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- Open text field 1: Jakob Lorber (1800-1864) wrote this handbook in 1851 about healing by exposure to sunlight.
Jakob Lorber was an Austrian mystic who, from the age of 40, wrote a series of mainly metaphysical works.
The book "The Healing Power of Sunlight" , published in 1851, contains numerous hints and regulations for recovery from the effects of sun remedies.
From the foreword to the 4th edition in 1985
"Received more than a hundred years ago by the Inner Word, this Scripture is today more timely than ever: Cultural Diseases are increasingly threatening a humanity connected by technical civilization, the struggle for existence, and wrong diet and way of life Sources of nature has almost completely lost ... & quot
But all healing powers of nature come from the light of the sun, which with its radiation first evokes the invigorating effect of air, water and, in general, of all the factors that naturopathy uses for the benefit of the sufferer. .. & quot
Chapter 1 - General information about the healing power of the sun.
Chapter 2 - The first way to catch the sun's rays.
Chapter 3 - The second way to catch the sun's rays.
Chapter 4 - Notes on the Di?
Chapter 5 - Third way to catch the sun's rays
Chapter 6 - A Fourth Way of Using Sunlight for Healing
Chapter 7 - A Fifth Way of Using Sunlight for Healing
Chapter 8 - A sixth way of using sunlight for healing purposes.
Chapter 9 - Some more sun remedies.
10th Chapter - A sun remedy for the Brechruhr and cholera
Chapter 11 - A sun remedy for the plague and the yellow fever
Chapter 12 - Mr. Gottfried Mayerhofer announced a new sun remedy through the Inner Word in 1870.
Chapter 13 - A remedy for hair growth