Here is a disc diagram representing the electromagnetic spectrum indicating the visible range from red to violet, and the invisible range from ultraviolet through to infrared
The complementary color to green (V+) on the diagram is negative green (V-) and according to Chaumery and de Bélizal source energy, as yet undetectable by scientific means, is found in the V- part of the spectrum, between black and white ... do plants containing chlorophyl appear green because they have an affinity for negative green source energy ?
Blubird....This is science, not metaphysical...
Leaves appear green to us because green light is the only color they do not absorb from the visible sun spectrum...
Want to prove it? Try putting your green, leafy potted plant under all-green lighting, and watch it die right before your eyes...
There is no more to it than than that...
Once Barry Allen sees this answer, he will probably close the question...
answered 19 Feb '12, 15:10
I think this is good question & I like the way you think. Negative green is the spiritual energy of all plants & the opposite of green on the color spectrum (listening, Jai) . Negative green is a vibration; sort of like a radio wave which transmits sound. Aren't are prayers communicated via a combination of negative green, ultraviolet & gold rays? You said it was not scientifically proven? I thought it was? (the part about how prayers are transmitted; not where they go)
To answer your question; I don't think so for the simple reason all plants are not green. Negative green is invisable; so it could combine with red & blue light. Unless plants which are not green, are not connected to the Source.
ETA However I believe plants both absorb & emit negative green.
What Jaianniah says is correct. Doing a search on the net, most people (scientists and teachers) claim that the color of the leaves are the only wavelengths which does not get absorbed by the leaves and get reflected. So since green is the only color that does not get absorbed and reflected, that means all the other colors get absorbed .. including negative green.
answered 21 Feb '12, 10:52
Bluebird forget that chart. If you really want to see true complimentary color I'll tell you an ancient true way now.
Make seven cards, and make each card bight full of color. Each card is a plain solid color. In a bright light, stare at each card for one minute without moving, without distraction. Now when done look at a larger piece of pure white paper under that same bright light. You will see the complementary color that is on the spirit side.
By the way you will come to find you can make a circle of all the colors and trace each across from each other to their matches.
answered 21 Feb '12, 11:29
There are a lot of various viewpoints on this subject, here is yet another
the video corroborates that there is not yet a clearly defined scientific explanation ... scientist's do agree however that chlorophll in green plants absorb electromagnetic energy that is used by the plant, and that this electromagnetic energy is undetectable by scientific means.
The works of Chaumery and Bélizal clearly show that there is a whole range of subtle electromagnetic energies not yet detectable by scientific means, that are in resonance with the visible colors of the spectrum and this is why they were given names corresponding to visible colors ... they are in resonance exactly as different sounds can be in resonance.
The electromagnetic energies extend into a realm undetectable by scientific means ... "as above so below", there is interaction between matter and the harmonics of "colors" ... however let's always bear in mind that the physical energies are just one aspect, these energies are also living and spiritualized forces.
It would be reasonable to assume that green plants, attract and absorb the complementary vibration of green, that is, negative green ... it fits in perfectly with the law of attraction.
Here is an article that you may find interesting
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