"Autism is a neurological disorder with a wide range of symptoms that
often leaves educators and parents alike confused by its mysterious
nature. Understanding the nature of autism can go a long way to
alleviating some of the frustration felt. Despite efforts, it isn't
From Rich Shull 'Old Working autism'
Autism is not that much of a mystery at all there are at least 200 more Temple Grandins about and many of us do more in real life than she does. We have built upon her picture thoughts and take them to the threshold of normal thoughts. Autism once figured out yields normal thoughts just like you use. Autism is the invisible building blocks of the simplest thoughts the sub thought of the mind and also Savants and Einstein too. Once the "Autism Language" is learned we can do OK in real life and even thrive. All this Autism language takes place during the lack of eye contact and its connected and honed to normal thoughts with splinter skills our learning hallway. (all taken away in modern autism practice)
No research expert was ever expecting to find or discover an invisible sub human thought process but that is indeed what we have figured out that explains Autism and that is WHY the normal autism gate keepers miss all the points to autism to begin with. Our hardest point to grasp in autism is simply the ignorance and the stubbornness of the Auti$m Empire. They have refused to listen to the very 'Retards' they are researching for years on end now. Their natural basis is was have to think for autisitcs as they can't do it on their own. Well, they made autism the horrible condition it is today and never really was. So much for progress. Uncover those Crypto Sensitive Autism guidelines let us explain them to you and then apply them to the Autism Blueprint we all used and see just what autism really never was.
Sincerely Rich Shull Author Autism Pre Rain Man Autism, built on Temple's Thinking in Pictures,
Inventor of the Turing Motor an Autistically Designed GREEN 70% efficient triple hybrid car motor.
Host of the blog Pre Rain Man Autism on blogspot.com