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I was talking to my optician buddy the other day and he is interested in knowing more about these glasses.

Does anyone happen to have the original op hanging around?
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I was talking to my optician buddy the other day and he is interested in knowing more about these glasses.

Does anyone happen to have the original op hanging around?

Not the op but the lenses need to be made out of blue cobalt and the frames need to be silver. The silver needs to be at least 'sterling' in purity.

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I was talking to my optician buddy the other day and he is interested in knowing more about these glasses.

Does anyone happen to have the original op hanging around?

Not the op but the lenses need to be made out of blue cobalt and the frames need to be silver. The silver needs to be at least 'sterling' in purity.

I thought it was blue quartz but cobalt would also work.

I just ran into this looking for an example.
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Definitely too pricey but its inspuribg to know a oerson can get ahold of a chunk that big and cut it to specs.
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I was planning on getting a pair made I even spoke to an optician but then covid lockdown hit and now I'm currently out of cashflow.

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Probably cobalt natually colors the quartz.
I guess my question is does it make a difference if the lens is naturally hewn or manufactured?
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Blue quartz is just f****** impossible to find Cobalt will work fine dicyanine would be preferable but again very difficult to locate

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Probably cobalt natually colors the quartz.
I guess my question is does it make a difference if the lens is naturally hewn or manufactured?

Not unless you were the one manufacturing it or someone incredibly esoterically powerful.
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Blue quartz is just f****** impossible to find Cobalt will work fine dicyanine would be preferable but again very difficult to locate

A fellow poster sent me the lenses, I just need to get the Silver frames.

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Given the name of the inventor,  Tom Beaucamp, i think you struck gold.

So what is the difference between an aura and the spider being? is my next question and also do the reptoid vampires have aura? Also a relevent question.
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A fellow poster sent me the lenses, I just need to get the Silver frames.

I still have a few pairs of those vintage cobalt lenses somewhere in my crafting area... I 'organized' during the lockdown and now I can't find them.   ::)
Anyone who would like a pair send me a PM and I'll mail them to you... providing I can figure out where I put them. :)

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What about those old vintage cobalt blue bottles?  Some of them have flat sides that a lens could be cut from.  Would that work?

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What about those old vintage cobalt blue bottles?  Some of them have flat sides that a lens could be cut from.  Would that work?

Old cobalt blue bottles were actually made using cobalt. The newer, more modern ones don't seem to follow that formula but I'm no sure. The little investigating I did showed that there was a period where authentic cobalt glass was in demand/a trend of sorts and was produced during that period but not so much anymore.

During those times there is the rare case that actual lenses made from cobalt were produced as well. I'm not sure what they were used for but a lot of them from those time periods are what most may call eccentric or 'trendy' (vintage) today.

The last sets of lenses made with actual cobalt and not just dyed that are welders glasses (which they now apparently take the cobalt out of at the end of production).

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I found this old lecture and thought it fit right into this thread well. 


SEEING THE AURA
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'Seeing the Aura' is a lecture compiled by Mr.J.J.Williamson of The Metaphysical Research Group (which is a section of The Society of Metaphysicians Ltd.) and was delivered at the Caxton Hall, London on May lst.1954 by Dr. R.Low at a meeting organised by the Association of Psychical Research Societies...
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1 Purpose.
Dr.Kilner.
Bagnall.
Pinacyanole.
The aura biometer.
Infra-red photography.
Dr.W.E. Benham.
2. Definition:
The purpose of this lecture is to discuss the general methods of viewing the human and other aurae by means similar to those developed by Dr.Kilner of St. Thomas' Hospital, London in 1920 and published in his book entitled, 'The Human Atmosphere'.* Few developments
have occured since that work apart perhaps, from the researches of Oscar Bagnall who checked some of Kilner's results and also, introduced
the newer aura dye known as pinacyanole bromide. Also, we wish to mention the use of a new aura biometer, which is a recently developed radiesthetic instrument with which one can measure some of the characteristics of the aura beyond visual detection. Reference red photography will be made. It is believed that the aura of a magnet has been photographed for the first time. The aura biometer is due to the patient work of Dr.W.E.Benham.

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Pinacyanole dye is still widely available.  It's used in labs and was (is?) used for film processing. 

It seems to be a red sensitive compound, so unless you get pinacyanole blue I don't think you'd be able to distinguish the dark blue aura of reptoids.   BUT, you'd be able to see auras, and see who doesn't have have one. 

I wouldn't be surprised if there was someone in this group who could make pinacyanole lenses. 


Both pinacyanole and dicyanine were discovered in 1904.  I can't pull up full copies of this article and book but both mention the Eastman Kodak Company. I have a sneaking suspicion this company is the reason dicayanine was eventually pulled off the shelf.  another fact... I'm not sure if it was in these books I skimmed through or another, but there was a line that said all photography chemicals were made in Germany until the war (World War 1).  After that, England started making chemicals, and THEN the US.  Germany seemed to be ahead of us in so many ways....

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Here's another interesting passage:

"When this sample of dicyanine was used with ammonia in the presence of enough alcohol to prevent flocculation, the sensitizing action was satisfactory.  The use of ammonia has the important advantage of extending the sensitiveness to longer wave lengths, as well as increasing the action of the dye at its maxima.  It is due to the use of ammonia that certain investigators have been able to photograph in the infra-red as far as 1000 u , while those who have not used ammonia with dicyanin have failed to photograph further than 800u."
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So dicyanine + ammonia lets you see more UV rays than dicyanine alone. Is that true of pinacyanole, too? 

If they were using dicyanine to develop motion picture film, as the film industry became more infiltrated with reptoids and the motion pictures became colorized, surely the film was able to pick up "oddities." Technicolor film came out in 1939, but most films didn't really get colorized until the 1950s.  Right around when dicyanine was banned. 



This is an interesting book about auras.  It's written in 1925.
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Here's some good links that are also not in this thread yet:

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What about those old vintage cobalt blue bottles?  Some of them have flat sides that a lens could be cut from.  Would that work?

Old cobalt blue bottles were actually made using cobalt. The newer, more modern ones don't seem to follow that formula but I'm no sure. The little investigating I did showed that there was a period where authentic cobalt glass was in demand/a trend of sorts and was produced during that period but not so much anymore.

During those times there is the rare case that actual lenses made from cobalt were produced as well. I'm not sure what they were used for but a lot of them from those time periods are what most may call eccentric or 'trendy' (vintage) today.

The last sets of lenses made with actual cobalt and not just dyed that are welders glasses (which they now apparently take the cobalt out of at the end of production).

Yeah, the natural quartz has cobalt inclusion as well, but rare.   Probably cheaper materials to do it with today.

 

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