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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Unit3
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Okay, so when you use the Sun as a nexus point, you use it on certain dates....seemingly, Nov 17. If this is so, what value have you assigned to that date?
Quoting: Unit3

The date is not important to the nexus itself.

It would be like if there was a giant snowball at the top of the hill. You then saw it starting to roll down the hill. You could then assign a date (or color, name, chicken recipe) to a point along its path.

It will pick up more snow as it rolls but that is predictable because of its nature. You can tell from its size approximately what 'size' it will be when it reaches the bottom or any other point along the path.

The snowball, rolling, and hill are all values in perspective.

I make up the date for the snowball reaching the bottom and everything else falls into place so that when the snowball reaches the bottom it is that date.
Quoting: Chaol

Could you give me examples of what you mean by the snowball, rolling and hill are values in perspective. I notice you didn't say in "my" perspective.

Thanks

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