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up until the age of 22 years i was quire color blind
then i was not by the age of 23
it perplexed people whom test for such medical things
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it never interfered until i was a waiter and we sold a lot of milk shakes
just 3 flavors, strawberry, chocolate and vanilla
i drove the kitchen nuts
cos i could never see the difference lol
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up until the age of 22 years i was quire color blind
then i was not by the age of 23
it perplexed people whom test for such medical things
 Quoting: aether


Perhaps you just figured out another way to interpret the stimuli...


I did something very similar in high school. My eyesight was blurry in one eye so I was taken to get glasses. After wearing them for a day, I thought they were quite cumbersome and decided to indefinitely remove them.

It was then I re-taught my eyes to recognize the 'letters' from a distance although they were still blurry.

When my eyesight was tested a few years ago, I passed with 20/20 vision.

Although still blurry...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


i did the same in my driving test
followed traffic signals and tail lights by change in light radiation (glow)
no color required tounge
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up until the age of 22 years i was quire color blind
then i was not by the age of 23
it perplexed people whom test for such medical things
 Quoting: aether


it never interfered until i was a waiter and we sold a lot of milk shakes
just 3 flavors, strawberry, chocolate and vanilla
i drove the kitchen nuts
cos i could never see the difference lol
 Quoting: aether


Whoa...

Between white, brown, and pink?


I have never heard of total color blindness...

I have heard of blue/green.

And I believe there is a red/purple as well.


But not white and brown.

Interesting

hmm



Can you see the full spectrum?

refract

How would you know if you couldn't?

I guess that is real question.

Intuition I assume.

hf
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up until the age of 22 years i was quire color blind
then i was not by the age of 23
it perplexed people whom test for such medical things
 Quoting: aether


it never interfered until i was a waiter and we sold a lot of milk shakes
just 3 flavors, strawberry, chocolate and vanilla
i drove the kitchen nuts
cos i could never see the difference lol
 Quoting: aether


Whoa...

Between white, brown, and pink?


I have never heard of total color blindness...

I have heard of blue/green.

And I believe there is a red/purple as well.


But not white and brown.

Interesting

hmm



Can you see the full spectrum?

refract

How would you know if you couldn't?

I guess that is real question.

Intuition I assume.

hf
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i do see full spectrum
i have since i was 23 full color
eye sight remains constant near 20 x 20
i have never been recommended for glasses
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up until the age of 22 years i was quire color blind
then i was not by the age of 23
it perplexed people whom test for such medical things
 Quoting: aether


Perhaps you just figured out another way to interpret the stimuli...


I did something very similar in high school. My eyesight was blurry in one eye so I was taken to get glasses. After wearing them for a day, I thought they were quite cumbersome and decided to indefinitely remove them.

It was then I re-taught my eyes to recognize the 'letters' from a distance although they were still blurry.

When my eyesight was tested a few years ago, I passed with 20/20 vision.

Although still blurry...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


i did the same in my driving test
followed traffic signals and tail lights by change in light radiation (glow)
no color required tounge
 Quoting: aether


Wow.


You grew up in a colorless world?

I can't imagine.


And then...it just switched? And you could see color? What was that like?

I can imagine it would be much like this...



*sniff*


Alright, I have to go for the rest of the day. Be back later tonight.

:)
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i thought i saw full color as a child
school eye test at age 7 spotted it
weird huh
looking back the world has always seemed the same colors to me

1dunno1
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well willya just look at this?

[link to openmythsource.com]

and

[link to www.insightoasis.com]


snip from first:

"The discussion of alternative energy is in vogue today. It connotes progress in environmental awareness and hints that we accept that old sources of energy are no longer viable and sustainable. But awareness is only the beginning. Itís a terrific start, but only the first step. The moment something new enters the collective consciousness, invention begins to manifest. Uranus transiting into a new sign of the zodiac inaugurates a new, eight-year, era of invention.

A rather significant and ominous event occurred in the sky on the day of the great Japanese earthquake, March 11, 2011: Uranus entered Aries. The planet, referred to as The Great Awakener, will remain there until March of 2019. The archetype of Uranus represents revolution and the destruction of standing structures to make room for something new, inventive, and entirely original. The portents of the planetary transit through Aries hint of an era of wild progression, a breaking down of decrepit orthodoxy, and the invention of entirely models new across civilization."

Uranus' symbol is the combination of mars = sol. very male , in other words.

i had a major personal intellectual breakthrough at roughly the exact moment of the big quake. i left my house to drive and contemplate my new idea early that morning and as i cruised along a favorite ocean view, i wondered: "what are all these people doing here just staring at the sea?"

it wasn't till a coupla hours later that i heard.


so curious.
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i did the same in my driving test
followed traffic signals and tail lights by change in light radiation (glow)
no color required
 Quoting: aether


i did possess color but it never sequenced in acceptably social colors
red stop light was near dark blue, i remember that
earth/soil was quite sandy color
fields were green and water was blue but my shades of green and blue
sky was never the blue of the water , was always deeper
when my color adjusted all become pastel in comparison
is the sensation

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neptune is ruled by Pisces and is the trident: its other symbol is a rotated venus/copper. so. female.

Neptune also apparently rules the pineal gland: and isn't she sitting at the top of the tree?

looks like the metals for the extra saturnian planets are not yet agreed upon: many think they are radioactive.


radioactive.
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well willya just look at this?

[link to openmythsource.com]

and

[link to www.insightoasis.com]


snip from first:

"The discussion of alternative energy is in vogue today. It connotes progress in environmental awareness and hints that we accept that old sources of energy are no longer viable and sustainable. But awareness is only the beginning. Itís a terrific start, but only the first step. The moment something new enters the collective consciousness, invention begins to manifest. Uranus transiting into a new sign of the zodiac inaugurates a new, eight-year, era of invention.

A rather significant and ominous event occurred in the sky on the day of the great Japanese earthquake, March 11, 2011: Uranus entered Aries. The planet, referred to as The Great Awakener, will remain there until March of 2019. The archetype of Uranus represents revolution and the destruction of standing structures to make room for something new, inventive, and entirely original. The portents of the planetary transit through Aries hint of an era of wild progression, a breaking down of decrepit orthodoxy, and the invention of entirely models new across civilization."

Uranus' symbol is the combination of mars = sol. very male , in other words.

i had a major personal intellectual breakthrough at roughly the exact moment of the big quake. i left my house to drive and contemplate my new idea early that morning and as i cruised along a favorite ocean view, i wondered: "what are all these people doing here just staring at the sea?"

it wasn't till a coupla hours later that i heard.


so curious.
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formed an impression
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neptune is ruled by Pisces and is the trident: its other symbol is a rotated venus/copper. so. female.

Neptune also apparently rules the pineal gland: and isn't she sitting at the top of the tree?

looks like the metals for the extra saturnian planets are not yet agreed upon: many think they are radioactive.


radioactive.
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curiously when we utilize our new translation of our signs into practical units producing electricity the field(s) generated transmute man formed radioactive "pollution" naturally into environmental energy that matches/is our natural habitat
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Pluto's symbol is a mercury look alike. in fact, it has all the same elements just arranged in a different order...

hmmm.

maybe pluto is our other hermaphite? the slowest and the fastest: quiet and verbose? seems... nicely balanced , really.

so thats, what? 8 gendered planets(aspects) and 2 hermaphrodites? maybe Pluto is neither where mercury is both?

hmmm.


enuf of this for now, me thinks....
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so what they are discovering /\ is this:


which tells whatever you are, what you are within to be what you are, is quicker than you ever are thus allowing you to be what you are

neato tounge
 Quoting: aether


hence we see how and why
feedback exists (synchronicity)
 Quoting: aether


there is noticeable (measurable) latency between all things expressed by what we know connects all things and it appears when gravity is observed between galaxies there is latency it gravity also
this leads to the inevitable conclusion that there exists a uniform "substance" that all things material exist within that does not express latency hence our universe over linear time does never dissolve into incoherence caused by the accumulated latency observed in all things (gravity, light) that form orientation of all material things

what they will discover (already known) is the electrical nature of our universe is expressed as charge distributed in all things and in all space between things

the field(s) that charge (distributed) in all things and between all things functions a singular affect (all electrical fields act as an (1) electric field) thus provides the uniform "substance" all things material exist within


similarity to the higgs field explains if the higgs is renamed aether
 Quoting: aether


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okay we are still running ahead of the debate

as we do
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interesting aether,,

are you seeking confirmation of sighted knowledge,,

as the colours of perception are regardless by tone,,

too sharpen a barb upon a hook of intention,, the catch of the colour must be mirror carp indeed,,

as only female fish out of water carry the gene,,

your answer exists within the muse,,

not ever within the colour of a milkshake,,

blue red greens never seen,,


your fathers mother perhaps could equally invisage a passing traite carried,,

your are in good stead then sir,,

as the colour-blind gene is traced throughout history,,

passed only by the feminine to sons by rule,,


much love,,
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interesting aether,,

are you seeking confirmation of sighted knowledge,,

as the colours of perception are regardless by tone,,

too sharpen a barb upon a hook of intention,, the catch of the colour must be mirror carp indeed,,

as only female fish out of water carry the gene,,

your answer exists within the muse,,

not ever within the colour of a milkshake,,

blue red greens never seen,,


your fathers mother perhaps could equally invisage a passing traite carried,,

your are in good stead then sir,,

as the colour-blind gene is traced throughout history,,

passed only by the feminine to sons by rule,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 29282353


i know
it must sound nuts but what i do is track reality (events occurring in real time) to events awaiting to happen
simple because in this location (earth)
it was prudent from my beginning here to look ahead
maybe in my next location i will not be prompted to do so
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events awaiting to happen
you can never make them happen
but
you can let them happen
because
there is always a selection awaiting to happen
so
mix and match

is the sensation

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For me it seems to be a representation of Pandora's 'Box'...this one however in 'cube' form.

If I am reading the directions correctly it seems one must push equally on all sides simultaneously to open as indicated by the arrows.

Instead of attempting to pull it apart, one must push in.

The perhaps it will pop open
 Quoting: seer


being self aware pandora`s box will do what pandora does pandora`s way including staying closed
it is the nature of pandora

i imagine tounge

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prudent indeed aether,,

yet the tracing of all events is a known given choice by perspective,,

the tracking of any intention is simply made obvious by the clues left to be traced,,

perhaps such a path is so easily traced,, because it is a greator given pointer of intention reversed,,

though the beginning may result in oppersite,,

the reflection may only serve as an equal too the end,,

much love,,
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prudent indeed aether,,

yet the tracing of all events is a known given choice by perspective,,

the tracking of any intention is simply made obvious by the clues left to be traced,,

perhaps such a path is so easily traced,, because it is a greator given pointer of intention reversed,,

though the beginning may result in oppersite,,

the reflection may only serve as an equal too the end,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 29282353


yes
closed circuit (earth) , say 12 somethings affect all things within closed circuit
only one event awaiting to occur does occur (sequence) at a time no matter how many are waiting
pretty quickly the feedback from the sequence is shaping/selecting the events that happen from the events awaiting to happen (naturally sequencing)
at which point it is over unity (perpetual motion) by design

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I was left a gift today .. strange indeed as it were tho how it was found

I still cannot verbally express the contents of what this means to me


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I was left a gift today .. strange indeed as it were tho how it was found

I still cannot verbally express the contents of what this means to me


pyrswl
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wow

feels holy and in good spirit
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i noticed tounge
 Quoting: aether


It's so quiet...you could hear a pin drop in here.

:Planetindrop:




Can someone explain to me the 4 4 4... bit Dion posted yesterday.

I have been thinking about the number '4' for the last few days and why I have a tendency to avoid it.

I will go out of my way, to 'glance over' '4's'...I find this curious.

I think it's the only number I leave out.

0,1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9

Yes.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


can you link it please
it does not ring a bell
 Quoting: aether




...


Where are you getting 33 aether?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


3 signs
3 sides (triangle)

4 signs altogether
 Quoting: aether


4.4.4.8
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


3d space and the cubic veil: 4.4.4 also the basis of dna and intrinsic informational function.

8 as the radiating subfunction: radiating from the center of the veil oppositionally (radiating polarity from center).

2 pyramidal structuces touching tip to tip within the cube.

It is the 3d x.

When spun, it is the circle.
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a city of necrophiles sorta thing?
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Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
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Studying every aspect of humanity has value. It doesn't mean you take the icky parts from it, only the parts that work. By ignoring those aspects with more negative than positive charge like they don't exist or counting on things with more positive than negative keeping stasis, we empower behemoths that run on an even keel between or project positive while emanating negative and in the process, imbuing negativity into systems that have the illusion of negativity, but can be positive in some instances. The point I was making (badly, lol!) is that most things are a merger of the light and the dark, and in that play of shadows, new concepts arise refined from both ends of the spectrum. All we have to do to continue that process is keep watching and sharing information that ripples.

Now I'm laughing at the irony, something I didn't think of yesterday when he made the (admittedly hilarious!) comment... That city of necrophiles already exists, albeit in fiction... Bon Temps! I don't *get* the appeal of vampires or werepeople in erotic fiction. I'm not going to get on a soapbox and preach about it though. In my head, I understand the appeal of a guy in touch with his animal nature, but the bestial nature of the depictions repulses me. Maybe I'm missing something. But not vampires, they're just icky. And Dion, beastial Bea says to tell you that that burger was AWESOME. I don't let her ingest too much greasy goodness, but we all have to feed those myriad personalities that lie just beneath the surface of the ego, the mechanism to keep them in check, lol. (That's Mary Sue Bea, the one who always accentuates the positive, she'd have me living in a yurt, grazing on strange leaves if I'd let her!)
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this is such a simple explanation dion?,,



a gravatational effect from centre,,

too circle the square is no less indifferent,,


a curve created from an angle expanded,,


gravity creates such a bend when the inner bleed towards the outer subjection,, is naturally yet forcebly expanded,,

the architects angle becomes pi,,


a perfect board indeed,,


however such an analysis gives greator signature to the drawings of the foundations than it does to the eye of perception,,

as the centre in such a senario controlls both top and bottom,,

from within naturally,,


all facits of construction are thus forced too bend by gravity,,

the circle squared indeed,,

a balance necessary by design for rotational stability,,


interesting,,


much love,,
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What about the Maunder Minimum?

The short story goes like this. The sun moves around the center of mass of the solar system in about 11 years. Since the solar system is tilted on it's side quite a bit, compared to the galaxy, that means the sun bobs up and down relative to the galactic plane. Peaks/troughs in the solar cycle match peaks in the sun's motion up or down relative to the galactic plane. Now in years that the major planets (Jupiter and Saturn) are on the same side of the sun, that means the sun moves faster/farther around the barycenter. That is when we see strong solar cycles. Weak solar cycles happen when the planets masses are distributed more evenly around the sun, and the sun's motion is slower. What is important here, is that it is how fast the sun is moving compared to the galactic plane, not where we are compared to the plane. The sun bounces up and down every eleven years, towards and away from the galactic plane. We have not crossed THROUGH the galactic plane in that time. The fact that scientists have observed an electric field pointing towards the sun on one side of the galactic plane, while it points away on the other, suggests it is the sun's motion in a large scale electric field that is causing the cycle.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


That makes it sound so orderly, doesn't it? Where we are now isn't where we've always been and it's not where we'll be tomorrow. We can only predict the terrain of the track we take based on where we've been recently. We can't predict what the terrain will be like tomorrow. (Mangling my thought for lack of proper language to express it, but that's the gist until it percolates)
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this is such a simple explanation dion?,,



a gravatational effect from centre,,

too circle the square is no less indifferent,,


a curve created from an angle expanded,,


gravity creates such a bend when the inner bleed towards the outer subjection,, is naturally yet forcebly expanded,,

the architects angle becomes pi,,


a perfect board indeed,,


however such an analysis gives greator signature to the drawings of the foundations than it does to the eye of perception,,

as the centre in such a senario controlls both top and bottom,,

from within naturally,,


all facits of construction are thus forced too bend by gravity,,

the circle squared indeed,,

a balance necessary by design for rotational stability,,


interesting,,


much love,,
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I do like to keep my philosophy practical. It makes for bigger booms and grander homunculi.

Cheers
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Dudes...dudettes...the WHOLE paradigm you are attempting to explore is based on deciet and illusions...smoke and mirrors...from the Shamir, if you remember, so, this attempting to make sense of what is essentially a Babylonian construct is futile.


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Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24542515


Studying every aspect of humanity has value. It doesn't mean you take the icky parts from it, only the parts that work. By ignoring those aspects with more negative than positive charge like they don't exist or counting on things with more positive than negative keeping stasis, we empower behemoths that run on an even keel between or project positive while emanating negative and in the process, imbuing negativity into systems that have the illusion of negativity, but can be positive in some instances. The point I was making (badly, lol!) is that most things are a merger of the light and the dark, and in that play of shadows, new concepts arise refined from both ends of the spectrum. All we have to do to continue that process is keep watching and sharing information that ripples.

Now I'm laughing at the irony, something I didn't think of yesterday when he made the (admittedly hilarious!) comment... That city of necrophiles already exists, albeit in fiction... Bon Temps! I don't *get* the appeal of vampires or werepeople in erotic fiction. I'm not going to get on a soapbox and preach about it though. In my head, I understand the appeal of a guy in touch with his animal nature, but the bestial nature of the depictions repulses me. Maybe I'm missing something. But not vampires, they're just icky. And Dion, beastial Bea says to tell you that that burger was AWESOME. I don't let her ingest too much greasy goodness, but we all have to feed those myriad personalities that lie just beneath the surface of the ego, the mechanism to keep them in check, lol. (That's Mary Sue Bea, the one who always accentuates the positive, she'd have me living in a yurt, grazing on strange leaves if I'd let her!)
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VAMPIRES and their erotic pirate shirted dances remind me of the basis for addiction; sheer self indulgence to keep death at bay. Yurts and grass indeed, seems like a low rent solution to higher living.

Cheers Bea, always a pleasure.
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Dudes...dudettes...the WHOLE paradigm you are attempting to explore is based on deciet and illusions...smoke and mirrors...from the Shamir, if you remember, so, this attempting to make sense of what is essentially a Babylonian construct is futile.


To understand the essentials of life, one must go beyond Solomon.
 Quoting: Flaming Sword 28293300


babylon like solomon are our younger beliefs
thus furthest from the source (reality)
this we know
what they formed their belief upon
is what we are following
through them literally

hi flaming sword rockon


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