We know several things about the human aura. It does not bend light, nor does it slow time. It doesn’t change the strength of constant magnetic or electric fields. But what it DOES do is alter how easily certain forms of oscillating energy propagate through space.
For example, Kirlian photography passes high voltage and high frequency electricity through an object…the brighter and larger the sparks coming off the object and recorded onto grounded photographic film, the stronger the aura of the object. In another example, the Life Energy-Field Meter, based on Wilhelm Reich’s orgone detector, uses a vacuum tube with alternating current flowing between the electrodes in the tube. The energy extends outside the tube and is called “displacement current” rather than “electric current” because it does not involve transfer of electrons. In the presence of an aura, the quantity of displacement current increases which registers on the Life Energy Meter as a read-out of the aura field strength.
The displacement current is analogous to energy passing through a slinky that is shoved at one end…a compressive ripple travels through to the other end. This is how a capacitor transmits energy – it also uses the displacement current. But what exactly IS the displacement current? Simply put, it is energy transfered in the form of oscillating gravity waves. Mainstream science says the displacement current comes from the electric field of one electrode changing into a magnetic field in between that induces an electric potential on the other electrode — but this isn’t exclusively true because if the electrodes were one sphere inside another sphere (as in a spherical capacitor) all magnetic fields would cancel but energy is still transmitted.
The displacement current is really just a longitudinal electromagnetic wave — not in the sense of electric and magnetic fields traveling longitudinally (that is impossible just as science says) but rather the components of electric and magnetic fields doing so; rather than “twisting up” into the form of magnetism, these components remain “uncurled” and become instead “compressed” like the slinky, thus manifesting as gravity instead of magnetism. This also shows why the aura does not bend or discolor ordinary light, since it only affects longitudinal waves and not transverse waves. Transverse waves characterize ordinary electromagnetic waves, like a rope being shaken rather than a slinky compressed. Anyway, the point is that the aura seems to amplify the transmission of longitudinal or gravitational waves.
Now, displacement current only exists when current is oscillating rather than constant. This means the aura affects only frequency fields and not static fields. In other words, the aura only affects gravity waves, not gravity fields — it does not change the gravitational field of a mass. You could say the aura is therefore a “frequency resonance field” that amplifies any gravitational waves having a frequency in common with its own resonance spectrum. If stimulated, an aura will emit gravitational waves at its resonance spectrum, and these waves would essentially be the “Frequency Resonance Vibration” or FRV as the Cassiopaeans call it. Interestingly, this suggests that physical matter, because it gives off a constant gravity field, has an FRV of zero, and that living energy fields accentuate anything other than zero frequency. So that which is living is just a higher on the gravitational vibrational spectrum than matter.
In order to measure the aura, one could place an object between the plates of a capacitor, pass white noise through one plate and record it on the other. By subtracting the input white noise from the output white noise, all that is left is a series of peaks at the resonant frequencies of the object. But this is just an average value for the entire field of the object, and does not give individual values for individual points in the field as with Kirlian photography. There may be more elegant methods. What we need is a device that measures displacement current at a wide spectrum of frequencies.
[Solid state devices like a field effect transistor may work, as used by Chuck Shramek in his alleged aura camera. Hodowanec’s gravity wave detectors, which measure the self-excited potentials in capacitors, may also work if modified. This all relates to Townsend Brown’s gravitators which applied the principle in reverse – charging a capacitor to produce a static gravity field].
Remote scanning of the aura would require transmission of a broad-spectrum gravity wave at the target in order to stimulate the aura into giving off its resonant vibrations which are then recorded. It may be possible to use a holographic technique whereby the original beam is combined with the emmission to create a hologram of the aura. This would require sensitive equipment but appears feasable. And because scanning requires hitting a target with a tangible gravitational wave, this possibly explains why being monitored tends to induce ear ringing; the subconscious may detect this intrusion and generate an auditory signal (usually in the left ear) as a warning to the conscious mind.