Chest 136; Shadows

23 Feb

Chest 136 C

Compare the soul, the shadow and X-rays. The human body has three dimensions, indeed it has a fourth, as it exists in time, it grows old and dies. Shadows exist in two dimensions and millions of shadows can be superimposed they take up no more space. The X-ray is an energy wave that exists in one dimension penetrates some things and cannot penetrate others, thus it creates a shadow. The soul has no weight, it exists in all dimensions and no dimensions. It is not affected by time. It is not explored or revealed by X-rays. The X-ray miraculously penetrates the body revealing its inner structure but masks the vibrant complexity of the being; it cannot explore the soul. The radiographic image is a shadow image of the person. It separates the subject from his own body. It is a screen that separates the physician from the patient. Interpretation of the X-ray image depends on the observer. It is simply a method to observe shadows.

This image shows a normal person as a shadow X-ray falling on the sands of time.

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3 Responses to “Chest 136; Shadows”

  1. elmediat February 26, 2016 at 6:37 am #

    Excellent observations in conjunction with the image. 🙂

  2. burgessart March 1, 2016 at 2:40 pm #

    Outstanding post Tony particular your added description (as always). I wonder if we will one day produce a machine/technology to observe the human soul. Xrays were once thought impossible!

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