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Blind from birth woman sees in her dreams?

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June 16, 2019 / By Wystan
Question: I just saw a video of a scientist who created an experiment in which he had a blind woman from birth and picked a random 5 digit code each night and placed it on top of the shelf, out of hers and his sight. She's blind so it's not like she could have gotten up to see it as she couldn't. The first few days she said she was out of her body (same ol stuff), but on one particular day, she was able to tell him the numbers in the sequence. During this he noted that she experienced high levels of alpha waves, I'm not too educated on this but someone who is can get the info from that. Also, on her other OOB, she said she was out of the hospital and she was free in the sky and could see everything below her (although no way to verify if what she saw was what actually happened) and that she flew high where she saw light for the first time. According to her, she can't see anything, not even black, from being blind so I just found this a very interested video because she claims to have seen light and human figures. Now my question is, assuming that she didn't lie about any of this, can this prove or open up a possibility of anything? Perhaps a part of the brain that is non-materialistic that can travel from the body? Just as a side note, im not a religious person, nor am I an athiest because i have no belief in either just yet. @x I understand that. However i've done a little research and it seems conclusive that people fully blind from birth cannot see anything, even in dreams or out of body experience.
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Shealtiel Shealtiel | 1 day ago
this sounds a little sketchy to me. Certain parts of her story don't make sense. #1: you say the numbers were written on cards on the shelf. Okay, lets say she came out of her body floated over and saw them. If she's never seen the numbers, how would she recognize the numbers...be able to read, etc. She's never seen numbers and letters before? #2: They claim she saw human figures. Again, she's never seen a human figure before, so even if she saw one, would she know what it was or know the difference? #3: concepts of things such as colors...red, blue, black....All colors are, are reflections of light on your eyes. For example, if something is red, it absorbs all light, and only reflects back the red spectrum of white light and your eyes see the red. Think about this....you see your car in the day time it is one color, but at night under street lights, your car's color looks different to your eyes. That being said, you know what red looks like because you've seen it. If you've never seen any colors, you don't know what black looks like. Its like if I asked you to describe the color "hanzeg." What does "hanzeg" look like? You've never seen that color, so you can't tell me. Obviously that's just a word made up, but to a blind person, so is red, blue, yellow....there's no meaning of that to them. Sounds like a far fetched story someone is making to gain some attention.
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Shealtiel Originally Answered: Blind from birth woman sees in her dreams?
this sounds a little sketchy to me. Certain parts of her story don't make sense. #1: you say the numbers were written on cards on the shelf. Okay, lets say she came out of her body floated over and saw them. If she's never seen the numbers, how would she recognize the numbers...be able to read, etc. She's never seen numbers and letters before? #2: They claim she saw human figures. Again, she's never seen a human figure before, so even if she saw one, would she know what it was or know the difference? #3: concepts of things such as colors...red, blue, black....All colors are, are reflections of light on your eyes. For example, if something is red, it absorbs all light, and only reflects back the red spectrum of white light and your eyes see the red. Think about this....you see your car in the day time it is one color, but at night under street lights, your car's color looks different to your eyes. That being said, you know what red looks like because you've seen it. If you've never seen any colors, you don't know what black looks like. Its like if I asked you to describe the color "hanzeg." What does "hanzeg" look like? You've never seen that color, so you can't tell me. Obviously that's just a word made up, but to a blind person, so is red, blue, yellow....there's no meaning of that to them. Sounds like a far fetched story someone is making to gain some attention.

Shealtiel Originally Answered: The difference for a man to have sex with a woman who needs sex and and a woman who has sex with him by duty?
No difference here. in both cases the female in the first the male in the second are only satisfying their physical needs and in both cases have a partner willing to help..There is no difference except that the woman doing her "duty" sounds like the only one not having any fun. exactly what do you mean by “duty”? Sounds sorta sucky...
Shealtiel Originally Answered: The difference for a man to have sex with a woman who needs sex and and a woman who has sex with him by duty?
If he is not in love then it would be same for him no difference this only affects a man who is sleeping with a woman whom he loves.

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