Ode to A Grecian Urn by John Keats said – – ‘”Beauty is truth, truth beauty,”
that is all/Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.’
As sensythesic and synesthesic humans we can see, hear, feel, taste, and smell anything we focus on. That skill will become more commonly used in sensing truth in the future. Even “a foreign to us language can” be so sensed.
When all five senses yield a congruent, coherent report – – – it is pretty, it smells nice, feels good to our heart, and makes beautiful sounds and is integrated in a beautiful pleasing gestalt, we will know that what we thought or were told or read or spoke is true, as truth is beautiful. We can sense and know without any doubt what is and what is not true.

sorry – this was my first post and was not spell checked and i did not identify myself, Bud, as the person posting this.

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