The body’s intrinsic light and the crucial role of the cilia and the mitochondria
Aristotle (384BC – 322 BC), the father of modern scientific thought, believed that man would ultimately reach a higher-order state of consciousness and he asked whether it was observed from without or lit from within i); he thought that higher mental states are suffused with a kind of light. It is my belief that man is illuminated from within and from without and with the great influx of high frequency energy into the planet just now this inner light is the leader and harbinger of man’s next stage of evolution.
The business of light and dark in the body has been in scientific debate for some time now. In 1954 Colli and Facchini used a photonmultiplier to discover ‘ultraweak photon emission’ in seedlings. Artem’ey and his team found that light was given off from the sciatic nerve of a frog’s leg in motion (1967) and in 1979 F.A. Popp detected light emissions in ninety species of plants and animals ii).
Zhuravlev et al. (1973) found that light emits photons before cell division iii): how wonderful and appropriate, we are conceived with a bolt of light! Luc Montaignier, the 2008 Nobel Prize winner for the discovery of AIDS, confirmed Zhuravlev’s team hypothesis on photon emission when he found that there is an electro-magnetic connection between DNA cells when the neucleiotides can only transform with a 7.83hz frequency as they create the spark of life iv).
Montaignier defined an interesting quality of DNA, that it emits its own electromagnetic signals that can imprint its structure onto other molecules, that such signals can be transmitted for the DNA to re-create itself somewhere else. Montaignier’s team took a fragment of DNA 100 bases long and put it in a test tube; a second test tube of pure water was isolated in a chamber that cut out the earth’s natural electromagnetic fields. Both test tubes were surrounded by a copper coil giving out a weak electromagnetic field: several hours later DNA was found in both tubes. (You might also like to look at the work of Nobel Laureate Dr Mae-Wan Ho.)
Researchers after Montaignier have supported the fact that there is light in the body. Stagnero and Caramel v) use a wonderful, Quantum Biophysical Semiotics (QBS) approach that combines chemistry, biology, genetics and quantum physics. Such an interdisciplinary cocktail gives ‘the meaning and significance of deterministic chaos and quantum behaviour in biological systems’. These researchers conclude that there is light in our body:
‘All living cells composed between 70-90% water emit bio-photons…’
A.L. Zhuravlev speaks of ‘Endogenous …luminescence’. The word ‘endogenous’ means ‘emitted from within’ and ‘luminescence’ is light created without heat vi). It seems that there is a debate in the scientific world about what the term luminescence actually means but Zhuravlev does use the word endogenous, most particularly to mean that the light comes from within the brain itself.
Karl Simanonok vii) speaks most specifically about light in the brain as endogenous, that is, intrinsic to the brain itself. This latter writer, a Space Physiologist and Neurophysiologist, puts forward a case for individual consciousness coming from a higher consciousness through an interface created in the brain by light already within it, in this he echoes Aristotle (Nichomachean Ethics). Simanonok’s thesis (2008), discussed a little below, is that individual consciousness can be derived from a higher consciousness, somewhere apparently outside of us, through an interface created in the brain through its endogenous light.
Endogenous Light, the sweepers, the mitochondria and the spaces.
I began to feel light energy coming into my body in 1995 and much more potently from August 13th 2003: I was aware that there was a dialogue between the light entering the body and that which was already there, both present and nascent. The change of frequency in this time was intense, destructive of my own peace that after years of meditation practice had been hard won.
I have experienced light frequency in the night for some years and these delicious moments of absorbing a soft, often pale blue light through my face and through the top of my head into the Pineal was a wonderful adjunct to regular increases in personal energy frequency. How did I recognise such updates? Well, sometimes I felt the frequency shift in my whole body through a slightly drunken feeling, or, more pleasantly still, through a quasi-sexual shimmering of my cells (this ‘shimmering’ begins in the heart or comes up from the feet): very delicious! After such events everything around me smelled very human, that is, the world that I usually accepted without question smelled very strongly of human beings and I could and still can smell someone else’s presence in my home after they have left.
Three years ago I sat with a dear friend, Denise Read, a Cape Town medic, and we talked and also noted from the experience in our two Practices, that the spaces in the body were becoming increasingly significant and that these spaces hold much that is yet unknown. At that time the mediastinum, at the site of the thymus, gave us great insight into the importance of the space behind or around specific organs and to which we will look more fully in a moment. In the same year, I had become aware of the significance of the cilia in the body and spoke with another medical friend, John Porterfield, asking him about my findings about the reticulum around the spine and the little, hair-like sweepers that beat in that reticulum. When I was treating people for depression I had been aware of the requirement to put blue light into the spinal reticulum, firstly because blue light has a specific healing quality – we have not chosen blue-light in our ambulances and police vehicles for nothing. Both medical friends helped me as I began to think more about the importance of the beaters and sweepers, the cilia, their place within the reticula and their obvious qualities as transmitters and locomotors of energy of some significance. When we sing or ‘sound’ through the body it is not only the lungs and voice box that create the singing but the great antenna of the spinal column that delivers the frequency to produce what is being created. The spinal column is a BAROMETER of body well-being and particularly the frequency at which the body and each and every organ within it is resonance. When I work in the spinal area I usually ask the person I am treating to take hypericum, or St John’s Wort, which is one of the finest natural, antiseptic cleansers available and particularly good for the spinal column. I feel that the plant is photon-full, not only because it attracts its own specific moth but because it can make livestock eating it photon-sensitive: when a feast becomes too much!
I had been aware of the importance of the reticula of some body organs for some time and that of the cilia which beat within the folds of the reticula. It seemed to me before I spoke to the two dear friends that the cilia must possess some way of dealing with frequency and/or frequency information and when earlier this year, I found Karl Simanonok’s work from 2008 vii) I was delighted that it supports what I was already finding in my treatments.
The Space scientist asks whether the cilia possess ‘photoreceptive (and possibly waveguide) capabilities, which evolution has built upon to create photoreceptors’ (my emphases) and I would say that they do: in my opinion they create and provide the Magnetic Field in which major functions in the body ignite. In asking such a question the scientist observes that ‘much of the innermost ependymal lining of the cerebral ventricles is ciliated (with the cilia having no known function)’. In recent years we have realised that there is no such thing as junk DNA…
Simanonok’s work supports a view that the cilia have signalling capacity and function:
‘It is proposed that ventricular ciliary beating is influenced by and becomes coordinated with the timing of neural activity so that endogenous light emissions are stimulated and guided out of ventricular cilia into dynamically resonant patterns in the ventricles’.
Of course this scientist is talking about the transit of LIGHT through the brain which is both crucial to the body’s evolution at this time whilst being stressful to all of the organs, especially those transforming first.
I have thought for some time now that motor neurone disease is produced by some kind of lack of fit or stress which is abrasive to the cilia: they are so small yet so powerfully significant as to be easily and consequentially harmed. In these times of high frequency intakes, the body is under great stress and, ironically, that which is beneficial may also be destructive. I suspect that if the incoming frequency is not met with honour appropriate to its owner then its effects in the body may be catastrophic.
What Simanonok says above might lead us to full investigation into how motor neurone disease is instigated in these terms further, Montague et al (July 2014) observe:
‘There is evidence implicating endoplasmic reticulum stress in the development and progression of neurodegenerative disease, including Huntingdon’s disease and in motor neuron disease where cellular stress disrupts functioning of the endoplasmic reticulum…’ viii)
I found Simananok’s paper on June 3rd 2015 having been thinking, knowing about and feeling the light base within my body for twenty years: the discovery of scientific support was thrilling. The difference for me is that the cilia themselves are the transmitters and frequency holders and they do the work incognito, as it were, of translating the frequency memory in the body. Such small beaters and sweepers are able to do this because they RECEIVE and pass on very high frequency information; they are thus the inconspicuous middle men between heaven and earth. Simanonok himself asks the question ‘do cilia have the possibility of wavelength capabilities?’ Well YES THEY DO! He says that if they do have such possibilities:
‘The dynamic photonic structure so formed in the brain’s spaces therefore becomes a nexus able to connect consciousness to the body.’
As we said at the start of this website, consciousness is a means of connecting the life within and the life without and that includes connecting us to a Higher Consciousness wherever that may be. Simanonok continues:
‘Conventional wisdom has virtual photons popping in and out of existence … but has little to say about the vast network of interconnected light that virtual photons must inhabit outside of our normal frame of reference because light experiences no time’ (my emphasis).
Indeed, we know scientifically that at the speed of light there is no time. How often do we hear, not least from Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox, that light exists continuously so that there is no reference to time within it. It is within the ‘virtual network’ that Simanonok finds the self-consciousness of consciousness: he notes that HERE is our reception and interpretation of higher consciousness. It was with such gratitude that I recently read this physicist’s view of the light pathways in the brain:
‘It is hypothesized that photons emitted from cells in the brain are guided to the surfaces of the brain’s fluid filled ventricular spaces (my emphases), where the photons interact with beating cilia lining those ventricles and are guided by the beat timing to form interference patterns in the ventricular spaces, creating an interface (a nexus) through which a tiny portion of the “light of God” is able to animate the corpus.’ We surely have to say ‘Eureka’!
Now light is a carrier of information, so it is unsurprising that it is involved with the very start of life. Zuravlev (1973) observed that before cell division the mitochondria emit light, so that as energy is being created for life there is a spark of light to pulse it. In this moment we have to put together the role of cilia and the mitochondria.
Mitochondria are the powerhouses of our cells, generating the energy that keeps us alive; they convert energy found in nutrients and store it in phosphate bonds, called adenosine triphosphate, an energy currency; they are very tiny and are too small to see under a light microscope. Mitochondria are immensely significant in their transmitting capacity, taking up calcium which is a signalling mechanism in the body and they store this trace element and release it when required, because the cell only requires calcium in specific doses.
Mitochondria are the prime, intracellular source of oxygen free radicals which have been much in the news in recent years as the harbingers of ageing and there is much talk in health circles of eating foods rich in anti-oxidants to help neutralise their raucous, scavenging behaviour.
There is, indeed, a maverick nature to the mitochondria, they are both magnificent and destructive at the same time, yet the reactive aspect of the free radical can easily take over and they require anti-oxidants to balance them so in a sense they are self-regulating. The production of adenosine triphosphate requires determined effort and the fierce nature of the free radical helps to create the finer resurgence of the energy production.
There are two membranes in each mitochondrion the inner of which falls into fine, finger-like projections that are called cristae and which fill part of the inside of the cell which is called the matrix. The cristae are like cilia, the part of the cell which is not filled are the spaces and we will look at their significance in the next paper.
The mitochondria are bean shaped in their simplest form but become more convoluted as their function becomes more complex and the greater the energy required by the cells of an organ the greater the number of mitochondria. The significant role of the mitochondria in the body cannot be overemphasised, they are the creators of body energy, are involved in signalling and create free radicals which involves them in the death of cells.
Mitochondrial DNA is the less well known and smaller part of the DNA in the chromosomes, some 16,500 base pairs in the mitochondria as opposed to 3.6 billion pairs in nuclear DNA. Mitochondrial DNA form circles. While each cell contains two copies of each chromosome, each mitochondrion contains many copies of the mitochondrial DNA for their job as containers of information for procreation and in order to make the proteins required for energy production. The chromosomes’ DNA comes from both parents but ALL the mitochondria and all the copies of the mitochondrial DNA in the fertilised egg come from the mother alone because the sperm can no longer live in the high acidity of the fertilised egg. What occurs in the mitochondria seems like a microcosm of life itself, they give and they take but when the mitochondrial DNA mutate, the body falls into serious disease and this fact alone is one of the magnificent keys to unlocking the mystery of disease and malfunction in human life at this time.
Now the mitochondria also appear to own their own light…
Simanonok also speaks of the mitochondria:‘Endogenous photons measured in the laboratory appear to originate randomly from mitochondria … and possibly some surrounding tissues in a process termed neurophotic resonance.’ (2008).
It is interesting that in disease of the mitochondria, the cristae disappear and are replaced by a fibrillary-granular material which is OPAQUE ix), so preventing further transmission of life-giving light.
Further, the mitochondria appear to have their own networks,
‘We think that mitochondria form networks to allow the contents of the matrix to mix’ x)
Such networks would seem very logical, given the role the mitochondria hold as transmitters, suppliers of body energy and TRANSMOGRIFIERS… for it is the mitochondria that keep the maverick card in the current changes to the body, changes that will fracture our intense conditioning and its correlative gridlock:
In this way we may say that:
Light is critical to the functioning of the body and in a way that we have not been aware of before.
Simanonok (2008) sees endogenous light as creating an INTERFACE between individual human consciousness and higher consciousness: Aristotle reformed.
One of the most significantly powerful transmitters of light engineering in the body is the CILIA and when all is not well in the endoplasmic reticulum, in particular, there lies ahead serious illness for the body.
Simanonok (2008) sees the photon structure in the brain’s spaces ‘as a nexus able to connect consciousness to the body’. I would prefer that consciousness is endemic to the body through its endogenous light and connects more or less, accordingly, with higher consciousness and, indeed, group consciousness: this is the body’s ‘knowing’.
Finally, for me, the mitochondria are vital, central and omniscient (!) in the great connections to consciousness THROUGH ENERGY: they are transmitters; they are mavericks (both good and bad guys) in their powerhouse sourcing of body energy whilst being able, through their production of free radicals, to bring about the death of the cell…
Simanonok puts forward laboratory evidence for photonic resonance as visible in the mitochondria.
i Victor Caston’s paper is a useful starting point and guide to reading of Aristotle on this head, Mind,Vol III.444 October 2002.
ii Popp, F.A., ‘Photon Storage in Biological Systems’, in Electromagnetic Bioinformation, Popp F.A., Becker G., König H.L., Peschka, W., (eds) Urban & Schwarzenberg, Baltimore (1979).
iii) Zhuravlev, A.I., Tsvylev, O.P., Zubkova, S.M., 1973, ‘Spontaneous Endogenous Ultraweak Luminescence of the Mitochondria of the Rat Liver in Conditions of Normal Metabolism’ Biophysics 18:1101.
iv)Montagnier L, Aissa J, Del Giudice ED, Lavallee C, Tdeschi and Vitiello G. DNA waves and water. Journal of Physics: Conferences Series, 2011, in print arXiv:1012.5166Ms
v Stagnero, Sergio and Caramel, Simone A New Way of Therapy based on Water Memory-Information: the Quantum biophysical Approach. (2011)
vi I am very aware of light in my body and that sometimes it feels cold and fast, or scintillating.
vii Simanonok, Karl ‘Endogenous Light Nexus Theory of Consciousness’ (2008) www. Yave-yavo.org/science/cam/files
viii Montague, K et al, ‘Endoplasmic reticulum stress in spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy: a potential target for therapy’, www.PubMed.gov 2014, (137) (Pt7) 1894-906, US Library of Medicine.
ix Mitkrosk, Z, Forsch, Anat ‘Mitochondrial origin of centrioles and cilia in some human endocrine neoplasms’ www.PubMed.gov (1975) 89 (5) 884-98, US Library of Medicine.