I tried a partigyle and the first gyle was to be a Barleywine. Originally I aimed for a gravity in the 1.100 range, but to make a long story short, it condensed more than expected in a long boil. I had just bought a refractometer and used it after the boil to get a reading but there was nothing, all white. I just thought i was using it wrong and i was too preoccupied with the second gyle to worry about it. I wasnt exactly worried about it because i knew it had to be atleast close to as big as I wanted it to be. So after fermenting a couple days, I read up about my new refractometer and test its calibration with water and it was perfect. So I test my fermenting barleywine and it reads off the chart, a thin blue line. After another week It dropped another couple points and over the last couple weeks its been dropping but has really slowed down and now its at 22 plato. Ive been agitating the yeast, added super high gravity yeast a week ago and bought a oxygenating kit, but ive read mixed advice on aerating this late in the fermentation. What I'm looking for is some advice on what more i can do, if anything. Should i dilute with sanitary water to lower the gravity and alcohol so the yeast can fully attenuate. Really i wanted to do that and oxygenate for a minute and add honey the get the yeast kick started. What can i expect if i choose to leave the beer at 22 plato? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.