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Bioluminescence and Biofluorescence in Animal-People and Nature

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Bioluminescence can take place in the ocean at various times and locations. When it occurs, the seawater sparkles with a magical glow that delights onlookers. Vibrant neon blue, green, and sometimes even red hues shimmer and sparkle. It’s said that large patches of bioluminescent ocean water can be seen from space. These vast expanses are called milky seas and produce a whitish glow. Firefly squid-people also glow through bioluminescence. Blue light is emitted through photophores, light-producing organs that cover their bodies. In eye-catching displays, comb jelly-citizens also display bioluminescent abilities. Also known as ctenophores, they evolved over 500 million years ago.

Let’s now explore the interesting phenomenon of biofluorescence. It’s been revealed that many mammal-folk have this trait. Surprisingly, southern flying squirrel-people have also been found to be biofluorescent. They shine a neon pink color that’s a joy to behold. The springhare-people, who resemble small kangaroo-individuals, have also been found to glow through the mechanism of biofluorescence. Porphyrins have been found in their hair. Other animal-folk who have the biofluorescence trait include Australian platypus- and wombat-people, and polar bear-, bilby-, and zebra-citizens, among many others. At this stage you may be wondering whether human beings emit any light.

Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) has kindly revealed some information about auras. “The aura is normally referred to as ‘the shining one.’ Like you have hundreds of watt-lights all around you. And different bright aura colors signify the different development inside, spiritually, of that person. And a person who is developed all around, she/he will have many colors of aura. Not just one color. Some people have like golden only. That’s fantastic already. Some people have white color. Some people have blue light around them. But some people don’t have that kind of aura. They have color around them. And each one also signifies some quality within that person. Like for example, many of the leaders in the world, those who are very ambitious and go-getting and fighty, they have yellow color. Deep lemon-yellow color. And then pure yellow. Light yellow, and then deep yellow when they’re ripe.”
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