Light or Light?

Updated: 6 days ago


If the world “I” see and experience is based on the light that is bouncing off my orbs (which is causing the illusion) “I” would have to consider which light this refers to because there is more than one definition of light.


Light 1. 

The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible. This term is also used to describe near death experiences and spiritual experiences. Even when viewing spiritual art most of the figures are depicted with a light surrounding them to imply illumination.

Light 2. 

Of little weight; easy to lift.

This term is used to describe the mass of something. This definition speaks to spirit. How light or heavy my spirit is will measure how “far” “I” can rise.

There are more definitions than that but just based on the information “I” “now“ gno, which one makes more sense?


If “I” consider the second definition as the true meaning of “light” then that explains why my ancestors civilizations lived in caves and underground. They weren’t ignorant based on a lack of technology; they were geniuses based on thoroughly gnoing themselves. My previous thought patterns were based on someone else’s theory. How do “I” gno that day is day and night is night? If the light is causing the illusion that “I am“ is experiencing does it disappear when “I” close my eyes? It makes me wonder.


Have you ever seen the movie They Live? It’s one of the best movies ever made. It’s about a man who sees the real reality of the world but only through a pair of glasses.


Update: please click the below link and review.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2018/03/11/woman-who-ripped-her-own-eyes-out-thought-it-was-a-sacrifice-to-god/amp/

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