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Monday, 17 February 2020

Toxins, viruses, irradiated foods, hormones, meat consumption and cruelty

Although food is the most basic element in the development of every living being, it is no longer natural and is packed with preservatives, pesticides, artificial flavours and colours and all kinds of genetically modified chemicals.
Nowadays, many processed foods contain artificial vitamins and inorganic minerals with the aim of convincing consumers that these products are enriched and have higher nutritional values. Even meat is currently filled with large amounts of antibiotics, growth hormones and other toxic additives designed to maximise production for industrial farms.

Our body is specifically designed to be more vigorous when healthy, nonetheless dietary habits and unhealthy lifestyles lead to numerous health problems. In fact, the most common causes of sickness are related to the accumulation of toxins derived from a diet full of chemicals, pesticides, additives and pollutants found in the air, water and soil.
Chemical risks are also lurking in cleaning products, air fresheners, detergents, cosmetics, perfumes, packaging of canned foods… these synthetic chemicals have been linked to cancer, reproductive toxicity and allergies. What can be said about genetically modified foods being injected with viruses and about the presence of petroleum in some foods? And with regards to the consumption of meat, what will be the outcome to our health if we eat meat from animals from industrial farms that are treated with medicines and hormones and exposed to huge stress or suffering before being slaughtered?


Friday, 17 January 2020

Pleiades and Diwali, gods of India, 4 Yugas, Biophotons, Quantum co-creation

Many different cultures around the world celebrate their traditions linked to the Pleiades. Why were the ancients so awed by this constellation? Why has India, in its past and today, always celebrated festivals, featuring fireworks and pyrotechnical effects? Although popular memory has been wiped over the course of centuries, the reality is that everything can be traced back to an ancient tradition regarding the Sun Alcyone’s entrance into our solar system…

This is why Diwali is celebrated throughout the whole of India. It represents the New Year and is a ceremony that the country’s natives look forward to with utmost devotion, since they are commemorating the victory of Light over darkness and Wisdom over Ignorance. This has taken place in the different cyclical periods or Ages of the Universe known as the Yugas, eras in which the gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva fought against the Asuras. The same would happen years later, following the Bharata and Kshatriya wars against darkness or with the Rajputs, Porus, the Queen Padmavati and Bajirao. Later, heroes such as Mangal Pandey and Manikarnika would fight against the domination of England.

Is it possible that all of this relates back to us in the present day, as science discovers our body’s capacity to produce and emit biophotons? Some scientists affirm that our physical body is composed of atoms and molecules, but they also assert that the human body emits a number of biophotons.

We cannot forget that the light we are receiving as nourishment through photons comes from our Sun which is connected to the Sun Alcyone of the Pleiades, because our Sun is one of the seven suns belonging to the Pleiadean star cluster. In other words, we have a direct connection with the Pleiades themselves. For this reason, many ancient cultures and civilisations venerated them with devotion and respect, in order to form part of the universal macrocosm and become co-creators of a new destiny, in which our life is subtler and more evolved…