Physics of Souls and Haloes


But the fact is – our brain can produce only either alpha waves or beta waves or, at the best, theta waves and delta waves, not any light-waves as such.

Even if these waves should have been luminous, their luminescence could not have pierced through the skull that surrounds the brain from all sides.  

We can’t think of any possibility of such haloes being seen the way we see glow-worms emitting light through a chemical reaction of certain enzymes with oxygen, either.

Nonetheless, it is also not true that we can’t see anything that we can’t see through our eyes.

For instance, is it not true that we can see things in the form of dreams even with our both eyes closed when we doze off?

But, as we know, we can’t take photographs of what we see in the dreams.

So, we may write it off from our present context.

The last resort left out for us is to check whether our souls have to do something with the haloes.

In the normal course, we have to agree that if a camera should have been able to capture the presence of a halo around somebody’s head we have no business to disbelieve the possibility of the physical existence of any such thing.

But the point is – how do we know whether the halo shown in this picture may not have been just superimposed through photoshop over a photo taken with a camera? 

It is quite possible that such a halo may have been superimposed over a camera-photo through photoshop with an ulterior motive of only convincing the followers of this man that he is a “god man” even though he may be nothing but merely a “con man” of a kind?

However, maybe, the way our subconscious mind lets us see dreams as if we are seeing them with open eyes, souls may be letting us see the haloes.

So, let us examine what may be true about it.

Looking into the possibility – whether our souls may let us see haloes

When we see something with our biological eyes, our eyes create an image of the things we see over our retina which, in turn, converts such images into retinal signals and sends such signals to our brain so that we may recognise what we are seeing.

But when our subconscious mind wants to talk to us, it talks to us through instincts and intuitions when we are awake and through dreams when we may be asleep – by generating the same type of signals as our retina would have created if our eyes would have seen such a thing as we see in our dreams and transmitting such signals to our brain much the same way as our retina would have sent to our brain.

To our brain, it makes no difference, whether retina should have sent such signals to it or our subconscious mind should have sent any such signals. It must be processing the signals sent by our subconscious mind also the same way as it would have processed the signals sent by our retina.