posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 01:17 PM
Well for the pineal gland i dont need to back up its existence because it clearly does but for the whole chakra bit there ARE cameras that can take a
picture of your aura and the chakras wuld most likely be a condensement of your aura over your body in such pictures. Im kind of going out on a limb
and guessing on the chakra bit for those pictures but you dont know till you try.
It also just seems like your trying to troll butcher.
I think you're referring to Kirlian Photography (KP), which creates a visual display of how electricity flows from the body's surface into the film.
It is widely (and, in my opinion, incorrectly) believed that KP photographs the "aura."
No KP has ever shown the existence of a chakra. This negative result does NOT mean that chakras don't exist. All it means is that this particular
technology doesn't show them. It may simply be that chakras are too subtle to influence the flow of electricity. We haven't even begun to
The thing is, there are many real things that cannot be detected by any physical means. Love, for example. Most of us would admit that love exists,
but can anyone prove it? Say some alien comes here, who has never experienced or heard of love. He demands proof. What are you going to show
The fact that something lies outside the domain of scientific investigation is not evidence that it doesn't exist. All it means is that it is not a
proper subject for scientific investigation. Most of reality lies outside this domain.