The image on the right is the inside surface of the smaller core sample.  The image on the left is the outer surface of the larger core sample.  There is a faint reddish glow.

 



This is an image of the smaller core sample inside cut surface.  In this image you can see round bubble holes.  Some of these perfectly round bubble holes are large but some are perfectly round and as small as a pin head.  There are numerous bubble holes on the surface.  This reddish glow cannot be seen with the naked eye.  I was not present when this photo was taken so one might argue lighting may have caused this effect.  The streaks on the surface appear to be from the diamond saw used by Eric Essene.  Actually, this surface is quite smooth.  This inside core cut surface is about as smooth as a coin.

 



This reddish glow cannot be seen with naked eye.  I was not present when this photo was taken so one might argue the reddish glow is from the lighting.  This is an excellent view of the gemstone outer surface.  This is the larger core sample.

 



 



In these images the gemstone appear to flow.  This is an illusion.  This photo was taken in very bright sunlight.

 



This gemstone appears to float but it is not floating.  There are many color glows in this image.   These colors cannot be seen with the naked eye.  There are multiple shadows.  There are two shadows under the napkin so are the shadows under the gemstone so unusual?  This photo was taken in bright sunlight with a Minolta maxium 7000 AF with a telescopic lens AF 2000 70-210 1:4(32)mm.  There was damage to the camera after these photos were taken.

 



This image shows multiple shadows under the gemstone.  It appears to float  There are various subtle color glows.  A faint pinkish glow can be seen in the shadows.  These colors cannot be seen with the naked eye.  This image was taken in bright sunlight with a Minolta maxium 7000 AF with a telescopic lens maxxum AF 2000 70-210 1:4(32)mm.  There was damage to the camera after these photos were taken.

 




 



The gemstone unidentified energy emits a variety of color glows.  The bottom image appears to project a gold color glow.  What color do you see?

 



There are many subtle color glows in this image.  These color glows cannot be seen with the naked eye.  There is a faint bluish greenish glow.  You may not see the colors I see.  This photo was taken with a Minolta maxium 7000 AF with telescopic lens maxxum AF 2000 70-210 1:4(32)mm.  There was damage to the camera after these photos were taken.

 



There are multiple subtle color glows in this image.  Pinkish greenish bluish glows.  The paper under the gemstone is solid white.  This photo was taken with a Minolta maxium 7000 AF with telescopic lens maxxum AF 2000 70-210 1:4(32)mm.  There was damage to the camera after taking these photos.

 



The gemstone unidentified energy emitted from this surface appears to be more intense.  There are multiple color glows that cannot be seen with the naked eye.  There is a faint bluish grayish greenish color glow.  There is a gold color glow.  There is a pinkish glow.  The color glows you see may be different.  This photo was taken with a Minolta maxium 7000 AF with telescopic lens maxxum AF 2000 70-210 1:4(32)mm.  There was damage to the camera after taken these photos.

 



 



In this image the gemstone appears to have a smooth or distorted surface .  This may be the gemstone unidentified energy in an active state.  The top portion of the gemstone does not appear to be affected.  This activity cannot be seen with the naked eye.  This image was taken with a Kodak max camera with flash and 27 exposures.

 



The cup holding the gemstone has an orange color.  After one year inside this glass casing, the cup turned crystal clear or devoid of color.  The cup became extremely brittle.  This glass casing was melted or distorted by the gemstone unidentified energy.  This photo was taken with a Kodak max camera with flash and 27 exposures.  The gemstone surface appears to be a greenish bluish color glow.