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Natural Sceptic
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Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 20, 2013, 22:24
I have come across this method of photographing sacred sights/standing stones/menhirs etc by the Frenc photographer Cossec and would love to know how it's done??

'Gilbert Le Cossec is a professional photographer who has spent many years developing techniques to capture images of Earth Energy emanating from sacred stones like Menhirs and Dolmens as well as old churches known to be built on top of megalithic sacred stone sites. The technique he developed, in the category of electro-photography, enables him to capture on film, non-visible sections of the electromagnetic spectrum. His technique is a development beyond the Kirlian photographic technique and is called Epiphanie.'

See link below for pics using the technique

http://www.jiroolcott.com/sacred_stones.html
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Edited Sep 20, 2013, 22:37
Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 20, 2013, 22:36
Natural Sceptic wrote:
I have come across this method of photographing sacred sights/standing stones/menhirs etc by the Frenc photographer Cossec and would love to know how it's done??

'Gilbert Le Cossec is a professional photographer who has spent many years developing techniques to capture images of Earth Energy emanating from sacred stones like Menhirs and Dolmens as well as old churches known to be built on top of megalithic sacred stone sites. The technique he developed, in the category of electro-photography, enables him to capture on film, non-visible sections of the electromagnetic spectrum. His technique is a development beyond the Kirlian photographic technique and is called Epiphanie.'

See link below for pics using the technique

http://www.jiroolcott.com/sacred_stones.html


Hi NS, I'm only a very amateurish snapper but all that stuff looks unreal to me. Do you think its genuine or photo-shop stuff? I think Mustard is very much into photography so would know much more. Interesting though.
Natural Sceptic
Natural Sceptic
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 08:20
Sanctuary wrote:
Natural Sceptic wrote:
I have come across this method of photographing sacred sights/standing stones/menhirs etc by the Frenc photographer Cossec and would love to know how it's done??

'Gilbert Le Cossec is a professional photographer who has spent many years developing techniques to capture images of Earth Energy emanating from sacred stones like Menhirs and Dolmens as well as old churches known to be built on top of megalithic sacred stone sites. The technique he developed, in the category of electro-photography, enables him to capture on film, non-visible sections of the electromagnetic spectrum. His technique is a development beyond the Kirlian photographic technique and is called Epiphanie.'

See link below for pics using the technique

http://www.jiroolcott.com/sacred_stones.html


Hi NS, I'm only a very amateurish snapper but all that stuff looks unreal to me. Do you think its genuine or photo-shop stuff? I think Mustard is very much into photography so would know much more. Interesting though.


Hi Sanctuary.

Personally, I don't see why not.

I've visualised similar if not as dramatic with naked eye and have been trying to replicate what I see with photographs for a while. When I came across these pics, the whole thing didn't strike me as possible fakery.

Most of us are happy with 'energy fields' around most things - whether organic or inorganic and Kirlian (sp?) photography captures something of this, but these pictures are different and look more like what I have seen

As to the energies shooting upward... and this is something I haven't seen, well Telluric energies are supposed to rise upward (solar down) and at cyclic times throughout the day (morning peak etc), so to catch the energy in moving action is very exciting
nigelswift
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 08:48
It seems you can get images like that by using Kirlian photography on lots of objects not just megaliths http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirlian_photography
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 09:25
nigelswift wrote:
It seems you can get images like that by using Kirlian photography on lots of objects not just megaliths http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirlian_photography


So it's not a natural phenomena rather one induced by an electrical charge being applied to the object, is that right?
nigelswift
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 09:47
Coronal discharge is real enough.

Apparently "the free radicals and ions generated in corona reactions can be used to scrub the air of certain noxious products, through chemical reactions, and can be used to produce ozone". So maybe megaliths are good for you!

It can also generate blue light which some people claim to have seen - and to make a sound. Wonder if that's the basis of the famous hummadruzz. Haven't heard that mentioned here lately.
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 10:00
nigelswift wrote:
Coronal discharge is real enough.

Apparently "the free radicals and ions generated in corona reactions can be used to scrub the air of certain noxious products, through chemical reactions, and can be used to produce ozone". So maybe megaliths are good for you!

It can also generate blue light which some people claim to have seen - and to make a sound. Wonder if that's the basis of the famous hummadruzz. Haven't heard that mentioned here lately.


Ahh so that's where the megalithic feel-good factor comes from.
nigelswift
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 10:04
Exactly. Stonehenge was a clinic.
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 10:10
nigelswift wrote:
Exactly. Stonehenge was a clinic.


Well...
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2006/dec/01/arts.heritage
Natural Sceptic
Natural Sceptic
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Re: Epiphanie photography by Gilbert Le Cossec
Sep 21, 2013, 11:52
Sanctuary wrote:
nigelswift wrote:
Exactly. Stonehenge was a clinic.


Well...
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2006/dec/01/arts.heritage


lol - so according to the above, the ancients who constructed Stonehenge were nothing more than con artists wanting to exploit the needy & vulnerable...
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