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Definition of Human Heart in STOSS

Heart of Stone versus Heart of Flesh:

In Ezekiel we read, “A new heart I will give you, and a new spirit I will put within you; and I will remove from your body the heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh” (Ez. 36:26). This quote is a direct reference to the human heart; most especially the human heart of Jesus. Through the human heart of Jesus (his Sacred Heart) we can receive both Sanctifying and Actual Grace. The person in whom the Breath dwells is on fire to breathe out the Breath (Truth known and Loved) and then breath in the Breath — the Holy Desire for union with that Truth that is known (cf. Lk. 24:32, 3:16). In certain circumstances, a heart of flesh denotes the opposite (e.g., Ez. 11:19, 36:26). For example, when the Holy Spirit is dwelling in the spirit of man, the phrase, heart of stone, is used to denote a heart that is overflowing with pride and lust. On the other hand, the term, heart of flesh, indicates good — a heart that radiates love. Because it is flesh, it is pumping blood to every cell in the body. By doing so, it is generating light and irradiating every cell in the body with bio-living water (in the blood) or lifeless water. Since approximately 99% of blood is made up of water, it would be beneficial to know the significance of that water in the blood that the heart is pumping throughout the body. See Endnote # [93] for more information on how blood not only generates light, but also participates in the combustion of bio-living water. Warning. It's not an easy topic to understand.
In Hebrews, Paul tells us that a hardened heart (aka a heart of stone) is a heart of rebellion (Heb 3:15) and disobedience (Heb 4:3-7). The heart of flesh is one in which the Holy Spirit dwells (see The Spiritual Soul to see the relationship of the upper and lower powers of the human soul).
For we who have believed enter that rest, as he has said, “As I swore in my wrath, ‘They shall never enter my rest,’” although his works were finished from the foundation of the world. For he has somewhere spoken of the seventh day in this way, “And God rested on the seventh day from all his works.” And again in this place he said, “They shall never enter my rest.” Since therefore it remains for some to enter it, and those who formerly received the good news failed to enter because of disobedience, again he sets a certain day, “Today,” saying through David so long afterward, in the words already quoted, “Today, when you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts” (Heb 4:3-7).
A great example of that is given to St. Gertrude. In the book Life and Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great, it reads:
St. Gertrude the Great was granted a mystical encounter with St. John the Evangelist, the beloved Apostle who was given the singular honor of resting his head on the bosom/heart of Jesus during the Last Supper. In the Spirit, St. John took her to Jesus so that she, too, could lay her head on the bosom of Jesus. Then, as she felt the constant pulsations of Jesus' Divine Heart [the upper powers of the spiritual/rational soul, i.e., the human spirit, do not directly cause the physical heart to pulsate. However, the overflow of the human spirit is what causes the soul (the lower power of the spiritual soul) to direct the human heart to pulsate — SML], and rejoiced exceedingly thereat, she said to St. John: “Beloved of God, didst not thou feel those pulsations when thou wert lying on the Lord’s breast at the Last Supper?” “Yes,” he replied; “and this with such plenitude, that liquid does not enter more rapidly into bread than the sweetness of those pleasures penetrated my soul [clearly indicating Jesus’ physical – pre-crucified – heart (at the Last Supper, in St. John’s case) and resurrected glorified heart (in St. Gertrude’s case) — SML], so that my spirit [i.e., his spiritual heart] became more ardent than water under the action of a glowing fire” [ St. Gertrude the Great, Life and Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great, TAN Books, Kindle Edition, pp. 303-304].
In Ezekiel’s dream of the rebuilt New Covenant of Salt Temple (Ez. 47:1-12), the Dead Sea represents the spiritual and biological death of fallen man prior to his Redemption — to his heart of stone. The Living Water flowing out from the altar of the Temple and down to the Dead Sea, thus purifying it, represents the Sanctifying and Actual graces flowing out from Jesus’ Sacred Heart. Bio-living water helps us to understand Actual Grace. The human heart helps us to understand the body’s role in both Sanctifying (through Jesus’ Sacred human heart) and Actual Graces.
Let’s address the salt of DNA of the biological human heart. What part does it play in producing the Language of the Body in which the mouth/body expresses (sends out) the overflow of the spiritual heart? In Catholicism, we place a great deal of emphasis on the Sacred Heart of Jesus. St. Faustina received a vision of Jesus with rays of red and white light proceeding out of His heart. She was told by Jesus to have a painting made of this vision. Why isn’t the poor neglected pancreas or gall bladder mentioned in Scripture? Why do we not see renderings of Jesus with his Sacred Brain; or Sacred Kidney? We describe the Blessed Virgin Mary as having an Immaculate Heart. Why not an Immaculate Kidney? Why not an Immaculate Mind?
Conventional wisdom has always been that it was the brain that started and perpetuated feelings of love, compassion, lust, hate, anger, greed, etc. Why did God not say, “every imagination of the thoughts of man’s brain was only evil continually?” A careful reading of this passage would seem to indicate the heart is the boss and the brain is simply following “orders”. It has always been believed that thinking and feeling are two completely different biological processes, both originating within the brain.
Research in neuroscience now indicates that thinking (cognition) and feeling (emotions / passions) are a response to biological information traveling on a high-speed two-way information highway. That two-way highway consists of bi-directional nerve connections. Important to note is this: one direction of that highway has five lanes; the other direction only has one lane. What does that mean? The number of nerve fibers used for sending biological information to the brain from the heart greatly outnumber the fibers used for sending biological information from the brain to the heart. This tells us the emotional data going to the brain is far greater than the cognitive data coming from the brain to the heart.[1] St. Hildegard, a Doctor of the Church, writes this about the heart: “The [inner] heart [i.e., the upper powers of the spiritual soul] is the life and structure of our entire organism. It contains the whole body. Within it, our thoughts are arranged and our will is brought to maturity.”[2] It is important to note, the biological heart is the primary component of the scriptural mouth through which the overflow of the inner heart sends out / expresses.
By examining the current scientific understanding of the biological heart, we are reminded that, in addition to everything else, the Bible is also a very advanced applied sciences book. The biological heart communicates with the entire body through four means. They are:
1.       Neurologically (using the nervous system);
2.      Biochemically (e.g. hormones);
3.      Energetically (e.g. electromagnetic energy); and,
4.      Biophysically (e.g. pulse waves).[3]
Researchers have made some very interesting discoveries concerning the physical heart. Coupling their research with the results of research conducted by Drs. J. Andrew Armour and Jeffrey Ardell,[4] we learn that the heart possesses its own complex non-cranial brain (an unofficial term) complete with a network of neurons, proteins, neurotransmitters, and other components necessary for it to function as such. This heart brain is self-organizing and processes information independently of the cranial brain. Detecting the presence of hormones and other neurochemicals in the circulating bloodstream, the heart brain transmits this information to the cranial brain, causing physiologically appropriate changes to the brain’s function.[5]
The “little brain” within the heart acts independently of the cranial brain — even to the point of learning, feeling, sensing, and remembering on its own.[6][7] As a result of this research, we now have a more thorough understanding as to how heart transplants are even possible. Normally, the brain communicates with the heart via nerve fibers that make up the vagus nerve. They run through the spinal column, among other routes. After a heart transplant, the nerve connections don’t reconnect for a long time, if ever. The transplanted heart is able to function in the new host because of the intrinsic cardiac nervous system, the heart-brain.[8] As was said earlier, it was previously believed that the brain was in control of everything within the body. Everything else in the body was simply following orders. This and other research has shown the heart is often telling the cranial brain how to function and how to perceive. Not many physicians are even aware of this phenomenon.[9] So, when someone tells you to stop thinking with your heart, you can now tell them that would be biologically impossible.
The vagus nerve extends from the brain to the heart (it extends to several other parts of the body, as well).[10] Of the approximately 200,000 fibers in the mid-cervical section of the right and left vagus nerve,[11] approximately ninety percent (180,000) are afferent (ascending the body), i.e., send information from the heart to the brain; approximately ten percent (20,000) are efferent (descending the body), i.e. receiving information from the brain. No other part of the body has that high a ratio of afferent to efferent nerve fibers.[12]
It was only recently discovered that the heart produces and releases hormones. In fact, as a result of these discoveries, the heart was reclassified as an endocrine, aka hormonal, gland in 1983.[13] It produces hormones that, up until recently, were only thought to be produced by the brain and the ganglia. Among others, it produces the hormones norepinephrine (a stress hormone), dopamine (a “reward” hormone that is associated with addictions), epinephrine,[14] and oxytocin. Oxytocin is the hormone involved with creating enduring pair bonding, biological/chemical “love” (not to be confused with spiritual love), childbirth, complex sexual/maternal behaviors, and lactation, just to name a very few.[15]
It has also been discovered that the levels of oxytocin produced by the heart are about the same as is produced in the brain.[16] Now we begin to see why the heart is associated with the biological ecstasy of love and the painful heartbreak that occurs when our love is not reciprocated. We can also see more clearly why the biological heart is the part of the mouth through which is expressed either true Love (when the Spirit dwells in the inner heart) or biological love (when the flesh/chemicals are responding to sensual input that leads to desire and, potentially, lust).
The body is the mouth which expresses the overflow of the inner heart. According to Dr. Rollin McCraty, the Director of Research at the Institute of HeartMath, the cranial brain gets its cues from the five senses. It then responds accordingly, including sending responsive instructions to the heart. On the other hand, the heart’s brain responds to much more sublime and unseen stimuli, and then responds accordingly by sending instructions to the cranial brain. The heart not only receives stimuli, it also sends out stimuli of its own — sending them farther than was previously known.[17]
The heart plays a crucial role in the generation of emotional experiences. It was previously believed that emotions were entirely dictated by the brain in response to stimuli from the external environment. Current understanding indicates that it is a much more complex process. The emotional response can be more accurately described as a mixture of external inputs coupled with internal feedback, stimuli, and sensations involving the heart, glandular activity, immune system response, and the nervous system.[18] No other organ is more powerful than is the heart in generating global rhythmic pattern information within the body. It transmits electromagnetic, hormonal, neurological, and other information to the brain. Research suggests the information transmitted by the heart to the brain can even alter brain function [McCraty, R., Atkinson, M., Tomasino, D., & Bradley, R. T, “The coherent heart: Heart-brain interactions, psychophysiological coherence, and the emergence of system-wide order.” Integral Review, 2009. 5 (2): p. 10-115; and also Damasio, A.R., Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason and the Human Brain, (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons: 1994)].[19][20][21]
Before proceeding, I want to broach the subject of light. In the citation above, we read in this book a reference to electromagnetic information, a.k.a. electromagnetic energy (EME) or electromagnetic radiation (EMR). As we progress further, you will come to realize how important EME is for understanding the Language of the Body used to send out expressions through the scriptural mouth, i.e., the body. EME consists of photons (bundles of energy, i.e., light) vibrating in various bands of wavelength. Arranged in order from the longest to the shortest wavelength, the different bands of the EME spectrum are the following: Long Radio Waves, Radio Waves, Microwave, Infrared, Visible, Ultraviolet, X-rays, Gamma-rays, and Cosmic Waves.[22] I am certain that the EME we discuss in this book, the EME existing in creation, is not the same Light that is associated with God’s Divine Essence. I do believe, however, that created/material light is in the image of the Unapproachable Light of God. Since all creation is an expression of God,[23] EME is expressed into, and mediated by, a physical world. Let’s return to our discussion of the heart.
Doing any kind of research related to the effects of electromagnetic energy on the body are very difficult for two reasons:
First, EME produced mechanically (e.g. cell phone, computer, power lines, scientific machinery, etc.) are very different from the EME generated via the electron flow originating from biological processes from within the body itself. The former is generally not conducive with the favorable functioning of a living organism.[24] As a consequence, research designed using this method will likely produce poor results (either false or highly inconclusive results). An example is research relating to the significance of biological water, particularly intracellular water (water within human cells). Many were the incorrect conclusions gleaned from research designed such that the actual biological environment was not successfully duplicated in the laboratory setting. For example, through research performed in vivo, two old and obsolete cell biology theories known as membrane theory and the membrane-pump theory (both still may be taught, especially in U.S. schools as universally true) have been thoroughly and experimentally shown to be false.[25]
Second, very specialized equipment must be used so that as much of the experiment as possible is conducted in vivo (within the body itself) or by accurately duplicating that biological environment. Many scientists specializing in the photonics of the body are actually having to invent the scientific equipment necessary to accomplish these research goals.[26]
Do the various forms of communication of the heart produce effects on others? Research seems to indicate the answer may well be yes. One component of the meta-sense-able language of the body is called cardioelectromagnetic communication. The heart is the most powerful generator of electromagnetic energy in the human body.[27][28][29][30] This cardioelectromagnetic energy not only envelops every cell in the human body, but the magnetic field generated extends outward several feet or more in all directions from the body.[31][32] The magnetic field produced by the heart is 5,000 times stronger than the field generated by the brain.[33] Using a magnetometer, the magnetic field of the heart can be detected at approximately three feet away, while the brain’s magnetic field can only be detected up to about three inches away.[34] The heart’s electrical field is 60 times greater in amplitude (think of the height of a wave on the ocean) than is the brain’s.[35]
The study of the electromagnetic field of the heart and brain are taking on increased significance for the bio-scientific community. So much significance is attached to this field of study, the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) Institute Berlin has a building specifically designed to shield its interior from all background electromagnetic fields, such as that from the earth. This building is the size of an entire city block. The shielding quality of this building enables researchers to obtain data uncorrupted by the influence of any other extrinsic electromagnetic fields. Owing to this unique capability, the American National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) joined forces with PTB to test a newly designed optical magnetic field sensor which was designed to more accurately measure the pico tesla range of the electromagnetic field specific to the heart.[36]
Humans, however, are much more sensitive than a magnetometer. Using EEGs (printouts from instrumentation that monitors brainwaves) and ECGs (printouts from instrumentation that measures the characteristics of a beating heart), the effects of an electromagnetic field on two people can be measured at incrementally increasing distances.[37] What is really amazing is that electromagnetic fields are an important carrier of information.[38][39] Every cell in the body is constantly bathed in internal and external magnetic energy that affects every biological circuit in our body.[40][41][42][43][44] These energetic sources carry information critical to the self-organizing, or lack thereof, of living molecular systems which are trying to pull themselves up from disorder.[45]
Biological information is encoded and transmitted through the language of patterns.[46] Information is encoded between intervals of electrical activity,[47] hormonal pulses,[48] and the heart’s pressure and electromagnetic waves.[49] These findings support Pribram and Melges’ proposal that low-frequency energy waves carry emotional information, while high-frequency oscillations carry cognitive information intended for the brain.[50] Furthermore, research supports the belief that this emotional information can be carried outside of the body, where other bodies will detect and act on it as though it were their own internal signaling.[51]
The electromagnetic field the heart generates can be coherent (ordered and consistent) or incoherent (disordered and erratic).[52] Feelings of love, care, and appreciation have been shown to generate a coherent field. On the other hand, feelings of anger, frustration, and stress generate an incoherent field. Evidence strongly indicates that whichever of those two types of field is generated by the heart, it will have a physiological impact on the entire body.[53] It is well established Catholic theology that, prior to the fall, man was created “very good” (Gen. 1:31), i.e. with a perfectly ordered nature. After the fall, man’s nature became disordered, i.e., no longer good (Mt. 19:17). Let’s repeat JP II’s words: “The body speaks not merely with the whole external expression of masculinity and femininity, but also with the internal structures of the organism, of the somatic [the entire body and its aggregate parts] and psychosomatic [relating to the mind/mental] reaction.[54]
Recent research suggests that electromagnetic fields generated by our own heart are also capable of affecting the generated fields of other people around us — especially when they physically touch, or are in close proximity to one another. At conversational distances, the signals Joe’s heart produces can affect the function of Mary’s brain and vice versa. In fact, if Joe’s electromagnetic field is in a deeper coherent state, his brain waves will actually synchronize to Mary’s heartbeat — and measurably so.[55] Further indications are that electromagnetic communication is a two-way, non-verbal exchange between people; and the exchange is influenced by the emotions of each participant. This invisible exchange can produce greater or lesser heart/brain synchronization and coherence on the opposite party. Changes in synchronization and coherence can lead to physiological change (physical change in the body).[56] Later, we will show how researchers specializing in quantum biology have achieved results that reinforce and confirm the validity of the conclusions discussed here.
The concept of quantum coherence is increasingly showing up in research centered on living organisms. It is important to note that physiological coherence and quantum/photonic coherence are two distinct phenomena, but each impacts the other. Physiological coherence consists of four components. They are: 1) a high degree of sine wave-like (think of a roller coaster type shape) rhythm of the heart; 2) an increased activity in the parasympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system (the “calming down” part of the involuntary nervous system associated with slowed heart rate, relaxed sphincter muscle, and increased glandular activity); 3) the presence of entrainment, which is the synchronization of the rhythmic function and frequency of two or more of the body’s oscillatory systems, e.g., heart, brain, and respiration; and 4) the efficient and harmonious functioning of the cardiovascular, nervous, hormonal, and immune systems.[57] When physiological coherence is driven by an emotional state, e.g., love, it is called psychophysiological coherence.[58] Different scientific disciplines have unique definitions, conditions, and names to signify coherence.
In man, the presence or absence of coherence/order/harmony would be integral to the resulting formation of any expression of the overflow of the heart, which is then sent out in the “language of the body.” According to West, the body is a window into the human heart.[59] A distinction must be made between the spiritual and biological heart. It is the inner heart (the heart of the soul) that overflows. The biological heart is a component (and a vital one at that) of the mouth through which the expression of that outward overflow is sent. The biological heart expresses the purity, or lack thereof, of the spiritual soul’s heart.
Before man sinned, there existed no discord in the body whatsoever; there was only perfect harmony/order. According to JP II, it is precisely this harmony of the systems within the body that gives voice to the purity of heart.[60] Sounds a lot like the physiological and psychophysiological coherence we recently described. There are probably an incomprehensible number of degrees existing between absolute incoherence and perfect coherence. Whatever degree of purity of heart a person has attained, the biological heart will express a proportionately coherent and harmonious language of the body; it will do so both sense-ably and meta-sense-ably.
Research indicates the ability of the heart to communicate is not limited to a ‘local’ electromagnetic field. Research has shown that the salt of DNA emits quantum coherent photons.[61] Furthermore, DNA itself spontaneously oscillates coherently.[62] At least one study has shown that heart energy goes beyond. Study authors felt the heart’s ability to carry multiple energy frequencies that seem linked to different human intentions is an indication of a non-Hertzian (non-local) energy that seems to function independently of the laws of space and time. Furthermore, this non-local heart energy has been shown to profoundly affect the biological functioning of humans.[63]
What is the meaning and significance of a Hertzian versus non-Hertzian behavior of photons? Said phenomenon is known to scientists as the wave-particle duality.[64] This phenomenon (known as the photoelectric effect) was demonstrated by Albert Einstein in 1905, for which he later received a Nobel Prize. Briefly stated, photons (as well as atoms, electrons, and protons) have been shown to travel either as: a wave (aka Hertzian — picture a roller coaster); a particle (non-Hertzian — think of a bullet fired from a gun); or both (could multiple dimensions be involved here?[65]).[66] Hertzian photons are able to split in two; non-Hertzian photons (i.e. traveling as particles) are not.[67] Hertzian photons are limited to the speed of light and are described as local; non-Hertzian photons can travel faster than the speed of light and are described as non-local (aka “atemporally”, i.e., instantaneously or even outside of space and time).[68]
Non-locality was mathematically proven by John Bell (Bell’s theorem) in 1964; it was experimentally proven by John Clauser from Columbia University in 1972 and Alain Aspect from the University of Paris in 1982.[69] If, as research suggests, it is true that heart generated energy can function non-locally, the implications would be significant! It has been scientifically proven that man’s consciousness or awareness will produce an effect on all matter that is capable of a wave/particle duality, e.g., electrons, photons, atoms, etc. For example, a photon will travel as a wave when it is not being observed, but when it is observed it will collapse into a particle.
Research performed at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) put this to the test using beryllium ions. When beryllium ions are radiated with radio waves, the electrons of its atoms will jump to a higher orbit and emit photons. However, when NIST experimenters “observed” the process, the electrons ceased to change orbit because they had collapsed into the particle state as a result of being observed (John Gribbin, Schrodinger’s Kitten’s and the Search for Reality, New York: Back Bay Books, 1995, pp. 133-135).[70][71] When mathematician John von Neumann examined every step of the process, he determined that it was only human consciousness that could have caused the collapse of the wave function of the beryllium atoms/electrons [Nick Herbert, Quantum Reality, New York: Anchor Books, 1985, p. 148].[72]
Does this non-Hertzian, non-local, heart generated energy impact the entire universe? St. Paul provides us with a hint that it may. He tells us, “We know that the whole creation has been groaning in travail together until now; and not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the first fruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait for adoption as sons, the redemption of our bodies” (Rom. 8:22-23). Why would the “whole of creation” be groaning. The universe didn’t sin. Our planet didn’t sin. Among physical creation, it was only man who had sinned. Consequently, only man should be groaning — unless man’s fall caused the groaning of all the elements of creation. Did our fall from grace produce an impact on the rest of physical creation?
God informed St. Hildegard, who wrote:
Before Adam and Eve had transgressed against the divine commandment, they had been shining with splendor like the sun and that light formed their clothing. After the transgression against the divine commandment they were no longer shining like they had been before, but had become dark and have remained in this darkness. When they saw that they were no longer shining in that way, they noticed that they were naked and covered themselves with leaves of a tree, as it is written.
And so all the elements, that had been resting in equilibrium up to then, rose up and became a terrible sight: Creation, which had been created to serve man, had felt no resistance whatsoever; but when man arrogantly fell into disobedience and refused to obey God, it [i.e., creation] too lost its equilibrium and fell into unrest. It has brought mankind many and great disadvantages.[St. Hildegard of Bingen, quoted in an unpublished translation of Helmut Posch, Das wahre Weltbild nach Hildegard von Bingen (The Creation of the World According to Hildegard of Bingen) Deutsche Bibliothek (CIP – Einheitsaufnahme, Aufl. – A-4880 St. Georgen, 1998), translated by Gina O’Brien for the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation (Mt. Jackson, VA: 2009), p. 40/55].
Is this scientifically credible? Increasing amounts of data suggest that it is. Scientists at the Global Coherence Initiative (GCI)[73] and the Global Consciousness Project (a.k.a. Institute of Noetic Sciences) which is run by Ron Nelson from Purdue University,[74] believe that positive or negative emotions experienced by populations en masse (as a result of a widely felt disaster, for example) will affect the earth’s geomagnetic field. These two entities and others have established either earth-based stations or satellites that perform real-time monitoring of the geomagnetic field surrounding our planet. Dr. Nelson, in particular, has a good dataset that supports the link between the human electromagnetic field and earth’s field. For example, the terror attack on the Twin Towers in New   York City on Sept. 11, 2001, produced a statistically significant electromagnetic anomaly (“blip” so to speak) in the earth’s geomagnetic field.[75] Nelson’s team is not alone in capturing this anomaly. According to GCI scientists, two National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather satellites also registered this anomaly both during and for several days after the attack on the Twin Towers in New   York.[76] I can’t help but think of the words God spoke to St. Hildegard. He told her that man is the most profound of all his creation; that man is so intertwined with the rest of creation that the two could never be separated; and that all of creation waits on man.[77] She also writes:
Humanity stands in the midst of the structure of the world. For it is more important than all other creatures which remain dependent on that world…humanity is powerful in the power of its soul [which expresses through the body — SML]…. Whatever it does with its deeds in the right or the left hand permeates the universe ... so also are the powers of the soul more powerful than those of the body, Just as the heart of a human being rests hidden within the body, so also is the body surrounded by the powers of the soul since these powers extend over the entire globe [SML].[78]
Earlier we talked about the heart generating the largest electromagnetic field in the body. How is this accomplished? The heart is the single largest generator of bioelectric energy in the body [Hart RA, Gandhi OP, “Comparison of cardiac-induced endogenous fields and power frequency induced exogenous fields in an anatomical model of the human body,” Phys Med Biol 1998;43:3083–99].[79] This is what causes the heart muscle (the myocardium) to contract. The muscle cells of the myocardium are called myocytes (or cardiomyocytes).[80] It is the repetitive depolarization and repolarization of the contracting myocytes that generate the electrical flow and, therefore, produce a significant electromagnetic field.[81] Think about what this means. Every time our heart beats, the blood that is being pumped out of the left ventricle to the entire body is irradiated with light (creating an EME field), which is either coherent or incoherent. It also affects the entire body.[82]
The heart is responsible for generating several different types of energy. Included are the following: electrical; magnetic; sound; electrostatic, pressure; and temperature [Russek LG, Schwartz GE. “Energy cardiology: a dynamical energy systems approach for integrating conventional and alternative medicine.” Advances: J Mind-Body Health, 1996; 12: 4–24].[83] Explaining the meanings of the red and white light that emanated from his pierced heart, Jesus said, “The red ray stands for the Blood which is the life of souls.”[84] The Israelites were told to not drink the blood of animals because it was their life (Gen. 9:4; Lev. 17:11, 14; Deut. 12:23), implying negative effects on Israelite’s body and/or soul. Conversely, we are instructed to drink the blood of Jesus precisely because it is his life (Jn. 6:54).
Let’s talk a little more about the heart of Jesus. There have been several Eucharistic miracles that have occurred over the last few centuries that are of particular interest.
The first occurred in 750 A.D. at a church in the Italian town of Lanciano. When the ‘veil’ of bread and wine were miraculously withdrawn from a consecrated host, human flesh and blood appeared! For any non-Catholics reading this book, the Church teaches that when the host is consecrated during Mass, the bread and wine are changed into the literal body, blood, soul, and Divinity of Jesus, but are hidden under the miraculously maintained veil of bread and wine. While this happened in the 8th century, several independently conducted scientific tests have since been performed. The testing revealed that the flesh was from a human heart and the blood was the same type as was Jesus’ blood. The flesh, in section, was determined to have present: 1) the myocardium, which is the part of the heart that generates the largest electromagnetic field in the body; 2) the vagus nerve, which, is directly linked to the voice; and 3) the left ventricle, which is the part of the heart that pumps the blood through the body.[85]
The second miracle occurred in 2008 when a consecrated host was inadvertently dropped onto the ground during a Mass being celebrated in the eastern Polish town of Sokolka. In accordance with church practice, the priest placed the consecrated host in water to dissolve it, thus removing the Real Presence of Jesus. Several days later a nun found that the consecrated host had not dissolved completely. She found that a red mark had appeared on its surface. The red mark appeared to be blood, but was, in fact, human tissue. Two medical doctors separately determined the tissue was heart muscle tissue (myocardium).[86]
The third Eucharistic miracle took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1996. Once again, a consecrated host was dropped on the ground and subsequently placed in water to dissolve. Over a period of about nine days, it took on the appearance of blood and tissue. Samples were sent to three different laboratories for analysis (circa 1996, 1999, and 2004). The last two labs were not informed of the story behind, or origin of, the samples, except to say that they were from a man who died. The results showed that the samples contained both red and white blood cells. The tissue was determined to be heart muscle tissue (myocardium) from the left ventricle.[87] Are you ready to be amazed? The blood cells were found to be alive and functioning. The cells from the heart muscle tissue were found to be moving and still beating [still generating electromagnetic radiation — SML]. Does the doctrine of concomitance apply here? If yes, does it also apply to Mary (recall phenomenon called fetal-maternal microchimerism)? Dr. Frederick Zugibe determined the tissue was from a man whose heart had been severely traumatized. The blood type and DNA exactly matched the blood/tissue sample from Lanciano and, therefore, were from the same person. The blood samples were determined to be 100% identical to blood samples taken from the Shroud of Turin and from the Sudarium of Oviedo.[88][89] The Church has not yet ruled on the authenticity of these miracles.
The most recent miracle occurred in Legnica, Poland on Christmas day of 2013. Once again the consecrated host fell to the ground and was placed in the water-filled vasculum. Subsequently, the Sacramental veil was lifted from the host revealing human flesh which was later determined, by independent testing/research facilities, to be human heart muscle. Like the other miracles, the heart tissue showed forensic signs of great agony. In 2016, the Vatican approved this miracle and ordered the local bishop to set up a place for adoration of the heart of Jesus made visible to the faithful.[90][91] My listing of the particulars of each of these miracles is very limited. I would highly recommend visiting Carlo Acutis’ website to get a much more in-depth appreciation of those miracles.
God neither actively does, nor passively allows, anything to occur by happenstance. There is always a perfect reason for the exercise of his divine Providence. There is always a ‘message’ that he wants us to learn from. God could have chosen any part of Jesus’ body to reveal (since the entire Jesus is present in every particle of the consecrated host). In virtually every Eucharistic miracle where the veil was lifted and human eyes could view a portion of the body of Jesus, it was human heart tissue and/or blood that became visible (the two go hand-in-hand in giving life to the body). What was the message? Some might say that he was drawing attention to the inner heart of man. In part, they would be right, but I believe it falls short of the whole message. Remember, the body (including the heart) is the mouth through which the overflow of the inner heart is expressed (cf. Mt. 12:34, 15:18-19). I believe that Jesus is showing us that the heart of flesh plays an especially efficacious part in the “mouth’s” expression. In each of the miracles discussed above, what is revealed is the portion of the heart (heart muscle cells in the myocardium) which is responsible for the generation of the largest field of coherent (or incoherent) efficacious light in the body. This field radiates…overflows, if you will, throughout the entire body, outside of the body, and in all of the blood pumped out to the body via the left ventricle (which is identified as the source of the myocardial muscle tissue’s actions). Incidentally, blood itself is a huge generator of EME.[92]
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A cell is a machine driven by energy. From a chemical point of view, over 99% of the matter of which a cell is composed is water. So it would seem logical to surmise that water must play some part in the process of supplying that energy. According to Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, the phenomenon of bioenergy is, simply put, water working with the structural elements of the cell to make possible electron excitation (EEE). Without this interaction and resultant EEE, the ‘production’ of this long-living light energy would be highly improbable.[Vladimir L. Voeikov, “Biological Significance of Active Oxygen-Dependent Processes in Aqueous Systems,” Water and the Cell, ed. Gerald H. Pollack, Ivan L. Cameron, Denys N. Wheatly (The Netherlands: Springer, 2006), 285-296].
When an atom absorbs a photon, the electron that is orbiting the nucleus of that atom jumps to a higher energy orbit (thus creating a virtual photon), an event aptly named electron excitation. Conversely, when the electron converts to a lower energy orbit around that atom, a photon (EMR) is emitted.[NMSEA, “Forms of Energy,” New Mexico Solar Energy Association, http://www.nmsea.org/Curriculum/Primer/forms_of_energy.htm, (accessed 01/23/2012)] When two atoms collide, an electron from one of the atoms can jump to an excited state and then release a photon when it transitions back to the lower energy orbit. Living organisms use the highest form of energy — that associated with EEE. Electrons are critical to the bio-energetics and bio-regulation of the body. All metabolic processes in living matter consume, transform, or create (not from nothing, though) energy.[Voeikov, Water and the Cell, 286] Achieving anything beyond a rudimentary understanding of the “whys” and “hows” of this process is extremely difficult for a non-scientist — like me — to grasp. To achieve a proficient understanding of this subject matter, one would necessarily have to also gain a deep understanding of topics such as: reactive oxygen species (ROS); oxidation and reduction; free radicals; peroxides; singlet-, bi-, and tetra-radicals; water oxidation in antibody solutions; transition of particle states; and so on. So let’s not do that! Let’s keep this simple. If you insist on delving further into this topic, see endnote as a place to start.[Ibid., 285-298]
Bioenergetics and bio-regulation involve the interaction of photons with the electrons that are part of the atoms which make up all matter existing within the living organism. Water is a vital part of that interaction. This may seem counterintuitive, but water is essential for the regular combustion flow in living cells. Even more startling is that water itself can be burnt via the splitting of water molecules.[Ibid., 287, 289-292] Obviously, this would result in the emission of photons. Water burning has to do with the transformation of ordinary H2O (the water molecule) being changed into H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide gas) through various means within the body and then being split — separating the hydrogen atom(s) from the oxygen atom(s). Not only is hydrogen a source of energy, but the oxygen gas (O2) is also a vast store of energy. However, due to the laws of quantum physics, the O2 must be ‘activated’ before it is able to release its energy (in the form of photons). This activation occurs when it comes into contact with an atom with two unpaired electrons which results in a chain of events that allow the oxygen to release its electromagnetic energy (light) with each successive electron reduction.[Ibid., 288-289] Interesting is the fact that audible sound — like a voice (recall our discussion on Mary’s voice and the effects of sound on human organisms) — not only increased the presence of split-able molecules (H2O2) but also increased the efficiency of its splitting by 70%.[Ibid., 288]
The concept of splitting water in order to produce energy (essential for life) is not something new to scientists. They have been trying to discover a way to split the water molecule in a commercially viable way for some time. By doing so, they can use the hydrogen for energy (essentially, hydrogen powers the sun). Good thing our body isn’t concerned with the commercial viability of producing energy via water splitting? The share of oxygen in the blood stream that contributes to this water splitting process is very high. According to recent research, white blood cells (both neutrophils and eosinophils) are actively respiring (combusting) and convert all of the oxygen they consume into light. Consequently, blood is a major producer of photons in the ultra-weak range.[Ibid., 291] Being in the ultra-weak range, these photons are unable to be seen by the human eye (even when the frequency is in the visible range). We should not, however, make the mistake of believing this EMR is too weak to affect the function of the body.
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