The Sun and Moon's Influence on Us and on the
World We Live
Four forces maintain order on our
planet, our moon and across the entire universe - these are the weak nuclear force, the
strong nuclear force, gravity and the electromagnetic
field. Gravity and magnetic fields manage all the
components within the universe and beyond, continually pulling and opposing, holding
each in its
appointed place and orbit.
The sun is an uncontrolled nuclear reaction, breaking down atoms
into charged particles that are emitted at the speed of light
from the sun's surface in solar storms. Black areas on the
sun, known as 'sunspots' are the result of these gigantic
magnetic storms which come and go over a 22-year cycle.
In Britain in 1974, Dr Hope-Simpson discovered that all
major influenza outbreaks had coincided with sunspot maxima
because of its magnetic energy fields. During times of
sunspot maxima, the solar wind of charged particles is much
greater, which causes distortions in the Earth's own magnetic
field. These changes can weaken our body's immunity
levels, leaving us more vulnerable to infection.
Life itself is down to our own planet's magnetic field.
The Earth's iron-rich crust was magnetised from friction against
its own molten core long before life first appeared on the
planet. In fact the first life forms to develop
were cyanobacteria, followed by blue-green algae.
Through its processes of photosynthesis, the algae subsequently
created sugar from sunlight, which then produced oxygen as a
by-product. As a result, oxygen became available for life
to develop, and so the protective ozone layer began to form.
Positive ions in the atmosphere have harmful effects on health,
whilst negative ions are hugely beneficial. Whenever an
atom loses electrons, it has more protons which result in
an overall positive charge. If an atom gains electrons, it
has fewer protons and so it becomes negatively charged.
Our bodies extensively use elements such as calcium, potassium
and sodium ions for transmitting electrical signals between the
brain and the nerves. Large quantities of ions can
therefore immensely affect our health because they interfere
with our own internal communications system, at a cellular
Have you ever wondered for example, why the moon's cycles
have such an effect on us, our emotions, our wildlife and on our
At the time of the full moon, there are more
positive ions at the Earth's surface which is why people
seem to suffer with more stress. An influx of positive
ions causes blood to flow more slowly and so oxygen in the blood
is not carried to the muscles and brain as efficiently.
During this time, there are many more murders, more arrests,
brawls, mood swings, arguments and much more violence than at
any other time in the month. This is where the origins of
the word 'lunatic' come from; 'luna' being Latin for 'moon'.
Consequently, when there are more negative ions at the
Earth's surface at the time of the new moon, organic life
flourishes and seedlings become stronger and they grow better.
That is why many cultures around the globe who fully appreciate
the importance of working alongside nature, traditionally plant
their crops around the time of the new moon. Negative ions
create less stress, more feelings of calm and less health
problems, resulting in more balance and harmony in the body.
Magnets have an important role to play in natural healing as
their use truly
encourages and speeds up the body’s natural healing abilities.
They 'organise' unpaired electrons in both positive and negative
ions, so that these charged particles are all spinning in the
same direction. All living organisms and materials are
affected by magnets in this way, and as humans, we're no
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The above information should not be treated as a substitute for the
medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care