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The Power of Hydrogen

Let’s look more closely at pH. pH stands for the power of hydrogen — the power of light — and pH is a little more complicated than we realize. Yes, we want our pH to be ~ 7. But not all 7s are the same. We want a pH 7 that’s the resolve value of a 0 and a 14 — in other words, we want a full range of motion. We don’t want a pH 7 that’s the resolve value of a 4 and a 10 — that gives us a much more narrow range. And we certainly don’t want a pH 7 that’s the resolve of a 7 and a 7. A “pure” pH 7 is static, and light that is static is dead. It’s not light; it’s matter.

We manipulate our pH to toggle with the speed of time. As the universe expands and its density decreases, time is speeding up and light is slowing down. We must do the same. We need to accelerate, but we don’t accelerate in a linear fashion. We don’t fly straight up in the air or we would stall out — like an airplane. In order to go up, first we must go down.

In other words, in order to decrease our density, first we must gather density. How do we gather density? But slowing down time (slowing down the core metabolic rate). (Melatonin helps to do this.) But what if we’re already too dense and too slow? Then we get caught in a metabolic trap. If I’m too dense to begin with, meaning I’ve already fallen behind time to a significant degree, there’s no more “room” for me to gather speed. I’m like a slingshot whose resting position is already drawn all the way back. I can’t go any slower metabolically because it would make my light spin too fast.

I’m at this metabolic tipping point now. When my light spins too fast, I get hot flashes and night sweats. In perimenopause, I’m using the majority of my 0 – 14 range. Relative to the speed of time, my metabolism is becoming too slow (alkalosis), and my pH is becoming too fast (acidosis). My pH looks normal on tests — 7ish — but it’s a narrow 7. There’s not enough room to move. Hydrogen has lost its power; my light’s hands are tied.

What’s the answer? Alkalinity? Yes and no. Alkalinity alone will slow us. If we increase our alkalinity, we must also increase our speed. This, I believe, is what the Gerson protocol was doing. Alkalizing the terrain (potassium) while increasing the core metabolic rate (coffee enemas). We want a 7 that’s the resolve of a high metabolic rate (0-7) and a slow speed of light (7-14).

It’s not just about the relative levels of sodium (acidity) and potassium (alkalinity) in the body — it’s about where we put them. We want to be fast on the inside and slow on the outside. Like a battery. But then we also need to be able to be slow on the inside and fast on the outside, by turns. We need a strong Na-K pump and ample sodium and potassium reserves.

But most of all, we need a clear (decalcified) pineal gland, so we can read time accurately. If time is ahead of us, we’re too dense, and our 7 is lower than it appears. Today’s 7 will be a 6 in a few years, and then a 5 a few years after that. It only continues to read as a 7 because our metabolic rate is slowing to the same degree that our light is spinning too fast. Metabolically, we age invisibly. We don’t see that we are too slow (alkaline), because our pH is simultaneously too fast (acidic).