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Another very interesting way to obtain spirit images is the use of structure reflection in moving water. Again the moving water waves on the surface of the lake are the driving energy. The water is reflecting imgages from everything that surrounds the lake, mostly these are trees. In winter, the bare twigs and sticks of a tree are giving a perfect structure to be worked upon by the distorting forces of the water. When you take single pictures or even better a small movie you are disassembling later into single frames you will see weird structures coming up the more you zoom in on the images. There is really a point when your mind starts to flip into surreal perception. It needs some good luck to obtain good images. Again these images were part of the first glimpses of the spiritual world I got before I even started with ITC. I took some shots of plants growing around a small lake near my flat just because they were beautiful. Later I zoomed in by accident a little too much on one of those images and got petrified of what I suddenly saw! The first impression were not really images of faces or bodys but already something that appeared as structures. As if a painter was trying to draw something not really perfect. This lookes like a map of a landscape with a river running through it. Then figures appeared as blurred outlines of bodies in a row like a family Now things started to become really weird as i discovered lots of animal like, dog faced beings aligned around the rims of a dark area Here in more detail. You can clearly see a fat something like a mixture between dog and pig with hanging cheeks. It is surrounded by more dog-like beings. The blurry shape of a slender woman with long hair in the middle of the picture. Right to her is the big head of a dog taking about half of the picture. Another shape of a tall person in the middle of the picture. Probably a woman with an indication of breasts. To her left is a big laughing face and to her right another smaller person raising his/her arms into the air as if he/she was greeting me. Both seem to "grow" out of the ground. The "bearded man". I use him as my logo. He has black hair, a black beard, you can see his neck and he is wearing a kind of a poncho. Right of the blue encircled area you can see a creature looking like kermit the frog but deceased. In the blue circle there are totem like figures. Doesn't this look like the outlines of a big ancient city with houses built into the flanks of a mountain? Maybe the upcoming city of the new Jerusalem. Maybe now you can understand why I think water has magic properties. I think water is a portal to the otherworld and it's transdimensional power is lurking in every lake, pond or puddle your are unconsciously passing by. Even a drop of water is magic!
1. Basic principles of used technique This was the first experiment I did with NTC 2 years ago. I noticed that the light of the sun, reflected by the tiny waves on the surface of a lake gave some kind of "light pumping" process. I focused the digital camera in my smartphone on this sport of light that was permanently oscillating between bright light and darkness due to the motion of the waves. After taking a short movie of some seconds I disassembled the movie into single frames by using the app Grabi. Then I analyzed every frame. After a while I noticed that every time the light went from brightness to darkness something showed up that appeared to be faces or face-like structures. 2. Some examples To give you an impression of what the effect looks like I put some simple examples here. I used moderate post processing with a standard image editor (irfanview), enhanced the contrast, regulated the brightness down and did some sharpening. 3. Faces in water In these experiments I could catch some fairly good images that showed more face-like properties and some even had a personal characteristic. This face looks a bit like the head of a robot. A distorted face of someone looking at you. This man immediately reminded me of Lenin! One of the best images I could get. It shares some similarities with Friedrich Jurgenson. However this might be wishful thinking. Basically this is the same "setup" used when you are taking shots from agitated water in a bowl, the bowl is just bigger and the agitation is done by wind.