Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) is a photographic technology that reads light emitted from the body at gradations which are not picked up by normal cameras. It is also known as “Kirlian photography.” Different gradations and colors of light reveal where there is disease or inharmony in the body. The technology essentially measures bio-field energy changes that are reflective of emotional or physical degradation.
Dr. Harry Oldfield discovered that:
- People who are healthy, and whose bio-field or chakras are balanced will create a coherent, vibrant PIP image made up of vivid colors, usually yellow, blue, green and indigo.
- People who have a distortion of their bio-field and imbalance in their chakras (including emotional distress) will display a distorted image using PIP photography. The PIP photo will show speckled, dissipated, muddied, smudged, dull, palid, or ‘burnt’ looking light, usually with colors looking dull or congested. Also, the color black will appear in the PIP image, or red where there is congested energy.
- Leaking energy will appear as bands of color (dependent upon the chakra) seeping from the body in bands of color.
The technology has become so accessible, that you can even purchase a handheld Energy Vision camera that works with android devices to view live-streaming video that reveals real-time subtle interference patterns in energy fields not normally viewable by the naked human eye.
Oldfield surmised that the human energy field interferes with photons – energy packets of light – or what might be called “subtle energy photons” in some way. He decided that ambient (surrounding) light would be interfered with by the field both when the incident ray traveled towards the object and when the reflected ray bounced off the object. His PIP technology is a computer program that can analyze the different light intensities being reflected from a person or an object being scanned.
“We believe that we are showing up an energy interaction with light, which is giving us an insight into the energy counterpart, the etheric template on which our physical molecules are strung. On average, every atom in the human body is replaced every seven to nine years. Think of your body not as a physical structure but as a moving fountain of molecules that are constantly being replaced. So what keeps them a coherent recognizable form? We believe it to be an organizing template of energy.”
In over three decades of research Oldfield has discovered numerous pathologies in the body using only his special photography. This research also led him to many incredible discoveries, including that of a ‘crystal-dwelling energy entity’ – perhaps another form of life here with us on Earth.
Other interesting phenomenon that has occurred using PIP photography surrounds an incident that occurred in 1995 when Oldfield was conducting scientific research on the well-known psychic surgeon, Stephen Turnoff. While Oldfield was examining the healer’s energy field with PIP photography, a face with a beard appeared on his computer screen and smiled at him.
Oldfield attests this was a being from another world – a spirit guide for Turnoff – that was captured on scientific equipment. The same phenomenon happened while measuring the energy field of Gary Mannion, though the psychic was later accused of fraud.
Though many call PIP ‘fringe’ science, there are multiple scientific studies and devices that have now documented ‘qi’ or Life Force. Infrared technology, micro-pressure detection, wavelength measurements, acoustical technology, polycontrast interference photography, and even a ‘qi’ measuring device all provide ample evidence that the energy body not only exists, but can be greatly affected by different healing modalities which modern, Western science don’t even have a vocabulary for, let alone an understanding.
Using Oldfield’s technology to view heretofore unseen images of the microscopic Universe living in its energetic state in all of us is fascinating, but the potential of this ‘vision’ is real. Though PIP is strictly an “analysis tool” that can be used to reveal patterns of non-visible light, it can be used by a practitioner to see, in real-time, if an energy-based healing is working.
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Biden to Ban Menthol Cigarettes, Citing Health Impact on Youth and Black People
The Biden administration is reportedly planning to propose an immediate ban on menthol cigarettes, a product that has long been targeted by anti-smoking advocates and critics who claim that the tobacco industry has aggressively marketed to Black people in the U.S.
On Wednesday, the Washington Post reported that the administration could announce a ban on menthol and other flavored cigarettes as soon as this week.
Roughly 85 percent of Black smokers use such menthol brands as Newport and Kool, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Research has also found that menthol cigarettes are easier to become addicted to and harder to quit than unflavored tobacco products, along with other small cigars popular with young people and African Americans.
Civil rights advocates claim that the decision should be greeted by Black communities and people of color who have been marketed to by what they describe as the predatory tobacco industry.
Black smokers generally smoke far less than white smokers, but suffer a disproportionate amount of deaths due to tobacco-linked diseases like heart attack, stroke, and other causes.
Anti-smoking advocates like Matthew L. Myers, president of Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, also greeted the move to cut out products that appeal to children and young adults.
“Menthol cigarettes are the No. 1 cause of youth smoking in the United States,” he said. “Eliminating menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars used by so many kids will do more in the long run to reduce tobacco-related disease than any action the federal government has ever taken.”
However, groups including the American Civil Liberties Group (ACLU) has opposed the move, citing the likelihood that such an action could lead to criminal penalties arising from the enforcement of a ban hitting communities of color hardest.
In a letter to administration officials, the ACLU and other groups including the Drug Policy Alliance said that while the ban is “no doubt well-intentioned” it would also have “serious racial justice implications.”
“Such a ban will trigger criminal penalties, which will disproportionately impact people of color, as well as prioritize criminalization over public health and harm reduction,” the letter explained. “A ban will also lead to unconstitutional policing and other negative interactions with local law enforcement.”
Pollution Is Making Human Penises Shrink and Causing a Collapse of Fertility, Scientists Say
With many still scoffing at the idea of rampant pollution posing a threat to humanity, a new study could drastically change the conversation: the chemicals across our environment could be the cause of shrinking human penises.
According to a new book by Dr. Shanna H. Swan, conditions in the modern world are quickly altering the reproductive development of humans and posing a threat to our future as a species.
The argument is laid out in her new book Count Down: How Our Modern World Is Threatening Sperm Counts, Altering Male and Female Reproductive Development, and Imperiling the Future of the Human Race.
The book discusses how pollution is not only leading to skyrocketing erectile dysfunction rates and fertility decline, but also an expansion in the number of babies born with small penises.
While it may seem like good fodder for jokes, the research could portend a grim future for humanity’s ability to survive.
Swan co-authored a study in 2017 that found sperm counts had precipitously fallen in Western countries by 59 percent between 1973 and 2011. In her latest book, Swan blames chemicals for this crisis in the making.
“Chemicals in our environment and unhealthy lifestyle practices in our modern world are disrupting our hormonal balance, causing various degrees of reproductive havoc,” she wrote in the new book.
“In some parts of the world, the average twentysomething woman today is less fertile than her grandmother was at 35,” she also wrote, noting that men could have only half the sperm count of their grandfathers.
Swan blames the disruption on phthalates, the chemicals used in plastic manufacturing that also have an impact on how the crucial hormone endocrine is produced
However, experts note that the proper implementation of pollution reduction measures could help humanity prevent the collapse of human fertility.
Visualizing The World’s Deadliest Pandemics By Population Impact
Humanity has been battling against disease for centuries.
And while most contagious outbreaks have never reached full-blown pandemic status, Visual Capitalist’s Carmen Ang notes that there have been several times throughout history when a disease has caused mass devastation.
Here’s a look at the world’s deadliest pandemics to date, viewed from the lens of the impact they had on the global population at the time.
Editor’s note: The above graphic was created in response to a popular request from users after viewing our popular history of pandemics infographic initially released a year ago.
Death Toll, by Percent of Population
In the mid-1300s, a plague known as the Black Death claimed the lives of roughly 200 million people – more than 50% of the global population at that time.
Here’s how the death toll by population stacks up for other significant pandemics, including COVID-19 so far.
The specific cause of the Black Death is still up for debate. Many experts claim the 14th-century pandemic was caused by a bubonic plague, meaning there was no human-to-human transmission, while others argue it was possibly pneumonic.
Interestingly, the plague still exists today – however, it’s significantly less deadly, thanks to modern antibiotics.
History Repeats, But at Least We Keep Learning
While we clearly haven’t eradicated infection diseases from our lives entirely, we’ve at least come a long way in our understanding of what causes illness in the first place.
In ancient times, people believed gods and spirits caused diseases and widespread destruction. But by the 19th century, a scientist named Louis Pasteur (based on findings by Robert Koch) discovered germ theory – the idea that small organisms caused disease.
What will we discover next, and how will it impact our response to disease in the future?
Like this? Check out the full-length article The History of Pandemics
Republished from ZH with permission.