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Biophoton Emission During Injury
Lumokinesis is the psychical influence of the electromagnetic spectrum including visible light and part of the near-infrared range.
Influence includes any form of electromagnetic radiation capable of causing a direct visual sensation directly within wavelengths of 380-950 nanometers whether wavelengths are pure or mixed.
A common side effect of injury and illness in regards to experients of lumokinetic phenomena is biophoton emission. Biophoton emission pertains to weak and ultra weak photon emission (weak electromagnetic radiation) from the body, typically the hands, due to a chemical reaction.
While biophoton emission in the ultra weak range appears to be a normal human chemical reaction, experients of lumokinesis can consciously and subconsciously amplify the light emissions.
When an experient is injured, the injured cells are put under higher amounts of oxidative stress of which is the source of the biophoton emission.
Ultra weak biophoton emissions are only detectable via sensitive photomultiplier tubes and associated electronic equipment. On the other hand, experients often reach emissions of heightened amplification detectable via light meters designed to detect low light sources.
(Adapted from the paper "Manual of Lumokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)