Even though all colors of the visible spectrum travel with the same speed in vacuum, the speed of the colors of the visible spectrum varies when
they pass through a transparent medium like glass and water. That is, the refractive index of glass is differ
When a polychromatic light (multi-colored light - containing more than one wavelength) like white light is incident on the first surface of the prism,
then each constituent of the white color gets refracted through a different angle, i.e., white light gets dispersed. When these colors are incident on
the second surface of the prism they again undergo refraction (they get refracted from a denser medium to rarer medium) and the colors are separated
further. Thus a beam of white light incident on a prism splits into its constituent colors to form a spectrum.
Each constituent of the white light is deviated towards the base of the prism. Violet color suffers the maximum deviation and red the least. The
spectrum obtained is impure as the colors in the spectrum do not have any sharp boundaries i.e., each color merges gradually into the next.
Seven fires prophecy is an Anishinaabe prophecy which marks phases, or epochs, in the life of the people on Turtle Island, a Native American name
for the North American continent. The Seven fires of the prophecy represent key spiritual teachings for North America, and suggest that the different
colors and traditions of the human beings can come together on a basis of respect. It predates the arrival of the Europeans, and contains information
for the future lives of the Anishnaabe which are still in the process of being fulfilled.
Originally, the prophecies were given by eight prophets in seven different time periods. According to oral tradition, all Algonquian nations located
in the Wabanaki heard the first prophet. The remaining seven prophets appeared before and were recorded by the Anishinaabeg. A prophecy of each of
these seven periods were then called a "fire". The teachings of the Seven fires prophecy also state that when the world has been befouled and the
waters turned bitter by disrespect, human beings will have two options to choose from, materialism or spirituality.
If they chose spirituality, they will survive, but if they chose materialism, it will be the end of it.
Depend what you might want to see...or maybe you see a color.
The color of a soul.
I cannot see any color simply by 'wanting to see it'.
I can look at the green grass in my yard. Regardless of what color I would prefer for my grass to be, it will stay green(unless it dies of course). I
could stare at it all day long, wanting to see red grass, but alas, it will continue being green.
I have my own theory on the soul/ spirit.
Mankind has always belived that fire can consume anything turning anything to ash and dust.
So what if we fail in Gods eyes at life and we do go to hell ?
What if the fires of hell consume the soul/spirit and the soul/spirit no longer exists ?
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