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Blinded by the light…..

March 30, 2013
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Thinking about the general in-version of everything in our current states, where, in true double-speak fashion, good is bad, up is down, right is right and left is wrong… war is peace and peace is boring…

It struck me that we have a rather shady view of light and dark, if you pardon the pun.

light fades colours. that is what got me thinking. Put anything in the sun for a few days and it’s colours dis-appear. Now why would that be. Where do the colours go?

Once dyed in the wool, aren’t they an intrinsic part of the fabric? What holds colour and what is it in bright sun-light that takes them away?

Does Sunlight eat colour? Really, think about it?

Kept in the dark, anything will re-tain it’s colours for-ever. Millenia even.

hmmmmm…. so light eats colours. makes sense since pure white light is the perfect mix of the spectrum.

Dessication. We are creatures of water, and the sun dessicates us.

light through a drop of water breaks into it’s individuated spectral mix.

There is something here, i have my finger on it, but not well enough to feel a strong pulse.

In the dark, growth happens. Growth always happens in dark, secreted places. Caves, wombs, the veins of the earth….Darkness is moist, fecund…

Sunshine time is to gather energy and convert. It is transformational, not nurturing.

Then in the night, in a maximum of 7% reflected light from the sun, growth happens…creation happens.

is this why the ancients venerated the Moon over the Sun?

I mean, how come the moon can completely and perfectly occult the sun on a perfect eclipse as above? Did you know that the moon is exactly 1/400  the size of the sun and the Sun/Moon distance is exactly 1/4oo times the Sun/Earth distance? What are the chances eh?

But that besides, darkness is nurturing and creative, Sunlight is energizing and destructive.

If a candle was never lit, it would never burn out but then again, neither would it ever be alive.

Everlasting life is everlasting darkness.

hmmmmm…. I can feel the pulse now.

life, Light, Darkness, death.

Which en-folds which?

Cycles, pulses, waves, en-foldment, un-foldment, growth, decay, energy…..



15 Comments leave one →
  1. March 31, 2013 3:05 am

    Did you ever read or hear about the conversations between ground control and the first lunar landing mission? Armstrong made the following statement (paraphrase) as they were entering the moon’s atmosphere, “I can see the stars again, I can see the earth!”
    Does this mean we need atmospheres with their chemical or otherwise components to benefit from light, because if – as Armstrong’s statement indicates – there is no light in space beyond the stratosphere, that might also mean that it is very cold out there too! What proof do we have that the sun is hot? The higher in altitude we climb, the colder it gets and it is very cold if you get out of a plane at high altitude. Our knowledge of physics fits a certain paradigm but I, for one, don’t believe it is the truth. Keep up the good work Sherlock!
    Happy resurrection celebrations to those who believe in hares (sorry, rabbits) and things.

    • March 31, 2013 3:14 am

      toff, great to hear from you here and yes yes…. nothing we are told about the Sun/light/dark/cold is true. Dark matter is a scientific fib. schauberger said years ago, the Sun is a cold dark place. The game is induction and magnetism, NOT conduction and electricity.

      Such mysteries, eh?

    • Tester permalink
      June 20, 2013 10:42 am

      Seeing light requires matter for reflection and there is simply none (well, very little) in free space, thus you see nothing but deep black darkness there, no stars, no sun. That’s well known.

      And no, the sun is no “cold, dark place”, although the heat is most intense at the outside (where it’s actually generated) and there is a cooler layer below.

      • June 20, 2013 4:29 pm

        Tester, the Sun is a portal, a dimensional portal. In fact, it is a hyper dimensional object. No fission. None, please watch Eric Dollard on youtube, don’t take my word for it.

        Also search for the term Electric universe theory.

        And you are right, space is dark, I’ve learned that recently via Dollard’s and Electric Universe’

  2. March 31, 2013 9:56 pm

    Thought-provoking as usual Vivek. toff’s comments are also intriguing.

  3. blindman permalink
    April 2, 2013 11:31 pm

    too much to think about but …..
    cause effect, sun moon, resulting in matter, effect
    and noun, name … the cause is the ultimate mystery.
    are we comfortable or capable or compatible with the
    name we give to the sun?
    son, we are all of the son, a son.
    so much appears to be happening but is it all the
    same stuff that has been going on from the
    beginning of time, probably so.
    light has become/is a concept, there a problem.
    as far as has been reported / originally / sight [ was
    (thought), there a funny] , to be the projection of the
    eye and person onto the world.
    “..Early studies
    There were two major ancient Greek schools, providing a primitive explanation of how vision is carried out in the body.

    The first was the “emission theory” which maintained that vision occurs when rays emanate from the eyes and are intercepted by visual objects. If an object was seen directly it was by ‘means of rays’ coming out of the eyes and again falling on the object. A refracted image was, however, seen by ‘means of rays’ as well, which came out of the eyes, traversed through the air, and after refraction, fell on the visible object which was sighted as the result of the movement of the rays from the eye. This theory was championed by scholars like Euclid and Ptolemy and their followers.

    The second school advocated the so-called ‘intro-mission’ approach which sees vision as coming from something entering the eyes representative of the object. With its main propagators Aristotle, Galen and their followers, this theory seems to have some contact with modern theories of what vision really is, but it remained only a speculation lacking any experimental foundation.

    Both schools of thought relied upon the principle that “like is only known by like”, and thus upon the notion that the eye was composed of some “internal fire” which interacted with the “external fire” of visible light and made vision possible. Plato makes this assertion in his dialogue Timaeus, as does Aristotle, in his De Sensu.[1]
    ” wiki
    so who is this witness to the fires?
    best to ya’ll !!!
    here some images.

  4. blindman permalink
    April 3, 2013 12:12 am

    blinded by the light, I first think of glare which is
    glare. one could google that term. then I think the
    glare of our conceptual model which dictates our
    capacity to actually observe the light that transmits
    coherent information. yet, coherent strikes to conceptual
    model so maybe glare is the experience and informative
    characteristic we need to consider now?
    dark is beautiful and light is an illusion born
    of the darkness and of the cultural concept, I would say.
    the shadow area is where the crooks hide and then emerge,
    riding the razor of twilight , misrepresenting the true darkness
    source as mere shadow authority.
    there a poem.
    great post as par usual mr. v..

  5. dublinmick permalink
    April 3, 2013 6:08 am

    Color me a skeptic but was Armstrong on the moon or the sand dunes in California? I have been there and they do look like the moon.

    That is some pretty deep thinking Vivek and it reminds me of various links on crazy horse who speaks of a great light which will transform everything even the waters. What you have just outlined, fits right into this theory.

    Sitting Bull practiced the sun dance, where he prophesied after staring at the sun for 2 days.

    • April 5, 2013 4:04 am

      Akhnatan fits in there somewhere too, the sun, current sun, got ascendance during his time….everything started rounding out from there…

  6. blindman permalink
    April 3, 2013 11:37 am

    The symbol, hoary with antiquity:
    The Horse
    beloved creature; wild, beautiful, loving, strong, willing; just true magnificence.
    a beast and mammal – torrid of the flux of the dry, in water the carrier of the Gods;
    akin to the Universal forces, natural justice and of physis; mighty is he, that beast of the Earth,
    indeed a Parochial God.
    a mind of its own; a survivalist; as man
    And its jockey, destined to be a God, a spirit of both good and evil.
    another beast; another mammal but the cauldron for both,
    humid and dry, of anode and cathode,
    to be forged in the fires of hell by the awful Grace of God.
    And the jockey’s mind assigned to meld to the horse, as one,
    As the Spirit of the Gods, and of the Universal Intellectual wife,
    needed to meld into that wild and magnificent beast,
    known as man; to then become Man.
    Hold the faith and learn the lessons,
    as we have far yet to go.” pjb
    A Nietzchen Shadow

  7. blindman permalink
    April 3, 2013 12:40 pm

    El caballo de turín. Inicio

  8. May 5, 2013 6:48 am

    Pleasant Greetings to you all. I ask… Is it a possibility that how colours are viewed and interpreted by the brain can be affected by the vibratory rate of what is being “viewed”? And also the vibratory rate of the “viewer” ?? Could this be why beings are able to dispute whether a colour is as bright or VIBRANT as one interprets? Do colours fade in light or do they ascend?

    My good friend once put bright red lip liner on her eyebrows getting dolled up to receive a smile from the shop worker. She got the smile but it wasn’t until she got home and her farther asked why she had red eyebrows was she aware. “She’s colour blind”…. And tells that little storey much better.

    I will add my current understanding that the plant kingdom has reigned longer than humans and plants require light to grow. I will also ask… Burried deep…Do seeds need light to grow? Or is that there the perfect balance required for growth? Dark and light.

    As for the planets in our solar system and distance. I am guessing that may be covered by the Febonacci scale? Hence Spiral Guidance


  9. June 21, 2013 4:46 am

    Greetings! Shall we ever know if man set foot on the moon? Shall we ever know much of anything? There is great solace, I find, in the oldest of the Vedic statements “Consciousness is Brahman”, which if then followed up by “I am Brahman” from the Yajur Veda. leaves no room for doubt. It is all Maya and so much the better because you can catch a serious case of brain ache when you start wondering if Fukushima hasn’t triggered a monumental “nuclear” reaction in our troposphere, which when combined with solar action, leaves limited space for relief. Even with an orgone accumulator! Long live Wilhelm!

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