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The Orb Project

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The Orb Project is a book by Micaeal Ledwith, D.D., LL.D., and Klaus Heinemann, Ph.D. It is concerned entirely with the phenomena known as "orbs," or inexplicable glowing balls of light that magically appear any time someone uses a camera flash in dusty or rainy areas.

From the back cover:[1]

Orbs may be to the atmosphere what crop circles are to the earth. Having seen orbs and had them photographed while I am speaking, it is great to know that we are receiving cosmic energetic communication.
—C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., Holos University Graduate Seminary President,
International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine,
author of Life beyond 100 — Secrets of the Fountain of Youth

Orbs may also be to photography what EVP is to audio recording.

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  1. The Orb Project, 2007, Atria Books. ISBN 978-1-58270-182-0