This week we are revisiting the sun’s energy in a bottle of water, also called solarised water. Put another way, that is, the role which the sun’s radiation in a clear glass bottle of water can play in the healing of COVID-19 infections.
Dr Doyin Okupe encouraged me to revisit the idea of solarised water, which helped me out of “look-alike symptoms” of COVID-19 infection last year with his hypothesis that poor people who spend long hours under sunlight do not fall easy preys to COVID-19. He theorises that, because sunlight helps us humans produce Vitamin D3 which, he says, knocks out the virus, sunlight is a natural medicine for coronavirus. He made the argument interesting by suggesting, though without records, that most of the people who are dying are people who move from air conditioned homes into air conditioned cars which take them to air conditioned offices. On the other side are people who spend almost all their outdoor lives under the sun. In this bracket are market women, bricklayers, labourers, farmers, bus conductors, motorcycle riders, street traders and the likes of them.
Vitamin D3 is not new on the Alternative Medicine cure menu list. It has been suggested for use in cancer of the breast, colon, lungs and prostate. It is popular also in treatment of diabetes 1 and 2, rickets, osteoporosis, osteopenia, osteomalacia, cardiovascular disease, auto immune infections, irritable bowl syndrome (IBS), psychological disorders, multiple sclerosis, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus, dementia, parkinson’s disease, alzheimer’s disease, schitzophrenia, anxiety disorders, depression. There is hardly any disease that is not connected nowadays to Vitamin D3 deficiency.
This is easy to understand. The human body is about 70 percent water. The energy for our planet, earth, comes from the sun. We are reminded that the Dinosaurs, the highest evolved animals in their Age, became extinct when a certain cloud stood between the sun’s energising rays of light and the earth, making the planet cooler than is necessary to support life. Just as the plants use the sun’s energy in photosynthesis, the human skin carries out a form of photosynthesis as well. It converts the sun’s energy into vitamin D3 which energises the body. About 40 percent of the sun’s energy is said to come from green plants and oily fish while 60 percent is believed to come directly from the sun. About one billion people on earth are said to suffer from vitamin D3 deficiency because they are under exposed to the sun or cannot make enough vitamin D3 when the sun’s energy touches their skin or because their intestine cannot efficiently absorb vitamin D3.
When sunlight strikes a water source, it charges the water with energy and the water becomes more reactive to pass on this energy. This is living water or water that is alive. The water many of us drink, cook or bathe with is dead water which has been stored in plastics or piped through galvanised steel or plastic pipes. Drinkable water can be made more alive and living by solarising it. Solarising water means it is kept in a glass bottle from sunrise to sunset to absorb all seven energy frequncies of the sun or specific energy wave lengths, depending on the color of the glass bottle and the needs of the individual. Red, orange and yellow glasses provide high solar energy water.
Green, indigo and violet bottles provide calming energy, especially in pain situations (Pls read about solarised water on the internet). During my encounter with COVID-19 look alike symptoms for three weeks about March or April last year, I drank solarised water everyday from clear (white glass bottles) (see www.olufemikusa.com for COVID-19: look alike symptoms join the lexicon).
I found solarised water energising and healing. I was encouraged to drink it by the findings of many scientific experiments. I still clearly remember one of them. Before some pigs were slaughtered, they were given high doses of vitamin D3 in their drinking water compared to the control group, their intestines absorbed calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron etc better. Their muscles also filled up better with tocopherols (vitamin E), and their bones had higher calcium density.