What we experience shapes our reality. “Seeing is believing,” right? Not necessarily. Visual illusions can distort our perception so that what we “see” does not correspond with what is physically there. (source: Scientific American)
Seeing is believing is an idiom first recorded in this form in 1639 that means “only physical or concrete evidence is convincing”. It is the essence of St. Thomas’s claim to Jesus Christ, to which the latter responded that there were those who had not seen but believed. (source: Wikipedia.org)
Quite a lot of what goes on in our world is manipulated, everything from what we eat, what we hear, what we believe, and especially in today’s world, what we see.
The following video will show you how what we see may not necessarily be real. How the news media along with other organizations, even our own government, can make this happen and ultimately change the world’s reality and future.