One size fits all!
Ha - never does in my experience.
Anyway, here's my "ONE size fits all" Christmas/Solstice message to all my friends far and wide. (That is globally,
not a comment on your physical appearances:-)

Speaking of which, things are never what they seem.
For Example: Do we actually exist at all physically - in the way
we traditionally think we do? and what holds all our illusorily atoms and molecules together anyway? Since even quantum physicists can't answer this I don't expect you to answer - and I don't know either.

In this article I touch on "The Electrical Universe theory" "The cool Sun theory" "Uranda and electrical discharges between planets" "Absorbtion" "Adsorbtion" and "Zeolites" (I wanted to cover "Angels, Earthing and Structured Water" as well, but I'll save that for the New Year :-)

We think the Sun is a hot ball of burning gases - because that is what we've been told - but did you know that there are alternative 'theories' of recent origin that suggest that the sun is cool and that the heat we feel is the result of the effect of the suns radiation as it vibrates the (illusory) molecules of our atmosphere, earth and bodies - or even of the sensors of the equipment we have that 'supposedly' measures temperatures at
a distance. For example the sun spots appear dark and are seemingly cool but when there are more sun spots the earth warms up! When there are no sun-spots is when the earth cools and has in the past experienced a mini ice age.

(Scroll down further for the link)

New theories say that the Sun is primarily an ELECTRICAL event and that the Newtonian model of the workings of the universe
no longer provide a workable hypothesis and that one that fits perhaps a bit better is that of an ELECTRICAL UNIVERSE.

It is also now hypothesised that many of the so-called 'impact craters' on the moon and other planets are formed by electrical discharges between planets, and not by impact at all.

And thus I come to a teacher some of you know of; URANDA, and I quote here some words of his from an address he gave in 1954:

" And there was a period ...... when certain of the planets; Mars, Venus, in the different cycles, were actually so close to the earth that they had the appearance of being much larger than our moon.

And there was fire ..... gravitational pulls involved between the two ...... electrical discharges manifesting between the two .... and it is no wonder that the people then looked up in the sky and saw this great fiery monster - as it appeared to them - and worshiped it - it wasn't in it's present place in the solar system.

Now, if you haven't heard anything like that before it may
sound a little fantastic to begin with, but we can look into it.......

........a near collision between our earth and another planet.
And there was a period of about 40 years when
they did not see the

........because, whatever we do here, we're working on the basis
of those scientific facts, not to try and achieve the impossible, but to set up vibratory conditions which will make it possible for us to utilise certain physical facts which are yet in the future.

And if we are not ready when they come.....
it will be just too bad.....

So, we intend to be ready."

You can hear Uranda's voice and see some interesting pictures
on this 3.5 min video I have made as my gift to you all:


1. the act of absorbing.
2. the state of being absorbed.
3. assimilation; incorporation.
4. preoccupation; engrossment.
5. assimilation by molecular or chemical action.
6. the removal of energy or particles from a beam by the medium through which the beam propagates.

1. Biology: The movement of a substance, such as a liquid or solute, across a cell membrane by means of diffusion or osmosis.

2. Chemistry: The process by which one substance, such as a solid or liquid, takes up another substance, such as a liquid or gas, through minute pores or spaces between its molecules. A paper towel takes up water, and water takes up carbon dioxide, by absorption. Compare adsorption.

3. Physics: The taking up and storing of energy, such as radiation, light, or sound, without it being reflected or transmitted. During absorption, the energy may change from one form into another. When radiation strikes the electrons in an atom, the electrons move to a higher orbit or state of excitement by absorption of the radiation's energy.

Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions, or molecules from a gas, liquid, or dissolved solid to a surface.

The process by which molecules of a substance, such as a gas or a liquid, collect on the surface of another substance, such as a solid. The molecules are attracted to the surface but do not enter the solid's minute spaces as in absorption. Some drinking water filters consist of carbon cartridges that adsorb contaminants.

The process by which an ultra-thin layer of one substance forms on the surface of another substance.

Adsorption examples:
Activated charcoal in a gas mask attracts toxic gas molecules, allowing the person wearing the mask to breathe fresh air.

Adsorption with activated carbon represents a low cost, highly effective method to remove metal ion from aqueous solution at low concentration


Zeolites are microporous crystalline solids with well-defined structures. Generally they contain silicon, aluminium and oxygen in their framework and cations, water and/or other molecules within their pores. Many occur naturally as minerals, and are extensively mined in many parts of the world. Others are synthetic, and are made commercially for specific uses, or produced by research scientists trying to understand more about their chemistry.

Because of their unique porous properties, zeolites are used in a variety of applications with a global market of several million tonnes per annum. In the western world, major uses are in petrochemical cracking, ion-exchange (water softening and purification), and in the separation and removal of gases and solvents. Other applications are in agriculture, animal husbandry and construction. They are often also referred to as molecular sieves.

The shape-selective properties of zeolites are also the basis for their use in molecular adsorption. The ability preferentially to adsorb certain molecules, while excluding others, has opened up a wide range of molecular sieving applications. Sometimes it is simply a matter of the size and shape of pores controlling access into the zeolite. In other cases different types of molecule enter the zeolite, but some diffuse through the channels more quickly, leaving others stuck behind.

If you check out this web-page you will see the beautiful geometry of Zeolites.