Archive for Lyme Disease

Part Seven: “Joan’s Story”

Part Seven: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

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To contact Dr. David A. Jernigan, please call the Somerleyton Center for Biological Medicine: 316 / 686-5900 or email: ngwcdoc@aol.com.

Neurophotonic Therapy is trademarked, and its scientific foundations were originally researched, developed, and reported by Dr. David A. Jernigan, D.C.

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Part Six: “Joan’s Story”

Part Six: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

In other words, when we use specific colors (frequencies) in color therapy, the frequency excites the atomic and molecular structure of the specific organ and tissues targeted by that color, which when the color therapy light is turned off the atomic and molecular structure returns to its less excited or new excitation state. When the tissue comes down from its excited state it emits its corresponding light frequency (color) unique to the tissue’s molecular characteristics and specific to their energy level.

Normally only one in four excitons will release a photon when an electron and a hole come together, and the other three are released as heat. However, with a deeper understanding of biological processes we can see how we have very good conditions where virtually all the excitons can emit photons instead of heat. It is this author’s belief that the hypothalamus is ultimately responsible for “doping” these molecular reactions, possibly through neuropeptide mechanisms.

The hypothalamus regulates the core temperature and is the “thermostat” of the body. To quote the Nobel-prize winning, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, PhD, “The proteins (and virtually every tissue) in the body are semiconductors. If a great number of atoms be arranged with regularity in close proximity, (as in the body’s liquid-crystalline matrix) single electrons cease to belong to one or two atoms only, and belong instead to the whole system. A great number of excited electrons may travel a certain distance.” (Emphasis added) The nice thing about semiconductors is that they can act as amplifiers, switches, oscillators, and such as needed. Much of the body’s liquid crystalline matrix (LCM) is made up of silica, a semiconductor that has an energy gap between its lower, filled electron states (this is the valence band) and its upper, unfilled electron states (the conduction band). In the laboratory as well as in color therapy, as a tissue is sufficiently stimulated, the excited electrons “travel” leaving behind positively charged “holes.”

These “traveling electrons” find the unfilled upper conduction band. When the color therapy stimulation is removed, virtually all of the electrons (excitons) drop to the lower state and re-occupy the holes. In almost all of cases the majority of excitons emit photons of visible light as they fall down a level, into the holes. Still, when the body needs heat the hypothalamic neuropeptide “doping” of the reaction will cause some of these excitons to release heat, instead of photons, which is a good thing for the body, which needs to maintain its temperature within an optimal range. The thyroid hormones may also play a role in doping the chemical reactions in order to increase the speed of metabolism yield heat.

In a healthy body, under the correct conditions photon production has a theoretical efficiency of nearly 100 percent, due to the large angular momentum of electron rotation as they interact with the spin of other electrons. “Liquid crystals reflect different wavelengths of light depending on the orientation of its molecules.” (Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, 2003) In the body, tissues and organs have unique molecular structures. Based upon this science we see that the uniqueness of the various tissues molecular structure, be it the liver, heart, lungs…, will absorb, emit and reflect back through the body’s crystalline pathways, the color frequency unique to its molecular structure.

The wavelength of the photons determines its color. In the case of an after image, the color red being seen after taking the green glasses off is red due to the size of the energy gap of the emitting tissue substance. It is known that stimulating the body with the color green specifically stimulates the heart, among other specific tissues. Therefore, the heart, having a completely unique molecular and atomic structure than any other organ or tissue of the body, must have a unique photon frequency range that it responds to most strongly.

Disease is the result of a disturbance in or collapsing of the bio-crystalline pathways of the body. This author theorizes that all of the best natural healing methods work by influencing and manipulating these pathways in the body. It is the opening up of and maintaining the integrity of these bio-crystalline-fiber optic pathways that restores and ensures the long-term health of the human body.

The optical properties of any liquid crystal can be manipulated by subjecting the liquid crystal to a magnetic or electric field. Doing so changes the orientation of the liquid crystal’s molecular structure. A dramatic example of this is seen in a case where the author had a middle-aged woman who was able to regain full use of a previously paralyzed leg, foot and toes, within 30 seconds of applying a strong positive ceramic magnet over her sacrum and another over the thigh. The magnetic therapy resulted in a restoration of the ideal orientation of the bio-liquid crystalline matrix, which led to the reorientation of the optimal tissue molecular structure, and the realignment of the lines of tensegrity. Once this occurred, the effect instantly restored normal function throughout the bones, nerves, meridians, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues. This is made possible because every tissue of the body is made of bio-liquid crystals.

So now we see that not only can light photons (color) and sound manipulate the liquid crystalline matrix of the body, but also magnetic and electrical fields as well… sounds like alternative medicine is firmly supported by mainstream science!

It is likely that future research will verify that this knowledge will lead to the manipulation of gene expression in the treatment of disease. Especially in light of the fact that we already know that diagnostic ultrasound, such as is used on many pregnant women, causes genetic mutations after repeated exposure. We also know that color, being a much higher vibration than sound, has consequently a greater potential to have a therapeutic impact upon the human body.

So when you receive a Chiropractic adjustment, take a homeopathic remedy, eat high energy, sun-ripened, organic foods, use Magnetic Resonance therapy, meridian therapy, when you are maintaining a happy heart, or living and operating within God’s light and love, all will have direct and potentially lasting effects on the liquid crystalline matrix of your body. On the other hand, when you subject your body to toxic drugs, surgeries, radiation, or eat energetically dead “junk” food, harbor anger, fear, unforgiveness, and live in a synthetic-dominated world, it will also impact the crystalline matrix of the body…in a negative way. Every treatment or medicine is going to either enhance or harm this matrix. So do you still want surgery, and toxic pharmaceuticals?

Choose your medicine well!

Through the years doctors and scientist have focused upon the easily measured electrical and chemical aspects of the human body. However, what was not realized until now is that the electrical and chemical aspects of the body are dependent upon and preempted by the light/photon mechanisms of the body’s crystalline matrix, something not so easily measured by conventional methods.

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Part Five: “Joan’s Story”

Part Five: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

 

Testing the Movement of Light through the Body

There are three forms of light movement in the body, externally generated light entering the body, as in sunlight, low-level lasers, and color therapies; internally generated light, as in molecule to molecule and cell to cell transmissions; and internally to externally transmitted light, as in human to human and human to world transmissions. (e.g. Callahan 1975, Popp et al 1981,1992)

Most people have been taught that external light (photon) is amplified and converted into an electrochemical nerve impulse in the eye, which is transmitted through the optic nerve to the brain where the image of what is being looked at is generated. Don’t worry, this is still correct.

What we are talking about is how light is also transmitted through the eyes and skin through special photo-receptors designed to let light enter into the body, relatively unchanged. These photo-receptors function as a gating system in combination with anthocyanins, which are plantbased pigments that help filter and process the movement of light into and through the body. Even the foods you eat feed the body with photons that are stored in the sun-ripened fruits and vegetables.

Photons are the energy packets of light. The colors that we perceive are simply photons of varying wavelengths. The movement of light through the body is such a new revelation that this author felt the need to come up with a simple explanation and to develop a method of testing and proving that light truly does flow through the body. However, the crystalline matrix and biophotons are far from needing more scientific proof. The research to date is irrefutable. For those who are interested in learning more, I am providing an extensive bibliography listing pages of peer-reviewed research articles that go into much more scientific detail than this article is designed.

As we saw so dramatically in the story of Joan Smith, light of specific frequencies (colors) will travel through the eyes to specific “fiber optic,” bio-crystalline, molecular pathways to stimulate specific tissues and organ systems. According to Mae Wan Ho in her scientific and inspired book, “The Rainbow and the Worm” when any organism is stimulated with light, it causes an immediate local effect, but it also causes a systemic effect. This is why each color of light in the Neurophotonic Therapy caused every metabolic reaction, every hormone, every muscle, and every organ system to collapse instead of just the heart circuit. When colored light, such as green is viewed, it travels pathways that specifically stimulate the heart, arms, circulation, the wisdom teeth and various other tissues. When we say the heart is stimulated, it means the molecular structures of the heart increased in energy from the photons.

Research by Alfred Kastler, Ph.D. may help document exactly what happens when an organ is stimulated with the medical use of colored glasses for therapy. Alfred Kastler, Ph.D., (1902-1984), a French physicist, was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in physics for his work in developing methods that used light of specific photon frequencies (colors) to manipulate the energy levels of electrons in atoms. His work to my knowledge has never before been applied in biophysics the way I am postulating here.

Dr. Kastler’s theory of, “Double Resonance”, which he developed in the late 1940s, states that when you apply a specific frequency of a beam of light, which is carefully selected to excite the electrons of atoms to a higher energy level, the electrons of which are now called excitons, that when the excitons of atoms return to their unexcited state, they emit energy in the form of LIGHT!

One of the primary goals in our medical use of color therapy in humans is to restore any loss of integrity in the bio-crystalline photon pathways. There are several testing techniques used to determine the integrity of these liquid-crystalline pathways in humans. One of the simplest being to have a person wear colored glasses, such as green glasses. The theory being that the green light (photons of the specific frequency that is green) entering the eye, actually passes through the physical eye via the optic nerve, gaining access to distant tissues of the body, via the Muller cells of the eye directly into the microtubules of the extracellular matrix and crystalline matrix.

It is well recognized that light passes via the eye all the way to the back of the brain to the pineal gland, which has been well documented to contain photoreceptors. The light metabolism and movement through the body is a radical new concept in science, since all previous research on the eye and vision have been addressing the electro-chemical aspects of vision, with virtually no admission that light travels throughout the entire body.

After a few minutes of wearing the glasses they are instructed to take the glasses off. The specific crystalline pathways that have an affinity to the frequency of the color green are known to be open and working when the patient is able to see an “after image” of a different color, in this case the color red. What Dr. Kastler called “Double Resonance” may be why this after image is created.

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Part Four: “Joan’s Story”

Part Four: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

 

The Crystalline-Matrix

The fiber optic human!

There are two primary functions of the eye. One is to translate the electromagnetic vibrations of light into patterns of electrochemical impulses that are transmitted to the brain. The other function is to provide an entry point to access the “fiber optic” network that provides light/photons as nutrients to every tissue of the body. It is this fiber optic-like network, otherwise known as the body’s crystalline-matrix upon which we will be focusing.

Every single tissue in the body is now known to be a liquid crystal. The crystalline arrangements of the molecules making up the tissues of your body are what we call the crystalline matrix.

These liquid crystals are now known to be the rule, instead of the exception in all forms of life. Crystalline arrangements of tissues are also the rule in the human body. Research has determined all living tissue, whether the body’s tissues or the molecular structure of microbes are made up of these unique molecular crystalline structures.

These living, pliable crystalline structures are capable of creating, transmitting and receiving laser-like bio-photons (energy packets of light, generated by the tissues of the body) for the purpose of communication between tissues and molecules. You can think of this liquid crystalline matrix as an intricate fiber optic network, since it does indeed transmit the bulk of the information throughout the body, via light, called biophotons. The Crystalline matrix pathways connect every aspect of the human being to its internal and external environment. These pathways therefore enable the body to adapt at virtually the speed of light to changes in and around the body.

The crystalline-matrix enables your body to instantly change its shape in subtle ways, in order to adapt to changes in your internal and external environment. You don’t realize it most of the time, but your body must constantly adapt to everything that is vibrating around you – the lights in your room; the computer; the music playing in the background; the person or people in the vicinity; the alignment of the planets. Everything vibrates in and around you. 60 trillion cells in the human body all of which must communicate at the speed of light in order to maintain your reality.

Just imagine, your body is constantly morphing or changing shape, literally at the speed of light, in reaction to your thoughts, medicines you took, food you ate, and in reaction to all the changes in your internal and external environment!

In fact, our body’s ability to adapt and transmit information is clocked in at less than a hundred-trillionth of a second. To put this speed into perspective, if each trillionth of a second contained the equivalent knowledge gained in one whole second, it would represent the accumulated knowledge gained over the course of 32,000 years! It is this author’s belief that each of us has the neurophotonic information imprinted in the light, and flowing through your crystalline matrix, of the experiences and knowledge of the universe from the beginning of time!

The following text seeks to provide supporting evidence, most of which comes from peer-reviewed scientific work, and some original arrangements of thought by the author, all leading towards the realization that you truly are a light being and light can be used to stimulate the regeneration of tissue. But before we can talk about stem cells of light, we must cover some fundamentals of just how the crystalline matrix functions; how we can test it; and how it can be treated and maintained.

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Part Three: “Joan’s Story”

Part Three: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

To his shock and barely contained incredulity each frequency of photon stimulation resulted in no detectible aggravation to Joan’s body! This can’t be happening, he thought to himself. No one has ever passed this test so well. One of the other staff doctors was observing the test, and through what can only be described as divine inspiration, interjected, “Test her with the Bio-Resonance Scanning for a blockage or interference at the top of her head.”

Joan caught herself holding her breath, as a glimmer of hope returned that maybe this new treatment could help her after all. The doctor tested for blockages at the top of her head. Immediately, the sparkle came back in his eyes and an appreciative smile was sent to his colleague. Joan immediately related the story of the brain infarct to the doctor; a fact that had been forgotten by the doctor over the course of time. The doctor enjoyed one of those “Eureka moments” that are so blissful, when just for a moment all is right in the world.

Using the latest technological advancement in cold laser therapy, the Erchonia® Frequencymodulated low-level laser, a non-cutting and non-burning laser, the neurological and photonic blockage and interference was cleared in a matter of minutes. Once more the Neurophotonic Therapy apparatus was placed over Joan’s eyes. For a moment everyone held their breath, but the results were evident. Joan’s entire body’s circuitry began to short-circuit! The doctor was in heavenly bliss to have uncovered this huge issue. What might have seemed a scary situation to others, he was elated about, since he knew exactly what he needed to do to correct this problem, now that it was revealed in all its ugliness.

Over the next two hours, photons of varying frequencies were sent into the body setting off aggravations which the doctor efficiently and rapidly corrected as they occurred. Joan listened as the doctor explained how each of the various remedies and treatments he was doing worked by realigning the liquid-crystalline pathways, what he called the crystalline matrix. “Some of the treatments”, he went on, “provide the body with anthocyanidins, which are plant-based pigments, the color from fruits and vegetables. The body uses these pigments to correctly process and conduct light through the crystalline matrix.”

With the correction of each photonic aggravation, Joan could feel an increasing sense of calmness settling into her being. She was fascinated and slightly frightened by the fact that every photonic (color) stimulation would initially throw her body into a mass of quaking and quivering nerves and muscles, but when corrected, the same color would be like food to a starved body! Many times it would take half an hour for her body to get “filled” with the color it had been blocked from receiving for so many years.

The doctor explained, “Your body uses light as a nutrient. Indeed, light is the glue that holds all of the atomic particles and molecules together. The eyes are the most crystalline structure in the body. They provide the primary and greatest pathway for light to flow into the body’s organ circuits. Primarily due to your brain infarct, the only light your body could receive was the small amount of light it could get from the secondary photoreceptors in your skin. You were literally starving for light! This is why you have been craving sunlight on your skin for so long.

This is also likely why you picked such intense colors to decorate the inside of your house. Your body needed intense color stimulation on the skin to feed the tissues.” “Does this have anything to do with why I wake up twenty times a night?” Joan asked. “Let me put it this way.” the doctor replied, “If you put a plant in an absolutely dark room, you can give it all the water and fertilizer it needs, but it will still die.”

He went on, “Research has shown that if you do the same thing to a person, first they will go insane, and then they too will die. If it hadn’t been for your constant pursuit of sunshine on your skin, you would have possibly died. As a matter of fact, you likely wake up twenty times a night, just so that you don’t die in your sleep.” The treatment room was filled with joy and celebration by the end of the visit. Joan felt as whole and sound as she had in years. Unanimously all were thankful to God, in His faithfulness. All were awed by the mastery with which God designed the human body to heal itself if given half a chance.

“It is interesting” said the doctor, “the Bible tells us that God made us in His image. In the book of Genesis, it says that Adam was clothed in light. And later in the book of 1st John, it says that God is light. Isn’t it fascinating that what we thought was a metaphor is actually reality?”

Joan had only been home a few days when the doctor called to check on her progress. With a song in her heart and a smile in her voice she gladly reported that she was sleeping soundly throughout the entire night and waking more rested. But that was not the only improvement, her mind that had felt like a car going 70 miles per hour in first gear, was finally able to cruise and relax. Her sun-craving was easing. Best of all, she knew in her heart that she had a sense of wellbeing, strength, and vitality that she had not known for many years. She knew a new chapter in her life was beginning. She would be able to leave the illness in the pages of the past for good.

(End of Part Three)

Copyright: David A. Jernigan, author, for AVS Journal (2005). All right reserved.

 

 

 

Part Two: “Joan’s Story”

Part Two: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

It became obvious to the Smiths that disease-focused treatments were not winning this battle. What they needed was health-restoration treatments that sought to restore the integrity of the body. An innate sense gave them a knowingness that the quality of life they sought lay in a more nontoxic and natural approach that worked with God’s natural design of the body. Call it fate, call it divine intervention, but they found what they had been praying for…a clinic with a pure approach to healing; the Somerleyton Center for Biological Medicine, in Wichita, Kansas.

The chair creaked rhythmically as Joan swiveled gently in the sunlight of her office. She Reminisced over the journey that had enabled her to return to the full and rich life she now enjoyed.

The journey had been full of hiccups and bumps, but she had to admit the reality of today was worth it all. Still, there was a nagging in her heart. Although she was able to do many of the gymnastic movements and somersaults of her youth, put in overtime at the office, and juggle the family, she knew there was still something not right in her body. Six years had passed since the nightmarish wheelchair days. There had been many return trips to the clinic in Kansas, which always made her feel better, but there was still something fundamental that was not being addressed.

She was on edge in every tissue of her body. She awakened as many as twenty times every night. And her need for sunlight was becoming peculiar to everyone close to her. Swiveling back around to her desk, Joan decided with determination that another trip to the Somerleyton Center in Kansas was needed. It had been six months since her last visit. She knew one thing about their doctors, they were constantly developing newer and better ways to find and address the deeper issues.

Over the years, she had experienced first hand how these doctors were making giant strides, pushing the knowledge of health and healing to new heights almost on a weekly basis. Kansas was just clothing itself in the fresh, green shades of springtime when she arrived at the clinic. The sun was shining in the amazingly deep blue sky that seems to be unique to Kansas.

It was a good omen and Joan felt confident that this visit would stimulate profound changes in her body. When her husband had called to schedule the appointment, her doctor had excitedly told him about a new diagnostic and treatment technique using, of all things…light! The doctor had just developed the technique and called it Neurophotonic Therapy. “This is not the same old, tired-out, color therapy,” the doctor assured him. “We have restored the strength in the muscles of a stroke victim and stopped brain seizures, and so much more, sometimes in one treatment,” the doctor had enthusiastically shared with him.

Over the years, a special bond and friendship had been formed with this doctor. It was more like visiting family than go to the clinic. It was a bond of love and trust, forged by the weathering of the worst of storms…together. As Joan lay on her back on the treatment table, the doctor placed the Neurophotonic Therapy apparatus over her eyes. “Photons of a specific frequency and wavelength would be registered as a specific color, such as red, by the classic visual mechanisms of the eye and brain, but some of the photons would travel through her body,” the doctor informed her. She was used to his lecturing to her as he treated her. Joan listened patiently, knowing from so many prior visits, that he truly loves what he does; that he loves teaching the fantastic new revelations he had uncovered since their last meeting.

He went on, “These photons travel through the tissues of the body, much like light passing through fiber optic cables. Every tissue in the body is indeed a part of an intricate web of interconnecting liquid-crystalline pathways. We can send the photons into the body and use our technique called Bio-Resonance Scanning to monitor any problems it causes in the body. If the photons can reach all the correct destinations without interference then we won’t find any problems. If the photons are not able to flow through correctly then we will see the entire body become physically, chemically, and electrically aggravated.”

The doctor was supremely confident that he would find Joan’s body greatly aggravated by the photon stimulation. No one he had ever tested was processing light correctly. He also knew that even with all the improvements he had helped Joan achieve through the years, there was still something he had missed…everyone had missed! This would be it, he was sure of it. With the explanation of the basic concepts of Neurophotonic Therapy finished, he proceeded with the testing.

(End of Part Two)

Copyright: David A. Jernigan, author, for AVS Journal (2005). All right reserved.

 

 

Part One: “Joan’s Story”

Part One: “Joan’s Story”

 

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

Joan Smith was mentally and physically drained after the creative brainstorming session with all the corporate board members regarding the additions to next year’s product line. Shewas glad to be alone in her office again. With an unconscious sigh, she gratefully sank back into the cushioned comfort of her high-backed leather chair, swiveling it around to face the large window overlooking the manicured lawns of the XYZ Corporation. Joan reveled in the warmth and energizing effects of the scintillating rays of sunshine streaming through her office window.

As one of the top executives in the corporation, she had been able to choose which office space she wanted. Though unable to say why at the time, she picked the sunniest office. She had strategically positioned her desk to get maximum exposure to the sun as it traveled across the sky in its daily trek to the western horizon.

Although her red hair and fair skin predisposed her to freckles rather than classic Hawaiian Tropic tan, Joan had an unreasonable need for daily sunlight on her skin. When faced with the option to eat lunch or run home and put on her bikini and sunbathe, depending upon how much sun she had gotten that day, she would often opt for the latter. “I sometimes get frustrated with her unreasonable need to sunbathe,” complained her husband. “We can be on vacation with the family, and everybody will be ready to go do something, but she will have to sunbathe before we go.”

Joan’s home reflected the success that comes from intelligence and hard work. It was one of the largest homes in the city, but its square footage was not its most distinguishing feature. Anyone entering the home was accosted with a sensory overload of brilliant fluorescent colors throughout! It was apparent that this was the home of a “light and color junkie!” When they built their house, Joan and her husband had worked with the architect to design a floor plan for the house that would facilitate the complete saturation of natural light. By design the home was striking in its openness. No walls would block the light from reaching the furthest corner.

Many picture windows and sliding glass doors had been strategically positioned, allowing sunlight to flood into the home and bounce off the bright greens, pinks, and blues, filling the rooms with an ethereal glow. The rooms were alive with the vibrations of photons of varying frequencies bombarding the body of anyone in the space.

It seemed that Joan’s entire life revolved, like the planet earth, around the sun. Although an accomplished gymnast as a younger woman, health and vitality had not always been hers to enjoy. As a young mother of three, she had been stricken by Lyme disease, a bacterial infection transmitted most often by ticks, mosquitoes and other blood sucking insects.

The Lyme disease had stolen years from her life, and that at its worst she was unable to hold up her head and was in a wheelchair. MRIs were taken of the brain. The news wasn’t good, a brain infarct, possibly from the Lyme disease. Literally, part of the brain was dead. Antibiotic treatments were fruitless in their simplistic and oft-hailed approach to disease treatment.

(End of Part One)

 

Copyright: David A. Jernigan, author, for AVS Journal (2005). All right reserved.