Water in glass staircase. Remind you of something?

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Water in glass staircase. Remind you of something?

Rockphil
Goethe found the hidden colors in the boundaries between light and darkness. He felt, as an artist, that one could not talk about light without including darkness. Calling it "the light - darkness polarity", Goethe made this new scientific discovery using artistic methods in conjunction with science. As far as scientists were concerned, Goethe was a layman, which meant that his research went largely ignored. Not until many years later was it recognized how revolutionary his scientific discoveries really were.

Goethe spent more than 40 years of his life on Zur Farbenlehre, which in its own way summarizes the whole of his thinking and connects his poetry with science. Goethe himself viewed his work as so stunningly radical that he prophesied that it would only be understood generations after his death.



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Primalredemption
Wow awesome find! It confirms what I have believed all along and what even Tesla describes; that darkness is the true nature of light and the two are merely different ends of the exact same stick.

Just as extreme cold starts to feel like burning, so too does darkness and light share the same essential nature. Hence "blinded by the light" and rubbing your eyes in a dark room then seeing light everywhere.
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Primalredemption
Here it is shown that light and darkness both reflect:

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Primalredemption
This here is an excellent example of how we know crepuscular rays prove that the Sun is NEARby:



The hole in the wall acts like the holes in the clouds; a real image is formed and travels in the form of a light ray along with darkness rays where it is projected in reverse in the other wall.

The rays are diverging because they are a real image from a LARGE object and will show that at a distance; they are NOT diverging because of perspective i.e. the 'railroad track' illusion.

Amazingly, any size or shape filter can be put over the image and it will show the SAME THING much like a hologram.
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Nils Esche
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Goethe was a Freemason.




He knew, we live inside!


This is from Goethe's FAUST:

Hexenkueche (Witch Kitchen)



Der Kater (Tomcat):

Das ist die Welt;
Sie steigt und fällt

Und rollt beständig;
Sie klingt wie Glas –
Wie bald bricht das!
Ist hohl inwendig.
Hier glänzt sie sehr,
Und hier noch mehr:
»Ich bin lebendig!«
Mein lieber Sohn,
Halt dich davon!
Du mußt sterben!
Sie ist von Ton,
Es gibt Scherben.



analogously:

Das ist die Welt => This is the World

Sie steigt und fällt => It spirals (curves) upwards and downwards

Sie klingt wie Glas => It sounds like glass

Wie bald bricht das! => It will break soon!

Ist hohl inwendig => Is hollow, internal

Sie ist von Ton => Includes sound

Es gibt Scherben => There will be shards


One should take those 'brothers' seriously about things they publish. They do share, what they know.
One merely has to understand and recognize it!



Greetings, Nils
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Primalredemption
Good to have a translator on hand lol
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