How to capture an orb
500 year old Native American story which was passed on through tradition that which is something like this: whilst Columbus set sail east from Spain, upon arriving on the North American shores either he or his men could in fact see the shoreline. Until 2am the daybreak they actually did go onto land.
A tribal spiritualist also visited the water’s perimeter and was worried by the constant ripples but couldn’t see the Spaniard ship. Several days later he was at last, able to see the ships and once he saw them the rest of the clan could as well. Neuroscientist Candace Pert claims, “We only see what we consider is probable. We go with patterns that already subsist within ourselves through habituation.”
Have you ever seen or witnessed an orb? This is a strange and confusing observable fact regularly seen firsthand, in photographs, and on camera by millions of people around the world. An orb can be described as a translucent solid disc of light energy is the best way to explain these bright, ball formed appearances. The most frequently reported orb is white in color.
No one can really tell what these things are however; many parapsychologists deem they are energy from departed entities or persistent spirits. Many natives believe they signify evidence of paranormal activity. Some witnesses simple wish to appreciate why they show up in their pictures of Grandpa Murphy or why certain orbs have different colors.
Most photographed orbs are almost certainly not anything more than insects, dust or moisture reflected when the camera captured the picture. It is pretty hard not to believe they are clairvoyant when you see a shimmering, brilliant orb with one’s eye.
There are several theories as to what the shade of an orb may represent. For example some populaces believe a red orb represents negativity and a white orb represents positive energy. Others believe the tint corresponds to the force of the ghostly spirit as in orange or red indicates antagonism and a need to be healed or unconfined. At the same time ghost hunters maintain red is energy of a loved one protecting those associated with the spirit.
If you have never seen an orb and wish to see a photograph of one, then you should go to a place of high potential energy. Good places where one can experience high super natural energy are old hotels, homes, hospitals or cemeteries. If these places creep you out try going to a more pleasant location may be an old ballpark, church or city park.
Keep in mind that digital cameras are the best tool to photograph these orbs, if phographed in the right location, you can capture several orbs in one photograph. In addition, you must prepare your heart and mind to be open and concentrate on feelings of love to augment your vibration. This will help you bond with the spirit world somewhat than focusing on your craving and excitement to catch a vision or photo of the orbs. Just like Columbus and the shaman eventually you will see them or capture them on film.
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