Dutch Light Orbs
Analog photos by Tilly Dinger
By Ed Vos
As I (Ed) regularly give
Orbsexcursions for interested people, Tilly Dinger attended our groups several
On november 19th 2012 we had another excursion in which Tilly participated.
Besides her digital camera, she also used a analogue one.
I really love that, for however nowadays most photos are made with digitals, the
phenomenon can be captured on analogue camera's as well. As a matter of fact,
The whole discovering of the Orbs phenomenon started for me using those camera's
using rolls of film.
The camera Tilly used is to be
seen on the photo below:
A simple compactcamera of the
Brand Kyocera. Kyocera is a large factory. They also produced camera's for
Contax and Yashica.
Pay attention to the camera's lens. A Carl Zeiss lens. Carl Zeiss lenses are
German lenses, that belong to the top of lenses during decennia.
As Tilly had her roll of film
processed, so developped and printed, I asked her to have the negatives, for
beeing the most original "documents" professionally scanned. And so she did. The
photos you see are "full frame" no reworking. Except putting in Tilly's
copyright, and having them resized for putting them on this website in a
convience size. The originals however are available for further research. Just
As these photos seemed to me very
spectacular, and as they are spectacular, I decided to post them to my friend
Heinemann is a physicist who was a professor of research at Stanford University
and worked a long time for NASA. He co-authored two books, translated into many
- Orbs - the Project
(with Dr. Miceal Ledwith, Atria Books, Simon & Schuster,
Orbs - their mission and messages of
(with his wife Gundi Heinemann, Hay House, 2010).
Klaus and I have known each other since 2008, and he
seemed to me the perfect person to ask him about these analogue photos taken by
Klaus's reply on my mail was:
"This is a tough one! Knowing they come from Ed, I have no doubt about their
authenticity. Their shapes and their sharpness do puzzle me. One could argue
that they might be a different class of orbs, coming about with a peculiar
radiation (much longer wave length, subject to much less optical diffraction,
yet energetic enough to trigger the AgCl dissociation in the conventional
photographic process -- not explainable with the conventional thinking
paradigm). The unusually sharp contours of these orbs hint in this direction.
It could also "simply" be emanations of spirit beings that would want to
communicate through the unique shapes of the orbs they emanate. I do have good
evidence of very unusually shaped -- yet "regularly" contoured -- orbs. Either
way, conventional thinking does not appear to take us very far here."
Some days later I got another
message from Dr. Heinemann.
I was even more excited, because Klaus reported about some research he did on
Tilly's photos, and attached some slides with his findings.
Please carefully look at Klaus's
slides and read his comments/explanations.
To view the presentation of Dr.
Klaus Heinemann, please clik on the Picture below.
Of particular importance is what Dr. Heinemann
wrote to me about these slides:
I evaluated photos 233 and 244,
because they have particularly nice orbs and were originally taken with
different camera orientations (233 in landscape, 244 in portrait). I selected
two nice orbs from #244 and one nice orb from #233 (see first slide).
I then chose orb #1 from 244 and
superimposed it -- after re-sizing to the same size -- with the orb selected
in 233 (see Slide 2). There was no fit (see center-bottom in Slide 2).
However, when the orb in one of the photos (I chose Orb 1 of 244) is rotated
by 90 degrees, to simulate landscape position also for this photo),
superposition gives perfect outer contours. This indicates that almost
certainly we have a camera condition; likely, the contours of the shutter or
aperture determine the shape of the orbs. In the absence of a photomontage
(which I exclude because I fully trust in your ethics), I conclude that the
radiation emitted by these orbs is significantly different from normal light.
I discussed something similar in conjunction with the last photo in my 2010
book "Orbs, their Mission and Messages of Hope" (co-authored with my wife
Gundi), the "O'Jack Effect." There, my conclusion was that the radiation was
at "regular" wavelength but reduced frequency. Here, it looks like it is going
in the other direction -- radiation at longer wavelengths.
As a second observation from this
superposition experiment (still Slide 2), I noticed that the orb interiorities
of the examined orbs (#1 of 244 and that of 233) were very similar. I have
seen this before in other photos (e.g., a photo series I received earlier from
a different photographer -- about which I presented at various talks/
conferences/presentations but not yet in our books or on our website). I
conclude that the same (type) of orb was present in both photos. This is VERY
significant !!! For example, these findings clearly put an end to the
arguments of some critics that orbs are reflections at airborne particles.
In order to further examine this effect and
observation, I took a closer look at two different orbs in the same photo
(244). See Slide 3 for details. I found, as would make sense, that Orb #2 has
different interiorities than Orb #1. Superposition of that orb with the one in
233 gives reasonable agreement in the outer shape -- upholding the camera
effect -- but very marginal agreement in the interiorities. This could mean
that these two orbs (#2 of 244 and the one examined in 233) are emanations
from different spirit entities.
Of course, these are very crude conclusions,
but nothing significantly "better" comes to mind that would make sense to me
at this point.
I am obliged to Tilly for taking these
analog photos during my orbs excursions and making the original photonegatives
available to me for professional digitizing/scanning.
I greatly thank my friend Dr. Klaus
Heinemann as well for his research and sharing his findings with me.
Tilly, Klaus, thank you for permitting me to
share your pictures and information on this website.
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