I used to see peoples' auras all the time. I practiced. I tried to read them but never could. Just seeing them was enough. I dropped the activity. And it was only possible if the background was a plain wall. I noticed when they moved there was a delayed reaction as if you moved a lit candle the flame drags behind. But that's it.
I shouldn't have told you. I might get fired. And if I am fired then it will be because I am weird. I accept that. Here's how to do it. You stop looking directly at them and instead let your eyes go out of focus. The exact same way as those old magic pictures. Exactly. It frees your eyeballs and lets your brain take over and do whatever it does.
I noticed the lawyers I knew back then couldn't do this. They couldn't see what's inside the magic pictures. It was most frustrating for them. They insisted the whole thing is fake. For us too because their frustration is contagious. They simply could not let their eyes go out of focus and allow them to drift back and forth until an edge caught, then follow the edge and another picture appears. Didn't they ever touch their index fingers in front of their face, relax their eyes and allow their focus to turn off and drift until a third finger appeared between them even though their fingers are touching? Didn't they ever just idly mind fuck themselves? What's wrong with them? Must they be sharply focused all the time. Gawl!
Then that made me look up magic pictures in images. And they are the stupidest things. Honestly, they're the worst magic pictures I've ever seen. The whole lot of them are. A page full of bad examples.
My dentist had a great one. It was an entire scene of a port town. His doped up patients had the best chance of seeing the picture. The little houses along the shore, boats, fishermen, people all around, the whole bit. But these in Google images are all crap. Just stupid words spelled out going back in perspective then returning to front. A sphere with smaller spheres like Jupiter and its moons, but with a disc shoved through the large sphere. Things that don't make sense and aren't worth the trouble. No satisfaction at all. Just infantile novelty.
And then this one. I allowed my eyes to drift in front of the picture and then behind the picture. You really don't know where to focus, so just let your eyes relax and let the whole thing go until an edge appears and latch onto that.
As soon as the bird appeared I actually heard the sound "ah" in my ears. A physical sound that is not there. It is a bird in the Egyptian style. It is an hieroglyphic bird, Egyptian eagle exactly. It stands for "A." Except that its layers are cut imperfectly so that it appears as much like a crow. The wing in front, the head and breast and first leg second middle layer, the second leg bottom portion of its body the third and bottom of the stack of layers forming the bird. It is a stack of three layers forming a bird in the same printed pattern as the background. The eye is too big, a hole made with a hole puncher and that's what makes it look like a crow, plus the beak is wrong. Still, it is clearly in the Egyptian style. Yes, this is trying to be an Egyptian eagle but rendered as much like a crow.
Finally, something worthwhile. Except still particularly simple, as all of them are. ALL of them.
Where did this come from anyway? Oh! Ha ha ha, back on the search page it says Neferchichi's Tomb at neferchichi.com. There you go, I was right. It is Egyptian. How about that? I chanced upon an interest of mine.
I think the original one here might work better. I don't know. And it helps if you fill the screen to eliminate white border. You can scroll up and down and still hold onto the eagle.
Yeah, the beak and the eye are all wrong. This is what it should look like (with a small stern eye). It does not have a hooked beak as our eagles do. But it doesn't have a crow's beak either. Nor a big round eye. But what the heck. This is the best magic picture I saw in results. This is the most fun of all of them. Simple as it is.
That was fun. So I went to the page, Neferchichi.com (nefer means "beautiful" I don't know what chichi means ) to see what's going on.
The first tan magic picture titled, "What's buried in the desert sand?" is band with the eye of Horus. Another disappointingly simple reveal. What a dumb thing to bury in sand. Should have been a funerary boat. That would have been good. Because they really did find one in the sand, a huge one.
This Egyptian eagle "ah" sound is second. The best of the lot.
The third one with papyrus design, "Anything on this blank papyrus scroll?" Is three triangles, arranged as the Giza pyramids outside of Cairo. But no sphinx. Disappointing.
The last one, "What else is written on this wall?" is a simple round cartouche, a circle with a bar on the bottom. Cartouches are never circles, they're always ovals. Disappointing, no pharaoh's name inside it. That would could have been fun, figuring out the pharaoh's name, but no, it's just an empty underlined "O."
What a let down.
Go ahead and fire me, see if I care. I'll tell everyone I was persecuted for looking at magic pictures.