Posts Tagged ‘perception’

Reversing Orbit Folding Distance Awareness

To reverse a distant and consequential lattice of vertical awareness, one may consider folding an orbital distance onto itself. A lattice may sometimes divide consciousness into a vertical and horizontal plane, unless a substantial vertical awareness of orbit, distance, and the process of folding is initially perceived. This almost always tends to reverse consciously perceived distances, especially when basic measurements are used. The following composed series of numbers clarifies some of the orbital distances when reversals are not desired: 1, 29, 938, 32, and 48 (in base 2). 29 distance measurements can be factored into a perceived lattice, when the effect of the numbers 32 and 938 begin to wane. Then 48 (base 2) orbital measurements are required for such a computation to be evaluated. Reviewing the following helps focus the innate measurements:

Unsubstantiated vertical awareness: orbital distance
Divided consciousness: initial perception
Folding process: 1, 29, 938 (disregard 32 and 48)

When distance awareness begins to orbit, timing may be essential. To try to focus perception at a given time requires some values of concentration. For example, to perceive a timer precisely when its counting reaches “zero” requires a measure of focus; one might think the odds are greater to perceive the timer just before it reaches zero. Wait too long, and the calculation extends past zero. This may be important news to some, but an analogy might be to find a stick drawing done with stone bark and throw it into the air — at what point does it stop rising and start falling? To assign a time to that precise event could require a modicum of timing. Too fast, it’s still rising. Too slow, it has started descent. Hence the need to assign vertical awareness of a lattice (consequential) to fold the orbital timing into the non-perceived distance.

 

Collections of Continuous Movement

Inspired by circular proximity, there are numerous collections of continuous movements which only border circumferential boundaries. Removing any conflicting data, only a few assumptions remain at certain times of observation. The original circular proximity remains undefined when further continuous movements propel vectors in reversed circles (assuming the subsequent circumference borders the original boundary). The continuous movements are fourfold: vertical, horizontal, circular, and other. The horizontal movement is the one that garners the most attention when observation/attention is primarily directed to its source. Any incongruous vertical movements are disregarded when past observations result in a removal of attention. Over 750 years ago, a primary circular motion on a horizontal plane was observed, tallied, and displayed in a tabular manner. The penultimate observation almost concluded that horizontal motion appearing with circular motion should sometimes be tallied, but this observation was quickly ignored. Original circular proximity: The first, circumferential closeness to a boundary can be considered an original circular proximity, especially when incongruous vertical movements are sometimes present. Note that any thoughts before or after this notion may be similar. Any movement escalating along a horizontal surface, a circular surface, or a vertical surface has bearing on at least one thought-formed dimension (be it space, distance, or downward-motion), when such movements occur and bear on these dimensions. When a movement becomes continuous, the perception of circumferences, boundaries, and conflicting data sometimes becomes more apparent.

 

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.

 

Ancient Particle Perception

Given the eventuality of circumstances that come to pass when observing ancient particles in the daylight, the standard methods of perception prove to be, at best, a simple postulate. Arranging the reconstruction of such circumstances becomes a harsh visit to the land of non-probability, and delineated origins. If one considers that it takes exactly 186 units to travel from vector “a” to a center point, then to avail oneself of the ordinary particles (the ones previously discussed) one also has to consider the following:

    Daylight particles have less mass, when appropriate.
    Reconstructing possibilities is in the realm of probability.
    Delineated origin may trump described outlines of edges.
    Travel may sometimes consist of 186 units.
    Particle “A” and Vector “A” can commingle with a center point.

As we try to do from time to time, the appropriation of photographic descriptions may enhance the perceived topic at hand. Specifically, the photo below depicts an ancient plane on a precise vector tilt, not unlike the units needed to travel from a vector to a center point. Further study of the photo may reveal an angular shift concurrent with its position in time, space, and the particular vacuum dimension, “moving away,” in relation to a given particle.

perceived particle vector

perceived particle vector

Further illustrations may enhance the idea/construct of the perception ancient particles.

 

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.

 

Secondary Kinds of Sounds

One of the conclusions I have reached is that a secondary sound does not alter the sentient volume of an initial sound. My previous post used an example of an utterance vs a, “door slam.” Although the initial sound level (vis a vis “decibal”) remains constant, not including normal sound decay vs time, a secondary sound does mitigate the initial sound, causing the perception to be altered.  This is possibly experienced throughout the animal kingdom. Perception is directed to a sound, a secondary sound is issued (think, “striking a bell”), and then the first apperceived sound is muffled to the extent the secondary sound retains its forcefulness.