(Christina Sarich) Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) is a photographic technology that reads light emitted from the body at gradations which are not picked up by normal cameras. It is also known as “Kirlian photography.” Different gradations and colors of light reveal where there is disease or inharmony in the body. The technology essentially measures bio-field energy changes that are reflective of emotional or physical degradation.
Dr. Harry Oldfield discovered that:
- People who are healthy, and whose bio-field or chakras are balanced will create a coherent, vibrant PIP image made up of vivid colors, usually yellow, blue, green and indigo.
- People who have a distortion of their bio-field and imbalance in their chakras (including emotional distress) will display a distorted image using PIP photography. The PIP photo will show speckled, dissipated, muddied, smudged, dull, palid, or ‘burnt’ looking light, usually with colors looking dull or congested. Also, the…
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