volcomstone wrote:invisiblity apparently requires a "cloud" of disassociated electrons forming a sheath around you
light that enters into the cloud becomes dispersed randomly so no form or shape can be seen, instead you will see simply "nothing", like looking through a peice of glass with no edges.
Welcome, volcomstone, and thank you very much for contributing!
You are talking of invisibility of the physical body. (Previous posts were about ghosts/astral bodies without the physical body component.) Spontaneous Human Involuntary Invisibility is supposed to happen this way, too. It seems this "free electrons cloud" is one of the ways to become invisible -- another way is total bodily, how to call it, transmutation, such as the one demonstrated to Michel by Thao in the book. A similar transmutation is in "Living by the Himalayan Masters" by Swami Rama, performed by the teacher of his teacher (no pun intended), a very old Tibetan man with exceptional true knowledge.
I am reminded of Patanjali's "Yoga Sutra" and its reference to invisibility (although no electron cloud is there). I started reading this two years ago, but didn't finish because of other things. It mentions invisibility:From Patanjali's "Yoga Sutra"
By perfectly concentrated Meditation on the form of the body, by
arresting the body's perceptibility, and by inhibiting the eye's power of
sight, there comes the power to make the body invisible.
When I now look again at this work, I discover many invaluable things. I recommend everyone to read it, as it contains concrete spiritual advice and techniques. I'll put it in the forum library immediately. This is another piece of wonderful literature whose truths are blindly ignored by our postultrahypermodern so-called civilization as primitive, religous writing of only futile historical interest. I say futile historical interest because we look down on such literature in the manner of "let's see what those immature religous monkeys of the past did, so that we know what NOT to do. Invisibility, eh? Your grandma is invisible." (It now appears that some of our grandmas have indeed been capable of this.)
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