Sunday, February 18, 2007

Stevie Joe and the Three Little Experiments

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, "Hey, Stevie Joe, you said that you were going to unite the worlds of science and spirituality, but all you been talkin' about is science. Frankly, it's a bit boring. When are you gonna talk about Jeebus?"

Well, I'm here to tell you, brothers and sisters, that the road to truth and enlightenment is not an easy one, but it is well worth the trouble. It is full of drunken neighbors, dog poop, coffee controversies, and quantum physics. If it were simple, they'd stick it into the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

So, here is the story of the Three Little Experiments. The First Little Experiment was done by a scientist who got his jollies by shining light through various chemicals. He found that chemicals that caused cancer would block light at a certain frequency. He was eventually able to predict what might cause cancer with this little trick.

The Second Little Experiment focused on something called "photorepair." While it sounds like something that would be done at Walgreen's, it's actually a well-known scientific-like phenomenon. If you blast a cell with UV light so it is 99% destroyed and then transmit that light again at a much lower intensity, it will help repair the cell. The Second Little Experiment found that photorepair was most effective at a very specific light frequency.

The Third Little Experiment was the result of looking at the first two experiments. The key light frequencies in each experiment are the same. So, maybe carcinogens cause cancer by blocking the light energy that cells need to grow and divide correctly. The problem was, there was no light in the body. Or was there?

Scientists Fritz-Albert Popp and Bernhard Ruth came up with a machine that could measure photon energy inside the body. This machine creates the "aura" photographs you sometimes see. So, there was light inside the body. This allowed scientists to see the human body's energy field with much greater clarity. It became apparent that there were a number of energy "hot spots" in the body where electrical resistance is significantly lower than the surround tissue. These hot spots coincide precisely with the meridians used by the Chinese for acupuncture. Knowledge of these meridians is over two thousand years old.

Freaky, huh?

Let me hear you say "Amen!"
Stevie Joe Parker

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