I have always been passionate about holistic food analysis methods, which enable, in one picture, to be able to appreciate the vitality of what we bring into our body by eating. Here is in preview a picture I have made and that shows the vitality of a sprouted sunflower seed with the Easygreen sprouter. Don't hesitate to share it, it is demonstrative!
Kirlian photography was discovered by the Russian Semyon Davidovich Kirlian in 1939, who found inspiration in Nicolas Tesla's work in the early 20th century. The Kirlian process.
Kirlian photography enables the visual materialization of subtle fluxes perceptible by sensitive people and emitted by the photograph foods. The more the foods are alive, the more these vital fluxes are intense. It is a non- Cartesian approach, which remains controversial in our country, the birthplace of René Descartes and Louis Pasteur whose mechanical and materialistic approaches of the living still influence our French society in its globality.
This is not the case in other Asian or Soviet countries, which use these unconventional methods of analysis.
After objects and foods, this science has spread to human beings, especially under the impulse of Pr. Konstantin Korotkov, Professor of Physics at the University of St. Petersburg. This internationally renowned researcher has been conducting pioneering research in the field of human energy for over 30 years. He developed the GDV technique, based on the Kirlian effect, in 1995, and a special camera, BioWell. A direction for the future!