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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    I believe that the Magic World is in a parallel universe. Mars was terraform by the year 2103 by what Chao said. Sometime before the year 2103, the existance of Magi was disclosed to the world at large. Some people were unable to accept the truth of the Magi. It seems that Mars' terraforming was done with the help of magic and technology.

    The Magic World can be Venus after the planet was terraform. Venus is the twin planet of Earth. It looks the Magic World exists in a parallel universe which only the Magi and a few world governments are aware of. The location of the Ostria's gate link to Earth can be either near Istanbul, Turkey, or somewhere in the United States.

    The magic gate near the Mahora Academy was severely damaged as a result of Fate's attack. Takahata and Mana were able to travel to the Magic before the Mahora Academy was severely damage.
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    Since Mars is about half the size of earth, and seeing how Chachamaru stated that the magical world is bigger, or at least as big as, the mundane world, this is doubtable. If the magic world is as big as Earth, it's probably Earth in another dimension. If it's bigger, it's probably a far away planet that is connected to Earth through some sort of space/time portal or some sort of magical portal.
    That's odd . Which translation did you read?
    Aquastar's stated that the surface of the Magical World was 1 / 3 of Earth's therefore similar to Mars's.
    In addition of that, the Magical World map is a replica of Mars's.
    According to chapter 197, there was 12 gate ports in the Magical World and the same for Earth (remember the 12 Holy Ground that Chao used for her spell).
    I think each Earth's Gate Ports is connected to the Magical World's.
    Takahata and Mana got to Megalomesembria. It's more likely that they came by the same Gate Ports as Negi's group.
    In addition, Takahata and Mana didn't seem to have just escaped any danger.
    I rather think Ostria is linked to Mahora who its gate ports seem to be out of service too.


    Quote Originally Posted by flannan View Post
    Does it mean that Chao wanted to expose magic so that wizards could safely leave magic world which was doomed and in danger of being separated from the real one?
    I don't think it's possible: the whole exodus of the Magic World's inhabitants would take too much time.
    I feel it would be the chaos brought by the revelation of existence of magic who would be responsible for the failure of Fate and his group's plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamai View Post
    That's odd . Which translation did you read?
    Aquastar's stated that the surface of the Magical World was 1 / 3 of Earth's therefore similar to Mars's.
    In addition of that, the Magical World map is a replica of Mars's.
    According to chapter 197, there was 12 gate ports in the Magical World and the same for Earth (remember the 12 Holy Ground that Chao used for her spell).
    I think each Earth's Gate Ports is connected to the Magical World's.
    Takahata and Mana got to Megalomesembria. It's more likely that they came by the same Gate Ports as Negi's group.
    In addition, Takahata and Mana didn't seem to have just escaped any danger.
    I rather think Ostria is linked to Mahora who its gate ports seem to be out of service too.
    That IS odd, could have sworn that the translation I read said at least double the size of Earth...but that would lead to the gravity being twice that of earth as well which wouldn't make any sense. Although the gravity in the Magical world's being obviously similar to that of Earth's, that would not necessarily falsify my claim. But the legitimacy of AQS's translations is probably much more profound than the place I read it at, so you're probably right.
    The map is similar to a mars map? Ahh....can you show me a comparison please? I've never seen a map of mars and that seems rather interesting. If all of what you say is true there's a good chance it could be the mars of yesteryear.
    Yeah, the gates of Earth each probably correspond to a gate in the magical world. Since magics of the East differentiate from the magics of the West, this would lead me to believe that there are different magical styles in the magical world, perhaps a different one for each continent. I haven't reread any chapters in awhile so there's a good chance I'm wrong about it.

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    here's the link :

    z4.invisionfree.com/aquastar/index.php?showtopic=6347&st=80

    Well, there're two problems:
    - That's a reversed map of Mars (Sorry, I didn't see that the first time).
    - It lacks the southern part of the land.

    There is also the problem of the place names given by Akamatsu.
    They are present on Mars, but some lie on the opposite side despite being close in the Magic World.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamai View Post
    here's the link :

    z4.invisionfree.com/aquastar/index.php?showtopic=6347&st=80

    Well, there're two problems:
    - That's a reversed map of Mars (Sorry, I didn't see that the first time).
    - It lacks the southern part of the land.

    There is also the problem of the place names given by Akamatsu.
    They are present on Mars, but some lie on the opposite side despite being close in the Magic World.
    Ehhhh some of the map kind of works, but for the most part...not really. I doubt Akamatsu would base the magical world on an inverted view of the martian landscape. Thanks for the picture though, it is quite interesting. Hopefully the mysteries of the magical world will be unveiled soon, but I'd have to place my bets on Earth in another dimension.

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    What I want to know is why is Japan in the Magic world.

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    Perhaps as a size comparison?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angryman View Post
    Perhaps as a size comparison?
    That would make the magic world very small.

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    I assumed that the Magic World is in a parallel universe. It is about the size of Mars. Mars is one third of the size of Earth. It will be very odd that the Magic World is a moon of Earth's. One series which focuses on a hidden moon of Earth is Escoflowne. This hidden moon is call Gaia. Gaia is around the size of Earth.

    To be safe, the Magic World is located in a parallel universe. Its location must roughly near Earth's orbit. The Magic World can be another planet in our solar system. It is protected by a magic barrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    I assumed that the Magic World is in a parallel universe. It is about the size of Mars. Mars is one third of the size of Earth. It will be very odd that the Magic World is a moon of Earth's. One series which focuses on a hidden moon of Earth is Escoflowne. This hidden moon is call Gaia. Gaia is around the size of Earth.

    To be safe, the Magic World is located in a parallel universe. Its location must roughly near Earth's orbit. The Magic World can be another planet in our solar system. It is protected by a magic barrier.
    If it was a moon of Earth's then the gravitational pull would effect the tides and even Earth's orbit, so I doubt that's quite it either. Hmmmm.

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    ..........sighz....... this tread depresses me. to think people doing research on something completely non-existant.... (-_-) To bad you dont have Yue here....

 

 
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