I’ve seen a lot of things in my life that I can’t explain, and yet absolutely happened. Because of that I’ve had the occasional frustrating discussion with otherwise intelligent friends who call bullshit on me because they don’t believe in ‘ESP’. The problem is that the acronym ESP often gets misused in the same way that UFO gets abused. UFO != alien ship. UFO == Unidentified Flying Object. Just because you don’t know what it is does not make it alien. ESP does not mean magical psychic powers; it means ‘Extra-Sensory Perception’ which translates to perceiving something outside of the standard cataloged five senses.
Japanese researchers have demonstrated that human beings emit visible light. Sounds pretty much like an ‘aura’ to me. Now, admittedly, this ‘aura’ is 1000th the light level the human eye normally perceives; but that is the part that makes it ESP; because the light level the human eye ‘normally’ perceives is not universal. Some people hear better, some people see better, and some people just might be able to detect the visible light emitted by the human body under the right circumstances.
This is a perfect case of ‘just because you couldn’t detect it doesn’t mean it wasn’t there’. Two hundred fifty years ago the idea of a cell phone would have got you burned at the stake. When I was a kid everyone thought I was cheating when I could be blindfolded, spun around, and could always point north; and now we know that humans really do have an internal compass. In the near future some people I know will be laughed at for thinking auras didn’t exist.
The human body literally glows, emitting a visible light in extremely small quantities at levels that rise and fall with the day, scientists now reveal.
Past research has shown that the body emits visible light, 1,000 times less intense than the levels to which our naked eyes are sensitive. In fact, virtually all living creatures emit very weak light, which is thought to be a byproduct of biochemical reactions involving free radicals.
People Emit Visible Light (PIC)
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