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  1. I'm not a psychiatrist, but it's more like an image formed from details in the semi-darkness – it's like there are pictures where you look like this-a young girl, so-an old woman… That is, there are all the strokes and details to add up to either such an image or such a one.

    Plus a trance-like millet state.

    Occam's Blade: If something can be explained in a simpler way, there is no need to complicate it.

    If on the surface the explanation is an illusion, then there is no need to involve a mental disorder in the explanation.

  2. Good afternoon, Valery! In this case, we are talking more about an illusion (violation of the perception of an existing object, image, size, shape). This is not a mental disorder, but only a game of the mind, taking into account possible fatigue, poor lighting, and lack of focus in semi-darkness. Don't worry too much about it!

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