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Halo's or auras?

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In many catholic pictures such as this one...

The saints appear with orbs of light around their heads. They are not angels, correct? So are we seeing the first depictions of a persons aura or chakra, energy emenating from the crown or spiritual chakra? How do you interpret these kinds of pictures?

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lol

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The mind sees what it wants to... people will perceive this in dif ways im sure...

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It is the Aura or Chakra, inner light of spiritual being emitting from the body.

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Aura!

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I don't. I just look and move on.

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I beleive it's meant to represent divine light.

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I think this is just someone clowning around, as a persons aura looks nothing like they've got gongs behind their heads.
And chakras are completely different things entirely.

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Its suppose to be a halo, but I very much like the explanation given in Celestine Prophecy, which discusses tapping into life force, so I would lean more towards auras/engery/life force.

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It's the artist trying to make a point.

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I personally interpret those pictures as the saints having auras...since a golden aura depicts spirituality...

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They are probably related to the sun god.
They appear in paintings of Tammuz and Semiramis - sun god again? In depictions of saints, I suppose they represent God's special favor.

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