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.

(End of Part Five)

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