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


 abnormal light process
I will now draw your attention to figures 6-8. These images like 1-5 were captured by our laboratory's head of experimental research, Dr. Leon Harmond, Ph.D., who has been working independently on a wide range of perception based projects. This paper is the culminating document of his latest research. Through his research , we have been able to identify Scattered Light to Thought Filtration disease before it reaches the epidemic proportions that so many other diseases have needed to reach before they could be properly treated.

In figures 1-5 the light activity in the normally functioning human head was documented these tests were performed on Dr. Harmond himself. Figures 6-8 are documentation of the process which occurs in my own head under similar conditions. These images are representative of the activity occurring in the heads of persons diagnosed as mentally unstable. In these photographs, the receptors are unable to process the amount of light entering the skull. It seems the YCB is totally dead. There is no stage where light is organized into thought patterns, the receptors become overwhelmed by light, and the overabundance of "explosions". Light never becomes organized, and in it's rawest form, it becomes a thought. The subject is constantly thinking, but without the ability to distinguish the important elements of the information received. Ideas are constantly and completely connected.

Essentially, the difficulties faced by these individuals are not due to a deficiency of thought, but an overabundance of thought. Individuals suffering from what we will refer to as Scattered Light to Thought Filtration (SaLTFil) are in need of a means of funneling these random thoughts into appropriate compartments. The diagnosis of SaLTFil applies across a wide range of mental illnesses. It is in fact the symptoms of SaLTFil that have made it so hard to diagnose. One experiencing unfiltered thought formation with no means of compartmentalizing the resulting information is doomed to perpetually avoid the expression of their needs or even their difficulties. In it's undiagnosed stages SaLTFil patients generally find it nearly impossible to express anything. The bulk of their energies are usually spent trying to hide their illness. When the patient finally realizes that there may be help in sight, the constant distraction of random thought formation tends to make even coherent sentence formation impossible.

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