Saturday, August 29, 2009

Soul Pictures



A Russian Professor of Physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University, Konstantin Korotkov has used rigorous scientific methods and research to come to new discoveries about the spirit or soul.

He is author of numerous professional papers and books and has given seminars, workshops both nationally and internationally. He is associate editor of the journal Consciousness and Physical Reality, published both in Russian and English.

He holds at least 12 patents on biophysics inventions. His technology includes the Gas Discharge Visualization technique (GDV), which is a breakthrough beyond Kirlian photography for direct, real-time viewing of the human aura. This fairly new technology allows one to capture by a special camera the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energy emanating to and from an individual, plants, liquids, inanimate objects and translate this into a computerized model. This allows the researcher and client to see imbalances that may be influencing an individual’s well-being greatly facilitating the diagnosis of the cause of any existing imbalances showing the area of the body and the organ systems involved.

The Russian Ministry of Health accepts the GDV technique as Medical technology and hundreds of medical doctors, practitioners and researchers benefit from using this technology worldwide.
One of the greatest benefits of GDV is measurements of a variety of treatments for such conditions as cancer to determine which is the most appropriate for the patient. Its use for the diagnosis and treatment of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual conditions is invaluable in medicine, psychology, biophysics, genetics, sound therapy, forensic science, agriculture, ecology and other areas.

I heard a report last night on Coast to Coast AM Radio by George Noory that the GDV machine used by Dr. Korotkov is now able to record the spirit or soul leaving the physical body at death. The doctor referred to it as a transition that could be observed with his special camera.

Many intuitive people are able to observe the aura and soul energy without a camera.

This also reminds me of what Dr. James Martin Peebles wrote in his 1903 book, What is Spiritualism?... "...to show that this conception of the nature and power of thought is no empty flight of the imagination, it will only be necessary to draw attention to the photographic experiments conducted by the late Dr. Baraduc, the eminent nerve specialist, of Paris. If thoughts are things, he considered it should be possible to photograph them. He accordingly prepared a special apparatus, with an exceptionally sensitive plate attached, and under the most conclusive conditions obtained a series of strikingly distinct and, in some cases, most beautiful pictures of these thought forces and emotions. These pictorial wonders were reproduced in the Illustrated London News, and their publication caused a great sensation in the scientific circles of Europe. One of these photographs represents a column of prayer. By arrangement with half a dozen devout persons, a prayer meeting was held in an apartment at the top of the Eiffel Tower. The special camera was arranged in position, and at a given moment Dr. Baraduc took the picture. The result was a very clear and impressive demonstration of the thoughts and aspirations of these intensely earnest souls rising like a column of incense as though ascending direct to the very throne of God."

"He has also taken good thoughts and bad thoughts of certain individuals, placid thoughts and stormy thoughts, and the pictures they produce are most remarkable–some beautiful in their sweet and tranquilizing aspect, whilst others resemble a veritable mental typhoon, according to the humor of the subject at the time the photo was taken."

"Dr. Baraduc further believed that psychic powers could be applied to the treatment of diseases, and in this connection the pictures representing the forms of benedictions and of a flow of curative force at Lourdes during the performance of a 'miracle' are certainly very suggestive. The wonderful cures wrought at Lourdes year after year have hitherto been regarded by the majority of people either as frauds or purely imaginary occurrences, but it is now known that they are well based scientifically and are too real to be any longer disputed. They are, apparently, due to that Spiritual 'gift of healing,' of which [Saint] Paul writes, and the potential curative agency is, seemingly, a mysterious psychic emanation which is sufficiently palpable to impress a sensitive plate."

"'I am not a Spiritualist, nor a doctrinaire,' says Dr. Baraduc, 'but speak from experience, and I declare I have found forces surrounding man which have been registered on photographic plates. Man is surrounded by an atmosphere of personal ether. Every human being has an impalpable double, which reproduces his form and which allows us to explain ghost stories and the phenomena of double sight. Call it soul, if you like, or astral body. I have photographed this ether double eighty hours after death. When my wife died I photographed a nebulous globe which escaped from her like a soul. You see, there are forces in this world and forces in the other world. When, in the name of truth, spiritual scientists unite with material scientists, we will arrive at a knowledge of the synthesis of the forces which regulate our life and our immortality, for man does not belong to this planet only, but to the starry spaces in which his thoughts revolve.'"

It seems that we are now moving ever closer to that union between spiritual and material science as it fashions a more realistic, holistic understanding of the forces that shape this universe. The pity is that it has taken more than a hundred years to reach anything approaching that level of understanding. The recent movements in both medicine and physics are a very hopeful sign that the gap is closing steadily and that many of us can now have the expectation that during our own lifetimes we shall witness a totally new awareness, within the scientific community, that the body, mind and soul are one.

~Linda

5 comments:

Nancy said...

I think it is heading in that direction, and rapidly. I would love to see these pictures. I just finished The Intention Experiment, which has many different experiments, from all over the world being conducted on energy.

Fascinating subject.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Let's hope the next quantum leap in understanding takes five minutes.

Well...we can hope, right?

Linda Pendleton said...

Nancy
It is amazing how much work and research is being done in these areas, and sometimes I think the U.S. is behind. I've seen the movement take place especially over these last 15-20 years.

There is so much to learn about life and the after life and I think we will have more answers.

Trish and Rob, Yes, we sure can hope and I think as Nancy said it is moving rapidly....thank goodness.

Being Me said...

Certainly brain food, ..if I translate this correctly..there is a link between life and death, physical and spiritual.. that means we transform into something and we do not end up in nothingness. If it's matter it is trace-able, are we then saying that the soul is made up of matter? hmmm think I shall not go there.

Linda Pendleton said...

Being me,

yes of course. the belief being that consciousness survives the sheding of the physical body.

We are made of matter and the soul is part of us, an element of our physical self but moves on from the body.