Never had it done, looks cool though.
I had it done years ago. I still have my picture. I'm not sure what to think of it as I can not see auras myself. I wonder what my picture would look like now?
I had a different version of this done at a "New Age" type fair a few years ago. I sat against a black background while a lady studied me through half-closed eyes and coloured-in my aura on a pre-printed chart. I still have it somewhere.
She then showed it to me and discussed her findings based on what she saw. It was surprising, and not what I expected.
I imagine the colours and the interpretation would both be different now.
They do look pretty cool though.
"I believed her because she wasn't flakey or weird and had no religious or magical agenda of any type, just an ordinary girl that happened to be able to see auras, and I always thought it was neat."
She's just a natural salesman.
Some are really good at figuring people out in an instant. Some can never understand another persons intention.
How does believing in pseudo-science add color to one's life and being rational not?
"Such "pseudo-sciences" are sometimes proven true so until someone proves definitively that it is not true, then I choose to keep an open mind"
This one has been disproved.
Simply have multiple "magic photographers" take multiple photos in one day. Each one will look different. Or do auras change every second?
"I wouldn't think they would change every second but I'm sure it would have shifts throughout the day. That almost seems a given based on various experiences, moods, etc."
The BS process they use is COMPLETELY explained by the science of it.
If you do two photos within seconds they will come out looking different.
How do you explain the fact that NON-HUMAN things also give off an "aura"? You can do this with a coin or an X-Box 360.
"Personally I do believe in the aura and see them and you are right inanimate objects will display an aura. Inanimate objects give of energy or low vibrational glow. I see it as a grid of energy in inanimate objects and also the personal energy given off by the owner of that object.
We all differ in views and that does not matter ."
How do you explain the fact that if they take 10 photos in 10 seconds, each one looks different?
Or the fact that it's entirely explained through science, and is clearly a bogus attempt to make money?
In fact, one could take a picture of a thin air or even a vacuum(not the cleaning tool, but a space completely devoid of air) and still get the same results.
Does air have an aura? Does nothingness?
Dr. F. When you take a picture of "everything" and can scientifically prove your point then we'll see. Everything contains energy of some sort...so maybe air does. Have you tried to photograph air?
So... everything has an aura, and aura's fluctuate every second.
This EASILY explained:
Kirlian photography is a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges. It is named after Semyon Kirlian, who, in 1939 accidentally discovered that if an object on a photographic plate is connected to a high-voltage source, an image is produced on the photographic plate. The technique has been variously known as "electrography", "electrophotography", "corona discharge photography" (CDP), "bioelectrography", "gas discharge visualization (GDV)", "eletrophotonic imaging (EPI)", and, in Russian literature, "Kirlianography".
Kirlian photography has been the subject of mainstream scientific research, parapsychology research and art. To a large extent, It has been co-opted by promoters of pseudoscience and paranormal health claims in books, magazines, workshops, and web sites.
|Typical Kirlian photography setup (cross section)|
Kirlian photography is a technique for creating contact print photographs using high voltage. The process entails placing sheet photographic film on top of a metal discharge plate. The object to be photographed is then placed directly on top of the film. High voltage is momentarily applied to the metal plate, thus creating an exposure. The corona discharge between the object and the high voltage plate is captured by the film. The developed film results in a Kirlian photograph of the object.
Color photographic film is calibrated to faithfully produce colors when exposed to normal light. Corona discharges can interact with minute variations in the different layers of dye used in the film, resulting in a wide variety of colors depending on the local intensity of the discharge. Film and digital imaging techniques also record light produced by photons emitted during corona discharge (see Mechanism of corona discharge).
Photographs of inanimate objects such as a coins, keys and leaves can be made more effectively by grounding the object to the earth, a cold water pipe or to the opposite (polarity) side of the high voltage source. Grounding the object creates a stronger corona discharge.
Kirlian photography does not require the use of a camera or a lens because it is a contact print process. It is possible to use a transparent electrode in place of the high voltage discharge plate, allowing one to capture the resulting corona discharge with a standard camera or a video camera.
Visual artists such as Robert Buelteman, Ted Hiebert, and Dick Lane have used Kirlian photography to produce artistic images of a variety of subjects. Kirlian Photographer Mark D. Roberts, who has worked with Kirlian imagery for over 40 years, published a portfolio of plant images entitled "Vita occulta plantarum" or "The Secret Life of Plants", first exhibited in 2012 at the Bakken Museum in Minneapolis.
Pseudoscience, by the way, is not science in the least.
It is simply bull shit presented as if it is science.
You are so much in the far ditch. But, you're not much fun either. LOL. Loosen up...there is always the possibility you might, just might, be wrong.
IMO, I think auras change with the mood and ones body heat.