Dutch Light Orbs


We thank Mr. Toine Trust for allowing us to publish his article on our website, and Mr. Robbert van den Broeke for his allowance to publish his pics.

Dutch lightorbs

Ed Vos


September 4, 2004

The dutch commercial TV network RTL4 broadcast September 3 a news item about the dutch renowned medium Robbert van
den Broeke. Since the beginning of this year Robbert is able to capture ETI (extra-terrestrial intelligence) on camera  It usually starts with a cricket-like sound. Then the entities appear, and take shape.

The ETI appear on every camera Robbert uses. The skeptical TV crew of the dutch commercial TV network RTL4 gave Robbert a throw-away camera and were totally flabbergasted to find out that the ETI also appeared on this cam! The producer of the TV program still has the pictures in her cam.

It's clear that the entities caught on camera are not physical ones. That explains why there's no visible shadow. This phenomenon has been studied in the parapsychology by Hans Holzer, Ph.D.

The ETI on the camera is an 'immaterial image'. With immaterial images there's a registration of the ectoplasm (a subtle living matter present in the body of a medium, and which is capable of assuming various semi-solid or solid states, which can be, and have been felt, and photographed) or a registration by means of psycho-inductive feedback (caused by the medium directly on the registration material). While these appearances only occur in the presence of Robbert - a person who is a renowned medium with paranormal gifts - is this a matter of a 'mediumistic immaterial appearance' in stead of a physical ETI. With these types of appearances it's understandable that the image itself strongly resembles something actual or archetypically, that means: the perception the medium has out of his memory how something should look like.

The renowned researcher Nancy Talbott of BLT Research, who visited Robbert for research, calls his case unique. Robbert doesn't want to make any money out of his special gifts. That's why he deliberately hides himself from publicity. Robbert's father, a general bank manager, fully supports his son, who had paranormal experiences since childhood. The dutch medium already has a photo album full of pictures of the entities he caught on camera.


"RTL Boulevard", RTL4 - dutch commercial TV network, 09/03/2004
Hans Holzer, Psychic photography, treshold of a new science, 1970, Souvenir Press, Ltd. London, ISBN 0285 50284 0

De Telegraaf, the largest newspaper in the Netherlands, published September 4 an article about the dutch renowned medium Robbert van den Broeke. Robbert, 24, has already taken thousands of pictures of entities, appearances and figures. "It's a crime if i don't share this [evidence]. And i have the feeling this is only the beginning." 12 files full of pictures from another world. Thousands of negatives were send to the one hour service; 9 out of 10 he was lucky: "I feel something, an energy, a pressure round my head and then i take pictures of them. Almost every day."

In the practise (anteroom) where Robbert helps people, is a picture of a cross of yellow light. "Taken on Good Friday. In the field i saw in a flash 'bars'. Later on i discovered the cross." Robbert's mother, 51, relates: "Exactly at that moment our granddaughter was borne. 2 months ago he took pictures of me on the couch. Besides me was sitting my deceased brother."

"A niece of ours moved house and was sleeping very bad in her new residence. Robbert photographed her house and suddenly arose a young negro man in a red-green garment." The photo file shows up... "And this is our badroom. In front of the white tiles you can see the face of an old man with a good-hearted smile on his mouth. Everywhere in our house the white entities are caught on camera, looking stoically in the camera lens."

Less cheerful is another image that shows up all the time: of a muscular body with a grotesque, distorted head, just somewhere in the living room. "After a (published) paper article, readers pointed out to us that this is a so-called Mud-man from New-Guinea. These are adorned with mud- or clay masks." It's not always the same one. One is photographed jumping, the other upside-down on the ceiling. A third one has leaves in front of his vitals. A fourth one was carrying away a man over his shoulders.


De Telegraaf-i, on-line edition of the largest newspaper in the Netherlands, September 4, 2004

pictures are (c)Robbert van den Broeke
photo Robbert van den Broeke is (c)Rein Geleijnse

(c)2004 Toine Trust -UFOPlaza

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