Orbs, What are They?

During the past week I have been posting photographs of orbs without addressing the question, what are orbs? Sceptics claim that they are dust motes, water molecules, etc. Scientists such as Dr. Klaus Heinemann and Dr. Miceal Ledwith, who wrote The Orb Project, consider them to be emanations of spiritual beings which are revealed through digital flash photography.

To illustrate this essay I walked along my street and photographed my neighbors rooftops. Not every photo had orbs and some were too pale to really be seen. Sometimes there were clouds of orbs and sometimes just a few.

Dr. Miceal Ledwith thinks that orbs are revealed when “the flash’s photons stimulate the orbs to absorb the photons, convert them into electrons, and then expel them again in photons of a lower frequency when the stimulus of the flash ceases.” If you want to continue with this explanation please refer to The Orb Project, page 36.

Dr. Klaus Heinemann points out in his book Orbs Their Mission and Messages of Hope, that they have been able to photograph orbs in laboratory clean rooms which are free of airborne particles.

There is nothing wrong with simply enjoying orbs for their visual effect. Orbs don’t have to be explained to imagine that they do possess charm, mystery and even a sentience attracted to our moments of enthusiasm and heartfelt activities.

And sometimes we can imagine that they enjoy the street we live on as much as we do.

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/

2 thoughts on “Orbs, What are They?

  1. Hello, I have orbs all around my home constantly, but many have shown themselves on videos.. such a treat…. A variety of behaviors on videos and so enjoy. Have pics of orbs, day and night, but the videos are so much fun and enjoyable… Is this unusual? Thanks, Susan


    1. Thanks for visiting, Susan. Several of my visitors have been enjoying their videos of orbs. So, it is only unusual that you have taken to recognizing and recording what most people don’t take an interest in. After all, it’s hard enough to pay attention to what is visible let alone find the time for the mostly unseen.


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