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Photographs may predict future and display other dimensions

Photographs may predict future and display other dimensions. 45472.jpegCameras and camcorders often capture the things that humans don't see with a naked eye. It particularly goes about the pictures of the so-called parallel reality: UFOs, ghosts and various energy substances.  Photographs may also exert a mysterious influence on the life of a person. They can particularly predict future, and there are many examples to prove that.

It is an open secret that any image that comes in sight of a human being leaves an impression on the retina. Therefore, taking a photo of the eye apple gives an  opportunity to obtain the photo depicting the things that a person has just seen.

In 1910, Japanese Professor Tomokichi Fukarai conducted a series of experiments with psychic Ukuko Nagao. The professor took pictures of Nagao's visions, which she had seen was during the moments of mental concentration on an object - drawings or hieroglyphs, for example. The pictures were taken without the use of a camera. The psychic was supposed to "put pressure" on a photographic plate. The experiment was a success.

In Russia, such phenomenon was studied by Dr. Krokhalev from the city of Perm.  The doctor had a patient, who suffered from hallucinations. Trying to study his disease, Krokhalev took pictures of the patient's eyes. The photo depicted a round bright spot on the dark background. The patient was suffering from one and the same vision - he always saw the moon in the night sky above his head.

US psychiatrist Jule Eisenbud also set forth a theory about the ability of photographic film to capture mental images. The scientist could not test his theory in practice until he met Ted Serios, a Chicago bellhop.

A series of photos of Serios' eyes turned out to be unique. Many of the "thoughtographs" were far from being perfect, but some others showed blurred images of things and people, whom Ted simply did not see at that moment. The images would often take only a part of a photo, or would be either inclined or overturned.

The scientist was very proud of his discovery. It later turned out that strange images could be taken when the camera lens was not focusing on the eye apple of Serios. The same thing could happen at the moment when Serios would incidentally cover his face with his hand to automatically protect his eyes from flashes.

Strange images could be seen on the photos even when Ted was looking at sealed envelopes prior to photo shoots. If there was a post card in the envelope, the photo would show a blurred image of the picture printed on the card. Eisenbud thus took the photo of a water tower in Chicago. The picture of the tower was placed in the envelope made of thick paper. However, the patient perceived the mental image of the tower anyway.

Similarly, Ted Serios saw other buildings, which he had never seen in his life. Ted was once asked to "take a photo" of the image of a souvenir shop in Colorado. The shop was called Old Wells Fargo Express Office. The researchers were shocked to see the words The Old Gold Store on the photos. That was the name, which the shop had many years ago. How could Serious capture the image of the past?

The story of Moscow resident Gennady Vladimirov is also an outstanding one. His picture, which was taken in 1992, when the man was 17, displayed a technical defect, which appeared to be a spot from the developer solvent. The spot looked like a broken line, which crossed the man's head over his hair.

In September 1994, Gennady suffered serious injuries in a car accident. He received craniotomy at hospital, but did not survive. The shape of the open cranial injury, which he had received, coincided with the spot on the above-mentioned photo. One may assume that the man's photo reflected the information of his future.

This could be the reason why psychics often work with people's photographs. They say that a photo can tell a lot about a person it depicts. It may unveil various circumstances of their lives, diseases, etc. A photo is linked to its original, so to speak. That is why, it is not recommended to tear photos into pieces, throw them out or give them away to strangers.

How can cameras display other dimensions? The nature of this phenomenon has not been studied. Most likely, the explanation lies in the field of occult sciences.

Margarita Troitsina

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