“Colours”

The word colour here is used in a very specific sense. Rather than the electromagnetic frequency which is perceived by the eye, these colours represent definite divisions which categorize human behavioural patterns and tendencies so that those groups meet with a generally accepted system that allows the user an immediate understanding of the subject. Character analysis might be another way of expressing this notion, but with a far greater reach as these “colours” comprise the mental and spiritual aspects of the subject. Making way for an in-depth view into their psyche, who they are, and most importantly, their motivation in life.

So, colour is the word used here to express the overall projection of the individual person, their being and their way of fitting into the life picture. Naturally, a person changes, and the colour with it, but not in a haphazard manner from one day to the next, it is more a form of evolution, as when you decide to set out on a quest to fulfil a carefully planned objective. For example when you move away from the material “reality” and embark on an adventure that requires you to have an open approach to what you hear, see and feel, and discover there is a “spiritual” angle to the whole show. At the other end of the diapason, one might find individuals who are determined to acquire what they want, will stop at nothing in their ambition, and accept subservience to a force that is, they believe, able to deliver the object(s) of their desire.

The potential range of human behaviour within the parameters expressed above are vast, and that is the domain where “who R U?” comes into use. What is the true nature of the person I’m dealing with? Are they a tax-paying, respectable member of society, working for the benefit of society and family? Or, are they superficially benign, but power-hungry sex-fiendish psychopaths prepared to sacrifice whatever to accomplish their aim?

I would hasten to add that this has no relation to the “aura” as revealed by Dr. Walter Kilner, which, when applied by him, is an indication of the individual’s organic condition along the lines of thermography. And especially nothing to do with new age notions of colour.

The colour generally does not change during the life of an individual and can be detected from a photograph of a person, or from his or her name and date of birth, an item of clothing, or some other item even after physical death. Under certain circumstances, the colour can and does change during a person’s lifetime.

Obviously, humans are not the only beings that share this colour-frequency manifestation. Everything does, which is what the physicist school of radiesthesia picks up on. Water also contains this frequency, but it is more an indication of the water’s maturity, therefore quality.

These colours are closely related to the human makeup, an impression of their aggregate quality but not to be confused with the temporary emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical states, which would be determined by referring to the internal physical colour. Those components are subject to constant change as experienced in the ups and downs of life.

There are six colours, which, as mentioned earlier, generally stays with the person his or her entire life, they are:

  • white,
  • violet,
  • indigo,
  • blue,
  • green, and
  • black.

Some very useful indications can be gleaned from these colours, and their main characteristics are as follows:

  • White is a manifestation of harmony; “white” people are few and far between. The individual becomes white as a result of effort; people are, to my understanding, not born with this colour.
  • Violet people are not alone in their “life” space, possessed by an intention that is not of their own device, they often have a mission in their life, and nothing will get in their way in the quest to accomplish that objective. Some famous examples include Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, Cecil Rhodes, and Mao Zedong. This violet colour changes once the “personality” is cleared.
  • Indigo seemingly indicates people who are more spiritually rather than materialistically oriented. It is one of the two colours found among “normal” people, those who labour as best they can, doing what they believe is in the best interests of one and all.
  • Blue is a commonly found colour. Blue people are more materialistic than indigo and behaviour is more earth-oriented. These people are more readily subject to excess than indigo persons, but with their heart in the right place with regard to others.
  • Green is very rare in humans; I have only ever found it in one individual, whose brain was severely impaired – parts missing as the result of a motorbike accident.
  • Black is the colour of persons dominated by desire. This is not a good condition to be in; it is very unhealthy for persons hosting the colour as well as for those in their presence, although the former are unlikely to notice, let alone be bothered. People imposing their will on others due to overwhelming egoism are often of this colour. To avoid being sued for libel or defamation, I will name no examples, but they are numerous and found in all walks of life; black people are increasingly common. This is an acquired colour; people are not born in this condition but deliberately opt for it.

Animals and plants, without exception, do not share this colour scheme in its diversity; they are all green, systematically.

The purpose of this colour scheme is primarily for analysis; it is not a score sheet intended to judge people, so be careful of reading too much into its interpretation, although in my opinion it is very useful to know what kind of person one is dealing with. The analysis can be taken further if based on the balance (or imbalance) of external and internal colours, but that is not the aim here.

© Christopher Freeland, 2023