SB Research Group experience in the field of archaeoacoustics has developed over the last few years which includes new research methods that examine the effect sacred sites have on the human brain. One such method builds on experience gained in the forensic field. using extreme UV photography via a prototype camera. New discoveries in neurophysiology have enabled emotional states of a given subject to be measured by recording UV light emitted from the brain. A halo effect was recorded around the head which looked similar to the aureole of saints or glorified people represented in historical paintings. This aureole was found to be larger and stronger in people who were trained to meditation and prayer. This phenomenon is stronger in ancient “sacred” sites too.

Anthropological analysis of human body emissions using new photographic technologies

DEBERTOLIS, PAOLO;
2015

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SB Research Group experience in the field of archaeoacoustics has developed over the last few years which includes new research methods that examine the effect sacred sites have on the human brain. One such method builds on experience gained in the forensic field. using extreme UV photography via a prototype camera. New discoveries in neurophysiology have enabled emotional states of a given subject to be measured by recording UV light emitted from the brain. A halo effect was recorded around the head which looked similar to the aureole of saints or glorified people represented in historical paintings. This aureole was found to be larger and stronger in people who were trained to meditation and prayer. This phenomenon is stronger in ancient “sacred” sites too.
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