posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 01:09 PM
Really... With your own two eyes in it's ENTIRETY, at any given MOMENT. If your looking at the back you can't see the front etc... It could be
anything: a book, a person, a cd..
I find it interesting as such that we never really see anything completely. We see parts of a form and construct a 'whole' in our mind. And that
'whole' is based mostly on an ocular perception (which may differ person to person) and on a semantic agreement which differs from language to
language, region to region. Everyone also processes information differently based on a multitude of factors; psychological, physiological,
What does this say about the nature of reality?
What does this say about things we 'know' to be the thruth?
Isn't that old schoolyard quip about ' we've never even seen what we REALLY look like' actually very profound. Maybe this is similar in thought to
I'm starting to believe (more so, after being on this board a little bit) that everyone exists in their OWN dimension. You can call that dimension
'perception' or whatever you like. We make 'agreements' with others that are like-minded and our dimension becomes validated. We entertain others
we disagree with but most of the time it seems to only more strongly validate our own ideas.
Are we in a very strong sense just interacting with ourselves?
Just some humble notes and questions from the hologram... Make of them what you will.