Swami Nitty-Gritty (Adano Ley) advised coordinating colors to the days of the week to boost the 7-day lipid immune response by synchronizing the biological CIRCASEPTAN (7-day) RHYTHM with the “social” circaseptan rhythm.

This also helps release and integrate traumas associated with specific colors.

A trauma is ALWAYS associated with a specific color.

Here’s Swami Nitty-Gritty’s color schedule for colors worn (an ongoing protocol) or foods eaten (a special or occasional protocol) …

(1) Red on Monday;

(2) Orange on Tuesday;

(3) Yellow on Wednesday;

(4) Green on Thursday (an optimum day for impregnation);

(5) Blue on Friday;

(6) Indigo, Purple, Violet, Ultraviolet, and/or Black on Saturday; and

(7) White on Sunday.

Swami Nitty-Gritty affirmed, “The chronotherapist works with acute time and chronic time. He encounters sequential behavior in a relative existence of a unified field.”

In Leyspeak, “acute time” is anytime within the first 7 days following an injury or trauma, whereas “chronic time” begins 7 days after an injury or trauma.

Emanuel Revici, M.D., referred to “acute time” as the phase for the “intervention” of “hydrolytic enzymes.”

According to Dr. Revici, “lipidic intervention” is the 7-day dividing line separating “acute time” from “chronic time.”

This “lipidic phase” occurs in the first 6 to 9 days (6 days is fast; 8 to 9 days, slow), with 7 days being the optimum immune response.

The fast-reacting person is vulnerable to death if this defense mechanism occurs faster than 6 days, and the slow reactor is vulnerable to the same if the reaction occurs after 9 days.

'High-Level Color Immunity' have 8 comments

  1. May 16, 2011 @ 12:24 pm shellinspector

    Hi Atom,

    I have been trying to follow this sicraseptan cycle with my clothes the last half a year or too. I can’t be sure I could notice a difference, but it certainly makes it easier to chose the shirt to wear on a given day;-)

    Color in clothing is an interesting topic. I heard from one Russian health lady, that women should avoid wear black since it is not good for their hormones. You too mentioned that black is the color of the ‘father’, and probably it does not play well with the female system.

    Another neat thing this woman mentioned (I beleive, her name is Lydia Surina) is that girls and women should avoid wearing pants, and most important of all, not have zippers in places where they usually make them. She postulated that if pants (or a skirt) is worn with a zipper, it has to be on a side, not in front. She said that a zipper is detrimental for female fertility and hormones in general. But, I guess, in the society where women want to be like men and want to fool around without fear of getting pregnant, this rule makes pants and jeans with the zipper in front a clothing of preference;-)

    As for the optimal clothing for both men an women, Lydia advised on long robes or kilts, a preferred clothing of Christian monks, Dervish people even Scots whose kilts originate from the Druids (ancient Celtic civilization) who definitely knew a thing or two about natures ways. A long robe does not constrain lower chakras and like a pyramid helps harmonize both the energy of the earth and the heaven.

    Man, If I showed up in a skirt to my work, my boss would definitely invite me for a long serious talk ;-)


    • May 16, 2011 @ 1:34 pm atomb

      Color isn’t the only thing that phase-locks the biological week to the social week.

      Exercise, eating, and exposure to sunlight are potent synchronizers (zeitgebers).

      A weekly exercise and/or fasting schedule can upgrade circaseptan clock genes.

      An excess or scarcity of any color – not just black – is unhealthy.

      An excess or scarcity of black seems to be especially detrimental to the kidneys.

      Zippers and pants – as well as amalgam fillings and lodged bullets in the spine or brain – can be neutralized with either acu-shunting or reflex-shunting.

      However, my attitude on clothing is homeopathic – the less, the better. :)


  2. May 17, 2011 @ 1:56 am shellinspector

    “..However, my attitude on clothing is homeopathic – the less, the better. …”

    Spot on! When they show these Tibetan monks dry wet linen by the heat of their body out in over 5000m altitude you do start to wonder a bit. But few people notice that the same monks on casual occasions wear their standard deep red/orange robes and some primitive sandals. Not warm jackets, no firs, no thick padded layers anywhere? Must be something they mix in the tea ;-)

    One famous Russian health guru, Parphiry Ivanov, often walked around bare-feet in only underpants in winter Russia. During WWII under occupation, the Nazi officers have been amusing themselves by putting this man under in horrific physical limit tests only to find out that he always stayed fine and healthy without any seed of bitterness or despair.

    Like you say, Atom, the “caloric heat” must be only a byproduct, the internal energy does not have to be heat-centric at all.


    • May 17, 2011 @ 1:50 pm atomb

      I came close to getting a handle on Tummo (“inner fire”) in 1987, doing such stunts as lying down in the snow (while it was snowing) in a Speedo.

      Cold showers and stimulation of the Triple Heater Meridian were part of my protocol.

      This ability seems to have disappeared except for the occasional superheating of my hands while doing a bodywork session.

      Swami Nitty-Gritty described 2 ways of generating body heat …

      (1) Friction, e.g., rubbing the hands together, and

      (2) Microwave, e.g., clapping the hands.


  3. May 20, 2011 @ 1:08 pm hns007

    Great post Atom,

    I’ve got the book and have started implementing the color part with my 6 year old boy. I was wondering whether the color would apply to both underwear and external clothes? or would only one of them be enough?



    • May 20, 2011 @ 3:14 pm atomb

      External clothes are better, but underwear is OK.

      Color is more important than most scientists realize.

      Vegetables exposed to different colors from sprouting to cultivation are chemically different and don’t taste the same.


  4. May 25, 2011 @ 2:30 am AnitaA

    Hi, what about wearing Gold or Silver? Are they under yellow and grey/white? thank you


    • May 26, 2011 @ 4:13 pm atomb

      Yes, gold and silver respectively correspond to the same days of the week as yellow and white.

      The trauma interpretations (covered in Yes No Maybe: Chronobiotic Nutrition) are quite different, however.


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