Dr. Fritz Albert Popp recently proved that all living things emit light. Furthermore, research indicates that the purpose of this light is to provide a channel of communication both within the cell and between cells throughout the body. The principal subject of communication between the cells is metabolism. During periods of stress, such as illness or injury, the emission of biophotons is increased. One can imagine a scene from the TV series ER, when the near death patient is wheeled into the emergency room. Suddenly everyone is frenetic with activity trying to save the patient. It is as if the cells are both working harder and talking louder to participate in the healing process. However, in malignant cancer cells, the biophoton emissions begin to decrease as the essence of life is being drained from the cell.
We should not be surprised at this intrinsic relationship between light and life. We have often thought of the Sun as being the source of life giving light, providing the energy that drives photosynthesis that ultimately feeds us all. But plants and animals live in the depths of the sea and hidden in caverns that never see the light of the Sun.
Do we now see that it is the light from within that is the true source of life?
Jesus once said, “I am the light of the world.” John, on his discourse on Logos stated, “All things came into existence through the Logos. Without him, nothing exists. What came to be through him was life. And this life was the light of the human race.