Re: Seeing a wider spectrum

Paul Hughes (
Sat, 07 Aug 1999 14:22:29 -0700

"Michael S. Lorrey" wrote:

> I would imagine that people who claim to see auras actually have
> defective UV filters in their corneas....which could explain why people
> struck by lightning report such abilities after their electric
> experience, as the lightning bolt's high levels of UV emissions likely
> burns out some or all of the UV filters.

I'm skeptical this is the case. Many years ago, a friend of mine taught me how to see auras with about 5 minutes of instruction in front of a mirror. I have in turn taught it to dozens of people since. What are the odds that everyone I have taught has a 'defective' cornea, unless this defect is in fact the norm for most people?