Instructions, Experiments and Process
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CROSS-EYED FOCUS INSTRUCTIONS|
Use an absolutely steady gaze and aim the right eye to the left side of the object placed in front of you and the left eye to the object's right. Both eye's visual axis will cross between you and the object. Do not look at the object with your eyes because that will create a converged focus. Place only your awareness on the external object. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.
CROSS-EYED FOCUS EXPERIMENTS
CROSS-EYED FOCUS PROCESS
A cross-eyed focus on an external object places the visual signals in the LE-LVF (green) and RE-RVF (red) at NONcorresponding points along the visual pathway.
The LE-LVF (green) signals refract at the cornea and lens to the left eye right retina side, cross the optic chiasm over into the right hemisphere. The LE-LVF signals follow the right optic path to the cerebral cortex, cross the corpus callosum into the left hemisphere, follow the left optic path to the optic chiasm, cross over to the right optic nerve, reach the right eye left retina side and exits into the RE-RVF area. The sensation of a left side, smaller, further back, transparent image is observed.
The RE-RVF (red) signals refract at the cornea and lens to the right eye left retina side, cross the optic chiasm into the left hemisphere. The RE-RVF signals follow the left optic path to the cerebral cortex, cross the corpus callosum into the right hemisphere, follow the right optic path to the optic chiasm, cross over to the left eye right retina side, reverse refracts and exits into the LE-LVF area. The sensation of a right side, larger, closer, transparent image is observed.
A cross-eye focus on two identical pictures/objects put the visual signals at the visual axis of each eye. The visual axis crossing creates the interference pattern resulting in the sensation of sight of a single, closer, smaller and solid positive afterimage. A cross-eyed focus on two identical candles but one is white and the other is red also produces a single, closer, smaller, solid positive afterimage at the visual axis crossing. But the single candle is not a blend of white and red to pink. The single candle image switches back and forth from white to red.
A cross-eyed focus on two groups of random letters will overlap the noncorresponding visual signals into a single readable eidetic image.
MISSING LINK CLUES
Cross-Eyed Vision 2 objects = 1 object
Create an Eidetic Image
CROSS-EYED FOCUS QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Is a cross-eyed focus difficult to achieve?|
The eye's natural habit is to move in synch with each other resultig in a converged focus. Cross-eyed focus is unnatural and more difficult to achinve due to life-long habits.
How does a cross-eyed focus create double images?
What are the differences between converged, parallel and cross-eyed focus images?
Yes! A six-layered visual system becomes apparent.
How does a cross-eyed focus on two identical external objects create a single image closer and inbetween the two external objects?
What creates the sensation of sight - a positive external object backdrop merging with outgoing negative visual energy or the interaction of positive and negative energy at the visual axis crossings?
Why would the crossing of the two negative visual axis energy create a positive afterimage and not a negative afterimage?
How does Man see stars instantly?
How do babies know to converge their focus?
What chaos would be created if individuals were to use a cross-eyed focus dominently?
What is observed when using a cross-eyed focus on one red and one white candle placed six inches apart six inches in front of you?
What clue is presented by the red and white colors switching back and forth?
How does eidetic imagery work?
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