Light Lensing, And What We Do To Light When We Stop It In A Crystal (Page 18)

5/3/2019
This is a legacy notebook. All pages are considerably outdated now, and have been left to allow those with questions of their own to see how I was able to develop into my final conclusions. All theory has been closed/verified and I have moved onto the foundational Binary values found in more recent works.

9/21/18 Page 18:

Light Lensing, And What We Do To Light When We Stop It In A Crystal

Update 11/17/18 – Light lensing theory has been completed, and refined further in pages 20+. Some of these ideas on lensing were old iterations of the conclusion I reached.

Gravitational Lensing Is Light Waveform Viewing

It is a frozen picture of light; by magnifying it, we are seeing the actual waveform of the information arriving in 3d space. Sines are spheres. The closer we get the closer we get to the energies behind what’s arriving; These are either phased out by what’s in front of it, or more spaced out than the shorter wavelengths in front of them – what gravity has done, or is doing is amplifying the wavelength in such a way that it allows for a “wider” cone around the initial point, or area of observance behind the initial point of arrival. It is a redshift on a grand scale.

I still am not sure how gravity does it apart from ties to magnetic fields, but I can tell that this is a big part of how we see it. Another indicator of this is the fact that sometimes a duplication can be seen IE: Spiraled sine wave. This is very similar to the double slit experiments. -old/solved through the next sets of pages

It is not messing with time. Even if we observe this in real time, it should mean the same thing. Here is a video to give an idea of what I mean. Please note this spiral form can be used to create 3d water droplets. There is a video showing how to do that. The droplets are “waves” or “spheres”. The further spaced the spiral becomes (think Fibonacci spiral); the more apparent the wave or lens becomes.

Think about the slit experiments, and how if you move the wall back far enough light begins to appear as if it is dispersing, and if you just walk away from it it turns into a point. If this is still troubling, try imagining a light particle creation inside of a sun, and slowly move yourself out of the sun, then into space, and into deep space, until you see the galaxy; then go back to the top and reread. It is how I was able to perceive this.

Regarding Crystals, we currently stop light using crystal structures, and they hold their image. This is a result of phase alignment and rectification, or altering the amplification of light in such a way that it no longer fluctuates so intensely. Later in the video, you see me moving the detune up and down to stop the image. That is the same effect that crystals have on light.

This is what a redshift looks like in different format:

Update:

It seems like light lensing is just a form of refraction; which is made more apparent by magnetic fields pulling on lights magnetic field. There are amplitude (wavecycle) changes happening when wave forms regulate one another. -old/solved through the next sets of pages

Basically we are seeing the inside of the double slit experiment. Here is an example where the sun is the emitter, and two windows are used as refraction points to create new points of emission, from different angles or distances. You can consider the less illuminated bars to be the larger wavecycles which “wrap” around the lense. It’s very similar to how eyeballs work. Meaning there should be ways to amplify the effect with magnetism.

This also means that we can most likely turn the double slit experiment into a real life vectorscope by either alternating locations of the slits or trying variations of crossed positions; or to put it another way, a cat has slatted eyes up and down, which helps it to have better side to side peripheral vision. If the slats were left to right, they would have better peripheral vision up and down instead.

This is an actual representation, with scientific documentation of what is happening. Please note that radio bursts are just scaled versions of light: