Measuring the aura with ‘UTS’
1. The purpose of studying
the spiritual uniqueness of the samples in the
experiment using scientific instruments or technology
To understand the extent of positive vibrations in an object (an object, a premises, an animal and an individual) and to find out whether the object is sattvik or not and whether it is beneficial spiritually, it is necessary to have subtle perception ability. Saints of a high spiritual level have this ability and hence, can correctly identify the subtle vibrations in every object. Devotees and seekers have faith in every word of a Saint; they consider it to be final testimony. However, ‘rationalists’ do not have faith in words, they ask for proof. Only when an aspect is proved through scientific analysis, meaning, proved using an instrument, they believe in it.
2. Introduction to ‘UTS’
This instrument is also known as an ‘aura scanner’. By using this instrument, the energy and the aura of an object (an object, a premises, an animal and an individual) can be measured. This was developed in 2005 by Dr. Mannem Murthy, a former nuclear scientist of Bhagyanagar, Telangana. He says that the ‘UTS’ can be used for identifying obstacles in a premises, medical science, animal husbandry, Vedic science etc.
(For more information on ‘UTS’ please visit : www.vedicauraenergy.com/universal-scanner)
3. Various components of the scientific
experiment conducted with the instrument and description
3A. Negative energy : This energy is harmful. It is basically of the following two types.
3A 1. Infrared : Under this, ‘infrared’ energy emitted by an object is measured by placing a ‘-IR’ sample in the scanner.
3A 2. Ultraviolet : Under this, the ‘ultraviolet’ energy emitted by an object is measured by placing a ‘-UV’ sample in the scanner.
3B. Positive energy : This energy is beneficial. To measure it, a sample of ‘+ve’ energy is placed in the scanner.
3C. Measuring the aura of an object using the ‘UTS’ : To measure the aura of an object, a sample that has maximum vibrations of the object is taken; for example, when the aura of an individual is to be measured, the individual’s saliva or a photo; for an inanimate object, a picture; for a plant, its leaf; for an animal, its hair; for a premises, its mud or dust; in case of a Deity’s Idol, sandalwood paste, shendur (An orange powder used in rituals) etc. applied to the Deity’s Idol.
4. Method of taking readings using ‘UTS’
Infrared, ultraviolet and positive energy of the object under consideration is measured sequentially during the experiment. The samples required to measure these energies are given along with ‘UTS’. After the abovementioned three readings, the aura of the object under consideration is measured and for these readings samples as mentioned in ‘Point 3C’ are used.
First, an object emitting infrared energy is placed in the ‘UTS’. Then, the individual conducting the experiment holds the scanner in a specific manner and stands about a foot away from the object under experiment. At this time, the angle between the two arms of the scanner shows the extent of infrared energy in the object. For example, if the arms of the scanner form an 180° angle, it means that the object is replete with infrared energy; if the arms do not open at all (meaning, the angle is 0°), it means that there is no infrared energy at all in it.
If the arms open at 180°, move away from the object and note the distance till which this angle remains steady. This distance is the extent of the object’s aura.
If the arms of the scanner open at an angle less than 180°, it implies that there is no infrared aura around the object. Similarly, auras of ultraviolet energy, positive energy and specific vibrations in the object are measured.
5. Precautions taken for consistency in the readings
A. The individual handling the instrument was not suffering from any spiritual distress (meaning, he had no negative vibrations).
B. The individual handling the instrument wore white clothes so that their colour does not affect the experiment.