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How to Photograph the Paranormal
Leonore Sweet, Ph.D.
ISBN: 9781571744111
Book (Paperback)
Hampton Roads Publishing Company
$21.95
6 x 9
256 pages
Color & bw photographs
December 8, 2004


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A Must-Have Guide for Investigating the Paranormal

Have inexplicable spheres and fogs ever ruined any of your photographs? If you discarded them, thinking dirt on the lens or camera glitches were to blame, you may want to retrieve them and reconsider. These spheres and fogs may be paranormal light forms.

Light forms are mentioned in literature on angels, aliens, UFOs, ghosts, crop circles, near-death experiences, inter-dimensional beings, magick, and thought forms. Hypnotized subjects describe the lights as the forms we become between lives on Earth.

This entertaining book examines the many theories about what these energies may be and presents evidence throughout history that confirms their existence.

Starting out as a novice photographer, the author captured the apparent spirit of her sister's dog. That began her great adventure into researching orbs, vortexes, and ectoplasms that are appearing in pictures worldwide. In this book, you will learn as she did how, when, and where to photograph and interact with these intelligent life forms.

How to Photograph the Paranormal has something for everyone--from the simply curious to ghost hunters and paranormal researchers. The book features dozens of original paranormal photographs--many in full color.

Mysterious lights evidently have been with us all along but they are now making extra efforts to reveal themselves to humanity. This book is an eye-opening glimpse into their world.

"Lee" Sweet is a lifelong spiritual seeker whose pictures of a dog's apparent "spirit" launched her on an incredible journey into the world of paranormal photography. It enriched her life with new meaning and became the topic of her doctoral dissertation in Esoteric Studies for American Pacific University. Dr. Sweet began working as editor-in-chief of two student newspapers. After working her way through college and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Portland State University, she worked in personnel, mini-farming, legal administration and investigation, and her family’s retail furniture business, church-hopping all the while. Lee has had one near-death experience, is certified in clinical hypnotherapy and Huna (an ancient Hawaiian healing art), and has studied under many of the current spiritual leaders. Better at asking questions than delivering answers, she does not claim expert status in either photography or the paranormal. A lifetime of reading and research has given her an overall view of light forms that needs to be shared. These lights have been with us all along, holding the key to life’s greatest mysteries, but now seem eager to be seen and understood. Dr. Sweet and her husband Stan, have five grown children, two grandchildren, and are governed by their spoiled pets in Clackamas, Oregon.
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Sample Content:
Introduction and Chapter 1

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Photographing the Paranormal