The Aperture of Flat Earth

Consciousness is an aperture. Each of us chose a lens to perceive the world. None of us are more accurate than the other. We can only fathom light our mind is willing to absorb. Without this filter, we would freeze like the possum from information overload. What we fathom comfortably is what we accept in our minds. Some see more, some see less. There is no perfect lens. There is no perfect camera. Each is unique and offers a chance to see the world from a unique perspective. A place others insist must be wrong in order to strengthen their own canvas.

I illustrate how Ken Wheeler shows this difference in aperture by creating the Flat Earth model using Globalism. He describes the flat plane perfectly using magnetism and electricity, but his aperture can’t see what I do. Both of us are using our senses to build a model of the world. Both of us are honoring our system of proof.

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Would it be fair to say that we are all born with the ability to zoom in and out with our aperture. We learn how to do this from our parents and then society as a whole. The problem is of course that having a fully functioning view is not conducive to being controlled by others, so our aperture control button gets sticky and slow with low vibrations, a bit like eating sugar and processed food that ‘clogs’ us up! Fear is the biggie obviously. I’ve seen people over these last few weeks that started off relaxed and not paying… Read more »

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Bruce Wright

I can’t remember which one of your videos it was where you half-heartedly said that KNOWING is the enemy of BELIEVING but I have a take on that. Most folks, like Crrow777, claim that BELIEF IS THE ENEMY OF KNOWING, which is actually the TAGLINE for his Radio Podcast. I feel this is actually the case and here’s why…When folks believe something to be true, which is actually false, this false belief can only lead to some form of disease, whether it be physical, mental, or emotional. For example, the other day I was listening to one of the little… Read more »

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Bruce Wright

Your videos are so cool because they are so deep. Every time I listen to a specific video, like this one, it reveals something different to me. Simply listening to you is giving me a more expanded and flexible aperture. Now, that’s cool. James, you are a cool dude!

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Aurelie

Hello james, I have watched your 2 last videos and found your thougths very interesting and very deep. This deepness is missing me so much when I am discussing with people, open minded or not. Often I feel people in the truthseeking area staying too much focused on the “how” of this 3D place, sharing perpetually all these very dramatic/negative proofs from the elite, and nothing positive or slightly which makes me feel everything is already lost for all of us. Why continue to live? If they know everything and us nothing… And if we will be at 99.99% tricked… Read more »

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Heather

Aurelie, I feel your sadness, I too have thought many times what is the point, we seem to be overwhelmed by something more powerful than us, something which has more knowledge than us; but this is because we can’t feel what we truly are, we are the ones with the power and the knowledge, it’s already inside of us. Over the last 10 years I have cared for my elderly father, who had dementia and poor mobility, I am also a single parent of 4 children (although grown now); this time hangs heavy over us deliberately so, my father passed… Read more »

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Hello Heather, First of all, I am very sorry for your lost. I experienced what dementia was like with my grandfather (Alzheimer) and is one of the worst diseases that there can be. I hope that you personal situation can improve very soon. I lied myself in your conversation with Aurelie because this sentence “However reading other people’s comments on sites such as this, helps me know that I am not alone” is exactly what I have felt today in a website named corbettreport.com. I don’t know if you know it, but there are lots of people like us sharing… Read more »

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Phaeton

Hello James and others, first time commenting here. Like most of you, I have been indoctrinated to have certain believes, which might be wrong or might be true. One of them is the theory of earth being a globe. Nonetheless, I have to say that this is my position at this moment. What we perceive, it is true, is that the earth is flat. But it doesn’t mean that what we think we perceive is the truth. Can we see bacteria without instruments? Cells? Molecules? But it doesn’t mean that they don’t exist. Searching about this topic has made me… Read more »

Seager Beverly
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Ba’al Earth Model

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Great show and length as well. You do not need to say fuck or fucking to get your point across. Fuck and fucking do not really mean what you are intending when you say it, it’s just like a shock word that you do not need.

Bruce Wright
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Bruce Wright

I disagree. Personally, I love using the words FUCK & FUCKING to express myself, especially with people who have reached the age of puberty. Having been a baseball and fastpitch softball player and coach, I found that the players love saying FUCK & FUCKING too. And the reason I don’t feel the least bit guilty for loving to say these fantastic words is because of DR. WILLIAM JAMES, the great HARVARD professor known as the Father of Modern Psychology, or something lofty like that. He said, “The most EFFECTIVE form of communicating is with the use of STREET TALK, and… Read more »

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Bruce Wright

Your “APERTURE” analogy used to explain why some folks can “see” or perceive various things that others do not see or perceive is very cool. I was banned from YouTube and Vimeo for sharing various truths that the vast majority of folks simply do not or cannot perceive at this time. I also checked out Ken Wheeler about a year or more ago when Santos Bonacci spoke so highly of him. I watched maybe 50 of his little videos and found him to be an incredibly intelligent man. However, when I learned that he still “believes” in a ball shaped… Read more »

Seager Beverly
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seager

That’s quite the essay. I would like to say a few things about it. First, you seem to get overly emotionally attached to anyone spreading interesting ideas from what they believe to be true. So someone has a view you don’t have and you create the drama in your head over it. Second, that much text gives me the impression of pilpul being attempted. Third, you’re not convincing in any of your points of view.

Don’t put others on a pedestal (or in the pit). You’ve only got yourself to blame.

Bruce Wright
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Bruce Wright

Seager, I can tell from your comment that you were a bugger-eater as a young man. I’ve know others like you. The impact of all the bugger eating has transformed you into what most folks refer to as an asshole. Of course, during flue season, I’m sure the bugger eating is occupying most of your time. However, you did take the time to make one of the most incredibly confusing and meaningless comments I have ever read. You may want to slow down a little on your bugger intake for a few days. And yes, I think James True is… Read more »

Seager Beverly
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seager

What’s a bugger eater? I’m an asshole? Who cares? If you want to talk about meaningless comments, look at the one above I replied to. And I never said I was interesting, I’m not at all. Why the fuck would I want to be interesting? For who? My family likes me as I am, what the fuck else do I need? Just look at yourself getting obsessed over the internet again. I could be a bot for all you know.

Nicki
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Nicki

Great analogy James. Thank you.

Shimshon
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Shimshon

Hi James. I like the analogy. There’s another interesting effect of telephoto lenses that fits. When stopped down, the expanded depth of field has the effect of compressing distances. The effect is used to make scenes look more crowded than they actually are. Steve Sailer has made many recent posts on it. This is his latest.

https://www.unz.com/isteve/fun-and-profit-with-telephoto-lenses/