Mind, Body & Spirit, The Trilogy of Life

PIP Scan photo’s of Reiki working

PIP Scan Photo’s of Reiki working.

The colours in the leg’s Aura should be pastel not dark. If your in pain or unwell your Aura colours will appear dark/bright. When your in the best health you can be your aura colours will be pastel/pale.

First photo the sore leg.                    Second photo the sore leg getting 2 minutes of Reiki.         Third photo is the leg after Reiki.

PIP Scan or Polycontrast Interference Photography shows the energy field (aura) surrounding a person.

In the late 1980s, using microchip technology, Harry Oldfield developed a scanner which could provide a real time, moving image of the energy field. He believed that the future of analysis lay in finding an effective scanner which can ‘see’ imbalances in the energy field rather than disease in the physical body.

This system became known as Polycontrast Interference Photography or PIP. Harry thought that the human energy field might possibly interfere with photons – ‘energy packets’ of light – or even 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 travelled towards the object and when the reflected ray bounced off the object. In the main, the ‘object’ of his interest was human beings.

This is an extract from  http://www.electrocrystal.com/pip.html

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3 responses

  1. It’s not an attempt at trick photography. It is PIP scan photography Invented by Harry Oldfield and you can read more about it at http://www.electrocrystal.com/pip.html

    05/09/2014 at 12:18 am

  2. Thank you Melinda I hope this has helped. 🙂

    09/10/2011 at 2:43 am

  3. Melinda

    These are interesting photos but maybe some info on what a PIP scan is would help so people could understand what they are seeing. Just an idea.

    09/10/2011 at 2:21 am

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