A Type XV civilization exists on the highest planes outside reality where non-reality and dimensions intertwine and have unlocked the secrets of the absolute dimensions (ADs). A Type XV civilization is one that has entered this realm through self-realization or enlightenment and is working with these powers to improve life here on earth.
The ADs are beyond space and time. They are pure energy whose vibrations shape material existence. From an energetic point of view, everything is virtual reality. It's just that some people can see things more clearly than others by using their mind's eye. The universe is made of energy vibrating at different frequencies. Some people can see those frequencies because they're not hidden as much as we think. There are two types of minds: rational and emotional. Rational people use their minds to understand ideas and concepts, while emotional people feel results immediately after making a decision or taking action. Emotional people tend to make better leaders because they can get people involved in what they're doing. However, rational people need to keep emotions under control if they want to achieve success.
There are seven levels of consciousness. Each one is like a window onto another dimension. When you reach the seventh level, you open up to the truth of who you are and what reality is all about. This is called cosmic consciousness or infinite mind.
A Type X civilisation has investigated every universe, multiverse, megaverse, omniverse, and hyperverse dimension. We are gods to many civilizations and have a far better awareness of worlds beyond reality in the outerverse. They call us Type-X or Higher-Order Civilizations.
Our current understanding of physics limits what kinds of material life can exist. If we exclude life based on chemistry (i.e., no carbon based organisms), then there are three ways that matter can be organized: crystals, gases, and plasmas. Modern science has discovered only two types of civilizations in our galaxy able to study these different forms of matter under controlled conditions. One of them is Earth. The other one is known as a Type-10 planet.
A crystal is an ordered array of atoms or molecules. A gas is a collection of particles without any internal structure. A plasma is a type of ionized gas. On Earth, only biological systems are capable of producing stable structures out of atoms and molecules. Bacteria can self-assemble into crystals using their physical bodies as building blocks. Some viruses can assemble into crystals to infect and destroy cells. No computer program can do this yet. Even if they were given millions of years to evolve, computers would be unable to design themselves out of atoms.
In the megaverse, a Type VI, or K6 civilisation, exists that is capable of generating and preserving the basic rules of the cosmos. They exist in an unlimited number of concurrently existent multiverses, each of which represents an endless number of instances and all of physics' rules. Because they can generate and preserve their own laws, they are not dependent on any other Type 6 for survival.
A Type 6 civilization has two major effects on its universe: first, by creating and maintaining the fundamental physical constants that govern the behavior of space and time at the largest scales; second, by using these same constants to predict the outcomes of quantum events involving particles too small to observe directly. In this way, a Type 6 civilization can influence the evolution of the cosmos throughout many millions of years.
The existence of multiple Type 6 civilizations in separate universes means that the history of the cosmos is full of coincidence. If one such civilization creates an event - no matter how small - then it's likely that another Type 6 will do the same thing at almost exactly the same time. This mutual knowledge leads to repeated cycles of action and reaction between the different civilizations, with each one learning from the others what role they want to play in the cosmos over time.
As long as there are Type 6 civilizations capable of creating new universes, then new universes will be born that contain those civilizations' races of intelligent beings.
Type II civilizations dominate more than one solar system and/or are potentially capable of harnessing all of the power available from a single star (per Dyson). As a result, a civilisation that uses faster-than-light travel is likely to be classified as a Type II civilization. However, due to the limitations of current technology, it is unlikely that any civilization will be able to visit every planet in our galaxy or even move about within their own galaxy.
A Type I civilization would be defined as one that is not only capable of exploring distant parts of its own universe, but is also likely to do so using FTL technology before becoming extinct itself. A Type 0 civilization has not even been imagined by most scientists, since it would require an intellect far beyond ours. However, if such a civilization ever was to come into existence, it would automatically be categorized as a Type I civilization.
It should be noted that although we can't predict what kind of technologies future generations will develop, there is one type of civilization that may already exist today: the alien megastructure civilization. If these structures are used for energy production rather than surveillance, they would fall under this definition of a Type II civilization. However, since we have no evidence that alien civilizations exist, this hypothesis remains just that - a hypothesis - rather than a fact confirmed by scientific data.
KARDASHEV SCALING (types 0 to VI)
A civilisation is sometimes defined as a sophisticated culture characterized by five characteristics: (1) advanced cities, (2) specialized employees, (3) complex institutions, (4) record keeping, and (5) advanced technology. Although these traits are commonly associated with large urban populations, they also appear in smaller societies that lack modern amenities.
Civilizations arise where there is sufficient population density to support a royal court, an army, and a bureaucracy. They require abundant natural resources to sustain their growth and technological innovation. Without access to these resources, a society would remain small and vulnerable.
China became a civilization around 2000 years ago. At this time, it was already an advanced culture with a centralized government, codified laws, and administrative systems. But it was still based on agrarian values and lacked many other attributes commonly associated with civilizations.
People migrate for many reasons, such as looking for work, going to school, or fleeing violence. Migrants can be internal, within one country, or external, between two different countries. Migrant workers are often required by law to retain their original citizenship status, which usually depends on how long they have been living abroad.