Over the next few days I will upload more results of the psychogeophysics summit. Here are three thoughtographies exposed throughout four days on Point Hill in Greenwich, attached to a tree. Point Hill was the ending location – our dark heart – of the Dark heart of Codeness walk .
We attached little pieces of photographic paper to an underwater microphone – hydrophone, and recorded for 15 minutes in the serpentine waters at Hyde Park.
During the Remote Viewing Session yesterday evening with Suzanne Treister and Karen Russo I placed one envelope containing three sheets of photographic paper underneath my experimental papers.
During a procession in Lourdes round 1909, a photographic dry plate was placed light tight sealed in front of the Marienstatue. Hippolyte Baraduc called the results of his experiments to capture the invisible Iconographies.
Source: Jenseits von Licht und Schatten, by Rolf H. Krauss, Jonas Verlag 1992
…. more daily experiments
photographic paper pieces in a ring:
on different sections of a prague city map:
for my pockets:
The first image is the result of a one month exposure through the Hologram of Alice in Wonderland -below- that I described in an earlier post. The other exposures of the same experiment – photographic paper sealed behind wallpaper – came out entirely black.
I started to attach a roll of photographic paper behind the wallpaper. The sensitive layer faces the black cardboard, while its backside is in direct contact to the wallpaper. Soon the whole corner will be discretely double-layered. Also Mr. Pickledfeets beautyful hologram of Alice in Wonderland has a hidden sensitivity. Exposure time will be determinated by intuition and patience.