Eidetic Geocentrism

Inertial space conditions induce auric stresses. Travel across any space evidences auric-resistive stresses. Depressed and distorted auric patterning is observed aftermotion. Moved objects and organisms require a dispersive time period during which densified inertial space is neutralized. Inertial space is suffusive and permeative. Prolonged inertialization re­moves defined conscious states. Excessively prolonged travel accretes sufficient inertial densification which alters emotion and cogni­tion.

AURIC DISTORTIONS

Auric anatomy externalizes its tri-layered na­ture when moved with velocities which exceed the normal walking pace. The inner, middle, and outer aura reveal themselves in perceptual distortions which appear externally. During motions which exceed the walking pace, the aura expands. It does so in response to the strain placed upon moving organisms and their thready ground connectedness. Ground connectivity must be maintained so that life is maintained.

During the magnified motional auric state, one perceives a distorted world-view. One ob­serves a tri-layered and contradictory world-view when travelling at constant veloc­ity. Percipients note the following experiential distortions:

A)     In directions perpendicular to that of the motional direction

1)           Immediate stationary objects appear col­orless and ephemeral, moving very rapidly in the opposed direction to that of one’s travel, inner aura distortion.
2)            Intermediate objects seem fluidic, deeply colored, and follow one’s travel direction at a slower velocity, middle aura distor­tion.
3)           Objects at the extremes of one’s view seem vaporous and unmoved, outer aura distortion.

B)    Perception in forward directions of travel

1)           sensual densifications toward the center field of view.
2)           visible negative curvatures in a forward sphericular distribution from the percipient.

C)    Perception in aft direction of travel

1)           sensual dispersion away from field center
2)           center field appears immobile
3)           flanking fields appear to follow percipi­ents

PERCEPTUAL RELUCTANCE

geocentric modelWe have our being and perceive from the ground and out into spaces. The auric systole absorbs ground-projected articulation. The au­ric diastole projects space-permeating discharges. Our usual and most concentrated conscious directive guides us through topo­graphic space along the ground. Upward solo-directed consciousness is most difficult, manifesting curious resistance. The auric sys­tole-diastole is process which is distorted by inertial space resistance in this case.

The negative curvature of objects ap­proached is a most striking feature of experiential motion through space. Moving percipients experience the curving of all ob­jects forward and away from the traveller’s direction. Large static objects appear to unfold away from the moving percipient.

The leisurely walking pace represents natu­rally cooperative organismic response in the undulating ground supply. The walking pace envelopes the percipient in the ground-pro­jected oscillation. Percipient auric systole-diastole absorbs this ground articula­tion and expands as personal need demands.

The Einsteinian curvature of space does not accurately describe qualitative experience dur­ing motion. Einsteinian theory asserts that space curvatures and optical distortions can only appear at near-light speeds. Common and ac­cessible experience teaches us that velocities exceeding that of a leisurely walk manifest perceptual distortions which continue intensi­fying until they reach certain critical values. The rapid approach of percipients toward any natural object distorts the very thing approached. This rapid approach produces the experience of sphericular surfaces which enfold away from us.

The negative sphericular distortion appears gradually at velocities which exceed the natu­ral walking pace. This reluctance of Nature to enjoin rapidly approaching percipients distorts our perception of distal realities and appears to be the “true shape of Nature”. Without the knowledge of this phenomenon we model all distal reality according to a false generaliza­tion. Distorted auric articulations become distorted perceptions.

Motions produce perceptual distortion. Mo­tion produced perceptual distortion persists for a distinct time period which is related to the degree and duration of motion in space. There is a gradual cessation of this negative sphericular process in space. When the percipient stops moving the perceptual distortion gradually ceases manifesting itself. This feature seems to indicate that objects are discharging a permeative quantity which is capable of cloaking objects and distorting our perception.

The static state and casual walking pace each represent natural and beneficial organis­mic conditions. Once-moved percipients continue to experience perceptual distortions for a significantly long time period after travel has ceased. These percipients experience a perceptual disparity when comparing what they now see with their perceptual state while mov­ing. Auric reformation adjusts and moves to the new condition at rest and produces temporal perceptual confusion.

Auric movement is slowed by the inertial condition of the percipient. Percipients requires certain time period for the absorbed inertial space to discharge. Perception clarifies as this discharge process proceeds. Highly inertialized percipients may continue experiencing percep­tual disparity for hours, and even days.

DISEQUILIBRATION AND SPHERICITY EXPLAINED

“Motion-sickness” is far more penetrating to the sufferer than is ever medically addressed. Such unfortunates actually experience a dual reality. Physiological accommodation of mo­tion produces auric rigidifications in the absorbed inertial space. These rigidifications prevent instantaneous accommodation of mo­tional state and perception, and require time for their dispersion. Administration of chemical depressants does not affect accelerated percep­tual restoration, and merely pacifies the physiological irritations which have been de­veloped.

Experiments with flywheels of various com­positions have revealed that auric perception is driven outward from axles. Spinning wheels manifest a continual absorption of inertial space which proceeds from rim to axle, and requires time. This inertial-absorptive phenomenon makes continual viewing of spinning wheels very difficult, with mild nausea following.

The effects vary among organic and el­emental wheels. Perceptual distortion from steel wheels is very sudden. This is experienced as a very defined forced movement of perceptual focus along the surface of the rotating wheel from axle to rim, and out into the surrounding space.

Perceptual focus is held out to a specific distance at fixed rotation velocities. Increased rotational velocity forces perceptual focus out further away from the spinning wheel. Wooden and rubber wheels force perceptual distortions away from the rim at a slower rate. Slowing the rotation of spinning wheels reveals a very gradual discharge of the perceptual distorting principle from the wheel mass. Distorted auric articulations become distorted perceptions.