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Egyptian Rods/Gold and Infrared

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Mario, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Mario

    Mario Gold

    Hello

    Can you briefly tell me whether these rods make any sense in connection with am sunlight and loading your own batterie?

    Egyptian rods, right hand copper, left hand zinc.
    http://en.rods.ru/index.html

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    You said that gold reflects IR light that‘s why the pyramids had them on top, therefore you‘d put blattgold at the back of an IR Sauna.

    Does a gold braclett or neklace also charge with IR so that it will emit even after you have left the sun? Would it then make sense to charge them and keep your thyroid for example safe with gold? Is this maybe the reason egyptian crowns were always out of massive gold?
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    At vermont 2017 you said, the antidote of vitamin A and DHA is blue light, in the same phrase you say Vitamin A is built by blue light. How can I understand this?

    Thank you for the elaborations.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Gold is a perfect ATOMIC reflector of red light so it does not charge unless the light hits your body direct.
     
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    You said I said, "At vermont 2017 you said, the antidote of vitamin A and DHA is blue light, in the same phrase you say Vitamin A is built by blue light. How can I understand this?"

    I did not say this.......I said red light is the antidote to blue light toxicity.
     
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  4. Mario

    Mario Gold

    Thank you for your answers.

    Maybe I misunderstand something but at minute 40.19 you seem to say exactly that.
     
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