Pre Rain Man Autism

Figured out Autism is the next 1000 chapters in psychology. Once we learn the picture thoughts that happen during the lack of eye contact, normal thoughts result. We build on the work of Temple Grandin and we missed Rain Man 's curse. Autism Is BOTH mrdd and Einstein and even social functioning people

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Inventor of The Turing Motor a 70% efficient green triple hybird autstically designed car motor. There are at least 200 more Autisitc people like me, that function very well and modern autism will not own up to us. We connect MR/DD to Einstein and real life. We missed Rain Man's curse (thankfully) The Turing Motor is Green has no up and down moving parts and will get a reasonable car 90 MPG. It is the motor Ford and Mercedes would have built if they understood their own. It is Autistic Obession and splinter skills all figured out!

Saturday, September 26, 2009

More 1600's picture thoughts


Rosie Jackson celebrates the anima mundi

The Philosophers’ Secret Fire: A History of the Imagination

Patrick Harpur
Penguin Books, UK, 2002, £9.99

The Oonark Eskimos were unimpressed by man’s lunar landing. `That’s nothing,’ said one. `My uncle went to the moon lots of times.’ But in a culture as hostile as ours to the wisdom of vision and enchantment, the authenticity of such metaphorical experience has been denied. With matter defined as the only reality, things as `immaterial’ as the soul, imagination, or less visible worlds are deemed to have no substance and therefore not to matter: even as I write, Professor Stephen Hawking is on air declaring belief in God to be infantile.

In this context, Patrick Harpur’s brilliant new study of the imagination - impassioned, wise, wry, humane, full of dynamic scholarship and inspired argument - is especially welcome. A fascinating, beautifully written history, not only is it intellectually meaty, overflowing with telling insight and detailed example, but on a heart level it reminds us of the deeply healing effects of a more generous and imaginal way of seeing. I found myself reviewing my own life in a new way: decisions driven by promptings from intuitions or dreams no longer seemed crazy, but full of divinest sense; I was left vindicated and reassured, with a renewed trust in the unconscious.

The problem is less one of ignorance than amnesia. In our forgetting of a larger, more sacred vision, our literalism - taking this too solid world as the only truth - has become a kind of curse. For the ancient Greeks, truth was aletheia - `not forgetting’ - ­and learning less an act of cognition than of recognition: a process of remembering. Since incarnation itself was held to be a falling away from wholeness - the Primary Imagination, out of which we are born and to which we return - the deepest forms of human knowledge and creativity could not be more than partial recoveries of this original state. Hence Plato’s anamnesis, or `recollection’ - the activity of the Secondary, or human, Imagination: `a power of working at a barrier of darkness, recovering verities which we somehow know of, but have in our egoistic fantasy life “forgotten”.’

Harpur’s powerful chronicle of this eclipsed tradition of otherworldly beings - angels, devils, gods, sidhe, the whole prolific realm once known as `faery’ - helps us remember a way of inhabiting the world that is more ambiguous and shape-shifting than the dull secularism which has come to prevail these last three centuries. His `daimonic’ reality – close to Jung’s `psychic’ and Hillman’s `imaginal’ - invokes a world that is inner as much as outer, where the imagination may not come from us so much as contain us: `It’s as likely that gods imagine us as that we imagine them.’ He undermines dogmatic atheism and the arrogance of any human-centred universe which assumes God to be our invention rather than vice versa. And the reductive literalism we inhabit - our culture’s negative default button – becomes little more than another fiction, another myth, hell-bent on denying the soul. `The sin of the ego is to wish to sever itself from its own source; its tragedy is that it sometimes succeeds.’

Some of the contours of his map of the imagination are familiar - the ideas of Heraclitus, Plotinus and Plato, Coleridge, Eliot and Hughes, Boehme, Blake and Yeats, Jung and Hillman – and the notion that from the early 17th century, the falling away of an imaginal reality has gathered momentum. In the process of our increased materialism of value and thought, we have lost vital touch with the anima mundi – the soul of the world – that collective energy which manifests both spiritually and physically and whose neglect has led to our current lack of meaning and beauty. Banished and suppressed, however, otherworldly realities do not die but return in more disturbing form – the daimonic turns into the demonic – what Yeats called those `lethargies and cruelties and timidities’ whose roots lie in a denial of imagination.

But as he traces the mercurial shifts of a neo-Platonic tradition through the centuries, expertly weaving together Norse and Greek myth, Renaissance magi and alchemists, ancient and modern theorists of dream and the unconscious, Harpur does something new. Part of his genius lies in the rich, non-linear way he re-tells the imagination’s history, part in the originality of his contemporary insights. At every turn he draws out the pertinence of a particular idea for our times, re-reading our literal culture in a symbolic way. The World Wide Web becomes an unconscious imitation of the anima mundi, Mediterranean holidays under a scorching sun turn into rituals of initiation, tourism a `secular pilgrimage’, Western medicine an echo of the mysteries of the alchemists, Derrida and post-structuralism a debased version of Kabbalism, anorexia a hunger for meaningful entry into society – all inverted attempts to invent ritual that is otherwise lacking.

Nor is this is simply a book about the imagination: for all his profound and impressive scholarship, Harpur effectively thinks in images. The texture is almost filmic in the movement from scene to imagined scene: Petrarch’s manifesto of the daimonic nature of man after a vision on the summit of Mount Ventoux in 1336; Edward Kelley and John Dee gathering with alchemists in Prague in 1583; or the fatal beginnings of the modern outlawing of the imagination in 1623 when one Marin Mersenne, `the vegan spider’, dressed in black from head to foot, condemns Ficino, Pico, the magic of hermeticism and the anima mundi. Amongst the most graphic is the portrait of Charles Darwin, `doubled up, trembling, vomiting, and dowsing himself in icy water’. Darwin’s recoil from the profusion of the natural world - nauseous at `the sight of a feather in a peacock’s tail’ – leads Harpur into the most incisive yet concise critique of Darwinism I have ever seen, all the more powerful for being focused, as dreams are, around an image. (`Image is psyche’, said Jung.)

It would be hard to overestimate the value of Harpur’s book or to praise it too highly. Packed with fabulous detail at which I can only hint here, it convinces us once again that everything is soul. We’re offered a timely reminder to recall our larger mystical selves, to conceive of possibilities of transformation, ­to remove the constraints from our limited notion of reality and celebrate life’s infinite and sacred inventiveness.

And without this restoration, how can we move forwards? It is the ability to imagine ourselves in the place of another which is the essential movement behind love: if the imagination is atrophied, so is the heart. A world which fails to foster the imagination fails to foster compassion – and the lethal consequences of that we know only too well.

Rosie Jackson is a novelist and short story writer. Author of Fantasy: The Literature of Subversion and The Eye of the Buddha, she teaches and runs writing workshops in the UK and US.

From Rich
If all of this Autism picutre thought I push holds water It will fit right in with this post. What we are talking about is nothing more than building blocks of the mind the sublevel thoughts that make the human mind function. Evolution and time have moved man a bit further from these picutre thinking ideals with every generation. *They are both MR/DD and Einstein*  In fact, the current day 2009 thought process mans uses and 'knows' as normal thought seems to be nothing more than the long hand version of autism shortcutted (= normal thoughts). Read other posts on this blog to see how we still think in picutres and generally never know it, unless were stuck and forced to say I can picutre "it" but can't put a name to it.

I am seeking a picture I seen years ago in a 1960's National Geographic Magazine of heirogylphics on a cave wall. The caption was "it was a dinner order" in so many words, a carry out order from the pre horistoric times. I seen it has pre historic first grade class room frozen in time. The picutre thinker in me  seen the idea of a picture-in-picture thought being explained. P-in-P thought is a key factor in the evolution of man's mind and if we were exclusive picutre thinkers at one time ,this learning experience would have been necessary to evolve. Once I find a copy of that picture I'll post it here.       

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Thursday, September 10, 2009

MAS 771: Autism Theory & Technology

MAS 771: Autism Theory & Technology
SPRING 2009 Class Information:
Classes: Mondays 10:00-12:00pm
Location: Orange & Green Conference Room E15-443a

Units: (2 0 10); This course is taught every two years in the spring.

Staff: Instructors
Prof. Rosalind W. Picard

Office: E15-448

Phone: 617-253-0611

picard ( @ media dot mit dot edu)

Prof. Cynthia Breazeal

Office: E15-449

cynthiab ( @ media dot mit dot edu)

Dr. Matthew S. Goodwin

Office: E15-447

mgoodwin ( @ media dot mit dot edu)

Staff: Admin

Mr. Daniel Bender

Office: E15-443f

Phone: 617-253-0369

danielb ( @ media dot mit dot edu)


This course will lay a foundation in autism theory and autism technology that significantly leverages and expands MIT's ability to pioneer new technology for helping under-served populations. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD's) encompass a broad set of conditions applying to a growing number of people worldwide, which the CDC identified in 2007 as involving 1 in 150 elementary school-age children. A person receives a diagnosis of ASD when they have a combination of atypical responses in categories relating to social interaction, communication, and restrictive and repetitive behaviors.

Oh Get Real Autism is OVER served- Over diagnosed and mis understood and  figured out- Autism has never been in a text book before and it is the building blocks of the mind. At the rate "experts" like ??? are going at things, the keystone thoughts to autism and man's mind will for ever be out of grasp.  The expanse of autism numbers is mostly due to the lower diagnosis standards  common since the old DSM was forgotton.. Older Autism and its people thrived when it was mostly undiagnosable.  The ASD diagnosis is a common standard for traditional thinkers to hold us to but they do not realize all we need is a class in Picture thoughts and we would learn the building blocks of the mind and most of us would turn out OK, just like we did before designer Autism. When Autism is poured from the I'm broken -I'm a retard mode -we resemble the mold we are poured from. Back when ,our Splinter skills and obessions  and yes picuture thoughts guided us from our autism fates.   

Many people on the autism spectrum face significant challenges with daily living, relationship building and maintenance, emotion awareness and regulation, and both verbal and nonverbal communication. Many also have problems with motor coordination and fine motor control to produce speech or certain sequences of movements, and some have a mysterious condition where their ability to move completely disappears and returns. Many also have problems with sleep, sensory regulation, attention, and executive function abilities. Students who take this class will learn about all of these challenges, many of which also affect people who do not have an autism diagnosis, and will receive a state-of-the-art overview of technologies being developed to address such challenges.

Well Duh,,, We are thinking with a thought process that has never been in a text book before. Those of us that HAVE figured it out have, figured out the building blocks of the mind. IF autism Research knew us and walked a mile in our shoes they too would see the reason why we do so well.  Once they figure out Temple Grandin's Picutre thoughts and the layers upon layers we add to her picture thoughts they would see like we do all of this Autism could be figured out taught in a grade 1-6 Pre School for autism. Our Autism is even blueprinted in The Enigma (1983) Hodges. Old Autism was also state of the art it fathered the computer via Autistic Alan Turing (1912-1954)

This class will involve presentations from experts in autism and in autism technologies, and provide opportunities to interact with individuals on the autism spectrum, including those who support them. The course will also explore the converging challenges and goals of autism research and new technologies - including networked, wearable, and robotic - that have increasingly human-like social, emotional, and communication skills. We will advance ways technology can be used for helping both researchers and people on the autism spectrum to gain greater understanding of the condition through systematic measurement of affective, physiological, and behavior data. We will also work together to develop technologies that increase opportunities for communication and expression. Our goals are to enable people with disabilities to gain the tools and help they need, while also helping researchers, families, and their support network to develop a better understanding of what autism is. 

Our goal here at  _____      is to keep this Autism charade going as long as possible.We see a confused state of being complete with Group Homes and a source of guni pigs as nothing more than job security and many chances to get our papers published and make names for our selves.  We do realize that if the nuts and bolts of obvious old working autism were admitted to our livelyhood as we know it would be in jeporady. After all do we really care if one more family is devisted by Autism and our ignorance: not when our jobs and pride are on the line ,we don't.  

We have no choice to the ignore the idea that the figured out Autism picture thoughts are the solved human code . We have no idea that those autism thoughts and the people that figured them out are the NEXT 1000 chapters in Psychology. We have no idea it will make our jobs and potiential for published papers grow by leaps and bounds or we would clamber for the chance to make a profit from it.  Peer Review road blocks keep this whole treasure chest of human knowelge including social autism ,and communication trapped away for ever.  We are however very proud to be cutting edege  _____ Autism "experts"  and we owe our livelyhood to the Autism Empire we blindly serve .    

All students will be expected to carry out a project in a team or solo. There will be funds to support student projects, thanks to a donation from Autism Speaks' Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative. 

All Autism Speaks has to do is to listen to the Old Pre Rain Man Autism people it tries so hard to ignore and If it did all of Autism would be figured out and most modern autism would become a moot point. More importantly however, Mankind could ride the thought trail of his mind from MR/DD to Einstein and see how communication ,eye contact, and the rest of Autism all work out when the sub level thoughts we know as autism are discovered learned and end up being normal thoughts. Man uses Shorthand autism thoughts ,all the time and knows them as  normal thoughts. The long hand version of them is what Autisitc like me have figured out. If only Autism would Listen ,we could speak volumes. 

Of Course,  modern Autism sees us as an experiment and requires their students to actually wade into the bottom of the gene pool ,once at least. What a pitty they could not swim in it like we have, as we found our way out from it.  Modern autism could do the same thing we did.  

Rich Shull, On the blog Pre Rain Man Autism.
Rich is inventor of The Turing Motor, a green -single spinning cylinder- triple hydrid car motor running on compressed air ,gas and electric.  


Mon 02/09 Check out the MIT Autism and Developmental Disorders Colloquium Series.

Mon 02/09 MIT COUHES must PRE-approve all experiments that we do at MIT that involve people - so if you wish to do a class project involving human participants, pls talk to somebody on the staff soon. COUHES deadlines this semester are Feb 26 and Mar 26.

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Monday, September 07, 2009

Rain Man Clip-it Movie Review

I found the following on the web its and excerpt from a Rain Man (1988) Movie review, I have no idea who the author was.

A man and his brother walk down the terminal in an airport. They engage in a heated argument over whether they should board an airplane for Los Angeles. The older brother complains about taking an airplane and fears for his life, telling his brother about the crashes that every airline has had. The younger brother becomes annoyed and tells ...

I know my autism message is "just impossible" especially considering how many in autism present. The research and the expert psychologists all know the WAY we don't fit in and once they apply their logic to ours were group home material. Our poor parents do what they are told and we end up in a group home.

Now enter the old working autism people like me that missed the Rain Man Era Autism and politics and see just what it is we figured out- a never in print before thought process that takes place during the lack of eye contact. If that picture thought process was know ,and figured out by the 'experts of psychology' Rain Man type of people and behavior would all just be a stop on the journey of life. Autism Lack of Eye Contact thoughts are just long hand human thought just not entirely figured out yet. When we add 3-4 layers to Temple Grandin's work we come out NORMAL after we complete this Autism Experience. NONE of what we have figured out has been in a psychology book before ,so no amount of peer review will own up to us (they don't have to) . Plus , no legion of 'Experts' in anything will admit to anything that will undermine their expert status. Honestly at the end of the day do they really care if one more Autistic kid is in a group home? The experts think of this as a job security issue for them.

Expert have never seen the joy of a Savant go from Rain Man to the rest of life. Our Anthropology came out so well we can pass (most times) in regular society. Our stark contrast to modern Autism is painfully obvious and the only real difference between us and our autism brothers and sister is the picture thought thinking process we have learned, it is both MR/DD and Einstein and that is as much as a shock as autistic people like me are. No, wonder modern Autism will never invite us to an autism convention or unite our anthropology the build on Temple Grandin's picture thoughts and take them all the way to normal thoughts.  The joy of autism will never be figured out at this rate, Please urge your Autism Leader's to own up to the Pre Rain Man Autism -that kind of works, its the building blocks of the mind all figrued out.

Rich Shull on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism

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Sunday, September 06, 2009

Expermental Psychology

I was listening to a National Public Radio program on Sunday Morning and I was intrigued by the conversation between the host of the show and the person being interviewed. The interviewee was also perusing a degree in experimental psychology (from Oxford no less?) and was interested in how things like sound and sight mix in the brain. This is of course a very noble cause. Like countless good hearted researchers before her however, the answer they seek were just miles below them deep in the gene pool of life not yet discovered.
If the double -blind autism experience and our Anthropology ever gets the attention of the experts, and our experience that spans from special education starts to social beings and Einstein ever get told ,man will have an entire new element to factor in . Suddenly the experiments done until now will all be seen as time wasters. The knowledge base we had been working with was just surface knowledge ,as mans real sub level thoughts that indeed mix the music the optical , blend the social , instigate Einstein's thoughts and even explain Rain Man are all picture thoughts. If this theory holds water it will be become self evident. It will prove man has very low down primitive thought system that is in the end shortcutted normal thoughts humans-' used to use'. I think humans in regular form would be Rain Man and only when we shortcut the long deep thoughts  are we all capable of doing what we finally do a 'normal life'. Yes our life is based  in a deeper long forgotton thought system that hides below the surface. Only people coming up from the bottom of the gene pool have seen where man's mind comes from and how it works. Interestingly nearly Di Vinci ,Turing and Einstein type of person has started out life in a rather odd place. While we were in Special Education we were learning the long-hand versons of Human thought.  

No amount of Experimental Psychology or the grandest ,most well funded psychology experiment can even come close to doing what Autism has done as reported here on this blog Pre Rain Man Autism. It seems Peer reviewed Psychology (or peer reviewed anything) is shooting itself in the foot as the real honest ideas that hold the real keys to progress are mired in one basic human flaw- we as humans are natural followers and not leaders.

Rich Shull On the blog Pre Rain Man Autism

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