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Photon Attraction via Effective Magnetic Field Generation
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.
The lumokinetic influence resulting in the generation of a light source, a semi-commonly reported skill of experients of lumokinetic phenomena, is hypothetically possible via the influence of photon propagation via an experient-generated, artificial, effective magnetic field as to attract photons, but there is little known in regards to how this works.
This photon attraction would hypothetically be the result of a uniformly rotating optical lattice (formed by the interference of counter-propagating light waves, whereby creating a spatially periodic polarization pattern with the potential to trap neutral particles).
In this scenario, light would behave as a massive quantum particle in a magnetic field. This would involve the photonic quasiparticles called polaritons, which can be thought of as a combination of a real particle and its surrounding environment, as these polaritons are a superposition of photonic and atomic excitations in the surrounding space.
Such a hypothesis could resolve the paradox of photon attraction via magnetic field-like interaction, as unlike electrons, photons do not have a natural magnetic moment because they have no charge.
(Adapted from the paper "Manual of Lumokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)