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Envelope Test Responses: February 1 - February 29, 2000

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The image for this week is an oak tree on a yellow background. Two days after I posted this test I realized I had forgotten to get an image for it. Instantly this picture jumped into my brain. I was pretty sure it was a logo I had seen somewhere, but I had no luck tracking it down, so I created my own. In the image I had in MY head the tree was a solid black, less realisitc and more of an outline. Thoughts on submitted impressions:

  • Well, Mike pretty much hit the nail on the head with "tree in the foreground." That's the second test in a row we've had two direct hits!
  • JustMe got a "beak shape" and K.Rose noted a "black cat with pointy ears" -- though I don't see a connection with the image, it's interesting that they both got animals with a similar shape. Khara also mentioned "a bird."
  • JustMe's "birds beak shape extending downward from two globes" may have some connection to the general shape of the tree.
  • Maybe Shanenon was seeing this out of the window? It's definately "taller than a man."
  • a curious guest said "similar to the logo on this website," which is a sun, while Victor also mentioned "sunshine"
  • Is Rober'ts "picnic" being held under this tree?

Your thoughts?

- Kerstin

 

Impressions: Hills, or a mountain range, maybe a tree in the foreground.
From: Mike,
Buffalo
Thursday, February 17, 2000 12:39 AM

Impressions: Hi! Long time no "see". I have a birds beak shape extending downward from two globes, some parallel slanted lines like slats, and a, I donÍt know,...a container of some sort like a coffee cup with a dark rim and a ??square handle?? that might be a separate object, because it keeps floating away. I feel outta practice, but IÍm excited to see how this goes. Nice to be back!
From: JustMe,

Tuesday, February 15, 2000 11:17 PM

Impressions: an image of a black cat with pointy ears
From: K.Rose,
Indiana
Monday, February 14, 2000 11:16 AM

Impressions: It feels like an electrical object, maybe a hairdryer or something of similar bulk. I'm not quite sure, but I do think that it somehow relates to your body.
From: Jessica, wheel_spoon@hotmail.com
Colorado
Saturday, February 12, 2000 3:43 PM

Impressions: Something square? A picture window? No colors come to mind but it is tall, taller than a man.
From: Shanenon , shanenon.starrett@uhcolorado.edu
Denver
Friday, February 11, 2000 4:56 PM

Impressions: voices, voices, voices, a thousand, thousand voices...whispering, whispering, whispering, the time has come for choices...common days are passing over, ya!!!I can't seem to see you baby, all though my eyes are open wide, i know i'll see you when to close, i'll see you , i'll see you on the other side... it's evil man, the end, dude
From: anonamous, tkraft4010@hotmail.com
hell
Friday, February 11, 2000 2:39 PM

Impressions: It's a bird.
From: Khara, KHaraj503@cs.com
San Francisco, California
Friday, February 11, 2000 2:24 AM

Impressions: similar to the logo on this website....
From: a curious guest,
Texas
Thursday, February 10, 2000 9:24 PM

Impressions: key
From: DJ, KnDJ614@aol.com
xxxx
Thursday, February 10, 2000 6:32 PM

Impressions: spider web
From: me,
Earth
Thursday, February 10, 2000 12:30 AM

Impressions: I am feeling a sense of friendship, kindness,sunshine and warmth. I had a wonderful experience today that brought me to an awareness of The Seth Materials. I have never heard of them before and I am a Philosophy graduate. I am guessing that the image is of the sun.
From: Victor , VEBoccia@AOL.com
Fairborn, Ohio
Wednesday, February 9, 2000 3:55 PM

Impressions: a car with round design, ala 1940's, a family feeling, out for a picnic or excursion?
From: Robert,
San Francisco
Sunday, February 6, 2000 3:08 PM

Impressions: animal...lamb...dog
From: lori,

Wednesday, February 2, 2000 10:04 PM




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