Ignatov, I., Mosin, O. V., Niggli, H., Drossinakis,
Ch. (2014) Evaluating of Possible Methods and Approaches for Registering of
Electromagnetic Waves Emitted from the Human Body, Advances in Physics
Theories and Applications, Vol. 30, pp. 15-33.

Prof. Ignatov’s Method for Color Coronal Spectral Analysis*

Prof. Ignat Ignatov
Sofia, Bulgaria, 2007

Prof. Ignatov’s Method for Color Coronal Spectral Analysis

Prof. Marinov’s opinion of the color coronal effect

"In the coronal effect, which is a high-frequency electric discharge in gas, the color of light depends only on gas. It does not depend on the electrodes. It is apparent that the color coronal glow carries biological information from the object itself. The observed phenomenon cannot be described and explained from the point of view of the modern physical notions for the color of the light of gas discharge. The fact that different colors are being observed, apparently confirms the opportunity for selective influence on the researched object. The methodic and the results of Prof. Ignat Ignatov are a novelty, because local energy states of the researched object are displayed depending on the colors in his electric image. This, as a fact, presents new possibilities for the research and characterization of the qualities and properties in a biological and physical aspect of the object. New opportunities are found for the characterization of the biological properties of objects after a certain influence. Prof. Ignatov’s methodic for Color coronal spectral analysis can be defined. New notions for color vision are possible to be discovered. It is not clear whether the green color that we see is an averaged effect between the yellow and the blue color, or in some cases it corresponds to a wave length corresponding to the green color of the spectrum (Marinov, Ignatov, 2008)"

The coronal glow is connected to the biophysical state of the human being. The lowest energy is 1,82 eV – the red color of the spectrum, and the highest is the blue – 2,64 and the violet - 3,03 eV.

Kirlian spectrum

Energy of separated photons of coronal glow

This method is the only one in the world that registers all spectral colors – from red to violet.

kirlian kirlian
Coronal photography
Valentina Tomova
Device for coronal discharge
(Eng. Stoyanov, Prof. Ignatov)

Coronal photographies - gallery

Digital Kirlian Photography of water samples
Digital coronal Photography
of water samples©:
1 drop - tap water,
2 mountain water drop,
Teteven, Bulgaria,
3 drop - seawater,
Hammamet, Tunisia,
4 drop - karst and mineral water,
Zlatna Panega, Bulgaria,;
Prof. Ignatov©, Yatsevich©, 2010
Kirlian Photography of water samples on photographic film
Coronal Photography of
water samples on photographic film©:
1 drop - tap water,
2 mountain water drop,
Teteven, Bulgaria,
3 drop - seawater,
Hammamet, Tunisia,
4 drop - karst and mineral water,
Zlatna Panega, Bulgaria,;
Prof. Ignatov©, Yatsevich©, 2010

In 2010 Prof. Ignatov managed to conduct an exceptionally precise experiment. Color coronal (electric) images.

The photographing of the coronal spectrum is one of the physical methods in which the image has a much better quality on photographic film, regarding digital methods or Polaroid. The experiment shows that for different water a different electric images are obtained (Prof. Ignatov, 2010).


More info:

Coronal Effect in the Study of the Properties of Water, Author Oleg Mosin, Doctor in Chemistry

* Aura is phenomenon in optics in which there is observation of halo (light circle) around the object. Aura is phenomenon in which gas surrounding an object luminance or reflects from the object. Kirlian aura is glow of electro discharge at the surface of objects. (source Wikipedia)


Prof. Ignat Ignatov states his disagreement with the application of the pseudo-scientific “Aura camera” research. Prof. Marin Marinov himself points out: "Because of the fact that the image is not centered, an unreal image is observed.” The aura has a very weak biophoton emission and is not observed in daylight. Research is conducted by people without any academic qualifications and there is no positive review by a scientist.

aura - Aleksi Simeonov
aura - Aleksi Simeonov,
photo “24 chassa”
Nikolova, Dr. Ignatov, Drossinakis, Chalkida, 2010
Nikolova, prof. Ignatov, Drossinakis,
Chalkida, 2010

The displayed aura of the hand of Aleksi Simeonov is an optical effect of light refraction. There is also an orb effect. This effect most often causes spherical spots in photography. The effect is always observed when a flash light is used. When the focus is at distance, small drops and specks of dust are illuminated and look in an interesting way. There is even an orb effect of small insects that look like “alien” intelligence.