Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

Russian researcher Dr. Konstantin Korotkov has brought an old method of photographing “auras” into the 21st century.
Although its roots trace back to the 17th century, Kirlian photography really took off in the 1940s. This method, developed by Russian inventor Semyon Kirlian, involves placing an object on a metal plate covered with photographic film. The plate is then charged with an electric current. When the film is developed, it reveals a colorful energetic field surrounding said object.
Some have said Kirlian photography shows a bioenergy field; others that it’s simply heat or moisture.
Some have called this field an “aura”—energy emanating from the body associated with spirituality. Others have said it is simply produced by body heat or moisture…

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