Xenon Light

The effects of light on organisms, is different, depending on the light source. Light, like water comes from a source. Water may look clear, but contain a number of hazardous elements. Light is made up of particles of whatever it is that is combusting. (Light, Replacing Three Centuries of Misconceptions by Peter Bros, Copernican Series, 1996) Xenon as a light source is healthy and unique.

Xenon is a Noble Gas. Noble Gases (Helium, Argon, Neon, Xenon, Krypton) are the most unique of all the elements in our world. They are called Inert or Rare because they are completely balanced in their number of electrons, protons, and neutrons. They do not easily react or combine with other elements. Xenon, when sealed in a glass tube and ionized by a high voltage pulse produces a high-intensity full spectrum light which is used by operating rooms, photographers and theaters. It is used because its spectral distribution is more like sunlight than tungsten, halogen and LED lighting, and the bulbs last a very long time.

Xenon is the rarest of five noble gasses. Noble gases were once thought to be chemically inert, but recently, compounds have been formed with them. Xenon’s atomic number is larger than that of rhodium or silver and based on standard science it should be a solid and not a gas. At one time there was 2-3% Xenon in the atmosphere.

Full Spectrum With No UV Emission

Excerpt from “Einstein Doesn’t Work Here Anymore” by Maurice B. Cooke, Toronto Canada, 1983, p113.

A clear pattern has emerged from our research in connection with the gas Xenon, namely its use in the area of regenerating worn, wasted, or degenerated tissues of all kinds. Perhaps this could better be stated in terms of “helping the body to regenerate its own tissue, for this appears likely to be the process at work. . . Thus, the body will exert itself to knit up broken bones; heal open cuts, and rid itself of viral and bacterial organisms”

The following is taken from the article “Photon Light, Sacred Sound, Noble Gases” by Linda Hannapel and Keith Frick.

When plasma gas is stimulated by a high voltage charge, the tube emits harmonic frequencies which deliver a “holistic spectrum of photobiotic nutrition. Photobiotic nutrition is the nutrition of light. It is the photon light energy we receive directly from the sun or secondarily in our food. . . The micro-current emitted from the Noble tubes match the electrical properties of the body, it is able to travel along both the subtle and gross energy channels. The same energy also breaks up bound protein matter and cells which have lost their normal electrical charge. . . .Xenon can rapidly restore the normal energy state an ideal frequency to every cell in the body. It restores circulation of all the fluids in the body, especially the lymph and blood. Many consider the proper lymphatic drainage to be even more important than blood circulation.”

Light and the Elements

This year (2005) is the 100th Anniversary of the Photon. In 1905 Albert Einstein demonstrated the existence of light “bundles” (photons) and introduced the wave-particle duality of light. There are still many surprises to be discovered about the nature of light.

Joseph Fraunhofer (1787—1826) a researcher and optician, noticed that as light passed through the atmosphere, a pattern of dark lines appeared. These dark lines are a result of certain frequencies being absorbed by gasses in the atmosphere. It was later found that these emission spectra could be used to identify any substance. Elements are able to be identified when ionized, by the colors they produce and their particular spacing. Now there are huge catalogues of thousands of compounds and elements of which they are composed.

Dinshah Ghadiali (1873-1966) developed a particular set of colors which match emission lines of common elements the body uses. These colors were initially produced in a glass but later reproduced as gels by Roscolene. These are the colors frequencies used by the Aura-Glo.

Below are some examples with corresponding color bands:

Hydrogen (H) light-blue violet red and orange
Iron (Fe) dark blue, violet, and green .
Calcium (Ca) – in violet and green
Carbon (C) – Violet
Potassium (K) – pink (purple)
Oxygen (O) – red
Sodium (Na) – yellow
Copper (Cu) – light-blue and green
Magnesium (Mg) – green

Because our bodies evolved with these elements within, and with the reflected light of these elements on the surface of the planet, there is a biological/DNA predisposition to interaction and receptivity of these particular color frequencies.  In nature,  monochromatic or single band light emissions do not exist.  Light appears as a broadband bar-code of a variety of wavelength peaks and spacing.

The Human Body is a Photosynthetic System

According to Russian researcher, Dr. Vladymir Volkov (www.h-longevity.net),  the body is photosynthetic—similar to plants. Light can initiate particular changes and reactions in the body.   The blood molecule heme has the same structure as chlorophyll.  The molecules responsible for the cellular respiration are magnesium in plants, and iron in the human. Light photons excite the electrons in the atoms and stimulate enzymatic synthesis.  Light is a primary factor in the development and maintenance of all living organisms on the surface of the earth.

Skin partially reflects, and partially absorbs light.  The skin absorbs some light, but light also passes into the body via the meridian system and saturates the body with electrons.   One example of this function is seen in children who suffer from rickets.  They have weak bones as a result of not being able to properly assimilate calcium and protein.  However when they receive ultra-violet light, vitamin D is produced in the skin and their assimilation returns to normal.

Heme is responsible for the transport of oxygen (red) in the blood and at the cellular level.  The oxygen (red)  is a burner an oxidizer. However hydrogen stops the oxygen from burning out the system; reducing oxygen into water.  The light-blue hydrogen protects us from free oxygen radicals.  The specific colors (bar-code frequencies) of elements and minerals in our evolutionary environment have always played an important role in biophysical regulation.  Direct light from the sun,  reflected light from the moon, and plasma emissions from outside our solar system dictated how our bodies developed.  Now with the use of full spectrum artificial light and colors that match the specific bar-code frequencies of earth elements,  we have a valuable tool to help maintain health, reestablish balance, and slow the aging process—The Photon Stimulator.