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48 The second item: the broken mirror
The second item that I would like to discuss on is mirrors.
Mirrors are not a novelty anywhere in the world. It is a very common item actually. Just all so many other things.
Just as every other physical object would have a software code location where it is designed and maintained, so also would the mirrors be.
Mirrors have a very special quality. That of being able to display the outside reality inside it. Even though it sort of flips reality sideways, everything is inside over there.
There are quite intelligent mathematical derivations in physics that work out how the mirrors reflect, and do so many other things, including making objects look big or small.
These derivations and working out of the manner in which a mirror works can be compared to studying how a software application like Adobe InDesign or MS Word or a video editing application works. Click here, click there, type this, pull that, drag this, give a twist and such, and lo!, see what comes out!!
However, each of the above mentioned actions do make a corresponding change in the code view, which would reflect in its design view. We get to see the physical view in the computer.
In a similar manner, the mirror also has a software mechanism whereby every action that is done by the mirror would create a corresponding code change at the code view location. It is here one should contemplate upon how the mirror’s software is handing the codes of other entities in reality. There is definitely a supernatural software mechanism that works through the codes that is relayed to the physical view of the mirror.
It seems to be kind of similar to a human being mentally opening the design view of another entity and making spiteful changes into it. If done correctly, it might be able to create problems in that entity’s physical view.
I have seen it mentioned that a broken mirror has a bad effect. Not one that is cut professionally, but a mirror that splinters inadvertently. I do think that looking into such a splintered mirror might not be healthy. For one knows not how the software codes of a splintered mirror might handle the person’s image.
As I have mentioned elsewhere that a single code change can create powerful upheavals, good or bad, in persons, even if they are not physically connected or close.
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35. Issue of viewing
46. Jinxed buildings
59. Lucky stones
67. A warm talisman
69. Commentary 1
70. Commentary 2
71. Commentary 3
72. Commentary 4