Jan Cox, 20th Century American mystic, philosopher of the supramechanical and humorist of the ontological, is the subject of this blog written by an acquaintance of his as a means of publicizing the thoughts of this extraordinary presence.
What is the opposite of the word ventriloquist. Here is a definition of ventriloquist:
"The art or practice of speaking without moving lips so that the voice seems to be coming from somewhere else."
So my thought is, what would be a word for the situation where speech comes from all around a person, but appears to originate with the person with their mouth open.
Hmm, some phrases come to mind, "human history," the rational mind," "the verbal mind", "the ordinary mind," but a word, which means the opposite of ventriloquism...."I" would be a one letter word which might do the job. Still an open case though....