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In Search of Orbs

By Katie Ammon

Orbs are a subject I became interested in after viewing some videos shown in class at Earthsong. It brought to mind a time when I saw tiny brightly colored orbs after painting small watercolor fairy pictures. I had no explanation for them but wondered if the fairies had taken on a life of their own or if it was human action creating those little sparks. So orbs became a topic of interest that I wanted to explore further.

Soon I found a book called Orbs. It defined orbs as spherical phantoms not visible to the naked eye, but as misty circles that often showed up in photographs. They appear to float in the air and look a bit like soap bubbles. Orbs can be tiny or extremely large. They show up around people, in nature, populous areas or almost anywhere. The book was interesting but somewhat vague. It didn’t explain what caused them or what they were.

Recently, I found more information about orbs that grabbed my attention, while I was reading Source Field Investigations by author, David Wilcock. His theory is that the orbs are actually vortexes that are able to capture material objects. After the objects are drawn in, their material structure is altered into quantum waves, due to the action inside the vortex. As the orbs often move and rise, as shown in videos taken by more modern cameras, the author proposes that orbs may be responsible for reports of objects or animals falling from the sky, such as fish, frogs, roots, stones, flocks of birds, etc. He states that as the orbs move and rise they lose momentum needed to keep the material in a wave state. At that time the material regains its physical form and falls to Earth.

Wilcock also states that the captured object’s structure is a bit altered when it falls. The change lasts for a short time before it totally resumes its normal structure. In the case of birds or small animals, they become disoriented–for example in 2012 there was a report of a flock of birds that fell to Earth and died on impact. Rocks, on the other hand, have been shown to have decreased density and a warmer temperature before returning to normal. Experiments have shown that the reformed material is repelled by other matter, has a slow descent, normal sound on landing and then is slowly reintegrated into the third dimension.

His theory is that gravity holds everything together and its opposite, levity, counter balances it. This obeys one of the basic laws of matter – ‘Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” So the orbs are held together by gravity and levity, similar to soap bubbles.

He theorizes that orbs originate through the actions of planets, moons and stars that have a geometric relationship to each other. As they interact and move, it affects all life on Earth and in the universe. He states that these geometric interactions occur and reoccur regularly in the same place and at the same intervals close to ninety nine percent of the time, creating vortexes. He further states that those times were known to ancient civilizations such as the Mayans. Part of the theory is that the Mayan calendar and other devices to record time, kept track of the times the vortexes were created and opened. He carries this further and states that the vortexes may have been used as portals by the ancients to travel to other worlds and times.

This may explain why the master teachers of the past, like Jesus, Buddha and Thoth seemed to have come from the past to reach and teach mankind to pursue wisdom, higher consciousness (light/wisdom), on their path in life and help them understand space/time concepts better, so they can live more wisely with mindfulness and respect for all aspects of the physical world and in relating to other humans.

It will be interesting to see if orbs, as vortexes, become an area of study and use in the future, for mankind to develop into a better version of what is now present on the planet. Meanwhile, my search for answers to questions about orbs continues.

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