Marc Lacasse, will be responsible for the creating of a minimum
of 10,000 Immortals around the world, including myself, in this
lifetime, through LIGHT,
WATER, MAGNETISM. I define an "Immortal" as a human
being who remains in the physical body for a minimum of 150 years.
need to understand something: when you meet your family for Christmas,
none of the atoms that make up your face were present the last
time you met them 6 months prior on the 4th of July. They have
all been replaced by new atoms. Some of these atoms made up the
bodies of dinosaurs millions of year ago. Sorry.
are human being on this planet who live without food of any kind
and who derive their energy solely from the sun and cosmic energy.
working on a version for the carotid artery, in the neck.
version of the DIY Quantlet, on the carotid artery of the
neck. 2 ice packs are used for spot cold thermogenesis.
Yes, I am very special.
a headset version. Infrared red light penetrates tissues
several centimeters deep and builds Exclusion Zone Water
in the cells, according to Dr. Gerald Pollack's research.
Not shown here is the INTRANASAL red light.
9,2017 version of the DIY Quantlet. (1-minute video)
Pollack tells us that the water in our cells, the water surrounding
our mitochondria, is EZ WATER, EXCLUSION ZONE WATER. "Exclusion"
because it excludes everything larger than protons.
Kruse tells us that everything we know about proteins, we know
from REMOVING THE WATER FROM THE PROTEINS AND STUDYING THEIR BEHAVIOR.
BUT PROTEINS IN LIFE SIT IN EZ WATER, AND THEY BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY
OF OPTICS AND HOW LIGHT BEHAVES AS IT PASSES THROUGH EZ WATER.
This is why Jack Kruse says that most of the stuff found in biochemistry
books today needs to be revised. (Actually he calls it "horseshit".)
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