One human thought! What is hallucination? Shouldn't we always see in three dimensions? Photography without a camera.

: as it Relates to the Diagnosis and Treatment of SaLTFil and Related Illnesses


Norwood Funk



In the course of my treatment, I have come across numerous discoveries regarding human brain function. I have documented key elements of brain synapse communication both in my brain, and the brains of my doctors. These visions have until now completely eluded modern science.

In order to push the boundaries of the scientific, new pathways in perception had to be followed. Where contemporary medicine sits back and washes it's hands after a hard day of digging, probing and gutting of corpses then wonders why there are no clues to the mystery of mental illness we are looking at the light behind these messy physical forms - the light which can be defined simply as the perceived object.

I for one am not crazy ... I do have a biological disfunction which changes the focus of my ideas, from the particular to the interconnected. Over time I have allowed others to join in the pursuit of my goals. As a team we have developed this research, and will present it to you as new facts become available.

First, we must provide a basis for your understanding of our future investigations. Any revolutionary theory begins with a rethinking of our day-to-day lives, and this theory will begin with the development of a new mode of perception.

What lies behind these objects we see? What makes it possible for us to see them?

If seeing is believing...


Our team has developed a mode of documenting very quick patterns of light that last merely millionths of seconds. These flashes of light are the atom of the 90's. They are proof that the building blocks of the world were not made by eggheads for eggheads. They were made by an artist concerned with color and human responses to colors. Anyone can understand these interactions simply by remembering such simple formulas as red + blue = purple.

Through our research we have determined why homeless people are so much more prone to insanity than individuals who are more able to shelter themselves from light... why relapses are so common among patients released from the confines of the mental hospital .... Why depression is so common in urban areas where light is filtered through smog and shadow-casting skyscrapers. Light is the primary element of the human thought process. Our ability to receive and process light signals is what provides us with the thought processes that separate us from the animals. Light is not only what we use to see, it is what we use to think. Later we will present more detailed information about the effects of different types of light, and light environments. For know we will simply describe the processes by which the human body turns light into thought.

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