Guys, 99 percent of the time, orbs are not paranormal. The end. Quit looking at mundane things that can be explained by science/nature and overreaching to make them paranormal. It’s already out there — plenty of it — but orbs in photos taken outside? No…it’s dust, insect, weather-related, lens flare, etc.
I just received another email with photos taken outside with orbs…and no, they weren’t paranormal. I feel bad when I have to write back and tell the sender such things, but it’s better to educate than perpetuate an untruth.
So-called faces you see in orbs (or visions of the Mother Mary in toast, for example) are the result of visual matrixing, or what’s called pareidolia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia).
For those of you who don’t know, I am the founder of Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.). Paul & I are the team leads. We have about 8 years of investigating the paranormal under our belts (as of this October) and we’ve run across more fascinating/weird experiences than you can shake a stick at. We are open-minded, but believe in trying to first explain things by mundane means, when possible. Anyway, I hope you’ll read on.
As an FYI, we are on hiatus and are not booking investigations until further notice. After going hard at it for many years, we needed a bit of a break (’cause we’re HUMAN!) ;-)
If you have any questions, feel free to comment here. Thanks!