TOM T. MOORE
Perhaps you’ve seen photos from your friends or in this magazine of orbs. Some are quite simple, appearing like a thousand light bulbs suspended in the air. Others are quite complex, with intricate designs and shapes. So what are “orbs?” You’ll be intrigued by the answers I received in my meditations.
Orbs are spirits in many different forms. They are energy with consciousness. Their energy is just above the human eye spectrum, which is why they normally can only be seen in photographs. Few humans have the ability to see them with their naked eyes. They cannot be touched—your hand would go right through them.
Let’s begin with the more complex orbs. These are guides and more advanced souls. They can be round with intricate designs, which denote how advanced the soul fragment is. They can change shape to hexagonal, with one flat side, or even a smiley face to show off for the camera. They can be the size of a soft ball or the size of a basketball. They can be different colors to denote how many lives on earth they’ve lived. They appear flat when photographed, but are actually balls of energy.
They can be guides for humans, and the same orbs are often seen in photos taken of the same person. Others are simply photographed as they move from one location to another, interacting with each other, should they wish. And to answer an obvious question, these orbs are not souls transitioning after death, although a fragment of the soul fragment may remain and become one of your guides for learning purposes. Only one percent of the orbs are guides.
Then what are the other 99% of the orbs we see in photographs? Most are the soul fragments of dogs, cats, birds, insects, and other animals, which have just finished an earth life and are being guided through energy tubes by human soul orbs. The human soul fragment orbs gain knowledge through doing this service. The dog and cat orbs, as an example, are shepherded to what are termed, “staging areas,” where their group souls assign them to their next earth mother. They spend little time in spirit form before their next life. Keep this in mind when your beloved cat or dog or other pet dies, you can say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for my (beloved pet’s name) to return to us, thank you!” Most of the time you’ll be granted your wish through the assistance of your own guardian angel.
There are separate staging areas for dogs, for cats, birds, insects, etc., and these staging areas are set up both energetically and geographically. As an example, there could be several staging areas for dogs in a densely populated region such as the East Coast, but few in a lightly populated region such as Montana. These staging areas are where literally thousands of orbs can be seen in photos.
In the future I’m told, someone will take the photos of the complex orbs and will blow up the photos and start comparing what is the same and what are the differences between orbs. They will then begin to unlock the secrets of the orbs. I could also see people mapping these staging areas and other people charging a small fee for people to come onto their property and spend the evening photographing thousands of orbs as they move through their area.
If you wish to experiment with this yourself, gather two or three friends together one evening and say out loud, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for our guides to show themselves in these photographs, thank you!” Choose a dark area, which will provide a good contrast to the orb images and then take some photos. Who knows, you might be in the middle of a staging area, but at the very least you may view your guides. Have fun!
Tom T. Moore is an author and speaker. His books include THE GENTLE WAY series, plus FIRST CONTACT: Conversations with an ET and ATLANTIS & LEMURIA: The Lost Continents Revealed. He was voted "Best Self-Help Author" for the past three years by the readers of a health magazine. He is a telepath and answers questions sent to him from all over the world in his weekly newsletter, which can be subscribed to at www.thegentlewaybook.com.