“At first I was skeptical,” Dr. Sinatra admits.
“I said, ‘My gosh, putting my feet on the ground is going to improve my heart, my body; or at least the things that Clint is talking about?’ But then… I spoke to him for about an hour, and went from skeptical to being all in! … [L]ook, the heart is the most electrical organ of the body. We are electrical [beings].”
Famous Abbey Road Beatles Album Cover w/ Fake Paul McCartney (Paul Shirer) the only one barefoot & grounded, pointing to Earth w/ cigarette
Earthing, Time to Go Sole-less Again to Get Back Our Soul
“Mounting evidence suggests that the Earth’s negative potential can create a stable internal bioelectrical environment for the normal functioning of all body systems. Moreover, oscillations of the intensity of the Earth’s potential may be important for setting the biological clocks regulating diurnal body rhythms, such as cortisol secretion.
Throughout history, humans mostly walked barefoot or with footwear made of animal skins. They slept on the ground or on skins. Through direct contact or through perspiration-moistened animal skins used as footwear or sleeping mats, the ground’s abundant free electrons were able to enter the body, which is electrically conductive. Through this mechanism, every part of the body could equilibrate with the electrical potential of the Earth, thereby stabilizing the electrical environment of all organs, tissues, and cells.
It is also well established that electrons from antioxidant molecules neutralize reactive oxygen species (ROS, or in popular terms, free radicals) involved in the body’s immune and inflammatory responses. The National Library of Medicine’s online resource PubMed lists 7021 studies and 522 review articles from a search of ‘antioxidant + electron + free radical.’ It is assumed that the influx of free electrons absorbed into the body through direct contact with the Earth likely neutralize ROS and thereby reduce acute and chronic inflammation.
Modern lifestyle has increasingly separated humans from the primordial flow of Earth’s electrons. For example, since the 1960s, we have increasingly worn insulating rubber or plastic soled shoes, instead of the traditional leather fashioned from hides. Rossi has lamented that the use of insulating materials in post-World War II shoes has separated us from the Earth’s energy field.
Was the extremely popular Rubber Soul album an inside reference to the success of replacing leather soles with rubber so humans would lose their connectivity and healing powers that baring feet provides through Earth’s polarity?
Were “Sneakers”, created in the 1920’s, named such as that the PTB as an inside joke for those in the know?
The Manufactured Invention of the Beatles, Stones, Grateful Dead and the Birth of Rock n’ Roll by the Tavistock Institute; A Jesuit Corporation.
Theodor W. Adorno; Songwriter for All Beatles Songs; Director of Frankfurt/Tavistock Social Engineering School
Interview with A Budding Breatharian
3 thoughts on “Rubber Soul, The Sneaky Sneaker Loss of Connection To Source”
I’ve been sleeping with a grounded sheet for about four years and using a grounded computer keypad/handrest mat for two years. I discovered this issue after contracting a host of autoimmune conditions subsequent to a vaccination that was pushed on my by an aggressive doctor. I can attest that grounding is necessary for the body to function normally. What I would like to know is whether the crosswalk bars represent a UPC bar code with an embedded message? Notice how they are not evenly spaced.
No i didn’t notice, but good catch. Sorry for all the ailments caused by mans inhumanity to his fellow Hu-Man
Interpreting the crosswalk as a barcode, I see two 6’s – one under Paul’s right foot and one under John’s right foot. George’s right foot is on a 4. Ringo has one foot on each of the 6’s.