Of Many Worlds in This World by John Dryden (1631-1700) Just like as in a nest of boxes round, Degrees of sizes of each box are found: So, in this world, many many others be Thinner and less, and less still by degree: Although they are not subject to our sense, A world may be no bigger than two-pence. Nature is curious, and such works may shape, Which our dull senses easily escape: For creatures, small as atoms, may be there, If every one a creature's figure bear. If atoms four, a world can make, then see What several worlds might in an ear-ring be: For, millions of these atoms may be in The head of one small, little, single pin. And if thus small, then ladies may well wear A world of worlds, as pendents in each ear.
This introduction gives you a sneak peak of what to expect in the upcoming episodes. Music by the talented guitarist and composer, Vlad Cuiujuclu. The track name is "For The Girls in Kyoto".