Speaking metaphorically to his followers, Jesus proclaimed that they were the “light of the world;” meaning they were to let their  good deeds become an inspiration to others.  Fritz-Albert Popp a theoretical biophysicist at the University of Marburg in Germany literally declared “we now know today, that man is essentially a being of light.”

Popp conducted numerous studies on the interaction of electromagnetic (EM) radiation on biological systems in his search for a cure for cancer.  Inspired by the UV light experiments of a Russian biologist named Alexander Gurwitsch, who discovered that onion roots could communicate with each other by ultraviolet light, Popp began his own investigation into the phenomenon of the photorepair of cells.

In his excellent internet research paper entitled “Is DNA The Next Internet,” Dan Eden comments on Popp’s research.  “It is well known from biological experiments that if you blast a cell with UV light so that 99% of the cell, including the DNA, is destroyed, you can almost entirely repair the damage in a single day just by illuminating the cell with the same wavelength at a much weaker intensity.  This known as photorepair.

Popp knew that patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum eventually die because their photorepair system can’t repair solar damage.  He was also aware that photorepair works most efficiently at 380 nm, the same frequency that cancer-causing compounds react to and scramble.  This being so, Popp theorized that there was some kind of light in the body responsible for photorepair and that a compound must cause cancer because it permanently blocks this light and scrambles it so photorepair can’t work.”

To be continued….

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