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originally posted by: ntech
Something I thought I would mention here. Around 20 years ago I had a cataract in my right eye. The eye doctor replaced the lens with an artificial one. Works good but for one interesting problem. In my left normal eye when I look at a black light bar it's actually black with a little purple light around it. The right eye sees the same light bar as a bright purple. And quite a bit of purple light shining from it. I have also noticed that white has a bit of a yellowish cast to it viewing it with the left eye verses the right eye. And colors in the right eye seem a little brighter vs the left one.
Could there have been something that causes the normal lenses to discolor a bit? Or something common back then that caused the lenses of the eyes to discolor and make certain colors invisible? Just a thought.
“These hymns, of more than ten thousand lines, are brimming with descriptions of the heavens. Scarcely any subject is evoked more frequently. The sun and reddening dawn’s play of colour, day and night, cloud and lightning, the air and ether, all these are unfolded before us, again and again… but there is one thing no one would ever learn from these ancient songs… and that is that the sky is blue.”
Remembered by the most ancient of peoples as the Purple Dawn, this was a distant, ageless past before light entered the world.
Dismissed by modern astrophysicists as an impossible scenario, this configuration between Earth and its primordial star/sun is nonetheless called a ‘polar configuration’. It is diametrically opposed to what we observe today in our current sun’s behaviour which rises and sets east to west. Yet, if we take the ancients at their literal word, a planetary polar configuration with Saturn at the northern top is what they actually saw from their perspective on Earth.
Based on this ancient perspective we can theorise that the earth rotated on its axis below a star that seems to have exhibited all the characteristics of a brown dwarf star. Both this brown dwarf star and the earth rotated in unison on their axis while drifting through space locked together, thus producing the illusion from Earth’s surface of the brown dwarf star never leaving its position at the earth’s celestial north.
Life under a Polar Sun
Governed by this polar configuration the earth would have been enveloped in this brown dwarf star’s plasma sheath, a giant bubble of plasma that is the equivalent of our current sun’s heliosphere.....
With Earth previously being wrapped in Saturn’s brown dwarf star plasma sheath, all the radiated energy and light being emitted from the brown dwarf would have been uniformly reflected back off the plasma sheath onto Earth. This would have effectively blocked out all other incoming light from other stars and produced a purple-like celestial haze due to the radiation frequencies produced by a brown dwarf star. Hence the ‘purple’ colouring of what is called the Purple Dawn of man’s ancient past.
originally posted by: skunkape23
I would like to imagine that Mexicans know the difference between chicken eggs and male testes.
Same word for two very different things.
To. Too. Two.
originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: Fowlerstoad
the square is just slightly lighter green than the others but it was very difficult to tell the difference and surely not at a glance. more like textured, or has more light lines going through it.