Posts Tagged ‘origins’

Escalation, Movement, and Reversal

The escalation, movement, and reversal of calendrical time, distant space, and vacuum-space may have a coordinated basis in a phenomenon related to a particular revision theory demonstrated by the original extraterrestrial time-space thinkers. Believe me, I know this sounds quite plausible, but it would be thoughtful to use a bit of skepticism when considering such a normally empiric “revision theory” cause. Those that have learned how calendar related time can be made to collapse by repeating certain actions at ever-shortening, ever-decreasing intervals (escalation not included), have experienced first hand the immediate dimensional shift that the broadening of consciousness may provide to sentience. Various and cultured ways of considering uninhabited continents located in remote, far away, and distant isles only preclude any emphasis on the escalation and reversal of time-space, as the only appropriate and plausible consideration which remains cannot be broadened without reluctantly discerning unrelated possibilities. To collapse such time eludes the initial movement and evaluation of non-probability and delineated origins discussed in my recent ancient particle perception posting. As the secondary kinds of sounds article states, “Although the initial sound level … remains constant,” similarly, the perceptual emphasized reversal of vacuum-space, sound, and similar measurements can be related to the broadening of consciousness.