A lot of people are really concerned about the radiation spewing from that broken nuclear reactor in Japan, and rightly so. The media gleefully picked up the story for a couple days, then “the powers that be” thought it’d be a good idea to bomb a tin-pot dictator on the other side of the world, and the news media mostly forgot about the Fukushima disaster.
Is there a radiation problem? Yes and no…
There’s a ideological struggle in interpreting the reports about the reactor site. Some people are worrying their little hearts out, while nuclear apologists say the extra radiation isn’t a big deal at all. I agree with both sides, but I have no doubt that some people will experience negative health effects from the additional radiation in the environment.
Edgar Cayce frequently said that “mind is the builder” of our physical experience. We are actively creating our experience from year-to-year and day-to-day.
Worrying about radiation will amplify whatever hazard is actually present.
One of the planet’s best energy healers recently told about the time she met a woman from Chernobyl, though she didn’t know where this “woman without an aura” was from when she approached her. She’d never seen a person in such a state before, and wondered how she could survive. Auras are easy to repair, restore, and strengthen, if you know what kind of techniques and technology (magnets and carbon steel) to use.
Cayce didn’t have to cover Radiation in the readings, because his physical life experience ended just before the first atomic bombs were dropped on Japan. He’d have to say something today, because environmental radiation – both electromagnetic and nuclear – does trigger all sorts of health problems, including leukemia and other sorts of cancer.
Carbon Steel harmonizes the body’s energies better than anything else. When used in the Radial Appliance, it strengthens the body’s energy fields, and repairs the aura specifically. When a piece of high-carbon steel is carried in the pocket, it optimizes the ionization of the body:
“Do not take this as being something of superstition, or as something that would be a good luck charm, – but if the entity will wear about its person, or in its pocket, a metal that is carbon steel – preferably in the groin pocket – it will prevent, it will ionize the body – from its very vibrations – to resist cold, congestion, and those inclinations for disturbance with the mucous membranes of the throat and nasal passages.” [1842-1]
When the tsunami damaged that reactor, I didn’t have a piece of Carbon Steel that would fit conveniently in my pocket, and I knew I’d need more than one.