Photo © 2000 Merry Metcalf
January 30th 2000
Photographer: Merry Metcalf
Above, is an example of a
moving (and possible ‘pulsing’) ‘subtle energy’ luminosity,
photographed at what sounds like a possible ‘leyline vortex’ site occupied
by a house!
The photograph was taken
by Merry Metcalf, using a Toshiba PDR-5 (medium resolution)
Photo 7 shows what looks like
subtle energy ‘light ball’
in motion, very similar to
photographed at a ‘leyline vortex’ site in California.
In this case the luminosity was not seen by anyone at the time, including
the sister of the photographer in the photograph.
Giles Metcalf (husband of Merry Metcalf) reported that the weather was
‘clear, frosty and still’ at the time. There was also no wind.
Giles Metcalf kindly
supplied the following
observations about the luminosity and location:
‘I have done some calculations based
on the picture, and assumed a flash aperture
for my camera of 1/5,000th of a second (reasonable for an electronic
Playing Devil's advocate by hypothesizing that the object is a speck of
being blown in front of the camera, it would have to be at least 20cm in
of the camera to be illuminated by the flash. In that time, if it was that
it would have to travel approximately 5cm in the duration of the flash to
a trace the length that it did.
Calculating back, this would give a velocity of 0.05/0.0002 m/s or 250
I don't think that I had a wind that strong blowing through my living
The candles wouldn't have stayed alight for long.
Also, counting the 'nodes' in the
object (I count 9), it would seem that it was pulsing
at approximately 45 kHz.’
Interestingly, Giles adds that there are at least three leylines
that pass close by the house,
and an underground water source, in the form of the Butterley
Tunnel on the Cromford Canal
(one of the longest canal tunnels in
England), directly below the house.
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