The sun, which allows natural vision and color perception to take place, offers the greatest help in overcoming all sorts of eye problems. Eyes cannot function properly without adequate and regular exposure to the sun and most eye problems result from sunlight deficiency. Living beings that live under the ground, like earthworms, have no organs of vision. Where there is no light, there is also no need for a sense of sight. Fish living in dark caves require no eyesight and therefore become blind.
Most miners develop defective eyesight and inflammatory diseases of the eyes. In fact, all people who live in dark places, indoors or under artificial lighting most of the time, develop weak and insufficient eyesight. After living in these or similar conditions for a certain length of time, the light receptor cells of their eyes begin to deteriorate. All cells in the body, including those constituting the eyes, require sunlight, especially ultraviolet rays, to stimulate proper cell growth and cell division. Like the saying ‘use it or lose it’, eyes that lack regular exposure to sunlight gradually ‘wither’ away like flowers that are kept in the dark.
(This is a selection from the book HEAL YOURSELF WITH SUNLIGHT by Andreas Moritz)
I found this video a while back and thought it needed a blog post. I’ve been saying this for years and I know that there must be hundreds if not thousands of people, around the world, sharing the wisdom of the Sun as therapy. This wisdom has been known and shared for millennia. What direction does the great sphinx face? East. It has not missed a sunrise in 4500 years. The truth is the truth. It will never change, can be changed or will be changed. Light, water, and magnetism have shaped our planet and us as a species. The avoidance of natural light, via the sun, and exposure to nnEMF and artificial light, it is one of the main reasons diseases like diabetes, Alzheimer’s, ADD/ADHD, suicide and many others are on the rise.
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