Does the soul exists? According to Dr. Konstantin G. Korotkov, a Russian scientist, the soul does exist and he has evidence showing that there is something beyond death. You can read more about his discoveries at Korotkov.org.
The idea that there is a soul has been part of the human culture for millennia. Most people believe there is a soul, but there are some who believe the soul does not exist. Will there ever be concrete evidence proving that the soul exists? I believe one day someone will invent a technology that can prove the existence of the soul. Until that happens, we can only look at the effects of the soul. Trying to prove the existence of the soul is similar to proving the existence of gravity. You cannot directly see gravity, but you know it exists due to the fact that you can feel or see its effects.
As described at FoxCrawl.com.
The amazing moment of a soul separating from the body has reportedly been captured by a Russian researcher.
The Russian scientist claims to have achieved the impossible by photographing a soul that leaves the body of a dying person. Konstantin Korotkov observed the event by means of a special shooting method: he made use of a bioelectrography camera which images an object by a gas discharge technique.
Korotkov’s method is similar to Kirlian photography which captures the “life energy” of a human. It seems that during the death instance, the “soul”, which is shown in the pictures by a blue color, leaves the head first, and finally the heart.
The following short video does a good job of trying to convince you that the soul is real. From study energy mechanics, I know that the concept of the soul is real, because when you break matter down to its fundamentals, it is made of only energy. However, I do sense that this video contains some misleading information about the soul. For this reason, I advise using your intuition to help you discern the information in this video.
Scientist Photographs Soul Leaving Body
The short video below does a good job interviewing Dr. Korotkov. In this video, Dr. Korotkov talks about how his Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technology, which is based on an electrographic process called Kirlian photography, is being used in the medical industry.
Dr. Konstantin Korotkov: Seeing the Unseen With Electrophotonics (1/3)