The Structure of Salt and Why No Thoughts and No Actions Without Salt

Posted On: 03/22/2016 - Viewed: 20525
Salt has a specific crystalline structure. In contrast to the structure of water, which is tetrahedral in shape, the grid structure of salt is cubic in form. This cube is constructed from light quanta, also called photons, which are pure light energy. The light/ heat energy of the sun evaporated the primal oceans more than 250 million years ago and the energy experienced for this dehydration is stored in the platonic body of the salt’s crystalline grid as potential energy. By adding water, the force of the grid can be overcome, so that the energy it holds is liberated. In this process, the elements within the crystal salt are ionized, allowing them to penetrate the body’s cells. This creates an ocean of energy, a powerful potential, just waiting to create and sustain life.
The Mutability of Salt
From a scientific point of view, salt has a very unique property. In contrast to all other crystalline structure, the atomic structure of salt is not molecular, but electrical. This fact is what makes salt so mutable. When we submerge a quartz crystal into water and remove it after 10 minutes, it is still the same quartz crystal. It did not change molecularly, though it has a crystalline structure. Although the crystal can give its energy, its frequency pattern into the surrounding water, which is effortlessly absorbed, the quartz crystal remains the same. The crystal is too rooted in matter to be dissolved or disassociated from its polarity.
 
When we submerge a crystal of salt into water, it dissolves, and the sole is created. Sole is neither water nor salt. It is a higher energetic dimension than either the water or the salt alone. When the sole evaporates, the salt is left behind. This transformability of salt ensures that it does not have to be metabolized in our body. Starch is transformed into sugar, protein into amino acids and fat into glycerin and acid- but the salt remains salt. It is directly available to the cells in its ionized form as sole. All other foods must be separated into their components in order for the body to make use of them. But salt always remains in its original form. As sole, it even accesses our brain directly.
 
No Thoughts and No Actions Without Salt
Even the most simple process in our body needs salt or its inherent elements in ionized form. For example, it is the task of our nervous system to transmit to our brain the stimulation that has been recorded via sensory input. The brain in return passes this information back to our muscles in order for us to react. An electric potential occurs at the membrane wall of the cells when the positively charged potassium ions leave the cells and the positively charged sodium ions cannot enter due to their size. The outside becomes positively charged and the inside negatively charged. When a nerve cell is stimulated, its membrane suddenly becomes polar opposite and consequently is permeable for the sodium ions. In one-thousandth of a second (1/1000th), the electrical potential is transformed and releases, with every nerve impulse, 90 mill volts of energy. The received stimuli are now being converted into thoughts and actions. Without the elements potassium and sodium in the salt, this process is not possible.
 
Not even a singly thought is possible, let alone an action, without their presence. Just the simple act of drinking a glass of water requires millions of instructions that come as impulses. In the beginning there is the thought. This thought is nothing but an electromagnetic frequency. The salt is responsible for creating this frequency and transmitting the command to the executing muscles and organs.
 
The Conductivity of Salt
From science class, most of us are familiar with an experiment on the conductivity of salt. We attach two ends of an interrupted electric circuit to a light bulb and submerge it into a glass with distilled water. Because this water is not conductive, the bulb does not light up. But when we add a little bit of salt into the water, the bulb instantly begins to glow. It is the same with our body. If we lack the natural elements of the salt, we are suffering from chronic loss, a chronic energy deficit, or deficit of information. Salt cannot be labeled as a medication, because that would imply that apples were a medication, too. Salt is a core essential nutrient with exceptional abilities and qualities fundamental for keeping us alive. In natural crystal salt we can find what our body might be lacking: the respective frequency pattern, as well as the necessary bio-chemical availability. There is a perfect example of how a lack of energy can cause suffering. At times we hear of major electrical shutdowns where several states and millions of people are affected. Everyone in those areas suffers from this lack of energy.
 
Now isn’t this also an example of something lacking? But in this example it reflects a lack in our society. Something is missing in our society that needs to be replaced. Only then can we restore balance and come into perfect harmony. We have to understand, through suffering, what exactly we have to add to our lives. Here, our society is also a body suffering. If we choose, we can look for the cause and eliminate it, just as we look for the cause of our own individual suffering. In this way, we can eliminate the suffering of all of society, bringing the whole world into perfect balance and peace.
 
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Water & Salt- The Essence of Life- The Healing Power of Nature- Dr.Med. Barbara Hendel, Peter Ferreira (Page 86-91)
 
 
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