The power of the sun is well documented in Western science. Author Kimberly Dumke of National Geographic magazine notes, “the sun is the closest star to Earth. Even at a distance of 150 million kilometers (93 million miles), its gravitational pull holds the planet in orbit. It radiates light and heat, or solar energy, which makes it possible for life to exist on Earth. Plants need sunlight to grow. Animals, including humans, need plants for food and the oxygen they produce. Without heat from the sun, Earth would freeze. There would be no winds, ocean currents, or clouds to transport water. Solar energy has existed as long as the sun—about 5 billion years. While people have not been around that long, they have been using solar energy in a variety of ways for thousands of years.” Dumke notes.
But, what of men who possess Eumelanin’s ability to manifest the sun’s power through the intensity of the focus of their eyes because of their bodies ability to project the Ultraviolet Light their bodies naturally absorb? While Western Science does not document this capacity, Yakub Ultraviolet Light studies have now proven the science true. Continue reading