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Perception Entrained by Reverse Movement

If a given subject moves outside our galaxy* at logarithmically increasing or decreasing speeds in a reverse direction away from a given center, it’s possible and maybe probable that no forward moving time is perceived when full perception is entrained by the reverse movement. Similarly, to accelerate in a forward direction, time is almost always perceived in a forward-moving direction. Generally, in the context of these writings, words with the “ward” suffix (e.g. “toward,” “afterward,” “backward,” “forward”) all indicate a parallel association, or shall we say correlation, to an objective time vector. Both forward and reverse directions have a tendency to entrain conscious perception, when attention is focused away from its center. Therefore, mulling such a considerably momentous relationship between this kind of movement vis a vis time is conceivable. As previously stated, the opposite center of the universe may have a limit to general boundaries if there is is motion below the crest in forward moving time.

*An experiment like this done outside our galaxy avoids any chance of quantum interference by those observing said experiment.