High voltage syndrome part2:
There was a weird case of the “Luminous Woman of Pirano” (a tiny town in what is now Slovenia, on the Adriatic Sea). Anna Morano, aged 42, was an asthma patient.
Over a period of several weeks, whenever she slept, a blue glow would be emitted from her breasts.
Dr. Protti from Padua University and a team of five other medical specialists kept a vigil at her bedside and witnessed the amazing phenomenon first hand, taking measurements and some cine film.
Their work demonstrated that the subject doubled her heartbeat and respiratory rate during the brief minutes when the strange glow shone through her body.
It was proposed that her sweating caused a luminous bacterium to glow but reports were very clear, her sweating and breathlessness came after the light.
None of the experts had any truly credible explanation for what was observed. Perhaps the best theory was that her weakened condition, due to religious zeal and fasting, increased the sulfides on her blood, which would be capable of glowing in ultraviolet light.
Where the ultraviolet light came from
still remains a mystery.
The effect disappeared after a few weeks and the woman was none the worse for her “affliction”.
Harry Wood Carrington tells of a child who died of acute indigestion.
As neighbors prepared the shroud they noticed the body surrounded by a blue glow and radiating heat.
The body appeared to be on fire; efforts to extinguish the luminescence failed, but eventually it faded away. Gould and Pyle in their monumental Anomalies And Curiosities Of Medicine (1896) tell of a woman with cancer of the breast: the light from her body could illuminate the hands of a watch several feet away. @deaner_the_emceer #bioluminescent#luminous#electric#static#shock#energy#phenomenon#supernatural#chi#qi#waves #electricity#highvoltage #light#uv#uvlight #love#zapping #people