posted on Jul, 18 2006 @ 04:55 AM
The idea of seeking to capture 'oobe' action on film has already been tried, particulary during the then 'secret' experiments carried out by both
the US and Russia, during the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Google 'remote viewing' and this should provide info. Here's a link offering a scientific
perspective on a brief history of remote viewing. It doesn't go into detail (you'll have to look elsewhere), but does offer names, associations, and
experiments carried out that can be followed up.
Although some of the experiments were filmed, nothing of the spirit of the remote viewer was captured on film. EMF detectors did pick up activity at
the 'target' at the time when the remote viewer was said to have been near to the target.
The main problem to capturing a 'spirit' of someone undergoing a oobe is I think one of frequency. It is probable that so-called 'spirit-energy'
interacts differently with the physical environment; its effects being very small. I would say that as spirit moves through the physical environment
it briefly draws around itself elements from the environment like dust particles, bio-waste, etc, and it is these elements that help the spirit to be
seen. By this I do not mean that it retains a hold on the same particles in the air, but passes through them, briefly affording a frame upon frame
snapshot of its movement. In real time, this action is speeded up, thus we don't see each frame, but successions of them like watching a film. Light
in our part of the spectrum has to be able to reflect off something in order that our eyes or mechanical visual aids are able to detect it.
I won't discount the possibility of capturing a spirit on film someday, but I would think it will be very hard to do. I do doubt that you will
capture the spirit, per se, only its effect upon the particles in the air as it passes through them. Just some thoughts.