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The Light In Our Lives

By:  Amber Markham

So often in this life we take for granted our basic needs to survive, such as the air we breathe, not to mention the other very important ingredient LIGHT.

It is no coincidence that our lungs are called lights in animals. The first two letters of the word Lungs derive from the root word for Light. Other examples of this are words such as Lucid, Luminous or even Lucifer (The fallen Angel of Light). So, it would seem we were not just intended to breathe air, but light as well.

A man named John Ott, spent 60 years studying the effects of natural and artificial light on plant, animal and human life.

He concluded, that, light energy is the most powerful ignition system of all biological combustion, i.e. electromagnetic energy.

Otts research today is accepted, however, he was ridiculed in his day.

Light stimulates the master Glands in our bodies, the Pineal and the Pituitary, which regulates control over our entire brain chemistry, and without light we would just grope about in life like moles.

Scientists now believe that everything in this universe of ours is made up of energy, electromagnetic energy in the form of light travels faster than anything. (We should never take this for granted).

In our lifetimes science will find a way through light, to change our cells and Hey Presto...Transportation, " Beam me up Scottie" will become a reality. (Easing of road congestion, maybe) Futuristic?, but we can look forward to seeing this myth become reality.

Written By Amber Markham