Nicola Tesla used his famous Tesla coil to record the corona around various objects in the 1880s. The camera that we use has an automobile ignition coil because it produces better results than the Tesla coil. Our camera is a box made of plastic that does not allow light to penetrate. There is a hole on one side with a sleeve of cloth attached. The sleeve also allows no light to enter. The hand and arm are placed in the sleeve and then into the box. The fingers are placed on the film which is on top of a contact plate on the inside bottom of the box. 20,000 volts of electricity charges the plate under the film for about 6 seconds. This causes an image of the corona surrounding fingers to be captured on the film. Everyone’s picture is different. The thickness of the corona around the fingers varies greatly, that along with breaks or lack of breaks in the corona gives the aura reader general information. If the fingers are very lightly touching the plate, the gaps will show, so that you get the reverse image of the finger prints. One of the more interesting pictures that we took was of a crystal. The individual who owned the crystal felt a strong affinity for it and always wore it around his neck. The crystal was placed on the plate and then he put his fingers on top of the crystal but not in contact with the plate. This produced a beautiful picture of the crystal and its corona.
The following is what The Council has to say about Kirlian photography and the Phantom Leaf Effect. This unusual situation occurs when a portion of the leaf has been cut away and then a photograph taken. On rare occasions the photograph of the leaf shows the entire leaf including the missing portion. Although the missing portion is somewhat lighter or less defined it is clearly visible. This phenomenon only occurs on rare occasions but it does happen. The Council uses the term “cohesive factor” when explaining what the camera is showing us when we see this Phantom Leaf Effect.
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