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« Reply #160 on: September 29, 2010, 02:57:45 pm »
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I do agree...
digital cameras cannot see buried gold nor golds aura..
This topic has been started maybe to only to sell books.... Angry
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« Reply #161 on: September 29, 2010, 02:59:21 pm »
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Hi DailyDigger

We all understand that you are having a talk show and that you are not saying whether they work or not but this camera taking photos of gold and hidden treasure in my opinion is false what I understand  is that there can be an IR contamination due to poor filters on the camera and thats why it will not occur on the more expensive models but rather on the cheaper ones. Thats how I understand it but then I could be all wrong.

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« Reply #162 on: September 29, 2010, 08:24:39 pm »
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Digital camera sensors, or CCDs (Charge Coupled Devices), are sensitive to light in a variety of spectra from infrared to ultraviolet. As an experiment, take your digital camera and any TV or DVD remote control. Turn the camera on and aim it at the remote. Press the On/Off button and watch the flash in the camera image. Thus your camera or cell phone camera can be a quick and dirty test for an infrared remote control.

These so called auras can easily be explained as lens artifacts from the sun or a light source being at an oblique angle to the lens. There's nothing mystical about them and they are definitely not auras from gold or some other ectoplasmic phenomenon. They are light. Nothing more, nothing less. That you can't see it without the camera is no mystery. It's physics. But you can suddenly "see" the light from your remote control using your camera's CCD sensor. Again, no miracle or mystery. Just physics.

Gold doesn't give off an aura. Heat it and it might give off a tiny bit of infrared energy. But no aura. End of discussion.

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« Reply #163 on: September 29, 2010, 08:53:46 pm »
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Back in the early 70's [damn I am old] I had a partner who was a big time photo guy. He used infrared film from plane at a 1000 ft or so close to dark to help us find old roads trails and streets in ghost towns It worked pretty good as we found a race track that was several miles from were everyone thought it was. While Skip was researching infrared he meet several groups that thought they could use it to see gold auras over several years they took 1000's of pictures no gold recovery no silver

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« Reply #164 on: September 29, 2010, 08:58:21 pm »
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Old roads and foundations have a physical reason that they give off a different infrared signature. They contain rotting things or they don't, depending on composition. A stone foundation or road is colder than the surrounding area, infrared wise. Vegetation gives off infrared during the photosynthesis process. Trees can even give out a burst of it when they're being attacked by a mold or spores. With an airborne platform, they can find old, buried ruins and stuff from the differences in temperature. Light, by the way, has a temperature measured in Kelvins.

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« Reply #165 on: September 30, 2010, 05:32:56 am »
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Thanks for clearing all that up GD by the way I was wondering how many Kelvins you are emitting (bright spark)  Smiley

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Thanks for clearing all that up GD by the way I was wondering how many Kelvins you are emitting (bright spark)  Smiley

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« Reply #167 on: September 30, 2010, 08:57:31 am »
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 Grin Grin OK a bit like an (o%d) diesel engine in the morning then. Cough, cough, Fart, fart but once it's well warmed up there's nothing to stop it but then it also depends on the quality of the coffee  Wink

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« Reply #168 on: November 05, 2010, 12:37:13 pm »
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Quote:Posted by barton

In my personal collection of photos I have pictures of the treasure auras caught on camera, shooting over the tops of trees, coming out of the sides of mountains and shooting up out of the ground--the camera was pointed at the ground--no flash--digital camera--and the beam of light could be easily seen shooting up out of the ground.  I have taken photos of the treasure aura--while walking--and the poition of the treasure aura remained fixed--while my angle to the colored light was constantly changing as I walked.

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Hi Barton, can you past some photos or video  from your collection,
  I believe that when gold released its ION or electrostatic from many depth  they sees in the air and    reflect from sunlight or IR of different waves, so sometimes sees with eyes or with the IR camera(550nm-950nm).
This IONs sometimes can find with Ferrite absorbativ method or LRL.

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« Reply #169 on: November 17, 2010, 10:52:46 am »
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Hi all- regarding David Villanuevas' online book, I bought it and applied the techniques and equipment exactly as outlined. I have now taken hundreds of pics at highly varied locations, terrain, conditions and time.
I have yet to see absolutely any results.
It is claimed in the book that iron and aluminum will yield auras also.
I have not gotten one from these metals and we all know how prevalent these are
in many of the areas we work. I have dug up large pieces of iron, uncovered pipes found by pulse, that had been photographed several times before using the technique.

Speaking with my friend, Bob Fitzgerald, he tells me he helped develop the technique way back, and that he NEVER got auras from iron. He mentioned that if we did, the pictures would be clouded with auras practically everywhere the camera is pointed. Imagine a city scene photographed using the setup, simply a digital camera with an infra red filter attached.
This is done all the time and examples can be found easily. No auras are found in any of them.

Emailing David regarding this point has yet to yield a response.

I suspect that there may be some photoshop involved in some or all of the the examples given in his manual.

The "David" writing in this forum, is no doubt Mr. Villanueva himself, hawking his wares.
This is why the requests for setup or technique are not answered, except with further advertisement for the book.

As I understand it, there is some truth to the technique, but may involve more specialized and expensive equipment.

I look forward to hearing of any successes anyone has had with this technique, specifically for actual auras, as opposed to seeing such things as terrain  or other anomalies, which have been known for quite some time.   

Posted on: November 17, 2010, 10:31:50 AM
This photo shows a phenomena that shows up regularly in IR photgraphy. It is called a hotspot and is due to relatively close up pics where the filter, curvature of the lens and reflectivity of the surfaces photgraphed, yield an illuminated section in the center of the picture. The color of this section is likely altered using retouching, but the effect matches this description from my experience.


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