Anyway, this particularly bothersome thing left aside: I'll say I'm neutral with regards to whether or not "the space beyond" is Low 1-C. As I've expressed to some of the thread's participants off-site, I think this largely depends on whether we consider inherently finite visual representations (In this case, a universe being mistaken for a star when seen from the space beyond it) to mean anything when it comes to infinitely large objects and spaces. Although I will say that being finitely, or more generally, countably, larger than a 2-A space is not a thing, no, unless the verse makes clear that such a thing is possible, in which case we're obviously forced to roll with it. As a default, though, we don't do that.
My points are:
- There is no evidence of the size of this realm or place
- There is no evidence of what this power even do
- There is no evidence of if the power is infinitely superior to any other Gods who are 2-A
- As Tanir said; it is unquantifiable to measure the power; but in my opinion I describe it as “unknown”, but yet superior to other Gods.