Saturday, January 20, 2018
This blog post features an intriguing phenomenon that you may or may not have heard about, the "Marfa lights."
The Marfa lights are mysterious colorful glowing moving lights that can be seen near the town of Marfa, Texas. The reason they are so mysterious is because no one knows exactly what they are. They have also been called "ghost lights," but some people think they might be UFOs or simply something as mundane as car lights. They were first reported in the 1800s.
I first became aware of the Marfa lights a couple of years ago when I watched a television show which featured them. I thought the lights were fascinating. In fact, I wish I could see them with my own eyes, but alas, Greg and I live in Tennessee, not in Texas.
However, I'm not worried, since it appears that the lights have come to us here in Tennessee!
That brings me to a special photo which I took (below) that has mysterious orange spheres that are similar to the ones in Texas. (The Texas ones are often orange, as well as white, red, green, or blue.) I have nicknamed the ones in my photo "The Tennessee Marfa Lights," after their distant cousins in Texas since I immediately thought of the "Marfa lights" when I saw this photo.
Just like the lights in Texas, these, too, are mysterious. At first, I thought they might be orbs, but they don't really look like the usual orbs. They might just be a form of ectoplasm. If there are any psychics out there reading this post, please let me know what you think these balls are, and why they are there. If you do, I'll publish your answer on this blog.
I have a gift of being able to take paranormal photos, but as far as interpreting them, I can only guess. I leave that to the psychics who give readings.
If you'd like to see photos of the "Marfa lights," just do an Internet search for the lights. They are also on Youtube.
For more about the paranormal, check out my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind," which is now available in paperback or as a kindle download on Amazon.
Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, February 17, 2018, Becky