The Double Attraction Picture

Alain Masson developed a photography technique that allows capturing, in a normal film roll, the light existing on the other space-time (the light from light). Pictures taken through this technique are named AD pictures (double attraction) (Alain Masson, Souffle de Lumière).

The light from light, captured in the AD pictures, is a light that does not obey optical rules; it crosses the matter and has a regenerator effect on the human being, stimulating the self-healing abilities.

One way to demonstrate the existence of the light from light and its ability to cross matter is to take AD pictures, with and without the lens cap and within the same conditions (with the same camera, the same moment, at the same speed and without moving the camera from its location).

According to optical rules, pictures taken with the lens cap, when developed, should be completely dark as the cap does not allow any light to impact the photographic emulsion. However, a AD picture taken with the lens cap shows colours and shapes, which proves the existence of a type of light; which is able to cross matter (the lens cap) and leave a print in the film roll.

In the AD picture taken without the lens cap, appears not only the images that would appear in a normal picture but it also appears colours and shapes, which are not noticeable to the human eye but are captured through this photography technique.

Through this small experience, we can verify there are two types of light surrounding us: one that is able to go across matter and leave a mark in the film roll, the light from light; and another type which is not able cross the matter, but it is able to leave a print in the film roll, the light of this space-time.

The light from light, captured in the AD pictures, has regenerating effects on the human being, stimulating the self-healing abilities.

The memories, mentioned above, despite being part of the other space-time, appear in the human body in the shape of spots. These spots, which have started to be observed with practise, are immaterial areas.

When we make the light from light touch these areas, memories are treated by resonance and disappear. This way, the self-healing mechanisms begin to function.