Despite his different senses is he experiencing the spirituality of places, is the experience the same?
No matter what you use or have, you will experience the world differently from others. No other person can be same. Not everybody can experience the world same and through same perception. Our emotions, feelings, thoughts or intuition are very unique for the person. I believe fining the identical level of experience would be very difficult, especially if we dig into cultures, religions and social structures.
What individuals are perceiving can’t be verified using scientific method or reason/logic. Two people with all the same senses could possibly be experiencing the world in two completely different ways. For example, collectively humans have agreed on what the color red is. However, neither scientific method, nor reason/logic can verify that what one person sees as red is the same color another individual sees as red. Now scientific method is useful for telling you that light is a wave, and what the length/frequency of the wave is for the color red. But that’s not verifying how each individual sees/experiences the color red.
To answer your question, I don’t believe the academic community has come up with a way to definitely prove the world is experienced the same way from one individual to the next. Regardless of the number of senses used to perceive the world.
On a lighter note, if you’re a fan of movies, there’s actually a great scene in “Good Will Hunting” that kind of conveys this idea.
Experience is absolutely subjective.
If it would be objective, we would be able to compare it, objectively. But experiences cannot be compared. How can you say if you feel the same as me when listening Beethoven's fifth?