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The Phytonic Consumption of Agape





Quantum physics thus reveals a basic oneness of the universe.” – Erwin Schrodinger

Kirilian photography, named after the famous Russian inventor Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, captures the aura fields (the electrical magnetic field forming tiny electrical impulses) around our body.


Kirlian Photography

The image of a halo representing an aura field, or spectrum of light, surrounding ones physical body, has been an extraordinarily popular symbol throughout the history of art.

IMG_0149Light-fields have been depicted in numerous cultures throughout the millennia.

In fact it is now widely accepted throughout both eastern and western sciences that we are not really living in a solid physical reality but rather an ever-connect, multi-dimensional reality that consists of energy.









The aspect of only a physical body is a mere illusion of the truth.









Taken from the kundalini website Fullspectrum…

“The human energy is thought to contain information that relates to all the activity going on within and around the person. The human aura or light body is invisible because our eyes only respond to a band of wavelengths called the visible spectrum and as the aura lies outside of this most people are unable to see it with the naked eye.”

The invisible bridge between physical reality and the etheric.


Aurora borealis







Double Rainbow Yosemite, CA








Breathtaking luminosity can be seen throughout nature in the form of various light phenomenon.


Sun halo Stockholm, Sweden






Aura borealis

Chlorophyll, a very important biomolecule critical to the process of photosynthesis, allows plants to absorb energy from light and, in particular, sunlight.

Photons, best explained through the principals of quantum physics, are the most fundamental particles of light and critical to the light absorption process.









Virtually all the food and oxygen taken into the body are consumed by physical mitochondria producing our bodies energy.



“Sunlight is the most abundant energy source on this planet. However, the ability to convert sunlight into biological energy in the form of adenosine-5′-triphosphate (ATP) is thought to be limited to chlorophyll-containing chloroplasts in photosynthetic organisms.  Here we show that mammalian mitochondria can also capture light and synthesize ATP when mixed with a light-capturing metabolite of chlorophyll.  The same metabolite fed to the worm Caenorhabditis elegans leads to increase in ATP synthesis upon light exposure, along with an increase in life span. We further demonstrate the same potential to convert light into energy exists in mammals, as chlorophyll metabolites accumulate in mice, rats and swine when fed a chlorophyll-rich diet.  Results suggest chlorophyll type molecules modulate mitochondrial ATP by catalyzing the reduction of coenzyme Q, a slow step in mitochondrial ATP synthesis.  We propose that through consumption of plant chlorophyll pigments, animals, too, are able to derive energy directly from sunlight.” – U.S National Library of Medicine

The role of mitochondria is to extract energy from nutrients to produce the critically important macromolecule ATP.

ATP molecular structure

ATP molecular structure

“The major energy currency molecule of the cell, ATP, is evaluated in the context of creationism. This complex molecule is critical for all life from the simplest to the most complex. It is only one of millions of enormously intricate nanomachines that needs to have been designed in order for life to exist on earth. This motor is an excellent example of irreducible complexity because it is necessary in its entirety in order for even the simplest form of life to survive.”

“A nanomachine is a complex precision microscopic-sized machine that fits the standard definition of a machine.”

In the 1970’s the German scientist Fritz-Albert Popp concluded that DNA, RNA and chlorophyll are major sources of Biophotons.

Biophotons are powerful but small light waves emitted by almost every living creatures.

Popp discovered that wild plants are the richest nutritive source of biophotons.

In fact, organic or wild, chlorophyll-rich dandelion leaves, nettle, edible grasses, mushrooms, nuts and berries as highly recommended sources of Biophotons and to be consumed in raw form in order to maximize their biophotonic potential.


News emphasizing the importance of Biophotonic energy and aura fields are just now beginning to appear in mainstream media…


Raw and, in particular, wild plants/fruits consumed within three to four hours after being picked are the best source of ATP as well as micro-biophotonic energy.







“Slowly we are beginning to accept that spirit or vital energy is inherent in matter and that without spirit matter cannot exist. The idea that we live in a world of invisible forces, a cosmic soup held together within energy matrixes of varying densities vibrating at different speeds is slowly being substantiated by present day research and ever more sensitive technology.”

Kirlian photography was an early breakthrough regarding visual evidence of a literal life-field energy force. Since then the science behind quantum mechanics, astrophysics and spiritual theory have sided with the idea of their being some form of multi-dimensional, higher aspect to our body/reality. This reality would be comprised of light waves and sound waves inter-linked via an ambiguous and dynamic network of ever-expanding intelligence defined by most as consciousness.

What we consume has a profound effect on our physical bodies and, in a literal sense, becomes that which we are comprised of.

Respect the food which you consume and strive for maximum physical, biological potential as it is undeniably linked to all that is You and to all those that surround you.

Find value in the simple act of compassion and embody the most powerful force in the Universe, for that which we embody and that which we consume becomes a reflection of that in which we are…