Over the years, using the “luminator,” I photographed hundreds of people who had spirit faces “posing” with them… some of those faces seeming content and friendly, others dark and troubled… some appearing solid and “real,” others light and wispy… some posing side by side with the human face as though the two blend together, others replacing the subject altogether.
There are lots of interpretations that could be (and have been) made about the faces, most of them emerging from people’s spiritual beliefs and expectations. What a religious fundamentalist might call a demon, an agnostic or parapsychologist might call an anomaly caused perhaps by camera blur. Grieving widows might see their late husbands in the pictures, while UFO enthusiasts might see ETs.
One thing’s for certain: The human face and the other face are sharing the same space… insofar as we understand the nature of “space.”
I have my own interpretations, based on my spirit-world model (click here)… which you’re welcome to explore and consider.
Meanwhile, I’ll share some of the pictures here, along with brief comments, and you can come to your own conclusions. (Some names have been changed for matters of privacy.) First, some pictures of me. The first four were taken in my lab.
About the pictures:
1. Me in my lab (2001).
2. A spirit colleague replaces my face, same day.
3. Me in lab (2002).
4. Another spirit friend appears, same day.
5. Meme, a gifted psychic, in New York (2004).
6. Meme and friend, same day.
7. Meme in Atlanta (2006).
8. Meme as she feels the spirit of singer Jerry Garcia, same day.
9. Jerry Garcia (of the band Grateful Dead) in lifetime, 1968 San Francisco.
10. Joy, visited by the spirit of singer John Denver.
12. Gen and her late father.
13. Gen and another male visitor.
14. Connie and her son (highlighted) who died as a young man.
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So, feel free to draw your own conclusions about the pictures. My own conclusion is that there are many invisible but strong influence exerted on us from the astral worlds… some beneficial… others harmful… and we’ll never find true peace within us nor throughout our world until we have come to understand them… which is one aim of this blog.
Learning From Past Masters
Dr. Carl Wickland (1861-1945) was a Swedish-American physician, psychiatrist, and avid spiritualist married to a gifted medium (Anna Anderson). He was head psychiatrist at the National Psychopathic Institute in Chicago, and he worked with a small team of “abnormal psychology” specialists, including his wife Anna.
Wickland used a static electricity device called a wimhurst generator (see the picture to the left showing the Wicklands and their machine, and watch the video below of a modern wimhurst generator in action).
While treating a mentally ill (spiritually possessed) patient, Wickland held a short wand attached to the machine. With the wand, he administered a series of static-electric shocks along the patient’s neck and spine.
Each shock, while uncomfortable to the patient, was excruciating to the spirit or spirits attached to the patient. Usually after a few shocks the spirit would bolt quickly from the patient’s body and be attracted to the spiritual light of Anna, who sat in the next room, in trance, and served as medium for the spirit and the treatment. (The body of a gifted medium like Anna is like a big “Welcome” sign to a confused spirit with nowhere to go.) The spirit would come to Anna and complain of the horrible pain he’d experienced. Anna would converse with the spirit, calm him down, explain his situation (the fact that he’d died and was stuck in a lower spiritual vibration near the Earth), and eventually show him how to relax into a finer vibration in order to move out of his dark, dismal surroundings and into one of the many light paradise worlds where he (and all other deceased human spirits) belong.
In his groundbreaking book, Thirty Years Among the Dead, Wickland writes…
“Humanity is surrounded by the thought influence of millions of discarnate beings…. A recognition of this fact accounts for a great portion of unbidden thoughts, emotions, strange forebodings, gloomy moods, irritabilities, unreasonable impulses, irrational outbursts of temper, uncontrollable infatuations and countless other mental vagaries….”
Wickland learned through his research what I’ve learned through mine… that we humans are subject on a daily basis to many spiritual influences, better understanding of which can bring greater peace to our lives at all levels, from personal to global.
If you’re suffering symptoms of what could be the result of harmful spiritual influences, especially mental illness, and you want some relief, my advice is to call on the ethereals, first and foremost. They can provide comfort from the storm. These are the subtle, loving, extremely powerful beings who can make miracles happen in our world… and they can be accessed at quiet times through prayer, meditation, contemplation… even daydreams. The light they stream into our lives can facilitate the efforts of supportive astral spirits who have our best interests at heart, and they can help to protect us from the dark and dismal spirits that move, confused and troubled, in and out of our world.
The ethereals, though powerful, have their limitations, however. When our INIT members were subject to disruptive influences from both sides of the veil, the ethereals told us in 1996:
“Even if we cannot avoid the plague, we can control the gravity.”
And probably among the most personal and effective methods is to use heart meditations to refine the spirit so that troubled spirits can no longer resonate with you… and they move on. (Read more…)
So, the ultimate solution to the more troublesome spiritual influences on our world rests with us, on Earth. It’s our own troubled thoughts, stirred up over the millennia largely by human egos and hormones, that spin away from the Earth to create and sustain the dark and dismal pockets in the astral realm… what our spirit friends have sometimes called “shadow worlds” of the Earth.
Again, solving the problem will include an acknowledgement of the many varied spiritual influences on our world. Mental health professionals, in particular, should be aware of those invisible forces.