This is going to seem like an odd question. But i can not find answers anywhere else so I wonder if the medical community has answers. I have noticed that sometimes if I look close enough at objects especially people I can see like a very very very faint transparent outline around them. its been happening for a long time now. My boyfriend says he can see it to if you look hard enough. it follows the contours of the objects. its mostly visible around humans. What is this? I think its very interesting because Im not a big believer in the spirt world. I dont disbelieve either but I assume there must be some medical explanation for it. I wonder if its energy or light reflecting. People say auras but Im not even sure if auras really exist. do you happen to know if the medical world explains this?
Metaphysics, Science, Religion, Governments all admit there are other beings among us.
1)Humans have a electrical force that is viewable as is their heat waves on certain devices
2)Metaphysics claim such as ayras
3)Fallen Angel or Demonic spirits
4)ChemTrail particles clouding the air can bounce off certain bodies instead of falling on their body and that can been seen!
***This however is not the forum for this, there are utube video showing certain people like news reporters on a assignment under the lighting where there are clear auras and the utube poster of the video claim that the reporter is a reptiallian which may or may not be a fallen angel. There is many more sighting and reports of them occurring most frequently whereas the bible states there is nothing new. Meaning they are getting bolder showing their selves.
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What you have is halo vision. Well smoking, far sightedness, retinitis pigmentosa, air pollution, heavy alcohol consumption, cataract and glaucoma should also be looked into apart from diabetes. Please discuss this with your ophthalmologist. Take care!
ive been having the same thing happen to me lately. its not very often but i definately have been having that. it usually happens whenever ive been doing that thing where you stare into space for a while. i think it might have something to do with being tired. dont trust me though its just an assumption.
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