Keraunography or keranography refers to the belief that lightning, when striking an object (generally a human body), can leave behind markings which constitute a photographic image of surrounding objects. At present, it is generally believed to be a myth. ==Origins== Like most folklore, it is impossible to trace keraunography to any absolute begin...
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ceraunograph, ceraunography, keraunograph, keraunography 1. An instrument for chronologically recording occurrences of thunder (thunderstorms) and lightning (lightnings or thunderbolts). 2. A figure impressed by lightning upon a body or material. 3. In meteorology, an apparatus, consisting essentially of an antenna connected to a galvanometer or el...
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