Putting the Allegory of the Cave into my own words seems comparable to the Christian idea of using the lord's name in vain. First, I'd like to introduce a phenomenon I have observed throughout my life time. I call it soul resonance. Bear with me here. When two objects emit sympathetic vibrations, the sound or force multiplies. Example: Two tuning forks of the same frequency are struck upon each other and held a few feet apart. The vibration is much stronger. Something basic about each object recognizes a similar quality in the other, and amplifies it. As with so many other laws of science, this law applies to many other phenomena. I believe this is what people feel when they first hear the Allegory of the Cave . . . soul resonance. ...
Excerpt from file: TurnAround PuttingtheAllegoryoftheCaveintomyownwordsseemscomparabletothe Christianideaofusingthelord'snameinvain.First,I'dliketointroducea phenomenonIhaveobservedthroughoutmylifetime.Icallitsoulresonance. Bearwithmehere.Whentwoobjectsemitsympatheticvibrations,thesoundor...
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