In 1911 Walter John Kilner published one of the first western medical studies of the "Human Atmosphere" or Aura, proposing its existence, nature and possible use in medical diagnosis and prognosis. Glass slides or "Kilner Screens" containing alcoholic solutions of variously coloured dyes, including a blue dye called "dicyanin" (probably "Dicyanine A"), were used as filters in "Kilner Goggles" which, together with lights, were held to train the eyes to perceive electromagnetic radiation outside the normal spectrum of visible light. After being so trained, one could dispense with the apparatus. Kilner did not recommend merely viewing the subject through these lenses.
According to his study, Kilner and his associates were able, on many occasions, to perceive auric formations, which he called the Etheric Double, the Inner Aura and the Outer Aura, extending several inches from patients' naked bodies.
After heavy analysis of the color properties of Dicyanin, we've managed to incorporate this exciting (virtually unexplored) technology into our Aura Goggles. Our goggles are constructed out of sturdy plastic frames with real lenses. When used, viewers can see the human aura, and even how it lags behind the physical body. The following photograph has been manipulated to show what a typical aura viewing session looks like while wearing the goggles.