by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:
“We realized that, if this whole phenomenon really exists in a human being even for 15 days, it would have immense application in unraveling secrets of medical science and its application for human welfare.”
Those were the words that came from the Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences in India along with several other scientists regarding a man they studied back in 2010 who has claimed to go without food and water for more than seventy years. The statement was given to ABC news, among several other media outlets. Those claims are obviously unable to be substantiated in a way the world needs them to be, but doctors nonetheless decided to see if 15 days was even possible, given that what we’ve been told about the human body, even 15 days without food and water should lead to a human in desperate and dire condition.
“Instead of ignoring this case, we selected to investigate further, in a rational and scientific way. We again make it clear that the purpose of this study was not to prove or disprove a person, but to explore a possibility in science and study a new phenomenon.”
We wrote about this story in the past, the mans name is Prahlad Jani, a local of Ahmedabad, India, who claims that at the age of 11, the Hindu goddess Amba appeared to him and told him that he would no longer have to eat food. He has apparently lived in a cave since the 1970s, and claims not to have eaten anything for most of his 81 years (as of 2012).
You can read more about his story in full, as well as the details of the scientific study of him for 15 days HERE.
Sure, there will be many out there who will reduce this story to psychotic episodes, delusion and fakery, but if you’re a student of philosophy and mythology, and the quest for knowledge and wisdom (the occult), you would probably not dismiss the idea that some people actually have had some unbelievable experiences, with ‘entities’ our world has not really accepted or placed into the realm of reality. That’s also another topic in itself!
If you are a student of health and science, then you’re probably aware that the human body is capable of going without food at least, for extended periods of times, and that it can have tremendous health benefits if practiced correctly.
If you’re interested in this type of thing, please do your research, read the articles linked below and take information in for a variety of sources. Perhaps try to reach out and consult some experts in the field as well.
The point is, it’s imperative to recognize that many people have now been observed going without food, at least, for prolonged periods of time, in both the setting mentioned above and in a clinical setting. In the ‘mainstream’ world, there has been so much fear propaganda dished out about fasting and going periods of time without food, but thankfully that’s all changing with the science that’s now emerging, and more people incorporating intermitted fasting into their lifestyles a little bit.
Since the time we are born, we’re taught to eat three square meals a day plus snacks, and what those meals and snacks should consist of. As a result, the world continues to become ill, and people were becoming addicted, and still are.
But things have changed a lot, the amount of awareness that’s been created about our food industry, as well as our health industry and the products we use which surround all aspects of human life, is great. It’s truly amazing how far we’ve come, and how many people are choosing to make lifestyle changes, which ultimately, will save the human race from corporate dominance, and render them useless. Why? Because without us, there is no them.
Just look at the GMO movement, the organic movement, the holistic and naturopathic movements that are starting to emerge. We are living in the birth of a new era, where our old ways are clearly not serving us so we are breaking out into new ways of doing things. A positive transition is indeed occurring.
Anyways, the point is, fasting, and going without food, but still consuming pure water when you desire, has tremendous benefits if practiced correctly. Even dry fating (without water) or short periods of time can be beneficial. It turns out, depriving your body of food triggers a number of responses in the body that have a tremendous healing power and the ability to combat multiple diseases. It makes sense, most animals have bodies that are designed to go long periods of time without food. When we do feed, from a fasted state, our body also has an easier time absorbing the nutrients, so it’s a great way to help the absorption of nutrients into your body when you do feed, which is also very important.