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So what really causes cataracts?

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Mar 10, 2020.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Many roads lead to them but blue light and other forms of nnEMF are key to their etiology.
    The glyoxalase system is a set of enzymes that carry out the detoxification of methylglyoxal and the other reactive aldehydes that are produced as a normal part of metabolism. This system has been studied in both bacteria and eukaryotes. This system is linked to cataract formation in humans.

    Cataracts in the eye are largely driven by the glycation of lens proteins. The glycation of lens proteins is largely driven by methylglyoxal. In direct contradiction to much of the low-carbohydrate literature, glycation is not all driven by dietary carbohydrates. It can be driven by nnEMF because this enzyme operates with transition metals which are very sensitive to nnEMF in the microwave range. This is why in Dr. Becker's book, "The Electric Body", Dr. Savitz found increased cataract formation in people who were exposed to RF/microwaves by their jobs. Methylglyoxal is quantitatively the most important source of advanced glycation end products in the body.⠀Few people seem to know that too.

    Methylglyoxal can be derived from glucose, or it can be derived from ketones, or it can be derived from protein. So diet is not the driver of this condition. This paper should be illuminating how nnEMF destroys glutathione levels via the glyoxalase system. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jacs.0c01329
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  2. Electromagnetic absorption by water - Liquid water has a broad absorption spectrum in the microwave region, which has been explained in terms of changes in the hydrogen bond network giving rise to a broad, featureless, microwave spectrum. Liquid water has no rotational spectrum but does absorb in the microwave region. Its weak absorption in the visible spectrum results in the pale blue color of water.

    Water is a very strong absorber of electromagnetic radiation in the infrared (IR) region. This is good news for those who practice morning sun gazing.

    The asymmetrical structure of the water molecule, which can be likened to a three-dimensional anharmonic vibrator, also affects its vibrational states. It is responsible for the fact that water molecules have a high, permanent dipole moment: pp = 1.854 debye in the equilibrium state.

    Water's molecular transitions from the ground state to the first excited state is characterized in four categories of such transitions, namely:
    ● Harmonic transitions (also known as overtones) from the ground state
    ● Combination transitions from the ground state
    ● Harmonic transitions between excited states only
    ● Combination transitions between excited states only

    Individual liquid water molecules are not independent of each other but interact through intermolecular forces to form groups of molecules held together by hydrogen bonds—these (H2O)ntype polymers are known as clusters—and other various ionized structures.

    The question - Is the human eye's water (EZ) protective or more vulnerable to nnEMF insult?
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2020
  3. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Thank you, sir!
    Thus Ra Optics being only part of the mitohacking of this; building biologist, sunshine, grounding, avoiding high population dense areas, more beach time.
  4. Charmane

    Charmane New Member

    Months and months ago, I saw a youtube video with Dr. Jack, in which he was talking about INFORMATION REGARDING HEALING CATARACTS "coming out" right at about the same time "lens amputations, then replaced with prosthetic lenses" suddenly emerged as the "new miracle treatment" to "treat" (gag) cataracts. DOES ANYONE HERE KNOW WHAT "INFORMATION" DR. KRUSE WAS REFERENCING??? I remember him banging on a black bound book while he was speaking. I'll keep looking, but if anyone here can help me find more information, I'd really, really appreciate it! Thanks!

    It's been 5 days since I asked this, and I'm now thinking perhaps the book was simply _The Body Electric_, which indicated a "perhaps best of all" way to "treat" cataracts is to turn off the nnEMF... ???
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    New blog out today on contacts, glasses and neuropsin, and evolutionary history. Vision with action is a sign of exceptional thinking. Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world quickly. When we feed our mind a strict diet of exceptional thoughts, we stop trading our greatest ideas for the illusion of security. https://www.patreon.com/posts/16916621
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  6. Here's what Dr. @Jack Kruse said about contack & Lasik surgery Jan 6th 2016 on the Tread -> https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/laser-eye-surgery.17336/
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  7. Rocky

    Rocky Silver

    Not a lot of help when it comes to reversing cataracts is there? My left eye is getting to the point where wearing a pop bottle lens doesn't seem practical. Both eyes are healthy and no injuries ever.

    The left eye is 20/70 while my right eye is 20/25.

    If anyone has any input for a 69 year old that would be great - but me thinks it's time to replace the lens unfortunately.
  8. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    EMR Red light.
    Jack talks about it in the latest video when red light mends the broken bones of an old guy with a knee prosthesis who fell of the roof. He not only mended his bones but fixed his eyes as a bonus.

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  9. caroline

    caroline New Member

    I am trying that now ...but not very hopeful. You need a very strong panel like the one Jack has at the farm
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  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Keep us posted. Let's hope for the best.
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  11. Dan2

    Dan2 Pedantic schlub

    Trying that for a cataract or a broken bone or what?
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  12. caroline

    caroline New Member

  13. Rocky

    Rocky Silver

    I suppose the idea is to have a body size red light panel for that to work. Thanks JanSz!
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  14. Rocky

    Rocky Silver


    I so hope that works for you! What kind of bulb or panel are you using?
  15. caroline

    caroline New Member

    We bought a mitogen. I hope it works too - fingers crossed.

    How are you Rocky? Long time no see...........
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  16. Rocky

    Rocky Silver

    Hi Caroline,

    I had forgotten or didn't realize this was still a viable site. I was searching for info on cataracts and found a post come up from this group and sure enough it is still going I'm happy to see.

    I would like to get email notifications but haven't figured how to do that.

    Anyhow, I am elated you and JanSz are still here!

    How are things where you live in the Coronapalooza?
  17. 5G Canary

    5G Canary Gold

    Just my thoughts....

    My Dad was recently told he has a cataract in his left eye. I personally didn’t think recommending the red light would be wise for him. He is 88 and has no desire to change his light environment. If your body naturally does what it needs to do to survive in its given environment... wouldn’t fixing the cataract be a bad idea if you aren’t going to change your current environment? The cataract obviously developed for a reason... maybe to protect the eye? I do think it’s a great idea if you are willing to change the environment at the same time you plan to correct the cataract. Thoughts?
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  18. caroline

    caroline New Member

    we are doing as well as can be expected. Trying to connect with like minded people etc.
    How is your health these days?
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  19. Dan2

    Dan2 Pedantic schlub

    "BENEFITS OF THE SANANGA DROPS: The Kichwa tribe in Ecuador use the drops against sickness and to acquire overall good energy, strength, and health. It is used to purify and strengthens eyes and heal eye diseases such as myopia or cataracts...
    HOW IT IS USED: During the Sananga drops ritual 1-2 drops are put into each eye. "
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2021
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  20. caroline

    caroline New Member

    interesting - thanks Dan

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