What is it? Images The discovery

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Date: Fri, 23 May 1997 13:14:20-0800



Subject: hallucination



Dr. Harmond,

In an attempt to capture a Kirlian photograph of Norwood hallucinating, we captured the enclosed image. I am not sure of how to best read the resulting coloration. There seem to be fragments of facial imagery present in each of the distinctive colors present in the image.

I am unsure of the best way to explain the most prominent facial image, as it bears a striking resemblance to your own facial structure. This image seems to reveal less about the structure of Norwood's brain, and more about some degree of supernatural control that Norwood or his unconscious mind might have developed. It is interesting to note that this most wild of possibilities appears again in red. This seems to further confirm my assertion that red is a color that is associated with the imaginative process activated during hallucination. My greatest interest at this time is in deciphering the meaning behind your appearance in Norwood's kirlian hallucination, as well as finding a way of understanding the origins of the other facial features that seem to be present in the image.



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