Selenium (chemical symbol Se), atomic element number 34 of the Periodic Table, is one of the “56 trace elements” of Solar Nutrition Three.

Emanuel Revici, M.D., classified selenium as a strongly catabolic element hierarchically associated with the cellular level of the body (monocellular cytoplasmic formations) and the Fourth Period of the Periodic Table of the Elements.

Also known as little sulfur or “sulfur’s stepchild,” this fourth period chalcogen (oxygen) family nonmetal chemically resembles the action of sulfur and tellurium.

One of selenium’s several allotropes is called “metallic selenium,” which is a poor conductor of electricity in the dark but can increase its conductivity up to a thousandfold in direct sunlight.

It’s a photoconductor, transforming light energy into electrical energy.

This is why “metallic selenium” is used in photoelectric cells found in automatic door openers, robotic sensors, light meters, and photocopy machines, laser printers, (and selenium cells were even used in Alexander Graham Bell’s “photophone,” which transmitted sound over a light beam back in 1880).

Selenium is used in rectifiers because it can convert AC to DC.

Selenium is used in the vulcanization of rubber and as a decolorizer of glass that removes the green of iron compounds even better than manganese.

Selenium is used to create the red color of warning lights, e.g. traffic lights, brake lights, signal lights, etc. It’s used in electronics and enamels.

Dandruff-controlling shampoos contain selenium sulfide.

Selenium is used by fish to protect against inorganic mercury, turning it into water-soluble mercury selenide.

Selenium protects and oxygenates the heart, prevents cancer, detoxifies cadmium, and is essential to the production of prostaglandins.

The flavoprotein antioxidant set of enzymes called glutathione peroxidases contain selenocysteine, in which selenium has replaced the sulfur in cysteine.

Excess selenium is a cause of cancer, liver damage, and genetic deformities.

Depending on the composition of the soil, some of the Astragalus genus of plants are either selenium, uranium, or copper-molybdenum accumulators.

Selenium displaces sulfur.

Human milk contains six times as much selenium as cow’s milk.

Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, bromine, and barium.

Garlic, brewer’s yeast, brown rice, asparagus, or seafood are excellent selenium sources.

Plant-based selenium is more bioavailable to humans than selenium found in meat or fish.

Supplemental selenium is available in two Zone Two forms, organically as selenomethionine and inorganically as sodium selenite.

Dr. Emanuel Revici treated certain cellular cancers with hexyldiselenide, heptyldiselenide, tetraline perselenide, naphthalene perselenide, etc.

Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D. (Cancer Therapy: The Independent Consumer’s Guide to Non-Toxic Treatment & Prevention, 1992, 1996) wrote …

“Scientists sometimes have short memories. In a 1980 review, for example, one doctor seriously stated that no human experiments with selenium had ever been performed. Yet at that time, Dr. Revici had been using organic selenium in his practice for about four decades and had published a medical textbook describing such work (Research in Physiopathology as Basis of Guided Chemotherapy, with Special Application to Cancer. Princeton: D. Van Nostrand and Company, Inc., 1961).”

Researchers at Harvard Medical School discovered that men with the highest selenium levels were 48 percent less likely to develop advanced prostate cancer than men with the lowest levels.

Selenium is a MORNING Zone One element, and ORANGE is its single color spectral predominance.

Here’s some quotes by Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) about selenium …

“Use selenium to stabilize silver, like in photography. Copper, selenium, and antimony, in that order, are necessary for maintaining balance in the bones for flexibility and proper bonding effect.”

“Take selenium for shingles.”

“Eat matzo-ball soup to trigger the selenium process to grow hair. For hair growth, make a cream from hazelnuts, coconut, avocado, and zinc. Hazelnut contains the selenium.”

“Cockroaches contain a superior form of selenium.”

“Selenium is the core of vitamin E. The ‘E’ stands for energy and emission.”

(Note by At-OM – Vitamin E and selenium can be regulated by doing reflexology on the little finger and “crystalline zone.”)

“Selenium gives you consistency, and allows you to be yourself. It speeds up reactions. Conflict between you and the other party will cause a selenium drop. Eat it to be slim.”

“Selenium is knocked out by epileptic seizures. Pork eaters tend to become epileptics. Beets help the liver, which is responsible for epileptic pressure.”

'Selenium Is the Core of Vitamin E' have 2 comments

  1. December 8, 2012 @ 11:08 am matt

    Hi atom, I have been trying to explain solar nutrition to friends etc – i come unstuck in trying to describe in words how the food has more energy / usefulness at certain points in a day. In my head I have the idea of non – locality and the vibration fields or something are resonating strongest at this point!?

    People in general seem to argue – “i understand if perhaps we have just picked the fruit off the tree,” (but that is not how we eat usually!)
    I also try to include your info I have read on the angle of the sun – but I lack a link of how this transfers to the foods energy?

    I was wondering if you could speak some words that could help me explain to people how and why the foods are more beneficial at times of the day – also is it that they are damaging for us if eaten out of time or simply not as nutritious?

    Thanks alot in advance if you can help



    • December 10, 2012 @ 12:23 am atomb

      I had the same trouble when I started eating Solar back in 1975 … and that was even before scientists discovered the Food-Entrainable Clock Genes in the brain’s VMN were just as important as the Light-Entrainale Clock Genes in the SCN.

      Your best bet is to tell your friends to buy a copy of my e-book, Full-Spectrum Eating (at, where I’ve quoted some of the thousands of scientific studies on circadian rhythms and other references from folklore and metaphysics.

      “Solar Nutrition isn’t for everyone.” – Swami Nitty-Gritty


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