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Open Message to the 33 Men trapped in the San Jose Mine in Copiapo, Chile.

August 26th, 2010 47 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

Chileans once more show the temple of the Condor and the bravery of the Araucan Indians in this sad story. I am proud to be Chilean. In spite of the fact that it was so long ago I left  Santiago, the city that staged my  birth surrounded by  its beloved majestic Andes  Mountains, and where I lived the first 17 years of my life.

We don’t know how  much longer Luis Urzua and his coworkers will have to stay half a mile into the ground before rescue crews are able to dig a rescue tunnel.

One thing I know,  and it is that if I was in each one of those miners’  shoes, down there in the dark, I would like people in the outside thinking out of the box.  I  also just trust Einstein too much. Photon Energy  and its vibration seems a powerful  tool to experiment with in this circumstance. Seems something they can access in that difficult and dark time . Quantum physics and quantum mechanics is a science ready to be applied.

That said, it’s about oxygenating the body, because after all, we are electromagnetic beings and we can access photon energy to recharge our batteries. We just have to be trained how to do it.

We think it would be a good thing if the miners  would be trained by phone or message to do prana breathing exercises using photon energy to oxygenate their bodies.  It seems like a good idea, especially in that environment.  Any Photon Energy expert please help us spread the message, voicing the need if you agree.

Here is a deeper explanation about how you access the photon energy with prana exercises.

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=54641176361&topic=15300
Here is the  prana breathing exercises to oxygenate the body instructions.

Here is a video explaining how photon energy works.

Ican help translating any documents if it is necessary.

Here is the original story about the Miners in Chile.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704125604575449910696015760.html

PLEASE MOVE THIS AROUND!

 

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