I have another paranormal experience to share that occurred in Mt. Shasta – my favorite, magical location. In August of 2011, in the early afternoon, I was on a long hike on the Bunny Flat trail in Mt Shasta. The sun was out and the weather was a bit hot, as I started snapping pictures of the beautiful scenery with my new Sony Cyber-Shot digital camera.
Blue orbs appeared in some of the first photographs that I took. In order to figure out if the orbs were paranormal or a camera glitch, I took a series of new photographs in a short amount of time. I found out that whenever the sun hit the camera lens, a blue orb appeared in the picture.
Later that evening, while I was scanning though a few dozen photographs that I had taken and transferred to my computer, lo and behold, I saw a bright, white orb in the center of one of my photographs that appears to moving with a rainbow shooting out of it.
Scratching my head, I was wondering how this could occur in broad daylight.
Usually, one is lucky if they catch light orbs in pitch darkness. It’s even more difficult to photograph a light orb in broad daylight, outside, and in nature.
So, I analyzed the picture to see if the background was out of focus or another camera anomaly. It was not. See the two photos below; the second one is zoomed in on the orb.
My second paranormal photograph happened on the way back home from Mt. Shasta, when my boyfriend and I walked through the beautiful Muir Woods redwood forest in Marin County near San Francisco. The time was approximately 5:00 pm and there was plenty of daylight.
Many people were taking turns photographing the ancient redwoods and while waiting my turn, I quietly said out loud how thankful and grateful I was for the nature elementals who helped to create and maintain such a breathtaking, gorgeous place.
The feeling of walking among these old trees was magical and mysterious. I envisioned elves and fairies hiding from us humans, yet would come out at night after everyone left the park.
There was one particular tree that I really loved, so asked my boyfriend, Ross, to stand in front of it so that I could take a picture. The first picture came out slightly blurred and I was just about to delete it, when I saw another solid, bright, white orb near the left side of the tree a couple of feet above Ross’s head. See the photos below.
I laughed with joy because this was the second time in one week that I had caught a picture of an orb in the day time. I concluded that we are NOW able to see the other dimensions at all times. We no longer have to walk around in complete darkness to catch light energy orbs, because they are now visible both day and night.
My wish is that one day I will be able to see the true, divine form of orbs with my naked eye and not just spherical light through a digital camera.