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Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby Scepcop » 15 Nov 2010, 01:37

Check this out. CNN does a report on Indigo Children. Near the end, Anderson Cooper gets his aura photo taken by a Kirilian photographer and it turns out to be bright red, an obvious indication of bad negative evil energy. But the photographer is too nice to tell him the truth about it. lol



What I don't get is, if you take an aura photo of a person several times in one day, or regularly, will you get the same results in the photos, or at least similar results? How consistent are they? I can't seem to find any info on this question.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby caniswalensis » 15 Nov 2010, 02:24

Interesting stuff. Not sure I buy the Kirilian aura photos, though.

Is the color red really an indicator of evil? How would one go about establishing that?
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby derrida » 16 Nov 2010, 04:06

actually the truth would be to tell him there´s no such as thing as an aura
but well...
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby The Warrigal » 05 Jan 2011, 13:45

Oh man!

A red aura means your evil?

A few years ago I had a picture of my aura taken and it's a vivid shade of RED!! :lol:

Actually I was told that my aura indicated a lot of energy and drive.

Guess the photographer was too nice to tell me the truth.

OR.

Too afraid.

Be afraid.........Be VERY afraid! :lol:
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby NinjaPuppy » 05 Jan 2011, 20:22

IMO, this whole aura thing is somewhat vague. Too many factors can influence what turns up on those cameras and of course depending on what you read, the color definition changes with by the whim of the author.

Here's one aura color chart explanation for red:

RED: This color usually indicates an energy of love in its passion or more physical stages. Red also represents physical energy and vitality. At times it can also represent anger or hostility and possibly even high blood pressure or extreme tension and anxiety.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby ProfWag » 05 Jan 2011, 21:38

NinjaPuppy wrote:IMO, this whole aura thing is somewhat vague. Too many factors can influence what turns up on those cameras and of course depending on what you read, the color definition changes with by the whim of the author.

Here's one aura color chart explanation for red:

RED: This color usually indicates an energy of love in its passion or more physical stages. Red also represents physical energy and vitality. At times it can also represent anger or hostility and possibly even high blood pressure or extreme tension and anxiety.

So what you're saying Ninja is that an aura, in this case red, can cover the whole spectrum of one's personality? If so, then why does anyone pay any attention to the color surrounding one's head in a photo? Sounds like a profit deal to me...
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby NinjaPuppy » 05 Jan 2011, 22:15

ProfWag wrote:So what you're saying Ninja is that an aura, in this case red, can cover the whole spectrum of one's personality? If so, then why does anyone pay any attention to the color surrounding one's head in a photo? Sounds like a profit deal to me...

No. I'm saying that interpretation and the definition of the colors showing up as a so called aura, picked up by Kirlian photography varies depending on whoever decides to put something in print.

Yes. I certainly do believe that colors can be picked up around an object via Kirlian photography. WTF those colors mean, is VERY open to interpretation.

Yes. I believe that every human being has an 'aura'. Once again, WTF any of the colors indicate is VERY open to interpretation. IF (and this is a BIG if) in fact those colors mean anything at all with a person's state of mind/personality/general health or well being.

Not dismissing that CAT scans/EKG's/sonagrams etc. are reliable and invaluable for medical research/diagnosis of the human body.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby Arouet » 05 Jan 2011, 23:23

NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:So what you're saying Ninja is that an aura, in this case red, can cover the whole spectrum of one's personality? If so, then why does anyone pay any attention to the color surrounding one's head in a photo? Sounds like a profit deal to me...

No. I'm saying that interpretation and the definition of the colors showing up as a so called aura, picked up by Kirlian photography varies depending on whoever decides to put something in print.

Yes. I certainly do believe that colors can be picked up around an object via Kirlian photography. WTF those colors mean, is VERY open to interpretation.

Yes. I believe that every human being has an 'aura'. Once again, WTF any of the colors indicate is VERY open to interpretation. IF (and this is a BIG if) in fact those colors mean anything at all with a person's state of mind/personality/general health or well being.

Not dismissing that CAT scans/EKG's/sonagrams etc. are reliable and invaluable for medical research/diagnosis of the human body.


If they "mean" anything, how likely is it that it is personality traits rather than just what's going on in the body at that moment?
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Jan 2011, 00:03

Arouet wrote:If they "mean" anything, how likely is it that it is personality traits rather than just what's going on in the body at that moment?

Exactly.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby ProfWag » 06 Jan 2011, 01:29

NinjaPuppy wrote:
Arouet wrote:If they "mean" anything, how likely is it that it is personality traits rather than just what's going on in the body at that moment?

Exactly.

I think I'd rather have people determine what's going on in my body to MRIs and CT scans rather than someone telling me what my aura says.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby Arouet » 06 Jan 2011, 01:42

ProfWag wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:
Arouet wrote:If they "mean" anything, how likely is it that it is personality traits rather than just what's going on in the body at that moment?

Exactly.

I think I'd rather have people determine what's going on in my body to MRIs and CT scans rather than someone telling me what my aura says.


Forget about callingit an aura. These cameras seem to be picking up something that no doubt has a perfectly scientific explanation (maybe they've already figured this out, haven't looked into it myself). Who knows whether it has some sort of clinical benefit. It's possible that they will be useful for some purposes such as MRIs, or CT scans. Or maybe they are just lens tricks I don't know.

Anyone looked into these things?
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Jan 2011, 02:13

It has something to do with voltage. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirlian_photography

At least Kirlian photography does. There are other 'cameras' out there for sale that claim to photograph auras but who knows what they actually take pics of.
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Re: Indigo Children on CNN & Anderson Cooper's red aura

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Jan 2011, 02:14

I will venture a guess that phrases such as:

"Feeling blue" or "he is seeing red" or "being tickled pink" may have come from all of this.
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