LIGHT RESPONSE IN THE HUMAN HEAD
: as it Relates to the Diagnosis and Treatment of SaLTFil and Related
READING THE SaLTFil QUESTIONNAIRE
- Patients suffering from SaLTFil frequently have such an overabundance
of light and thus thoughts in their brains, that they begin to
feel that all things which emit light are tactile. In fact the
experience of light becomes a tactile as opposed to a visual experience.
One SaLTFil sufferer was described thus: "His vision is so untrained
that he does not seem to distinguish between an object that is
painted and one that is in relief, and he will try as readily
to seize one as the other."
- Hallucinations are frequently suffered by patients with excessive
light activity in their brains. For further explanation see my
article "What is Hallucination?".
- Both of these questions refer to the effects that sunlight has
on brain activity. Almost all SaLTFil patients respond most extremely
to sunlight. Because of the broad spectrum of light that it provides,
SaLTFil patients are experience not only an increase in unfiltered
thought processes, but also an increase in the variety of thought
processes which enter the brain. This effects the patients ability
to stay on track during a conversation, as well as their ability
to develop a thought beyond it's initial formative stages.
- Patients suffering from SaLTFil frequently cannot tell one color
from another. Their understanding of color is generally referenced
to a constantly changing internal world. The ability to identify
color is frequently, very strongly tied to the patient's exposure
- At times of particular crisis SaLTFil sufferers will enter a hypnotic
state caused by the flickerings of light which effect their bodies.
The effect on the body is much like the effect of external strobing
lights on an epileptic. The hypnotic state however is rarely as
harmful to the patient as the seizure state experienced by the
epileptic. The patient simply awakens from their trance with no
memory of how they got there.
- It seems that the light elements not filtered by the PCR,YCB,
and GR in a SaLTFil patient find nontraditional ways of exiting
the body. Electrical impulses from the patient repeatedly interfere
with the operation of video and audio equipment. In some extreme
cases patients are unable to watch television, because of their
effect on the apparatus.
- The effects of the extreme and violent dispersal of light in the
patient's head frequently causes a sense of imbalance which is
focused behind the skull. Frequently the best word that a patient
can use to describe their symptoms is "headache", however when
questioned further the patient will reveal that the sensation
is not similar to what they would normally refer to as pain.
- Again I refer you to my article "What is Hallucination?". Just as SaLTFil patients transmit their thoughts in the form
of light, they become sensitive to the subtle ways that healthy
individuals unconsciously transmit their thoughts.
- & 10. These particular phenomena have yet to be explained in a
satisfactory manner, but the prevalence of this experience among
the SaLTFil patients that we have interviewed has been too great