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We humans are constructed in such a way that the state of our energy system depends directly on what food we consume and in what quantities. With our food we also take into our body things that in time begin to destroy it. This is because practically throughout our lives we simply fail to give our body the chance to rid itself of refuse, because when consuming food we do not take account of its diurnal biological rhythm.

This is an important factor: over a 24-hour period, the human organism goes through phases when particular functions are either active or dormant. Taking this into account, the optimum time to consume food is 7 in the morning, Carbohydrates that enter the system at that time are actively broken down, being readily converted into energy. This is the best time for breakfast as in this period active fat deposition is not observed.

If we take in food at that time then, given the active phases of the digestive and excretory systems, our body has time to digest it, after which the next stage begins – the elimination of waste products. The beginning of this period is accompanied by feelings of hunger. So instead of giving our body the chance to perform the vital work of purifying itself, we head for the nearest eatery and satisfy our hunger, thus interrupting the process. In this way, over the years, we accumulate inside us things that block up our organism more and more, creating the pre-conditions for a whole range of disorders.

If you have a real desire to get rid of these waste products, remember that for many radical fasting is not the best way to tackle the problem. This is due to the following characteristics of the human organism, which are as a rule disregarded.

We humans are constructed in such a way that the state of our energy system depends directly on what food we consume and in what quantities. With our food we also take into our body things that in time begin to destroy it. This is because practically throughout our lives we simply fail to give our body the chance to rid itself of refuse, because when consuming food we do not take account of its diurnal biological rhythm.

This is an important factor: over a 24-hour period, the human organism goes through phases when particular functions are either active or dormant. Taking this into account, the optimum time to consume food is 7 in the morning, Carbohydrates that enter the system at that time are actively broken down, being readily converted into energy. This is the best time for breakfast as in this period active fat deposition is not observed.

If we take in food at that time then, given the active phases of the digestive and excretory systems, our body has time to digest it, after which the next stage begins – the elimination of waste products. The beginning of this period is accompanied by feelings of hunger. So instead of giving our body the chance to perform the vital work of purifying itself, we head for the nearest eatery and satisfy our hunger, thus interrupting the process. In this way, over the years, we accumulate inside us things that block up our organism more and more, creating the pre-conditions for a whole range of disorders.

If you have a real desire to get rid of these waste products, remember that for many radical fasting is not the best way to tackle the problem. This is due to the following characteristics of the human organism, which are as a rule disregarded




1) There are periods during the year when radical (several-day-long) fasting is undesirable. This is bound up with individual energy cycles. A fast begun at the wrong time (during a slump in energy) will be tough, sometimes even painful, and not produce the desired result as it will be accompanied by major losses of energy and weakening of the immune system.

2) Radical fasting is stressful for the organism, provoking a corresponding reaction from the immune system connected with a certain restructuring of metabolic processes. Reacting to stress, the organism begins to work more economically and when exiting from the fast the intake of food should be reduced by 50% or even more. After the fast ends, the organism will function more efficiently, building up reserves. That is precisely why many people who fast without taking account of this rapidly regain weight afterwards, sometimes putting on even more than they lost.

3) Radical fasting can be used when necessary, but it should be preceded by a 12-day fruit and vegetable diet.

1) There are periods during the year when radical (several-day-long) fasting is undesirable. This is bound up with individual energy cycles. A fast begun at the wrong time (during a slump in energy) will be tough, sometimes even painful, and not produce the desired result as it will be accompanied by major losses of energy and weakening of the immune system.

2) Radical fasting is stressful for the organism, provoking a corresponding reaction from the immune system connected with a certain restructuring of metabolic processes. Reacting to stress, the organism begins to work more economically and when exiting from the fast the intake of food should be reduced by 50% or even more. After the fast ends, the organism will function more efficiently, building up reserves. That is precisely why many people who fast without taking account of this rapidly regain weight afterwards, sometimes putting on even more than they lost.

3) Radical fasting can be used when necessary, but it should be preceded by a 12-day fruit and vegetable diet



The best and most effective diet for removing waste products is a regime that gives a constant feeling of mild hunger.

When we start to feel hungry the body begins to consume the excesses that it has stored up, including deposits of salts in the spine and joints. This approach will not cause immune reactions.

For this process to take place correctly and successfully, for 96 hours in a week the main foodstuffs consumed should be fresh fruit and vegetables. This leads to the rapid reappearance of hunger that should not be satisfied.

On the other three days of the week, you can consume more calorie-rich food, but it is better to eat this in the morning, remembering the body's diurnal cycle. The last meal should be eaten no later than 6 in the evening.

At the same time you should take account of the experience of the Ancient Egyptian priests, who used the Wands of Horus to normalize their general nervous and psycho-emotional condition, producing a favourable mental state that makes it easier to bear the difficulties that arise during fasting.

For more effective removal of waste products from the organism, you should carry out colonic cleansing from time to time and use the Wands of Horus in conjunction with salt baths (See «Method of removing waste matter from the organism and energy system.»)

The best and most effective diet for removing waste products is a regime that gives a constant feeling of mild hunger.

When we start to feel hungry the body begins to consume the excesses that it has stored up, including deposits of salts in the spine and joints. This approach will not cause immune reactions.

For this process to take place correctly and successfully, for 96 hours in a week the main foodstuffs consumed should be fresh fruit and vegetables. This leads to the rapid reappearance of hunger that should not be satisfied.

On the other three days of the week, you can consume more calorie-rich food, but it is better to eat this in the morning, remembering the body's diurnal cycle. The last meal should be eaten no later than 6 in the evening.

At the same time you should take account of the experience of the Ancient Egyptian priests, who used the Wands of Horus to normalize their general nervous and psycho-emotional condition, producing a favourable mental state that makes it easier to bear the difficulties that arise during fasting.

For more effective removal of waste products from the organism, you should carry out colonic cleansing from time to time and use the Wands of Horus in conjunction with salt baths (See«M
ethod of removing waste matter from the organism and energy system.»)



Even in the late period, when Egyptian civilization was in decline, Herodotus noted that compared to the Libyans the Egyptians were conspicuous for their good health. This was due primarily to the fact that the Egyptians only ate during the hours of daylight. Night falls completely in Egypt by 6 in the evening.

At the same time the Egyptians would take a purgative three times a month, seeking to maintain their health by purgation.

In contrast to modern clergymen, the Ancient Egyptian priests devoted particular attention to correct nutrition. It is sufficient to view the murals in the Temple of Osiris in Abdju (Abydos) in order to understand the practices of the priests and pharaohs pursuing self-improvement.

The subtextual message of one of the sections in the temple murals comes down to this: the food a person consumes should conform to the "Golden Mean" that is symbolized by the vertical "magic wand" that was called a Sekhem (energy!).

On the one hand the word sekhem stood for the concept of "power, authority; on the other it conveyed the idea of some "Golden Mean", a form of the manifestation of divine power, when the reference was to beings like the stars that stood between the gods and human beings, and to their influences. It is no coincidence that Osiris had the by-name "Great Sekhem".











Part of the wall paintings in the hypostyle hall of the Temple of Osiris in Abydos (left) conveying the idea of "divine measure" in nutrition.
In the middle is the Sekhem "measuring staff". On the right the Sekhem symbolizing power.

Part of the wall paintings in the hypostyle hall of the Temple of Osiris in Abydos (left) conveying the idea of "divine measure" in nutrition. In the middle is the Sekhem "measuring staff". On the right the Sekhem symbolizing power.
Even in the late period, when Egyptian civilization was in decline, Herodotus noted that compared to the Libyans the Egyptians were conspicuous for their good health. This was due primarily to the fact that the Egyptians only ate during the hours of daylight. Night falls completely in Egypt by 6 in the evening.

At the same time the Egyptians would take a purgative three times a month, seeking to maintain their health by purgation.

In contrast to modern clergymen, the Ancient Egyptian priests devoted particular attention to correct nutrition. It is sufficient to view the murals in the Temple of Osiris in Abdju (Abydos) in order to understand the practices of the priests and pharaohs pursuing self-improvement.

The subtextual message of one of the sections in the temple murals comes down to this: the food a person consumes should conform to the "Golden Mean" that is symbolized by the vertical "magic wand" that was called a Sekhem (energy!).

On the one hand the word sekhem stood for the concept of "power, authority; on the other it conveyed the idea of some "Golden Mean", a form of the manifestation of divine power, when the reference was to beings like the stars that stood between the gods and human beings, and to their influences. It is no coincidence that Osiris had the by-name "Great Sekhem".


In the best-preserved papyri from the first half of the 18th dynasty, such as the Nebseni and Nu Papyri, before the chapters there is a large vignette depicting the great god Osiris seated on a throne. He is wearing the White Crown and holding a crook and flail or whip. Standing in front of him is a table covered with all sorts of offerings and when the state of preservation of this part of the papyrus is good enough, we can also see the figure of the person for whom it was written. Thus the ancients conveyed in allegorical form the idea that in order to appear before Osiris (to travel the way of Osiris) a person should control his feelings and emotions (the flail), get a grip on himself and restrict his desires (the whip), including those connected with food.

In later times when the priestly knowledge had been lost, Egyptologists who had no conception of the meaning of the ancient imagery interpreted this kind of depiction as showing the making of offerings.

Let us examine the idea of the "Golden Mean" in nutrition in a little more detail.

Practical experience shows that restricting your food intake and even vegetarianism is far from a panacea for all ills. The correct choice of foods is important. It is better to consume those that grow where you yourself live. Their bio-energy rhythms are synchronized with your own energy system.

In the best-preserved papyri from the first half of the 18th dynasty, such as the Nebseni and Nu Papyri, before the chapters there is a large vignette depicting the great god Osiris seated on a throne. He is wearing the White Crown and holding a crook and flail or whip. Standing in front of him is a table covered with all sorts of offerings and when the state of preservation of this part of the papyrus is good enough, we can also see the figure of the person for whom it was written. Thus the ancients conveyed in allegorical form the idea that in order to appear before Osiris (to travel the way of Osiris) a person should control his feelings and emotions (the flail), get a grip on himself and restrict his desires (the whip), including those connected with food.

In later times when the priestly knowledge had been lost, Egyptologists who had no conception of the meaning of the ancient imagery interpreted this kind of depiction as showing the making of offerings.

Let us examine the idea of the "Golden Mean" in nutrition in a little more detail.

Practical experience shows that restricting your food intake and even vegetarianism is far from a panacea for all ills. The correct choice of foods is important. It is better to consume those that grow where you yourself live. Their bio-energy rhythms are synchronized with your own energy system.


When trying to get rid of waste products, it is important to remember, for example, that during solar and geomagnetic storms, which have a negative influence on the human system, you should consume foods containing antioxidants that are energy-carriers and provide cells and their membranes with protection from excess radicals. A shortage of antioxidants at such times can result in damage to poorly protected organs and systems.

In order to more effectively boost the antioxidant defences of cells and neutralize excess free radicals, you need a diet that contains the maximum quantity of natural antioxidants. Such foods are oat sprouts, fresh vegetable oils, cabbage and other vegetable foods. At the same time you should exclude foods that encourage the formation of free radicals. Primarily these are all fried foods and also soups seasoned with fried ingredients. You are also recommended to reduce to a minimum your consumption of alcohol, which sharply increases the oxidation of free radicals.

Carbohydrates must not be completely excluded from the diet, but an excess of them must be avoided. On unfavourable days fewer carbohydrates are required; at that time the metabolism becomes protein and fat based. When drawing up a menu for unfavourable days, bear in mind that the body has a harder time coping with significant overloads of the metabolic processes at such times, because it will inevitably be engaged in the adjustments required to adapt to the more difficult conditions. That means that on the day before an unfavourable day you should already substantially reduce the calorie-content of your food.

Following this advice will enable your body to achieve an optimum working regime and to begin regularly ridding itself of waste products, which will have a positive effect on your health. If at the same time you correctly choose a single day in the week for complete fasting, this will appreciably speed up the processes of removing waste products and improve your sensitivity.

When trying to get rid of waste products, it is important to remember, for example, that during solar and geomagnetic storms, which have a negative influence on the human system, you should consume foods containing antioxidants that are energy-carriers and provide cells and their membranes with protection from excess radicals. A shortage of antioxidants at such times can result in damage to poorly protected organs and systems.

In order to more effectively boost the antioxidant defences of cells and neutralize excess free radicals, you need a diet that contains the maximum quantity of natural antioxidants. Such foods are oat sprouts, fresh vegetable oils, cabbage and other vegetable foods. At the same time you should exclude foods that encourage the formation of free radicals. Primarily these are all fried foods and also soups seasoned with fried ingredients. You are also recommended to reduce to a minimum your consumption of alcohol, which sharply increases the oxidation of free radicals.

Carbohydrates must not be completely excluded from the diet, but an excess of them must be avoided. On unfavourable days fewer carbohydrates are required; at that time the metabolism becomes protein and fat based. When drawing up a menu for unfavourable days, bear in mind that the body has a harder time coping with significant overloads of the metabolic processes at such times, because it will inevitably be engaged in the adjustments required to adapt to the more difficult conditions. That means that on the day before an unfavourable day you should already substantially reduce the calorie-content of your food.

Following this advice will enable your body to achieve an optimum working regime and to begin regularly ridding itself of waste products, which will have a positive effect on your health. If at the same time you correctly choose a single day in the week for complete fasting, this will appreciably speed up the processes of removing waste products and improve your sensitivity
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