A question – could the creation of a certain quality of light within ourselves impact upon the ageing process?
On chromosome 14 is a gene that makes part of the enzyme telomerase, which is involved in controlling the process of aging in our cells.
Telomeres are the caps at the end of each strand of DNA that protect our chromosomes, just like the plastic tips at the end of shoelaces.
Without the coating, shoelaces become frayed until they can no longer do their job, just as do cells with shortened telomeres.
The DNA strands become damaged, and our cells can’t do their job.
So what if the absence of light would impact on the telomeres’ ability to to their job – leading to premature ageing?
Or an increase in light leading to very healthy telomeres and thus the absence of any damaged strands?
The light that belongs with Chromosome 14 is Dazzling. By that premise, could the creation of Dazzling light lead to a longer life?