It has been said that the right hand of the gospel is the health message. The health message is considered powerful because when we become weak, there is strength in applying simple
remedies of God that do not debilitate the human organism by their sound physical and electromechanical properties.
Back in the 19th century there was a British scientist named John Ambrose Fleming that discovered what is known as the “Right Handed Rule.” The Right Hand Rule is characterized
in physics and mathematics as notations or charting of vectors in 3 dimensions, made of coordinates, with direction and rotation. These vectors obey rules that govern the universe are held in
place by the right hand of God. On the other hand, when we disobey the rules of health, there are consequences to our foolish actions. Every system, organ, tissue, cell, nucleus, molecule and
atom were made to obey rules.
At one time in the not too distant past, (approximately 700 years ago) the establishment at that time did not recognize the views of Galileo Galilei that the earth and other planets rotated
around the sun, (heliocentrism) but rather they believed that the entire universe rotated around our planet earth (geocentrism).
Genesis 1:14 states that “God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night: and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:
And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so. And God made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to
rule the night: he made the stars also.”
The habitations of the sun, the moon and the stars are vital for the existence of our habitat on earth as well as for our existence as humans in inhabiting it. Much like the sun, the body
releases a neurotransmitter called Cortisol, for the ruling to a greater degree in the day, and much like the moon, the body releases another neurotransmitter for the ruling to a lesser degree in the
night called Melatonin. These two neurotransmitters are good for signaling the network of systems in the body night and day that are necessary to maintain the 24 hr. life cycle that repeats itself
day after day and night after night like clockwork.
The astronomist and mathematician Johannes Keppler, in the 17th century described the laws of planetary motion. Speaking plainly about the handiwork he observed in the heavens he
wrote: “O God, I think Thy thoughts after Thee.” In the first law he discovered that on a horizontal plane, the orbit of every planet is an ellipse with the sun at one of the two foci. On
a vertical plane however, it is known that Polaris, the North Star and the Southern Cross, or the Southern Star, are two fixed points of reference that provide a magnetic axis in our solar
system. With this magnetic axis, the habitation of the 11 stars, otherwise known as planets, (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and 2003UB) including
the sun and moon on a horizontal plane in our solar system are held in place. This magnetic axis allows them to navigate around it’s elliptical field, day after day, month after month,
season after season and year after year.