One of the most unusual experiences I encountered was a large 'pink shadow' which was brought to my attention when my brave horse ceased forward movement and stared ahead, apparently at nothing. The body language of the horse was such that she was prepared to depart through a spin. (Most horses will spin suddenly to the left when startled or concerned. The species demonstrates noticeable chirality.)The paradoxical effect of nature is a natural effect that can mislead an observer in a state of delusion through cognitive paradoxes with complexly inversed illusions. The physical universe in a universal vortical system is imbued with this paradoxical nature and all its harmonically nested creations are inherited with this paradoxical characteristic.
Originally posted by Vincent Wee-Foo
As I discerned the apparent object of her distress, it perplexed me for a moment, as it was in motion, distinctly visible, yet beyond the color, had no apparent substance.
The angle of the sun was such that it was reflecting from an overlarge stop sign at the major highway intersection nearby. The winds were strong enough that the sign was much affected by the force, and the movement of the sign was causing the reflection to appear in motion, and therefore threatening to the horse.
By holding the attention of the horse and directing it's focus between the two phenomena several times, I was able to convince her that the 'pink shadow' though in motion, held no threat, and within moments, we proceeded directly across the illusion in our path.
Never before, or since have the conditions been quite the same.