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  The   photographs   of   two   sections   of   the   Athens   Acropolis,   in   homepage,   taken amid  the   flash   of   many   cameras,   of   thousands   of   people   who   was   taking   photos    the   same   time .

  However   no   other   recording   of   orbs   outside   the   present,   was   not   known.   ( It is possible   of   course   to   there   were   other   recordings   that   were   not   published ).  

  This   proves   that   the   orbs,   are   not   recorded   necessarily   by   everybody,   even   if  they   are   taking   photos   of   the   same   object   at   the   same   time.

  The   discontinuity   of   the   ability   to   recording,   it   seems   to   apply   also   to   a   particular   person   in   different circumstances   of   place   and   time.








  The   optical   approximate   calculation,   of   the   distance   by   the   observer   of   an unknown   bright   shape,   is  only   possible   if   there   are   points   of   reference.  

  That   is   if   the   bright   shape   overlaps,   or   is   half-hidden   towards   the   objects   whose   distance   is   known.

  After   studying   over   1000   photographs   of   bright   spheres   ( orbs ),   I   observed   orbs half-hidden   behind   nearby   objects,   that   were   situated   at   close   distance,   like   houses,   trees,   etc.   ( See   the   photos ),   but   they   were   never   captured   behind  distant   ones   ( like   hills   or   mountains ).

  Therefore   conclude   that   the   sum   of   orbs   captured   by   a   camera is   found   at   a   distance   of   tens   of   meters    from   the   photographer. 

  The   largest   distance   that   the   orbs   can   be   captured   in   camera,  seems   to  be affected   by   the   brightness   of   the   camera's   flash,   by   the brightness  of   the   orbs  themselves,   by   the   brightness   of   the  atmosphere,    by   the   atmospheric   moisture,   and   other   factors   that   may   affect   this   distance,   or   the   concept   of   distance.


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2.   SHAPE.






   When   we   study   the   pictures   of   these   bright   spheres,   it   is   easy   to   infer   that calling   these   bright   shapes   ‘ spheres '   ( orbs ),   does   not   correspond   to   reality,   for   the   following   reasons.

   a).   A   round   bright   shape   is   not   necessarily   a   sphere   but   can   also   be   a   disk,   a   lens,   a   hemisphere,   e.t.c.   This   reason   is   partly   valid.   It   is   true   that   some   bright   shapes   can   be   perceived   as   a   hemisphere   or   a   quadrant   of   a   sphere,   while   the   shapes   of   the   disc   and   the   lens   one   ( without   being   completely   excluded )   should   be   captured   by   another   angle   as   well,   although   this   cannot   happen.   Moreover,   the   shadows   of   some   round   bright   shapes   appear  to   be   spheres.

   b).   The   second   reason   their   name   is   given   arbitrarily   is   proved   valid.   That   is,   not   all   bright   shapes   that   are   captured   by   a   camera   are   round,   but   they   can   also   have   the   shape   of   a   circle,   a   polygon,   a   rod,   a   toroid   or   even   an   irregular   shape.

   In   reality,   the   bright   spheres   can   have   any   shape.






  We   call   lights   orbs,   lights   forms,   that   appear   in photographs,   without   most  of   the   time   to   have   become   visible   in   natural   vision.   We   call   orbs  lights   forms,   that   presented   a   perfect   circular   shape.

  We   also   distinguish   them,   in   seemingly   immobile   and   moving.

  We   are   call   them   seemingly   immobile,   for   perhaps   these   light   forms   are   moving   slowly.   We   also   call   moving,   the   light   forms   with   an   elongated   bright   trace.   

  All   light   spheres   they   are   surrounded   by   a   perimeter   luminescence,   in   which   there   are   concentric   light   housings,   seperated   by   relatively   dark   zones. ( Picture   1. ) 

  Moving   towards   the   interior   of   the   sphere,   the   light   housings   and   the   intermediate   zones,   become   thinner   and   more   inconspicuous   as   they   are   confused   with   overlying   light   structures.   Usually   two   to   four   concentric   light   housings   are   clearly   distinguished. 

  Light   housings   can  not   be   distinguished   in   light   spheres   of   exceptional   brilliance,   as  well   as   in   intense   moving   ones. ( With   a   great   luminous   trace ).

  Light   spheres   of   high   brightness   are   surrounded   by   a   blue-red   luminescence.   The   red   color   always   appears   in   the   part    of   the   perimeter   that   facing   the   inside   of   the   photo,   while   the   blue   is   in   the   periphery   of  the   photo. ( Picture   2. ).

  They   follow   photos   of   motionless   and   moving   liht   spheres.













  We   call   spheroids   lights   forms,   whose   perimeter,   consists   of   two   circular arcs   :   a   larger   and   a   smaller   one. 

  All   the   properties   of   lights   orbs,   are   also   presented   on   spheroids.

The  spheroids,   however,   have   an   extra   remarkable   property   :

  The   large   arc  of  the   perimeter   is   always   focused  on   the   inside   of  photography,   whil  the   small   bow  to   the  periphery   oh   photography. ( Picture   2. ).

  Therefore,   in   the   blue-red   spheroids   the   red   color   always   appears   in   the  large   bow   and   the   blue   in   the   small.

  Perhaps   the   shape   of   the   spheroid   is   due   to   the   interaction  of  the  light   spheres   with   the   light   of   the   camera.   If   this   is   the   case,   obviously   this   interaction   does   not   happen   everywhere,   otherwise  they  would   not   co-exist   spheroids   and  spheres. 













Some   orbs   have   dark   areas,   resembling   holes,   cracks   or   marks.














D.   ORBS   WITH   VARIOUS   SHAPES.        

  The   following   pictures   show   bright   balls   of   various   shapes,   such   as   polygonal   or  irregular.
  The   Φ42   distinguished   a   bright   form   that   resembles   a   cylindrical   torus,   which   appears   in   front   of   a   bright   rod.
  The   Φ42a   is   the   electronic   processing   of   the   Φ42   which   makes   it   more   conspicuous.













  Some   lights   orbs   have   elongated   protrusions   resembling   channels .

  In   some   photos,   the   channels   are   distinguished,   with   the   usual   structure  of   bright   spheres,   while   in   others,   the   usual   structure   is   not   distinct,   and  lights   orbs   are   presented   like   tangled   balls   of   wool.

  In   these   photos,   the   whole   site   seems   full   of   channels,   and   lights   orbs, are   just   the   brightest   areas   of   this   space.

  There   is   strong   evidence   that   all   the   light   orbs,   flying   channels.

  If   this   is   true,   then   the   names   :   '' orbs ''   or   '' spheroids ''   are   inaccurate  for   these   bright   forms,   whose   exact   name   is   :   symvolometronia.

   Συμβολομετρόνιο   είναι   το   οντικό   μέτρο   μίας   συμβολής   νοών.






The   following   pictures,   is   arranged   in   vertical   pairs.   In   the   upper   photo   of   the   couple   shows   an  enlargement   of   the   original   image,   while   the   bottom,   shows   an   electronic   processing,   that   makes   it  more   conspicuous .









3.    ORBS   WITH   FACES.

  To   distinguish   human,   humanoid   or   monstrous   faces   in   orbs   is   easy,   if   you   look carefully.
  In   some   cases   the   faces   is   very   distinctly,   as   in   some   from   these   photos,   and   in the   following.




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