2015 April

Did you Know?  Linen

The Kings Chamber in the Great Pyramid in Egypt has a Hertz (Hz) of 121 and the sarcophagus in that chamber measures 117 Hz. Frequency in an empty tomb? What?

Hertz is one cycle per second meaning… electromagnetic vibrations of humans, plants and essential oils, are measured in megahertz (MHz). 1 MHz = one million Hz. One million cycles per second around an atom creating energy.

Another unit of measure is called signature frequency. A Jewish Doctor, Heidi Yellen measured the frequencies of fabrics. She found the following:

Flax-linen has 5000 units of energy
Camel hair – 5000 units
Wool of lamb or goat – 5000 units
Organic cotton – 100
Cotton – 40
Bio-engineered cotton – zero
Silk – 15 units
Polyester – zero
Nylon / Rayon – zero
Black of any textile fabric – zero

Extensive research done in 2003 showed that wearing wool and linen together clashed and would drop the frequency to zero. People would not be as mentally alert, physically feeling heavy, prone to illness, and tending to experience aches and pains. Could perhaps our man-made and blended clothes contribute to unwellness?

Could linen with prayer help strengthen and  heal?  Read the following story and decide for yourself…

Doctor Yellen writes of the testimony shared by a Judaic Karaite man whose wife delivered an infant who failed to breathe. Calling 911, waiting, gripped with the inevitable and grief stricken, he grabbed his linen prayer shawl and held his daughter in his arms for 30 min praying while EMS arrived.

When the paramedics arrived, and had not yet touched the infant, there was a dramatic color change for the infant who was now breathing. He testified that this special child, an active little girl, “has a brilliant mind and does well in school.” He denied any abnormalities from this event or disabilities due to prolonged lack of oxygen.

Did this linen shawl contribute to the healing of this infant – demonstrating the benefits of obedience to the specific Biblical requirements for linen for religious ceremonies?

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