An instance which does not exist or otherwise appears not to exist.
The second conditional statement allows grounds to propose that instances which appear not to exist could be said to not exist in this existence.
Furthermore, any object which is considered therefore is believed to exist and cannot be considered or proven to be zheifty.
"This room is no longer zheifty ; I have believed it to be, thus it has been.
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