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How the Illuminati Really Began.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 5856285:MV8xNzUwMzIyXzI5Mzc2MzI4X0Q4NUM5MDUz] [quote:ArunaLuna:MV8xNzUwMzIyXzI5Mzc2MTgyX0MxRTI0NUE5] That's why I can't plan stuff either...I have no sense of needing purpose. Works fine for me to not have a charted point to navigate toward. But the "jesus take the wheel" concept doesn't scare me, not sure it was intended to really scare anyone but it seems to regardless of the intent. Are you familiar with how our eyeballs do visual tracking? Like in driving or bike riding (the time it takes for the eyeball to talk to the brain)...I used to race mountain bikes in trail rides and the eye specifically tends to trick us we try and concentrate and focus on what's near to us but when it's all moving so fast it's easy to flip on a rock you could have seen coming had you been looking further ahead (while ignoring what's already too close to react to). In some ways seeking out information is like that... [/quote] Yes, the eye is induced by vibration. Vibration interrupts photon flow and can cause stroboscopic effects. I used to fight a lot. I always fixed to eyes as they infer intent more than muscle twitches. Trained reflex makes people seem like they are standing still as muscle memory makes a more direct path. This is why focus is important. using all senses and blocking ego. These filtering processes create even more lag and loss because you place skewed intent on the table with every variable you add. Its actually in your wording, close up infers compact precise movement. It's very much like living in the present. [/quote]
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