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Spiritual Uses of the Aloe Vera Plant

Spiritual Rejuvenator
Aloe vera has always been a popular herb amongst bush doctors and spiritual workers. The
frequency vibration that aloe vera has is mystical. The main use of aloe vera is to re-calibrate the
body’s frequency system. This is done on a DNA level. It gets the body’s cells to follow the normal
instructions within the DNA. Aloe vera is used to turn off incorrect DNA instructions.

Mystics use aloe vera to turn off all the negative signals within the body. The powerful ingredient of
aloe vera is organic germanium. This mineral is used by the body to reinforce the proper DNA
signals. When there is an anomaly in the body, such as a cell reproducing abnormally, the body
knows. However, the body may not have the power to overwhelm that cell and bring it back into the
proper frequency vibration.

The organic germanium within the aloe vera provides the necessary instructions and building blocks
for the immunity system to recalibrate itself and cancel out the negative vibration. Therefore, aloe
vera is used to cure any disease. The electrolytic properties of aloe vera are also important.
Sometimes the cells are having problems communicating with each other because they are not on
the same wave length (vibration). The magical use of aloe vera is to keep all cells on the same wave
length, so as to protect the integrity of DNA instructions.

There are some Rastafarian herbalist who uses only aloe vera to cure all sickness, even AIDS and
cancer. I hope to master this method of healing within the next ten years. I have been studying for
the past ten years and in the middle of my apprenticeship. Rastafarians and herbalists see the body
as machinery that transports the spirit. The body is metaphysically intertwined in the spirit.

The body is a Ferrari transporting the soul, which is the


driver. Therefore, it is important to overstand the role of the
driver. From a spiritual perspective, it is revealed that the
Ferrari needs certain maintenance and fuel to keep it
working. It needs the lubricating oil, organic germanium.
The twelve cylinders will not fire properly without this oil.

Whenever there is a decision to maintain the Ferrari to run


properly and in-tune, this is a spiritual decision. If we
listen to the frequency of our bodies, the voice inside will
reveal that we need to recalibrate the Ferrari.
Whenever, there is a decision to keep driving the Ferrari when only 6 of the 12 cylinders are
working, this is a non-spiritual decision (a dumb ego decision).

The spiritual use of aloe vera is to keep the cylinders firing on the same accurate levels. The DNA
within our cells contains the correct instruction that was given from the spiritual self already.
The mystical use of the aloe vera is to bridge the communication gap between the driver and the
Ferrari. We will look into some other ancient spiritual uses of aloe vera.

Mumification
The aloe vera plays a very important role in the afterlife. Within the
ancient civilization of Egypt, it is used to help the soul journey into
the afterlife. Aloe vera preserves the integrity of the physical body
during life and death. It keeps the skin looking fresh for the living
and strangely does the same for the dead. It contains properties that
maintains the collagen of the skin and prevents the elasticity from
becoming loose. This is one the functions of an embalming fluid.

The Egyptians and other similar cultures did not believe that the body would journey properly without
first embalming the body with aloe vera. It was very important to maintain the dead body with the
same frequency structure that the living body had. This was because, they believed that the same
body would be used to journey in the afterlife. Therefore, you can see why it was important to
maintain the same structural integrity of the body after death.

Another important factor which is not popular is preventing the soul and body from reincarnating with
the same physical realm. It is believed that if the bodies were allowed to decay and enter again into
the carbon cycle of the earth, the soul would not journey into the afterlife, but get stuck in the earth
cycle again. For example, the soul would become soil, then a plant, then an animal, then finally
human again. Therefore, the aloe vera and other herbs are used to bond the soul and prevent it from
reintegrating with the earth again.

Mummification is based on the butterfly's cocoon phase. Death is when the body enters the cocoon
phase. The spiritual use of the ale vera is to seal the cocoon. This is important so that the soul can
develop to journey the afterlife.

Spiritual Bath
Within Jamaican mysticism, the aloe vera is used to give spiritual
baths. This has nothing to do with herbalism, this is strictly spiritual.
In Jamaica, the ancient African science of obeah is still practiced.
The word Obeah translates to the word balance, which is the same
as the God, Baal. The spiritual use of aloe vera is used to ward off
evil spirits. When there is a sickness within the body, it is believed
that the body has been placed out of frequency by an invading
spirit. This invading spirit causes multiple sicknesses that cannot be
explained by western medical science.

Therefore, those who believe in Obeah will consult an Obeah man or mother woman (female
practitioner). They will create a bath using aloe vera as one of the ingredients for the patient to bathe
with order to block and ward off the evil spirits.
This method is also observed in other spiritual belief systems across the world. The common
consensus is that aloe vera has the ability to block evil spirits. Due to fact that animals and insects
that eat the dead are seen as evil spirits, it is reasoned that if the plant blocks those bacteria, insects
and animals within the physical realm; it will block the spiritual manifestations of decay within the
spiritual realm.

Aloe Vera Fasting


This fasting is normally used, when the person is on the brink of
death and western medical science has failed. The body system is
shot and death is imminent. The use of aloe vera here is to ward of
the demon of death. It is normally done to buy time, in order to
recalibrate the frequency of the body using a combination of other
herbs from an herbalist point of view. From a spiritual point of view,
it used to keep the person alive long enough for spiritual prayer
warriors to do their thing.

The fasting method works by eliminating or neutralizing toxins in the body. This helps to get the cells
that were shut down by the toxins to start working again. The cells which have been killed by toxins
are also poisoning the nearby cells. The aloe vera helps to build antibodies immediately to engulf
these dead cells and neutralize them, so that neighboring cells are not affected.

Aloe Vera fasting also works for those who are not facing death but it is normally used when
conventional cures have failed. The fasting is only used for less than 12 hours, because aloe vera
works really fast and is potent. Aloe vera fasting requires swallowing a small part of the plant every
hour for the first 3-6 hours.

Zombie
Aloe vera is one the secret plants (not secret anymore) used in zombism practiced within the voodoo
occult. It is basically used in allnecromancy based sciences. It is believed to be used also in
theXiangxi “hurrying corpse” magic. The magical use of aloe vera on dead bodies is believed to give
the bodies strange electrolytic properties. The basic use is of course is to prevent decay of the flesh.
It is also used to ward of scavenger bacteria, animals and insects. Therefore, the zombie will stay life
like as long as possible.

The electrolytic (electrical) properties of aloe vera give the sorcerer some level of control over the
body. Within the scientific field of reanimation, aloe vera is also used. Reanimation has nothing to do
spiritualism. The dead is simple manipulated using electrical shocks to appear life like. There are
many secret clandestine labs throughout the world that practice reanimation.

Review
Sorry if I scared you a bit. The spiritual uses of aloe vera are vast. There many topics that I did not
touch on. This is just some of the basic spiritual uses that I have observed (not practiced). I have
also learned that some of the people who claim to be sorcerers are really herbalists who manipulate
plants to get astounding results and then claim it to be magic.

It is the knowledge that we should unlock about these plants such as aloe vera in order to get the
Ferrari running efficiently

Bless

Aloe Vera – Healing Plant

Aloe Vera – Aloe Barbadensis Miller


The word Aloe in Sanskrit means Goddess.

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Known by such names as healing plant, miracle plant, burn plant, first aid plant, lily of
the desert, jelly leek, plant of life and plant of immortality, Aloe vera and related species
are well loved and widely used around the world.

Originally a native of South and East Africa, this remarkable healing plant flourishes in
warm, dry climates such as the Mediterranean. I’ve seen many humongous Aloe plants
rising up from the mountainsides throughout southern Italy where I spend my winters.
Home in Maine, we grow our Aloe in pots on a sunny windowsill.

A member of the Liliacea family, Aloe vera is a succulent perennial, grows in a clump
and has long, spiky, grey-green leaves. The yellow-orange tubular flowers bloom at the
top of tall spikes that emerge from the center of the plant. There are approximately 400
species of Aloe, but it is the Aloe Barbadensis Miller, or “true aloe,” referred to as Aloe
vera, that possesses the most remarkable healing properties.

History – Aloes have a history of use going back for at least 5,000 years. In Ayurvedic
medicine Aloe vera gel is considered to possess estrogenic properties, and this may be
one of the reasons the plant was so highly esteemed by Indian, Arab, Egyptian and
Mediterranean women. Aloe was known and widely used in Asia, and is found in the
folklore of the Japanese, Filipinos and Hawaiians. Its name is derived from the Arabic
word alloeh, meaning bitter, most likely due to the bitter liquid found in the leaves.
A Sumerian clay tablet found in the city of Nippur, written around 2,200 B.C.,
documents the first recorded use of Aloe vera as a laxative. A detailed account of Aloe’s
medicinal value is found in the Egyptian Papyrus Ebers, dated about 1,550 B.C. This
document records twelve formulas combining Aloe with other substances for the
treatment of both internal and external ills.

The New Testament tells us that “Later, Joseph of Arimathea asked Pilate for the body
of Jesus. Now Joseph was a disciple of Jesus, but secretly because he feared the Jews.
With Pilate’s permission, he came and took the body away. He was accompanied by
Nicodemus who brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five pounds.
Taking Jesus’ body, the two of them wrapped it with the spices, in strips of linen. This
was in accordance with Jewish burial customs.” John 19:38-40

The master of Roman pharmacology, Dioscorides, 41 A.D.-68 A.D., expanded his herbal
knowledge and skill as he traveled throughout the lands with the Roman army. He
observed that the whole aloe vera leaf, when pulverized, would stop the bleeding of
wounds and attributed to its juices “the power of binding, of inducing sleep.”
Dioscorides further noted that it “loosens the belly, cleansing the stomach” and was
used to treat boils, ease hemorrhoids, heal bruises and dry, itchy skin conditions, was
good for the tonsils, gums and mouth irritations, and that it was an effective medicine
for the eyes. By the year 200 A.D. Aloe had become an essential and vital part of Roman
medicine.

The plant was brought to the New World by the Spanish in the 1600s. It was planted in
gardens and used extensively by the missionaries as well as by the indigenous people as
a universal healing agent. Aloe was officially listed as both a purgative and a skin
protector by the United States pharmacopoeia in 1820.

Medicinal Uses – During the 20th century countless studies were conducted around
the world demonstrating Aloe vera to be therapeutic as well as curative for a wide range
of ills. Among them, Aloe has been shown to heal as well as to prevent radiation burns,
cut the healing time of fire burns by at least half, and heal ulcers, dermatitis and skin
diseases caused by parasites.
Aloe successfully heals cuts, blisters, sores and acne. It greatly improves skin texture
and helps eliminate dryness, itching, eczema, psoriasis and other skin diseases. Studies
have shown that aloe regenerates skin cells, eliminates scarring and promotes
regeneration of natural skin color.
It has effectively been used as a treatment for peptic ulcers, lung disorders, chronic leg
ulcers, periodontal disease, seborrhea and hair loss. Aloe is effective against ringworm
and other fungal infections, abscess, inflamed cysts and hot spots.

Studies performed in the 1960s and repeated in the 1980s confirmed findings that Aloe
is highly effective against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus viridaus, Candida
albicans, Corynebacterium xerosis, and the five strains of Streptococcus Mutant, and
that it is nontoxic. Furthermore, Aloe quickly relieves pain, eliminates soreness,
irritation and swelling, and is a very effective treatment for herpes and shingles.
Researchers concluded that Aloe is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial
agent and is effective against a broad spectrum of micro-organisms.

Studies conducted at the Chicago Burn Center demonstrated the ability of Aloe vera to
heal third degree burns and frost bite up to six times faster than accepted modern
medical treatment. Dr. Heggars, M.D., who directed the study, concluded that these
healing effects were due, at least in part, to the steroidal compounds and salicylic acid
present in the whole leaf. He found that Aloe eliminated scarring; normal skin color
returned, and the hair follicles were completely regenerated, allowing for re-growth of
hair in burned areas of the skin and scalp. Aloe was found to be more effective in
preventing and controlling infections than Silver Sulfadiazine.

Researchers at the Linus Pauling Institute concluded that drinking Aloe vera juice helps
improve protein digestion, promotes balance of digestive bacteria, relieves indigestion
and reduces acid stomach. They also found that it helps normalize bowel movements,
controls yeast infections, can be a benefit to those dealing with irritable bowel syndrome
and colitis, and that it has no toxic effects.

Researchers from Okinawa, Japan, reported in the Japanese Journal of Cancer Research
that Aloe contained at least three anti-tumor agents, emodin, mannose and lectin. When
Dr. James Duke, the well known and much beloved herbal educator, was with the
United States Department of Agriculture, he approved the use of Aloe mannose as a
treatment of soft tissue cancer in animals and of feline leukemia.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine Aloe vera is considered a cool, moistening, Yin tonic
and used to allay irritation, inflammation and infection and also to relieve congestion.
A Pharmacy in a Plant – Aloe contains at least 140 individual substances – no less
than 70 essential nutrients, including a wealth of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, protein,
phytosterols and amino acids.
Aloe vera juice offers vitamins A (beta-carotene and retinol), B1 (thiamine), B2
(riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), B12 (cyanocobalamin), choline, vitamin C
(ascorbic acid), E (tocopherol) and folic acid; plus the minerals calcium, chlorine,
copper, germanium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, silicon, sodium, sulfur
and zinc.

The plant also contains the organic acids chrysophanic, salicylic, succinic and uric and
all-important polysaccharides, long chain sugar molecules such as acemannen, which
act as immune stimulators and anti-inflammatory agents, as well as enzymes such as
glutathione peroxidase, and resins.

Phytosterols such as B-sitosterol, a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-cholestromatic,


which helps to lower cholesterol levels, and lupeol, a potent pain reliever and
antimicrobial agent, are also present.

Among Aloe’s ingredients are at least six potent antiseptic agents: lupeol, salicylic acid,
urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols and sulphur. All of these substances kill or
control mold, bacteria, fungus, and viruses which helps explain Aloe’s ability to
eliminate many internal and external infections.

Aloe also contains at least 23 polypeptides, or immune stimulators, and so is active


against a wide range of immune system diseases. These polypeptides, together with the
anti-tumor agents Aloe emodin and Aloe lectin, make Aloe an effective ally for the
prevention and treatment of cancer.

Acemannan, a constituent of aloe gel shown in laboratory tests to have strong immune-
stimulating and potent anti-viral activity, is thought to mimic the function of AZT, and is
currently being tested as a promising adjunct to AIDS therapy. When 20 ounces of Aloe
vera juice was orally administered to 69 AIDS patients per day, symptoms eventually
disappeared in 81% of these patients.

Directions for Use – Aloe vera is simple to use to treat external conditions, such as
burns, wounds and skin afflictions. The clear gel inside the leaf has an immediate
soothing effect and places a protective coat over the affected area, speeding the rate of
healing and reducing the risk of infection. This action is due in part to the presence of
aloectin B, another immune stimulating constituent present in the gel. To obtain the gel,
cut a leaf in half along its length and apply the inner pulp to the affected area.

The yellow sap that oozes from the base of the leaf when it is cut is called bitter aloes.
This bitter sap contains anthraquinones which are a useful digestive stimulant and act
as a strong laxative. Anthraquinones also bind to calcium in the urinary tract and
significantly reduce urinary calcium crystals. Aloe can be used to prevent stone
formation and reduce the size of kidney stones.

Aloe juice, made from both the skin and gel of the plant, may be a useful therapy for
those with diabetes type II, as laboratory studies show that it can stimulate insulin
release from the pancreas and reduce blood sugar and triglyceride levels in the blood.
Throughout history Aloe juice has been mixed with water, milk, wine, honey and many
other substances to make it easier to use and more palatable, with no loss of
effectiveness.

Remember that it is the synergistic relationship between all parts of the plant that make
Aloe vera such an amazing healer. Most authorities agree that there is no single agent
responsible for Aloe vera’s ability to heal, and therefore using the whole leaf is most
effective. In antiquity the whole plant was used, rather than one or another of its parts.
The leaves were often ground up and cooked to preserve their medicinal value when
traded across long distances. Successful modern studies have used either a combination
of the sap and gel, or the whole leaf.

Household benefits – Aloe plants improve air quality, and when grown in pots inside
the house, help remove toxins from the atmosphere. The plant has a strong reputation
in the magical realms; because its leaves emerge from the base of the plant in groups of
three, it has been associated with the sacred Trinity since the most ancient times.
Additionally, Aloe vera is believed to protect the home and its inhabitants from the evil
eye and when kept in the kitchen, helps prevent culinary mishaps.
Caution: People with heart disease, kidney disease, or electrolyte abnormalities should
not take aloe internally. Topical use of Aloe is entirely safe during pregnancy and
breastfeeding but oral use is not recommended.