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Daniel Nemes became interested in astronomy at 14 years old. Today, he is an inventor and scientist from Spain who resides in Columbia.
Nemes developed an instrument that he believes can capture images of multidimensional entities. He calls it “Energivision”.
“Energivision” is a method used to capture images of multidimensional entities using special lenses combined with natural sunlight. Nemes believes what he uses is far more superior than infrared, ultraviolet and black light.
Nemes interest in the technology peaked after he read an article in a magazine that focused on dark matter of the universe. His idea of creating the technology, through optical experiments and mathematical calculations, allows him to take photographs of multidimensional beings.
Nemes explains that the image reveals entities from other planes.
Multidimensional planes occupy the same space as we do. Each plane creates and perceives its own reality. These planes exist on a different vibration and level of consciousness than we do which is why we can’t see them.
Is it possible that Nemes found a way to get a glimpse into these other planes?
Nemes claims the media and scientific world has rejected his invention. He has on multiple occasions tried to bring “Energivision” to the awareness of the scientific community but without success.
The technology has not been exposed according to Nemes. This is due to his fear that NASA and other organizations will try to take his invention.
Since 2015, Nemes has become very active on facebook and has posted over 1000 photos on his page of what he claims to be multidimensional beings. In the past, Nemes was constantly ridiculed for his images. Today, the page holds more than 111,000 followers.