rana is life force, The Force in Star Wars. Prana is the energy that creates and constitutes the whole universe. Prana also exists in our food. But how do we know?
Andre Simoneton made this possible with a simple pendulum on a piece of string, popularly known as dowsing. Dowsing has been relied on to detect oil drilling sites and ore deposits. Many scientists are researching into this technique to determine how it works.
The way this works is that the subtle radiations emitted by organic matter affect the motion of a pendulum, causing it to swing and spin. By measuring the distance of a pendulum's arc, and the speed of its spin, Andre was able to measure specific wavelengths which indicate the intrinsic vitality and relative freshness of different foods.
On the basis of his findings, Andre Simoneton divided foods into four general classes. On a scale of zero to 10,000 angstroms (A), he found the basic human wavelength to be about 6,500 A. Foods that have wavelengths between 6,500 and 10,000 A, he regarded as those of the highest quality. In this first class are fruits, fresh vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, ocean fish and shellfish.
In the next class, with radiations 6,500 to 3,000 A, are eggs, peanut oil, wine, boiled vegetables, cane sugar and cooked fish. The third category, with very weak radiations below 3,000 A, is comprised of cooked meats, sausages, coffee, tea, chocolate, jams, processed cheeses and white bread. The fourth category exhibits practically no life force and includes margarine, conserves, alcoholic spirits, refined white sugar and bleached flour.
Simoneton found that food with a vital radiance of 8,000 to 10,000 A also caused the pendulum to rotate at the amazing speed of 400 — 500 revolutions per minute over a radius of 80 millimeters. Those between 6,000 and 8,000 A spin at 300 — 400 revolutions per minute over a radius of 60 millimeters. However, meats, pasteurized milk and overcooked vegetable, which all have a value of less than 2,000, are too low in energy to cause the pendulum to revolve at all.
Simoneton's investigations provide strong support for those who advocate a vegetarian diet based on whole grains and fresh vegetables; these are the foods most abundant in life force. Wheat, for example, has a value of 8,500 A which rises to 9,000 when it's cooked. Vegetables are most radiant when fresh from the garden, losing about one-third of their life force by the time they reach the shops, and another one-third when cooked. The exception is tubers, which are usually fortified by cooking. The potato, for instance, is measured at only 2,000 when raw, but when boiled this shoots to 7,000 and to 9,000 when baked. The emanations of legumes (daal) - peas, beans, lentils, etc. - are lessened by drying; they register a hearty 7,000 to 8,000 when fresh. Fruits are best eaten just ripe - they become increasingly valueless as decay sets in.
As far as meats are concerned, Simoneton finds them to be almost prana-less. Meat has only second class vibrations at best, and this sinks to low in the third category when it’s cooked. The exception is freshly cured ham which is enhanced by the process of salting and smoking. Sea foods must be eaten raw to gain their full value, otherwise they drop into the second category.
According to Simoneton's data, the effects of food processing are disastrous. Milk has a value of 6,500 A when fresh, but loses ninety percent within twenty-four hours. After pasteurization there are no bioenergy radiations at all. The same is true for pasteurized fruit and vegetable juices, and for canned fruits. The fresh juice of sugar beet is rated at 8,500, but refined white sugar drops to 1,000 or less, while white, granulated sugar gives a reading of zero. Other processed foods like margarine, alcohol and bleached white flour also give readings similar to dead matter.
Simoneton's research would suggest that for optimum health we eat vegetables, grain, fruit, nuts and other foods which emit a radiance higher than the human average. This is in accord with the recommendations of ancient yogic texts and the scriptures of many religions.
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