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Capturing spirit generated orb images

Updated on July 26, 2012

A brother says hello

In this digital photo, I captured an Orb image projected by a passed brother; in the answer to a question. This photo has not been modified.
In this digital photo, I captured an Orb image projected by a passed brother; in the answer to a question. This photo has not been modified. | Source
A rare capture of a day time orb image. Eugene Pioneer Cemetary.
A rare capture of a day time orb image. Eugene Pioneer Cemetary. | Source
Moving orb captured at dusk through the single lense of a cell phone camera.
Moving orb captured at dusk through the single lense of a cell phone camera. | Source
Night flight!  Etherial mist captured on nikon digital S.L.R.
Night flight! Etherial mist captured on nikon digital S.L.R. | Source
Grandmother dropping in to say hello?
Grandmother dropping in to say hello? | Source
Coming in from the cold...
Coming in from the cold... | Source

You too can capture orb images.

Believing in the possibility of 'all things possible'; often leads to fascinating discoveries.

An open mind combined with an inexpensive digital camera, can and often will capture orb images as well as ethereal mist and illuminations.

As an avid Orb Photographer, I’ve captured several hundred orb images under every weather condition and environment imaginable.

But like most thinking human beings, I too experience times of self-doubt, as well as moments in which I question the validity of the images caught in the view finder of my camera.

And this of course is when spirit projected orbs do not appear in digitally captured images.

My wife Nancy and her fellow friend's fascination with orb photography, as well as their genuine encouragement, keep me engaged in the sometimes frustrating yet always fascinating pursuit of spirit and nature generated orb images.

The capture of orb images with a digital camera,or a single lens cell phone camera, inside or out, in daylight conditions, dusk or night fall, is most often intuitive.

Yes, I have seen orbs flash with the naked eye, but this is an extremely rare happening and is generally experienced by pets (cats, and dogs), or children.

In my travels, I’ve met a handful of adults with the ability to see orbs, ethereal mists, as well as natural illuminations. But these folks remain the exception.

Their commonality is one of an open, unquestioning mind as to the possibility of an intelligence existing beyond our conscious plain.

Have you ever wondered what your dog or cat is fascinated with in the corner of a room or ceiling? Can’t see anything? Take a quick shot with your digital camera.

Children, often a conduit to the other side, generally believe in the possibility of the unknown. When hunting for that perfect orb shot, don’t hesitate to take a young one along for the adventure.

When searching for orbs, think about a passed loved one. Mentally ask that person a question.

While tapped into your mental connection with a passed spirit, point your camera in the direction of the answer. You’ll be amazed by the results.

Your question may be answered in the form of an orb image, or ethereal mist.

Don’t let frustration discourage you. Remember, you must erase any doubt as to the viability of orb images; before capturing one on your digital camera.

Last night, I asked my passed brother for permission to share the story of his battle with Cancer. While writing part 1 of his story, he had flashed the lights in the room. So, I was a bit concerned. The bright blue orb image photo shown here is his response to my question?

I’ll take his answer to be a yes.


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    • Parks McCants profile imageAUTHOR

      Parks McCants 

      6 years ago from Eugene Oregon U.S.A.

      Thank you all. Its all very wondrous as well as profound. It is believed by many that mankind is awakening to a new age. Last night in a dream-state,it occurred to me that if our brain is a mass of electrical impulses... than why should our essence not survive our disposable bodies?

      Thank you Lillyth and clairemy. Your both most welcomed here.

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      6 years ago

      I was no sceptic before and now believe even more, fascinating hub.

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      Suzanne Sheffield 

      6 years ago from Mid-Atlantic

      Today is my deceased son, Jason's, birthday. I wanted to post his photo on my FB page and do a tribute to him but the photo wouldn't upload to FB YESTERDAY. But this morning, I woke up thinking about him, and went to FB and tried one last time to post his photo, all the while asking him to help me out. His photo uploaded after I asked his help.

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      Helen Murphy Howell 

      6 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      Excellent and fascinating hub. I think orbs must be one of the most interesting aspects of paranormal phenomena. I think what is also extraordinary is not only the variety of colours and shapes, but how they seem to appear when coinciding with feelings of 'presence', but they are not visible at the time. What I also find fascinating is their movements - fast, sleek and so ephemeral and obviously the genuine ones have some form of intelligence.

      I also loved the photographs - stunning!

      Enjoyed this hub. Voted up + awesome!


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