posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 10:47 AM
I'm not sure you saw a possession. What we see is not actually matter but the energy field of matter. We see the reflection of light. If the person
has a high energy level the result is a beaming that we are attracted to. Our perception and interpretation of that energy is critical. Someone
looks less attractive when they are saying or doing something we do not think of as right. If they are wearing something that we do not think is
nice, their appearance in our mind will be either that the person is either plain and unnoticable or just ugly. This personal perception is what
makes us all different.
Myself, I think a slim girl in nicely fit coveralls looks sexier than one in a skimpy bathing suit. The girl will look plain to those who do not
think like me. So is there any right or wrong in perception? Not really.
What happens if a person's energy is altered. If the energy leaving the body is raised to a higher level, others may perceive this person as bigger
at that point. If the energy leaving the body is little, the person may look frail and weak. This is not reality, people's skins are different.
Some block this energy and some transmit the energy. The Aura as some refer to it is real, it is energy bleeding out of the body. Makeup accentuates
this energy and can fool the observer by allowing more of a reflective property which is not really real.
It is important to know that our perception can be fooled by energy, including knowledge of a person's weight or what others perceive of the person.
Health of an individual is seen by looking at a person without makeup or without artificial pheromones being worn. These things alter our perception
of what a person looks like. How we translate what we see is very important and everyone translates different. Mood effects our translation of
visual and audio as well as faith. We see what we want to see most time based on our moods and desires.
Our senses are constantly interacting with each other. Some people sense pheromones and color more than others do. This is what forms moods. The
foods we eat and the aromas we smell interfere with our perception also. If your smelling is compromised than the pheromones don't work.
on 26-12-2012 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)