Here’s the second batch of spirit face photos pulled from my archives… these from New York. They were taken at the Wainwright House in Rye (events in 2001 and 2002) and at the Edgar Cayce ARE Center in Manhattan (2004).
Again, I’ll start with what I consider some of the best examples of those pictures. You may have seen some of them in my books and websites.
Classic Spirit Face Photos
Debbie Alberti felt that she and her husband John were soulmates. She was a jazz singer in the tri-state area (NY-PA-NJ), and John, a drummer, was leader of the band. When he died of massive heart failure during a tennis match, Debbie was devastated.
I took several pictures of Debbie when she attended my ARE workshop, and John appeared miraculously in one of them… along with a surprise appearance (in the same photo) by who I think is the late Edgar Cayce.
Debbie and John, Lifetime
Debbie at the ARE Center
Debbie with Spirit Face(s)
How our spirit friends do things like this—creating a collage of two distinct faces to be caught on film—I still haven’t figured out.
That’s John… the face on the left.
And the face on the right, I believe belongs to the late Edgar Cayce. After all, it was his New York center where we had the workshop.
Edgar Cayce in lifetime (photo courtesy of the Edgar Cayce Foundation)
More about Edgar Cayce:
One of my favorite photo subjects was Meme, a highly sensitive young woman who introduced herself at the same workshop. Her picture became the cover of a book.
Meme at the ARE Center
Meme with two spirit faces replacing hers.
Tianna had recently lost William, the love of her life, to illness. I took several pictures of her during my workshop, and William showed up clearly in one.
Tianna alone (left) and with William’s face replacing hers (right).
William in lifetime.
Here are some of the other interesting photos taken in New York, with a brief comment under each.
Some people, such as Lisa, seemed especially receptive to spiritual influences while I was taking pictures. I didn’t get a clear picture of her because so many spirits were trying to show themselves. In these two, she sees her father’s face in the picture on the left… and the fellow superimposed over her face in the right-hand photo she doesn’t recognize.
Lisa Huston (a different Lisa), a good friend of ours, was videotaping my workshop at the ARE Center. If you look closely you can see a fellow’s face peering out from the left of her face.
“Connie” got an exceptionally clear picture of her son posing with her. Her son had died in an accident, so this picture was especially moving and meaningful to her.
These pictures of Elfie show a most interesting phenomenon that happened fairly often during these photo sessions with the luminator–a bleeding effect of the lights.
The bleeding effect also occurs on shiny silver jewelry, as in this picture of Judy.
Paula also has the light phenomenon, as well as a face trying to form over her face.
I’m hoping that by sharing this cross-section of many photos with diverse results, you’ll get a feeling for how spiritual phenomena manifested in these photos taken with the luminator.
I’ll probably do just one more of these posts of spirit faces, as they don’t seem to attract the interest I thought they might.
Then, back into more grounded topics… well, “grounded” is a relative term, right? 🙂
The Faces in the Mist series:
1. Colorado Springs
2. New York
3. Amazement in the basement
4. Deafening silence
5. Visits from beyond
6. Afterword about fear