretical Sciences, Hurqalya, Java2

Article published in the Journal of Multiverse and Trans-Dimensional Travel, Vol. 7, No. 3, 2012


The Redshift Institute of Heretical Sciences continues to research the emerging field of cryptarchaeoxenotheology, a branch of science dedicated to the exploration of invisible beings inhabiting parallel worlds. This particular study delves into the mysterious realm of Java2, a dimension that bears a striking resemblance to our world, featuring abandoned monuments reminiscent of Borobudur. Curiously, Java2 is devoid of human inhabitants. Furthermore, our investigation will explore the phenomenon of megalopolisomancy and its potential long-term deleterious effects on travelers to this enigmatic dimension. This study also delves into the unsolved mystery surrounding the disappearance of members of the Ong’s Hat community and their connection to the Java2 dimension.


The enigmatic realm of Java2, a parallel dimension, has piqued the curiosity of many researchers in the field of cryptarchaeoxenotheology. This realm, devoid of human inhabitants, presents us with a unique opportunity to explore its abandoned monuments, bearing a striking resemblance to the renowned Borobudur temple, albeit devoid of imagery. This study seeks to shed light on the existence of invisible beings within Java2, their impact on its architecture, and the long-term consequences faced by those who have ventured into this dimension. Additionally, we will delve into the perplexing mystery surrounding the disappearance of individuals from the Ong’s Hat community and their possible connection to Java2.

I. The Enigmatic Realm of Java2:

1.1. The Parallel World:

Java2 is an extraordinary parallel world, strikingly similar to our own but with one fundamental difference – it is devoid of human inhabitants. Our research has shown that it replicates elements of Earth, with its landscapes, flora, and fauna resembling those found in our world. However, the absence of humanity remains a perplexing aspect of this dimension, making it a unique subject of investigation.

1.2. Abandoned Monuments Resembling Borobudur:

One of the most intriguing features of Java2 is the presence of abandoned monuments closely resembling the Borobudur temple, a renowned Buddhist structure in our world. These Java2 monuments, though architecturally similar to Borobudur, lack the intricate relief sculptures and imagery that adorn the latter. The question that arises is whether these monuments have been designed by invisible beings or if they represent an enigmatic cultural phenomenon unique to Java2.

II. Invisible Beings of Java2:

2.1. Theorizing the Existence:

The presence of invisible beings in Java2 is a central hypothesis in our investigation. It is possible that these entities, if they exist, played a role in the construction of the Borobudur-like monuments in this parallel dimension. It is also possible that the structures were built by some long lost civilization unknown to us. Perhaps these beings move on to another dimension in a similar manner as travelers from this world. Though evidence is scarce, the similarities between these structures and the iconic temple of Borobudur cannot be dismissed as mere coincidence.

2.2. Archaeological Evidence:

Researchers have unearthed no artifacts, such as tools and materials, middens or living quarters, suggesting that no known form of civilization existed in Java2. These findings, coupled with the architectural similarities to Borobudur, raise questions whether the intelligent beings are responsible for the construction of these monuments or that they represent some other as yet undetermined phenomena. However, direct observations or interactions with these beings remain elusive.

III. Megalopolisomancy: A Phenomenon of Java2:

3.1. Understanding Megalopolisomancy:

The absence of imagery and the unsettling experiences of travelers led to the formulation of the concept of megalopolisomancy. This theory posits that large monumental spaces like those in Java2 inherently possess malevolent qualities, which may manifest in various ways, including disorientation, emotional distress, and the mysterious disappearance some visitors.

Further investigations are needed to ascertain the exact mechanisms through which these monumental spaces exert their influence, but initial findings strongly suggest a direct connection between the megalopolisomantic properties of Java2’s structures and the mysterious disappearance of members of certain travelers.

3.2. Long-Term Effects on Travelers:

While the short-term effects of megalopolisomancy are disconcerting, our research has revealed that travelers who have spent extended periods within Java2 often suffer from physical and psychological ailments. These include memory loss, temporal disorientation, and in some cases, severe cognitive impairments. The true cause of these long-term effects remains unclear and warrants further investigation. It is not known whether these conditions are the result of inhabiting a parallel world or that they brought these with them, the environment serving to amplify already existing disorders. These effects have led some researchers to question the safety of traveling to parallel worlds.

IV. The Mysterious Disappearance of the Ong’s Hat Community:

4.1. Historical Background:

The Ong’s Hat community, a group of pioneers in the field of interdimensional travel, gained notoriety in the 1970s and 1980s as the Institute for Chaos Studies (ICS). Their experiments aimed to access parallel dimensions and explore the uncharted territories of the multiverse. Reports of an unknown military-style assault on the community and the subsequent disappearance of its members raise serious questions. Were they targeted due to their research into the parallel dimensions? Could this attack be connected to their investigations into Java2? These questions remain unanswered, but they emphasize the potential risks of traveling to parallel worlds.

4.2. Connection to Java2:

Our research suggests a possible connection between the Ong’s Hat community’s experiments and the Java2 dimension. One theory posits that the lack of humans in Java2 is due to it being “observer-created” and represents the “imaginal imprint” of the original ICS travelers. The central thesis of this theory is that Java2 exists the way that it does because it is the way that the ICS travelers imagined it to be. Reports from surviving members of the community indicate that some individuals escaped to Java2 during the attack on the community. This revelation has raised questions about the nature of the invisible beings inhabiting Java2 and their potential manifestation as a result of the imagination of the original travelers.


Cryptarchaeoxenotheology, a unique and evolving field of scientific study, has provided us with valuable insights into the enigmatic realm of Java2. The striking resemblance of abandoned monuments to Borobudur, the potential existence of invisible beings, and the perplexing phenomenon of megalopolisomancy have opened new avenues of exploration. The mysterious disappearance of Ong’s Hat community members has further added to the intrigue surrounding Java2, suggesting a profound connection between their interdimensional experiments and this parallel world. Further research is essential to understand the origins and intentions of the invisible entities in Java2, the potential malevolent properties of monumental spaces, and the role of these enigmas in the disappearances of interdimensional travelers. The Redshift Institute of Heretical Sciences remains dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge in this cryptarchaeoxenotheological frontier, in the hope of shedding light on the enigmatic world of Java2 and its profound impact on trans-dimensional travel. Despite the concerns outlined in this paper, we believe Trans-dimensional travel to be otherwise safe.