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Fran’s Synesthesia

Synesthesia of the Day – Fran’s Synesthesia All of the people in the Green Comet series have some degree of synesthesia. As a first approximation, effay, they are all strong synesthetes, with at least two types. I’ve already described Elgin’s … Continue reading

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Elgin’s Synesthesia

Synesthesia of the Day – Elgin’s Synesthesia Elgin, like the other inhabitants of Green Comet, is a synesthete. I refer to that fact a few times during the novel, and in the sequel, Parasite Puppeteers. I don’t go into a … Continue reading

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Orgasm – Color

Synesthesia of the Day – Orgasm – Color Since synesthesia (my first post on synesthesia) is a major element in the Green Comet series of novels, I thought it would be a good idea to write a series of posts … Continue reading

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Synesthesia

Have you ever heard orange? Or tasted triangular? Those are a couple of examples of a psychological phenomenon called synesthesia. That’s when one form of perception produces another. For example, sounds might make a synesthete see colors as well. The … Continue reading

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Welcome to Green Comet

Are you interested in lucid dreaming or ball lightning? How about the feet of geckos or spiders? The aquatic ape? Cave art? Maybe you like clouds. You might have a fascination with out-of-body or near-death experiences, collective nouns or synesthesia. … Continue reading

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