Posted 07 November 2003 - 06:50 PM
OwlGoddess, ow! The whole dimension talk hurt my head! Perhaps they do shift in and out maybe that why we only get them sometimes or they just hang around gathering enough energy to make an appearance. I was trying to find out if there was any information on the web about electromagnetic energy that would shed light on the whole reflective light idea, but nothing that came close.
I like the idea that it may draw in dust and vapor in the air as it is gathering energy that also goes with the long standing idea that they form a mini vacuum which creates a cold spot.
Anyway a very interesting discussion.
Posted 07 November 2003 - 07:00 PM
Posted 07 November 2003 - 07:52 PM
Posted 08 November 2003 - 06:18 AM
I also have filmed a "flying rod" is this something of a differing soul form, or perhaps a side shot of an orb moving. perhaps they are sometimes shaped as an angel fish-discus shaped. Just speculation.
For general interest attached is an orb pic I obtained at a massacre site during the war of 1812. I call it the ghost of Jimmy Durante! *LOL* Seems to have a big nose and large ears, but is not completely circular. I was in total darkness using IR goggles and a nightshot Sony camcorder. This spirit, and others around me, seemed extremely interested in how I could move around in total darkness. I am sure that I look quite strange with the night vision gear also! *snickers* After I explained the equipement and said I could see everything the spirits moved away beyond my ability to "feel" them.
Posted 08 November 2003 - 07:56 AM
The question being : Do orbs produce light naturaly or are they illuminated by artifical or ambient light through photography or video?
The first thought must be this : In all forms of photogrpahy and video production some form of lighting is necessary in order to produce an image. Either artifical or ambient. This can include all forms of the light spectrum from ambient daylight to infrared.
Based on what I have seen , orbs arent always symetrical due to their motion . Like Flying pointed out , their shapes can change from frame to frame from oblong to circular and many other shapes and forms. They defy not only defy gravity , but they defy the flight path of anything man made or natural I have ever seen .
Are they energy that is illuminated by a light source ?
Are they on a spectrum that isnt visable to the human eye?
Must they be illuminated in order to be seen?
Answering these questions is all part of the process in defining the greater answer . Is there life after death ? Are orbs spirits ?
Posted 08 November 2003 - 08:24 AM
It is true that they will change shape and even take on a comet like shape when in motion. They also do have the ability to change shape and, according to my theory, change even as far as an apparition. ;D
Posted 09 November 2003 - 05:49 PM
Posted 10 November 2003 - 03:24 PM
Went to a little site with some history to it this evening and snapped a few. After looking thru the picks taken from the digital using no flash I turned up nothing :-[
Not even one orb. On my next go around I will post here again. I will keep trying in the meantime, did anyone else try it, did you capture anything?
Posted 10 November 2003 - 06:33 PM
Posted 11 November 2003 - 03:17 AM
Glad to be back! Actually I think Sony makes a digital IR camera but it costs $$$. You can use a manual 35mm camera and IR film but this involves such a huge check lists of do's and dont's in handling the film that unless you have your own darkroom and you are a professional photographer the use of it is not feasible. Certain digital cameras older ones like the Olympus C-2020 Zoom have CCD's that are very sensitive to IR, with a Wratten or Hoya filter on it you can take IR photographs during the day. So your question was not off base. I do believe that IR light plays a role somehow in seeing orbs, ecto, and apparitions. What that role is however I am unsure of. At this point I am not sure if the entity reacts, reflects, or just becomes more visible because we are using a light that is closer to the wavelength that it exists on.
I use a Olympus 35mm with 800 speed film and a Sony TRV-43 camcorder with night shot.
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