posted on Oct, 11 2014 @ 10:33 AM
a reply to: qmantoo
I don't believe in ghost. At least not in the traditional sense. I do believe in the possibility of multiple dimensions, and I think what we see is
related to our ability, or lack of ability, to view things within a specific visual or light spectrum.
I have had glimpses of images that were perceptible for only a brief moment, that I lost sight of when I moved my head past a certain angle, or moved
just a hairs length in any direction. Some of the images may have been my brain trying to make sense of something it didn't readily recognize or
maybe, it is possible that the light changed just a tiny bit of enough, for me to see that which under normal situations would have gone unperceived.
I have to be honest and confess that my vision is a bit off anyway. I was born with what was diagnosed as under developed rods and cones. I don't
have the ability to see past visual obstacles, like screens or panes of glass. I can see through them, but where most people can see through them
without seeing the screen or the glass, my eyes won't make that jump. I also see better in low light then in bright light,and my eyes adjust a bit
more quickly to the dark than most people. I have a really funky visual field pattern. My peripheral vision is distorted. I embarrass myself, several
times a day by walking into things that are clearly visible to the average person, and giving a wider berth than commonly needed to other obstacles.
Thank goodness my family, friends and most of my coworkers, are aware of my affliction, and I don't have to constantly apologize and make the
declaration that I am not drunk. Only about 4 or 5 times a day do I have to do my shout outs, " I'm fine!" I didn't break anything, me included!"
"Just remember in a couple of days, so you won't worry about all those black and blue patches all over me." "I am not being beat up for my lunch
My only problem with the multiple dimension theory is how we manage the space time problem. How we manage being in the same space but just maybe a
vibrational hair, time length, apart. We surely would have to be doing more then time slipping on occasion. It would seem to me there would be some
really serious and frequent crashes going on. But I really don't know enough about it to make an intelligent argument about it. I just think a device
that would allow communication across dimensions, if they exist, would maybe produce better results. I only say this because, your target area would
involve, perhaps a larger range. Instead of just trying to get a response from dead people that didn't pass on to a heavenly plane, you could perhaps
get a response from any species that would be attracted to the device and touch it.
Just my crazy way of thinking. My brain is always in neutral. Gears just a spinning. At least until I put on the brakes and decide to gear up.