aura

nothing to see here

The New Mexico Solar Observatory Mysteriously Commandeered by the FBI Is Back in Business

It's never aliens.
Daniel Oberhaus
9.18.18
I (still) want to believe

The Sunspot Solar Observatory (sort of) explains why it mysteriously closed down

The Sunspot Solar Observatory has reopened after mysterious shutdown due to “criminal activity”
Rex Santus
9.17.18
Will This Save Me?

Having My Aura Photographed Was Cheaper Than Therapy

In this new column, I look for the spiritual, wellness, or magical cure that’ll definitely make me completely whole.
Hannah Ewens
11.9.17
City of the Seekers

Artist Who Can See Auras Creates Ethereal Mixed-Media Paintings

What happens when you see auras? If you're Melissa Ann Lambert, you use your ability to make art.
Tanja M. Laden
5.26.17
Features

Oh Shit, According to an Interview, Ratking Have Split Up

Hak has also become the third and final member of the group to release a solo record.
Noisey Staff
6.22.16
the chosen ones

Inside the Strange, Psychic World of Indigo Children

VICE investigates the secret world of Indigo Children, a select group of people who are said to possess extraordinary sensory talents, but who critics say suffer from ADD and ADHD.
VICE Staff
4.12.16
Photo

Shooting the Aura of the Australian Outback

Tim Hillier's photos of the Outback shot from single-engine planes paint the landscape with rainbows.
Tim Hillier
8.17.15
Art

Aura Photography Brings Occult Art Back To NYC

Your chakra glows in rainbow hues.
Abby Ronner
8.2.15
Design

Now You Can Wear Your Aura on Your Sleeve

The Unseen's scaly new wearable sculpture transforms electromagnetic biodata into colors.
Becky Chung
2.17.15
Premieres

Au.Ra’s “Talk Show” is Brimming With Sleepy-Headed Psych Pop

The Sydney/London duo are set to release their debut album of languid and cosmic pop.
Noisey Staff
1.20.15
staff picks and good shit

Staff Picks and Good Shit for the Week of August 15

It was Makonnen Week, apparently.
Noisey Staff
8.15.14
Stuff

On the Hunt for 'Indigo Children': The Next Stage in Human Evolution

If adults want to call themselves "indigo" because they can't hold down a job or didn't fit in at school, then I don't suppose there's too much harm in that. However, as with most Big Topics—war, famine, runway fashion shows—the whole thing gets far...
James Tennent
7.12.13
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