THE HUMAN AURA Jose Luis Gimenez a Since antiquity, man has asked that it was due to some bodily luminescence could be observed in certain high-profile figures, especially those considered of divine origin. Just as in ancient Egypt, we could see how certain figures of goddesses or gods were portrayed with a halo on top of the head, this would be the case of the goddess Sekmek. This quality was maintained with the passage of time, and in every known culture, one can observe this phenomenon is still represented in the various prints and paintings, where a certain character of a religious and spiritual, like Buddha, Mohammed, Moses and above all, Jesus, for instance, are represented with a bright halo of light around them head. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Oracle. a But why this phenomenon occurs?, what is the aura? a The aura has always been a subject of controversy and debate, as the scholars have come to be ever agreement in its composition or origin of their origin, which has led to mixed reviews, while it is generally accepted the existence of the phenomenon, which has been the subject of exhaustive studies by the scientific community to find the explanation to the display of a phenomenon that seemed reserved for individuals with the ability of clairvoyance, or religious figures in a state of mystical trance. a The force field energy of the human aura, is produced by the various vibrations and frequencies, which emanate from our body through the various energy points or Chakras (Sanskrit meaning wheel, and his description would correspond to the fumes energy, to control the flow and configuration as the body-mind system needs, such energy being composed of a subtle matter, which is imperceptible to the human eye not tested), is manifested through a range of a emanations of light at a frequency UV spectrum, so generally not perceptible to human vision, except to those people who say they have some power of clairvoyance and could be related to a particular type of plasticity of such individuals in the lens of the eye. .