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Light helps define matter and energy. Einstein’s equation, E = MC2, proves that light is both matter (photons) and energy (waves). Could any therapy be more ‘pure’ than light therapy? Read ‘Into the Light’ to learn about the remarkable healing potential of ‘Photoluminescence’, Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI).
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ISBN: 9781623090371
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