posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 05:37 PM
reply to post by godlover25
godlover25, I also profess that Jesus Christ is my Savior, Lord and God, that He died in my place and was propitiation for my sins, a gift which I did
not deserve but which was given in love. He rose from the dead after three days and now sits at the right hand of God, the Father, in heaven. I also
believe that He has sent His Holy Spirit to indwell me and guide me into transformation to righteousness. This is despite (or perhaps because of) my
skepticism and scientific background.
Our perception of color and the physics of color are very complex, for instance, we are particularly poor at seeing red but our brain "amplifies" our
perception of red to balance it out. Also at low light levels, our color sensitivity falls rapidly below our monochrome sensitivity and so our brain
again "paints" scenes in colors it deems appropriate but may not actually be true. Professional lithography and color printing use a four color
Pantone process, not a five color process and so doesn't actually match the five Hebrew words (as i see you mentioned).
I can well believe that ancient Hebrew included attributes about the qualities of light encoded in the words as it is truly a remarkable pictographic
language, but i will research the subject more before drawing any absolute conclusions (sometimes people, in the zeal, have sadly been known to
misrepresent the truth).
I'll report back to this thread if I have time.
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