How Kirlian Cameras Got Started
In 1939, Semyon Kirlian discovered how to capture the electrical field—or aura—surrounding living things using photography. To create these images, he sent an electric current through an object and captured the aura image on a photographic plate.
In one of his earlier experiments, Kirlian produced images of what appeared to be two identical leaves. When the aura photos taken with the Kirlian Camera developed, he noticed a dramatic difference; one of the images was strong and luminescent, while the other was weak and hard to see. To his astonishment, he realized that the strong image came from a leaf taken from a healthy plant, while the weak image came from a diseased plant. This breakthrough with the Kirlian Camera led to years of experimentation of both Semyon and his wife that would change the way people perceive themselves and the world around them.
Where Does the Kirlian Camera Stand Today?
Decades of research and experimentation focused on understanding and visualizing the etheric has produced a modern version of Kirlian Cameras that would impress Kirlian himself. Today’s aura imaging technology not only captures our auras, but enables us to learn more about our inner selves and improve our quality of life. Learn more about benefits of using Aura Cameras.
Types of Kirlian Cameras
There are two types of aura cameras: the first, called a Kirlian camera, works by sending a painless electric charge into a part of your body—usually your hand—and then captures the image of your aura on a photographic plate.
The second, called biofeedback aura imaging, is a modern version of the Kirlian Camera and is much more sophisticated. It works by measuring certain physical attributes—such as body temperature and skin conductivity—and then interprets the data and displays the 3D aura on a multimedia display. Learn more about energy technology.
See it in Action
Contact us today to set up a live demonstration. A consultant will display the changes to auras and chakras in real-time and review the comprehensive aura imaging camera imaging, graphs and reporting.