in the Universe is just a vibration. Every atom, every part
of an atom, every elementary particle, even our thoughts and
consciousness are just vibration. There are many kinds of
vibration, some known on Earth, some not yet discovered.
eyes we can sense (perceive) a very narrow range
of atomic vibration frequencies (wavelengths from 0.3 to
0.7 micrometers - from violet to red). A mix of the vibration
frequencies in the above range we perceive with our eyes
as light of various colors. We can measure this mix precisely
by recording a spectrum of light, but ONLY using special
Spectrum contains precise information
about the distribution of vibration energy for various frequencies
(wavelengths) of light. Current definition of spectrum it
is limited to EM (electromagnetic) vibration. We cannot
measure spectrum with our eyes.
Our eyes contain only 3 types
of photosensitive cells: Red, Green and Blue (RGB). These
are vibration sensors. They operate using the principle
of a resonance and they are “tuned” for 3 frequencies:
red green and blue.
of color is created in our brain by averaging and recognizing
millions of different combinations of Red, Green and Blue.
It is well known, that many totally different spectra (vibrations
of light) will produce exactly the same color sensation
in our eyes. For example, a sensation of green color can
be achieved in many ways, for example:
2 frequencies: blue and yellow
>by providing a single frequency green
cannot distinguish any color difference between the above
cases, even though the corresponding spectra (vibration
of light) are totally different.
train our eyes and brain to perceive much more, by aiming
to develop the auric sight.
The term color can be only used
precisely when we refer to what we see with our eyes.
When we want to reproduce color sensations generated by
our eyes, we do not need to reproduce the original spectrum
(vibration) of light. Far from it. All we need to
do is to reproduce a stimulation of Red, Green and Blue
(RGB) sensors in our eyes. This
deficiency of our eyes is exploited in color printing, TV,
photography, computers and in fact by the entire color technology
as well as the art on Earth. All imaginable colors are reproduced
from just 3 color components - RGB.
A computer screen (or a photo) can display
a beautiful landscape using only Red, Green and Blue (RGB)
pixels (or pigments). However the light emitted or reflected
by that landscape has entirely different spectra than the
light emitted by the computer screen (or a photo), even
though we may not be able to see any difference in colors
using our eyes.
entire technology of color on Earth is about reproducing
visual sensations as perceived by our eyes (i.e. cheating
our eyes). It is like trying to create music from 3 tones
only, just by varying their relative intensity.
color can be only used precisely when we refer to
what we see with our eyes. A task of trying to find
a spectrum of light (vibration frequencies), corresponding
to a color is quite ambiguous, because there are infinite
number of different spectra that can produce identical color
perception by our eyes.
perceived by our eyes are only our perception of MUCH more
complex reality: complex vibration of light.
to use spectrum if we want the object not only to look,
but to WORK as well. Specifically, reproducing vibration
of light is essential when we want to create resonances,
interference, amplification of light etc..
we can create the violin body out of clay, wax and paint
it to look exactly like a good violin. But such "violin"
will be totally useless as an instrument, because we did
not care about its vibration characteristics.
example is the Auric Garment
- Chakra Shirt. Reproducing colors (for example printing
the pattern on a color printer which uses a 4 color technique)
is not enough. We need to accomplish certain spectral distribution
of frequencies of light for the Auric Garment to resonate
with certain vibrational frequencies of our mind-body system.
The process of creating such a match is much more complex
and costly than just reproducing sensations of color.