Infinities of infinities lie strewn along the length of the real number line. As Georg Cantor discovered, some infinities are bigger than others. (Does that mean some absolutes are more absolute than others?).
Some infinities are completely contained within others, some partially. Some uncountables are countable, ie some sets of uncountables have a countable number of members. The set of infinities that are not infinite has no members, has 0 members. Therefore the set of infinities that are not infinite is countable.
I'm not sure but I think I read somewhere that the infinity of real numbers between any two consecutive integers, eg 1 and 2, is greater than the infinity of all the integers up and down the entire length of the number line. You can put that in your pipe and smoke it.