Use of the Burning Glass for Sun Treatment in the Cure of Imperfect Sight

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,

    This is a video recorded by my friend as he uses the burning glass to
    cure his eyes. The light is very beneficial for relieving the strain
    of imperfect sight, and is one of the greatest methods of cure.

    You can see it here!

    http://krupnov.blogspot.com/

    Remember, if you would like to try this technique at home for yourself
    in order to cure your eyes, it is always advisable to take great care
    in doing so. The glass should be of 1 or 2 inches in diameter, and
    must be rapidly moving to focus the light into the sclera.

    Remember, perfect sigh without glasses is your birth right!
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  2. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,

    This is a video recorded by my friend as he uses the burning glass to
    cure his eyes. The light is very beneficial for relieving the strain
    of imperfect sight, and is one of the greatest methods of cure.

    You can see it here!

    http://krupnov.blogspot.com/

    Remember, if you would like to try this technique at home for yourself
    in order to cure your eyes, it is always advisable to take great care
    in doing so. The glass should be of 1 or 2 inches in diameter, and
    must be rapidly moving as you focus the light into the sclera.

    Remember, perfect sight without glasses is your birth right!
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  3. Zetsu

    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    Your friend seems quite talented. Is this something that Bates also
    recommended?
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Aug 31, 2007
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  4. Zetsu

    Ms.Brainy Guest

    Would you recommend to do palming together with sunning? It will
    provide extra protection to the eyes from the beneficial UV light.

    Or maybe no protection is needed? Isn't it what you have preached
    before? And if so, why the burned glass? Is it less damaging than
    sunglasses that you oppose? Doesn't it create a partition between the
    patient and the source of healing?

    I guess there are many ways to worship the sun. The Mayans built
    temples for the sun. They sell souvenirs del sol. I recall using a
    blackened glass to watch a sun eclipse when I was a child in a far
    away land. I didn't know that I was actually doing Batesian sunning!
     
    Ms.Brainy, Aug 31, 2007
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  5. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,
    Yes this is one of the most important technique that Bates
    recommended.

    It has often produced remarkable cures in patients with varyos
    disorders.

    No, it does not require any special talent in order to use the burning
    glass, it is quite simple actually! Only it will requires a small
    amount of time where the person will practice with a friend, after
    which it is possible to devote further time to practice on his own.

    I will teach you how it is used if you wish to be cured of imperfect
    sight. Or please you can read the book also! All answers found in
    there!

    http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Perfect_Sight_Without_Glasses
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  6. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,
    Yes. The sun treatment and palming both work very well used in
    succession, and the mind rest which is required for perfect sight is
    very easily attained in these favorable conditions. It is very
    advisable.
    Yes, no protection at all is needed for the sun treatment.

    To protect and shade the eyes from the great healing and therapeutic
    effect of the sun is a foolish decision. It is always injurious to the
    sight.
    I do not worship the sun, old woman! Is this your finest attempt at
    mockery? Please remove these strange thoughts from your mind; the
    attempt will not work.

    I am not hurt by your feeble attacks on me!
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  7. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,
    Yes. The sun treatment and palming both work very well used in
    succession, and the mind rest which is required for perfect sight is
    very easily attained in these favorable conditions. It is very very
    advisable.
    Yes, no protection at all is needed for the sun treatment.

    To protect and shade the eyes from the great healing and therapeutic
    effect of the sun is a foolish decision. It is always injurious to the
    sight.
    I do not worship the sun, old woman! Is this your finest attempt at
    mockery? Please remove these strange thoughts from your mind; the
    attempt will not work.I am not hurt by your feeble attacks on me!
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  8. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,
    Yes this is one of the most important technique that Bates
    recommended.

    It has often produced remarkable cures in patients with varyos
    disorders.

    No, it does not require any special talent in order to use the burning
    glass, it is quite simple actually! Only it will requires a small
    amount of time where the person will practice with a friend, after
    which it is possible to devote further time to practice on his own.

    I will teach you how it is used if you wish to be cured of imperfect
    sight. Or please you can read the book also! All answers found in
    there!

    http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Perfect_Sight_Without_Glasses
     
    Zetsu, Aug 31, 2007
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  9. Zetsu

    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    Of course, we don't accept gene theory whereby someone may inherit a
    problem, right?

    What does Bates say about curing keratoconus? Or congenital
    cataracts? Or Stargardt's disease? Or retinitis pigmentosa?
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Sep 1, 2007
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  10. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,

    In the case where the sight is imperfect from the point of conception
    and birth, the sight may be treated with rest of the mind, nontheless.

    There have been reported cases, whereby blindness from-birth has been
    cured.
    That they are all curable.

    It a matter of central fixation.
     
    Zetsu, Sep 1, 2007
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  11. Zetsu

    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    All I have to do is to find one instance of a non-cure and your
    statement will be proven false. For example, a person with
    Stargardt's is incapable of central fixation.
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Sep 1, 2007
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  12. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,

    Yes, one exception to a theory will disprove a theory.

    But the cure of imperfect sight is built on fact, and not theory!
    What is Stargardt please?
     
    Zetsu, Sep 1, 2007
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  13. Zetsu

    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    Can these facts be corroborated and verified by independent
    observers? If so, where can I find that information?
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Sep 1, 2007
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  14. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,

    Yes, the facts can be demonstrated to anyone willing to do so.

    The information is can be found in yourself.
     
    Zetsu, Sep 1, 2007
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  15. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello.
    Why is that so?
    To imply that the rest methods are ineffective on the account that the
    'rate of improvement' is similar to others is a most stupid and
    irrelevant comparison. Do not manipulate statistics to prove your
    falsehood.

    Anyway, are you suggesting that I should have to wait until I become
    40 years old (25 years to wait) so that I could made the 'hyperopic
    shift'?

    What idiot-ness.
    Okay so this disease, what is it?
     
    Zetsu, Sep 1, 2007
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  16. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Hello,
    Then you should begin the rest methods and verify to yourself.
     
    Zetsu, Sep 1, 2007
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  17. Zetsu

    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    You really have nothing to offer. Between "try it yourself" and
    calling everybody idiots, your arguments have been quite
    unpersuasive. I guess the only corroboration for the Bates method
    is.....Bates.
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Sep 2, 2007
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  18. Zetsu

    lena102938 Guest


    and also:

    Woods ,1948
    Hildreth HR, Meinberg WH, Milder B, et al. ,1948

    Sloane A, Dunphy, EB, Emmons, WV ,1948

    Berens C, Girard LJ, Fonda G, Sells SB 1957,1948

    Rosen RC, Schiffman HR, Meyers H. ,1984
    Balliet R, Clay A, Blood K. T 1984
    Angi MR, Caucci S, Pilotto E, et al 1996
    L
     
    lena102938, Sep 2, 2007
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  19. Zetsu

    Neil Brooks Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes
    Shit, Lena.

    I pick just ONE of your supposed "citations" and here's the
    conclusion:

    "In conclusion, biofeedback visual training had a positive effect on
    psychological distress and subjective VA improvement, but failed to
    reduce the existing myopia or delay its evolution."

    It's NOT about Bates. It's about biofeedback.

    And it concludes that it "failed to reduce the existing myopia or
    delay its evolution."

    Do the two of you SHARE a common dementia-related disorder?? Are you
    biologically related in any way??

    Why in the HELL do both of you tend to post SO MANY THINGS that either
    SAY NOTHING or CONTRADICT your positions??
     
    Neil Brooks, Sep 2, 2007
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  20. Zetsu

    lena102938 Guest

    It sas
    It was "subjective VA improvement"

    VA improvement.
    Which they can not explain.

    "failed to reduce the existing myopia or
    delay its evolution."
    They mean that refractometer's
    readings were the same.

    If they see better who cares about refractometer reading ?

    If you TV workis good,
    Do you care what electrical current in the socket ?
     
    lena102938, Sep 2, 2007
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