Sunday, May 3, 2020

The Healing Power of the Sun

The best and simplest cure for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) might just be going outside, as natural sunlight contains ultraviolet (UV) rays that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) science and technology advisor William Bryan says easily destroy viruses.
Source: Natural News

Following text by Daniel Wasserman

I am curious to know if there is a Biblical source for the healing power of the sun?


We know that Vitamin D is manufactured by the interaction between the skin and sunlight, and that the main role of vitamin D is to increase absorption of calcium in the digestive tract.

Looking to Biblical sources for the sun’s healing power, we find the following episode: In Genesis, the story is told of the battle between Jacob and the angel of his wicked brother Esau. This wrestling match lasted throughout the night with the two opponents locked in a head-to-head competition. As dawn approached, Jacob’s nemesis took a cheap shot below the belt, dislocating Jacob’s hip and giving him a limp.

After the above story, the verse states (32:32), “And the sun shone for him.” Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki, known as Rashi, asks in his classical commentary: What do the words “for him” mean? When the sun shines, is it not shining for everyone?! He answers by telling us that the sun had risen for Jacob’s benefit, “for him,” in order to heal his hip.

Could this be an allusion to one of the wonderful healing mechanisms that G‑d has implanted in the natural world?

The sun is indeed a recognized source of health and healing in the Jewish tradition. In the book of Malachi, it states (3:20): “And the sun of mercy shall rise with healing in its wings.”

We are told that the light that illuminated the world during the six days of creation was removed from the world. The sun is only a minute fraction of this original light (1/60th to be exact). In the Jewish description of messianic times, this divine light will return to the world once again for us to enjoy. If the sun contains such incredible powers to heal, can you imagine what the “original light” will be able to do?

Source: Chabad


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Anonymous said...

My Q is, how would PURE UV affect humans (versus the full-spectrum sun)? The researchers have been discussing Pure UV weren't they?

See page 2 here:

Also see:

My own past experience with an ultra-bright UV Samsung monitor, is that it severely triggered and replicated my internal parasites, such, that when i landed in the ER, they were shocked & told me that i have white blood cells too numerous to count (indicative of lots of infection).

During that era, I would feel bad twinges in my back when using that monitor, which could have been activated parasites OR activated nerves which in turn replicated the parasites.

Finally i decided to drag up my old clunky monitor from the basement, which instantly cut my multitude of symptoms to about 25% of what they were prior to that. If only i'd had the Aha-Moment sooner!

So, are those who are promoting UV trustworthy to have the best interests of the public in mind?

Anonymous said...

No one or anything can replicate G-D's Handiwork. At the end times, the sun will literally heal the righteous and it will destroy the wicked. Today, man thinks that with his minimal knowledge of the workings of H' (science) that he has the power to do what only the Creator can. The sun, created by G-D, has always been known to be a great healer.

Anonymous said...

To Anon 11:14pm in an attempt to clarify:

I had been speaking of UV, whereas Natural News is discussing sunlight as we all know it. Its my conjecture that the "sun" which will destroy the wicked might well be Nibiru, and the "sun" which will heal the righteous might also be Nibiru, or else an "ohr chodosh".

Anonymous said...

I have often heard a word (?) from the Gemorra-Talmud that says: the best cures are:-

1) Shemesh - Sunshine and 2) Giving Tzedokka.

Have a Gut, GEZUNT voch - A Good and HEALTHY week! And beyond . . .