Jakob Lorber (July 22, 1800–August 24, 1864) was a Christian mystic and visionary who referred to himself as “God’s scribe”. He wrote that on 15 March 1840 he began hearing an ‘inner voice’ from the region of his heart and thereafter transcribed what it said. By the time of his death 24 years later he had written manuscripts equivalent to 10,000 pages in print, expecting and receiving no financial reward for his work.
The Healing Power of the Sunlight is one of Jakob’s books, which discusses the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of sunlight and ways to effectively use the sunlight for healing and spiritual awakening.
The Healing Power of the Sunlight
A Revelation from the Spirit of God Received through the Inner Word And written down by The prophet Jakob Lorber
THIRD METHOD OF ABSORBING THE RAYS OF THE SUN.
Seek to obtain a salt from which all mineral components, especially arsenic, have been eliminated. The best would be an absolutely pure sulphuric salt or a pure sea salt which would have to be thoroughly calcined until it no longer emits any visible vapour. Then it should be carefully pulverized.
This salt, just as in the two previous methods the sugar, would have to be exposed to the rays of the sun for 2 or 3 months and also in a type of vessel as earlier described, preferably of a dark violet colour.
When the salt is exposed to the sun it is of importance that, several times during the day, it is stirred up well with a glass stick, specially made for this purpose. This stirring up or mixing is necessary because the finely pulverized salt would be lying approximately 4 mm. high in the vessel in which it is exposed to the sun. So that all the salt particles at the bottom are exposed to the rays of the sun, the stirring must be done in such a way that not too many furrows or little heaps are formed. If this cannot be avoided, they must be levelled so that the sunrays can work evenly on the whole surface.
After such salt types have been sufficiently impregnated by the rays of the sun during the prescribed time, just as the sugar in the first and second method, they have to be protected from the effects of the atmospheric air in the driest place of the house, in dry boxes.
When one wants to use it in case of some illness, special little spoons have to be made for this purpose, either of pure gold or pure silver, for taking out the needed quantity of salt. The tiny scoop must have a capacity no bigger than a lentil would fill, and this quantity is quite sufficient for adults. Children under 14 years shall be given only half of this quantity and children under 6 only a quarter. For this salt, especially the pure sulphur salt, has an extremely strong effect and acts particularly upon the bone structure, as well as on the teeth and hair, and is, therefore, to be used above all in cases of bone fractures. If someone has broken a leg and the fracture is properly set and put in splints, it will be healed completely a few days after the salt has been taken. If it is a complicated fracture and the flesh and muscles of the leg are injured, such injury can also be treated externally, either with compresses of sunned water or with the well-known greenish arnica ointment, but 1 to 2 doses of the described salt must always be added to the water and to the ointment. However, for internal use, at the most 1-1/2 doses of this salt may be used even with the most robust person and it may be taken only once, for if it were taken more often, it would soon bring death instead of healing. Since it acts mainly on the bone structure, it would promote the ossification (bone growth) to such an extent that a person could soon become ossified in all his parts. When properly used, it gives the whole body a proper current and gradually brings about a complete change in the body, so that after a year, nothing is left of the body the soul has been carrying around laboriously a year ago. Even teeth that people have lost are replaced, but the older teeth may become longer. Therefore, the doses must not be exceeded, as otherwise there may be trouble with a person’s teeth.
This shows the special effect of this salt. Properly used it heals, just as the earlier mentioned remedies, every physical disease, but great care must be taken. With the earlier shown methods, no particular damage can be done if the patient, considering his nature and the disease, is administered a somewhat larger dose or, if necessary, repeated in a few days. But with this salt there must never be a repeat, except after 10 years, and the dose must never exceed the prescribed measure. The diet must be observed quite as carefully as with the earlier described methods. But the patient must abstain from sour drinks or foods for at least 14 days longer than with the other methods. This salt contains exceedingly intensive soul specifics, which are more or less also contained in every other acid, and it would initially attract the homogeneous soul specifics from all the other acids that enter the stomach and body, increasing them excessively, and the effect would be the same as if one already taken a double or triple dose in the beginning.
Furthermore, this salt has the effect, that if put on the tongue of a person near death, provided his organism is not yet too badly ruined, he can either recover completely or at least prolong his life span.
As to the question of which type of sulphate should be used, the answer is this: I know better than all the chemists and pharmacists that a variety of preparations are produced and many more than are so far known can be produced and called “sulphuric salts”, since sulphur – partly a mineral, partly a fat, originating from the inner bowels of the earth – contains as many types of salt as it does various mineral parts. However, all this I do not call the general sulphur; what I describe as “salt” is the acid in the sulphur. And the acid, as it is known to you, is made of two kinds, namely the familiar smoking brown kind and the refined one free from water. This latter kind shall be treated, so that it crystallizes and the crystals have then to be freed from all moisture content by some suitable method.
After having been dried as far as possible, the crystals are then put in a clean porcelain vessel and ground to powder with a pestle. While grinding, a quantity of as much as possible arsenic-free blossoms of sulphur – to one teaspoonful of the salt a quarter of that – is added and well mixed into the other powder. This mixture is then the sulphate to be used as described above for the required purpose.
In this way, a pharmacist or chemist – if he will take the trouble – can prepare the needed sulphate, but it will not be easy, because the crystals won from the pure sulphuric acid are difficult to dry. Here time will be helpful to achieve this if the sulphuric acid is allowed to crystallize until the crystals have become quite solid.
There are still several other methods of causing such concentrated pure sulphuric acid to crystallize. It is not as difficult to produce the crystal as it is to produce completely arsenic-free flowers of sulphur. For producing these crystals the pure white concentrated English sulphuric acid is preferable, as its preparation is purest in England.
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