The purpose of this lesson is to philosophically analyze the nature of human blood through Ehret's theoretical frame.
Video: Why Iron Kills Stars: Black Hole Birth
http://www.livescience.com/common/media ... 02_BH_Iron
As you watch the video (link found above) meditate on the nature of human blood and consider its iron content. In what ways can you connect the nature of human "iron" to the radioactive iron found in space, i.e. the sun and other stars? What happens to the iron in your blood when it combines with oxygen? What happens when oxygen comes into contact with iron mined from the Earth? To what extent can explanations of these questions allow for a deeper understanding about the potentials of our physiology and the nature of our blood?
I wrote the following poem a few years ago. Read it before and after watching the video. You may also want to watch the video a few times. Can you find anything problematic with our contemporary interpretation of what a black hole is?
Red Blood Vessels
When the earth had no water
I breathed freely.
Radioactive red suns flowed
Through my veins
Illuminating the heavens.
I was the glowing black hole,
Host of the Omniverse,
Chosen to settle among
Blood red pines and tend
Abundant pink and purple
Phalaenopsis with my exhale.
Vibrant petals stretch and bloom.
Masterfully knitted with great detail.
The dark green stems tunnel down
Bringing forth the smell of
Love and the sound of Bliss.
The suns in my Omniversal vessels
Flowed freely, stirring the eternal flame
Emitting the vibrations of cleanliness,
OOM BOOM BA BOOM, Bloom the
Effervesce of the immortal host.
Before the ravishing of ripe red apples
And tart scarlet cherries was a time
Of pure music. Love the style, Air the
Harmony, Hue the melody, Man the
Instrument and OOM BOOM BA
BOOM the driving rhythm.
Please review “The New Physiology Cont.” Lessons 8-9 Blood Composition and Blood Building in the Mucusless Diet Healing System. Also, examine some definitions for "Radioactivity." Use the following questions as a platform for further discussion.
1. Some people say that health is about the radioactivity of the blood. What is meant by this?
2. What does Ehret think "white blood corpuscles" are?
3. Who is Dr. Thomas Powell and what does he call mucus?
4. Who is Julius Hensel and what is his argument regarding the composition of human blood?
5. Fill in the blank: "I presume that the truth and importance is this: The ____ color of blood is the most characteristic quality of this "quite special sap" and is due to _____-____, ____." -Arnold Ehret, Mucusless Diet, Lesson 8.
6. In Lesson 9 Ehret argues that his dietary system will help build perfect human blood. Explain how and why.