Berman, B. (2015). The source of consciousness. PHILICA.COM Observation number 89.
The source of consciousness

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

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The brain is a living time prism, a temporal diffraction grating. The brain’s functional output is similar to that of a glass prism, but instead of revealing all the colors of the rainbow, it exposes the range of thoughts embedded in the invisible time structure within space-time, thus gifting to us just a few of the many colors of consciousness. In this context, the brain is de-multiplexing and decoding the dynamics of the infinity of the valence bands of the universal space-time structure, thereby revealing to us a hint of its richness.
We must eventually accept that, within the “empty vacuum” of space-time lies the eternal structure of future and of life and soul, for where else is it to be found? Why, then, do we act as such basic trivial beings, displaying crude animal aggressive behavior, when available to us is the rich potential of the universal temporal superstructure with its upwardly infinite bountiful content?

Observation circumstances
I have known these ideas to be true for over 50 years.

Berman, B. (2014). Corridors of the Mind,, ISBN 9781311333148
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Published on Thursday 8th January, 2015 at 01:26:49.

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