A 9-table stimulated matrix vignette titled UsersoftheInvisible by J E D Cline on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 10:58:21 AM US/Pacific
USERS OF THE INVISIBLE
Among the busy activities of people doing a huge variety of things, are those who are "users of the invisible". These range from the usually benign activities of ham radio operators who communicate with home equipment by use of radio waves. Radio waves are invisible to the eye or any other sense, unless so intense that they heat the flesh, and there are other possible effects based on frequency, intensity and cofactors; but in general these radio waves like have been used for AM and FM broadcast and television have been considered benign for over half a century. "The invisible" also includes whatever is not visible or perceivable directly by one's senses yet can have real effects despite its hidden nature. Wind could be such an invisible force that does things yet cannot be seen, but this writing is focusing on people's use of invisible items. Things can be rendered hard to see by use of camouflage, such as used by the military and some animals in nature, enabling them to move and watch quarry while being hard to see by their intended victims. And, when it is dark, just about everything is invisible; and some people will do things in the dark so others cannot see them doing it. A mirror can reflect another part of the scenery which a looker would see the reflected scenery instead of what is behind the mirror. The knowledge of biorhythms might be considered invisible since it provides information regarding particular days when specific individuals will have a more difficult time coping on one or more of their biorhythm cycles, physical, emotional, and intellectually ... maybe more. Users of the mysterious voodoo and radionics to influence outcomes at a distance and observe from hiding at a distance, has long been practiced by a wide range of people, and both disciplines have used their skill to provide "law enforcement" personnel with information thus giving both credibility and acceptance of their respective activities thereby. So among all those busy folks out there are some who are also busy but are invisible while doing their part of the overall busyness.
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