The Law of Three (3 of 3)
By Atom Bergstrom
Solar Nutrition is based on three specific times of day — based on the geometry of the Egyptian scarab beetle.
Growth Zone One includes everything between the bottom of the rib cage and the diaphragm muscle to the top of the head.
This is the Tree Growth Zone of the environment. It moves upwards against gravity in the direction of the Sun (heliotropism).
It evolved out of the CANOPY habitat of the three heights of the forest ecology.
As a very general guideline, foods growing above four feet usually occupy Growth Zone One.
Ultimately, eating Zone One foods creates an Ectomorph (thin-frame) physique classification (somatotype).
The ectoderm germ layer (outside layer) creates the skin and nervous system.
Growth Zone Two includes everything between the hip bones and the bottom of the rib cage.
This is the Vine Growth Zone of the environment. It twines in a spiral moving parallel to an axis (plagiotropism).
It evolved out of the UNDERSTORY habitat of the three heights of the forest ecology.
It includes the cereal grasses, which escaped from the deeply shaded understory.
As a very general guideline, foods growing between four inches and four feet usually occupy Growth Zone Two.
Ultimately, eating Zone Two foods creates a Mesomorph (muscle-dominant) physique classification (somatotype).
The mesoderm germ layer (middle layer) creates the heart, muscles, and blood vessels.
Growth Zone Three includes everything from the soles of the feet to the top of the hip bones.
This is the Root Growth Zone of the environment. It moves downwards in the direction of gravity and water (geotropism and hydrotropism).
It evolved out of the FLOOR-SUBFLOOR habitat of the three heights of the forest ecology.
As a very general guideline, foods growing below four inches usually occupy Growth Zone One.
Ultimately, eating Zone Three foods creates an Endomorph (stocky-frame) physique classification (somatotype).
The endoderm germ layer (innermost layer) creates the digestive, urinary, and respiratory tracts.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
1) “Trees receive radiation from the Sun at dawn as it comes up over the horizon. Fruit and nuts are vitalized for nourishment early in the day. Also, cellular bodies secrete the necessary substances to handle such types of food at this time. The Creative Intelligence has supplied the right types of protein, carbohydrate, fat, oil, water, and air to be utilized at that period of the day. Too, bodily secretions are geared to respond better and to handle these forms of energy as nourishment at breakfast.”
2) “At noon, the radiations of the Sun are directly overhead and the leaves of the trees act as an umbrella for the fruits and nuts. But all the vegetables that grow above the surface of the earth have opened up to absorb the radiations. A greater variety is more in demand due to the body’s increased activity and secretions.”
3) “At evening when the rays of the Sun are diminished, foods that grow underground are ideal. Nature did not intend us to consume large quantities of food at night, therefore selections and varieties are limited, but balanced, in their chemical relationship.”