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Aura of a blade of grass with a radiation spot


Albert Roy Davis discovered a way to photograph the aura of all living and non-living matter. You may have heard about a similar process called Kirlian photography, named after Semyon Kirlian, an amateur inventor and electrician from Krasnodar, Russia. In 1939 Kirlian discovered that if an object on a photographic plate is subjected to a high-frequency, high-voltage, low-amperage-electrical field,  an image is produced on the plate. Critics of Kirlian state that his process is the result of a corona discharge, simply a high-voltage electric field breakdown of air molecules between two condenser plates. Kirlian believed that he was actually photographing the aura.

Unknown to the vast majority of people worldwide, including most people who are aware of and have an interest in Kirlian photography, is that Albert Roy Davis developed his own method of capturing the aura in the 1930's, before Kirlian did. Davis' process is different than Kirlian's, but the images he obtained are similar. Davis not only believed that he was photographing the aura, he was able to measure these energies using modern electronic instruments that he invented in his laboratory. To quote Davis and Rawls from their first book, Magnetism and Its Effects on the Living System, "We have measured, from a fraction of an inch to greater distances from the surfaces of the body, energies that are in a sense a radiation of electromagnetic energies. This statement is made in this broad manner as these energies are composed of many different forms, frequencies, microvoltages and currents. This does not change the fact that they are present, projected from the surface of the body at all points."

Davis and Rawls have factually established that the two separate and distinct energies of magnetism are similar, if not the same, as the two separate and distinct energies of plant, animal, and human form, and in fact, in all living and non-living matter.  

Aura of a leaf

Another aura image of Davis' hand

Davis' Radiation Detection Kit

Davis wrote what was likely the first scientific paper on the dangers of radioactive fallout, in 1946. These papers were taken to the Atomic Energy Committee by General Edward P. King and Colonel Henry Edward Tisdale, Sr. The AEC would not listen then. It wasn't until 1956 that the Bikini Atoll tests finally convinced the U.S. government.
In the early 1960's Albert Roy Davis sold a product called the Sensi-Tomic Fallout Kit which was available from the Sensi-tomic Corporation (later known as the Florida Radiation Co.), his company. The kit was intended to give the public a means to gauge the amount of fallout that was dropping from the atmosphere as a result of the above ground testing of atomic bombs. There were many fallout particles present at that time because of the above ground testing, and they would show up on the film as white spots when the photos were developed.

The photos below were all taken as explained in the
Sensi-tomic Fallout Kit by Albert Roy Davis, in the vicinity of his lab in Green Cove Springs, FL.

The biomagnetic aura of Albert Roy Davis' hand