Colours & Frequency
What is colour? Colour is a wave travelling through space which are measured in nanometres, nm. Our eyes register different colours depending on the frequency of the wave. The visible light spectrum that the human eye can see, is part of the electromagnetic spectrum and its wavelengths range approximately from 380-760 nm.
Light is created by the Sun, which generates an electromagnetic spectrum of light made up of various frequencies and wavelengths of energy. Together these waves represent less than 5% of all matter. Within this 5%, only 2.3% is seen as visible white light. The soul spectrum refers to all the colours of our chakras that come together to form what is known as the light body or energy body. The light body is invisible to the human eye, yet can be felt through subtle touch. Visible light is created by bands of one colour of light or a spectrum of colours: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet.
Overlaying rays of coloured light reform into white light. Higher frequencies create invisible light known as ultraviolet or uber violet, meaning above violet. UVA and UVB rays are invisible to the naked eye, as well as X-rays and Gamma rays. Lower frequencies such as microwaves, radar, television and radio waves fall under what we call infrared or red. Heat is registered in this lower frequency as well. Black is the absence of light or is created by an overload of coloured light.
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