False Light Image of Dust Disk around Star 141569
Great Balls of Fire
I still contend that images taken from NASA telescopes like the Hubble closely resemble brain scans. Or at the very least, these incredible images reflect the ways in which I visualize my migraines. That black spot right in the middle is how restricted my vision feels. And the surrounding magma represents the pain. The blue corona depicts the throbbing sound waves in my ears. And that big flash in the top left corner: That’s my light sensitivity come to life.
Or maybe it’s all just space dust.
Let me leave you with Alexi Murdoch’s “Orange Sky.”
More later when pain dissipates. Peace.