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38 / M / Straight / Single
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Apr 27, 2011
My friend showed me the movie the Secret. It's the old New Age theory of "law of Attraction". In trying to prove this theory she says that the Native Americans who saw the first Spanish ships to sail in actually didn't SEE the ships because they never saw such a thing and therefore it wasn't in their frame of reference. It was invisible to them because they didn't believe such a thing could exist. Therefore their minds ignored it as if they didn't see the masted ships. The historical proof of this? NONE. EVidence? NONE. Written record has nothing on this.
This is pure bullshit. The human being will see big floating things on the water and notice them. Even with the logic presented by the invented history and invented laws of quantum physics. The humans that saw the Spanish ships also made boats and knew wood can float and carry people as it did for them for 1000's of years. Therefore it would've been in their frame of reference. They would've seen the humans on board. This is so ridiculous. I can't believe I almost fell for it.
This is not a comment on the "law of Attraction". It is a comment on the falsifying of historical record by projecting a theory onto it. I.E.: The Native Americans couldn't see the ships. I call into question this... well, lie. I'm not saying everything in "The Secret" is bullshit. Some interesting psychology in there. However, if you actually believe a stone age tribe wouldn't be able to see an aircraft carrier as it sailed by then please hug me by hugging the empty space right in front of you. You don't see me because I'm wearing such an outrageous costume and mask so outside your reality that it makes me invisible to you. I assure I'm there. Start hugging.
"We could all use more hugs"- Care Bears:the Movie