This book should be an inspiration to all parapsychologists. He stays completely in the realm of science careful not to sway the audience. His main acheivement is proving the existence of the Aura. Yet, he goes further trying to find applications to his discovery. He surveys some people to get a general idea of the norm conditions of a healthy person. He also tries looking at a few sick people to see if the physical can cause auric effects. He asks his readers if they can continue investigating his findings by providing the screens neccessary for auric sight. Yet, the screens aren't provided any more which makes this book its only flaw. That, however, does not sway my decision about this book being one of the greatest science books written and any laymen can follow without any problems understanding. He doesn't get the recognition he deserves. One of the greatest parapsychologists ever.