Using JAK2000, an organism’s state of energy is photographed. The basic principle was developed in the 1940s and was called high voltage photography or electrography. All matter emit a glow under exposure of a high-voltage field. By photographing for example hands or feet at different occasions and then comparing the colours of this energy field, it has been found that the light is affected by a person’s physical and mental state.
How does it work?
The hand/foot is placed on a glass surface where it is exposed to a harmless high-voltage field. The electrons are accelerated in the high-voltage field, which gives rise to a glow around the object.
JAK2000 is an advanced instrument that shows a blueprint, i.e. an overall image of the glow. The use of a blueprint makes this instrument more advanced compared to so called aura cameras.