One of the first things that I was introduced to after Emma crossed over were orbs. I had never heard of them nor had I been aware of them in photographs. On looking back over photographs that were taken before her passing, there were orbs. Since her passing orbs have fascinated me. To my knowledge, we still do not have a definitive explanation for them. The sceptics say it is dust, moisture and a host of other things through to those who claim they know exactly what they are. I do not take either argument as a defining one. What I do know is that there have been some excellent books written that have approached the subject in as scientific a manner as is possible at this time, and it is to them I would refer the reader. From my personal experience, they are clearly intelligent, or intelligence is behind them. Whether they are spirits or spirit messages is not in my mind a serious debate. Why do I say they are intelligent? It is because when one is photographing them when one “feels’ them as I do, then I may ask them to be in the photo or not as the case may be, and they oblige. I am also aware of when they are around now and when they are not. In times of doubt I will often go out and photograph the orbs, they are uplifting to me in such times.
The best books that I can recommend are “The Orb Project” Michael Ledwith & Klaus Heinemann, “Beyond Photography” Katie Hall & John Pickering, “Orbs and Beyond” also by Katie Hall and John Pickering, and “Orbs Their Mission and Messages of Hope“. Some other authors have written about orbs, but I consider these books to be classic and seriously authoritative.
Below are some of the orbs that I have photographed. I do have a photo of an orb on my butt as I was bending over, now don’t tell me a certain teen didn’t have something to do with that one. The golden orb is a frequent orb in my collection of thousands of photos of orbs.