Posts Tagged ‘time’

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.


Sphere and Context and Accelerating Time

In the sphere of context, the passing disregard for accelerating time has brought many mathematical conclusions to differentiate the prospective formulae. This disregard has been noted by many, but thoroughly vetted by a small few. The primary mathematical conclusion always indicates the artificial context of the sphere, along with the natural counterpart. Only a few rare textual documents exist, in written form, referencing one of these mathematical-conclusion forumulas. Below is a photo of one such document; extreme rarity supercedes its apparent simplicity:



If not so unique, I would say that more photos would follow.


Opposite Center of Universe

Some say time is an illusion, others say it is not. Some say that everything has already “happened,” but how can everything have already happened if it hasn’t happened yet? This is where the opposite center of the universe comes into play. In a reality generated by the unconscious during a past plane of time, there is a limit to the generalized boundaries. In fact, the universe has a limit, an edge, in a memorized space-time fragment held in the thoughts of those who have taken the time to commit a universal space to apportioned memory. Directly below, and to the left of this fragmented edge is a space directly opposite the center of the universe. This space does not have a center, as it is fluid, constantly in motion with jagged-edged waves below the crest. Measuring the distance between these two opposite centers is no simple task unless one uses a device designed for such a measurement. Recent calculations tweek the distance figure to be 37, actually closer to 38. This does shift over time. Therefore it is simpler to measure the volume of space directly between the two centers.