Blue and Red Light: or, Light and Its Rays as Medicine; showing that Light is the original and sole source of life, as it is the source of all the physical and vital forces in nature; and that light is nature's own and only remedy for disease; and explaining How to apply the red and blue rays to cure the sick and feeble; together with a chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom. S. Pancoast.
Blue and Red Light: or, Light and Its Rays as Medicine; showing that Light is the original and sole source of life, as it is the source of all the physical and vital forces in nature; and that light is nature's own and only remedy for disease; and explaining How to apply the red and blue rays to cure the sick and feeble; together with a chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom
Blue and Red Light: or, Light and Its Rays as Medicine; showing that Light is the original and sole source of life, as it is the source of all the physical and vital forces in nature; and that light is nature's own and only remedy for disease; and explaining How to apply the red and blue rays to cure the sick and feeble; together with a chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom
Blue and Red Light: or, Light and Its Rays as Medicine; showing that Light is the original and sole source of life, as it is the source of all the physical and vital forces in nature; and that light is nature's own and only remedy for disease; and explaining How to apply the red and blue rays to cure the sick and feeble; together with a chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom

Blue and Red Light: or, Light and Its Rays as Medicine; showing that Light is the original and sole source of life, as it is the source of all the physical and vital forces in nature; and that light is nature's own and only remedy for disease; and explaining How to apply the red and blue rays to cure the sick and feeble; together with a chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom.

Philadelphia: J. M. Stoddart & Co, [1877].

Frontispiece, folding plate at p. 24, colored plates, diagrams in text. Text printed in blue within red rule border. 312 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Blue cloth decorated in red and gilt. Spine toned, ends a bit rubbed. Front inner hinge cracked but holding. Very good. Item #315935

“the Red ray awakens all the dorman Vitality in the Nervous System, and if administered at the right time and in the right way produces healthful activity within when disease has reduced the Vitality below the health standard”

Theory of light and its medical applications by Seth Pancoast (1823-1889), physician, Kabbalist, and founding member of the Theosophical Society, who was closely connected with H.P. Blavatsky during her residence in the United States. Pancoast’s son, Henry Khunrath Pancoast (1875-1939) worked in the first X-ray department while studying medicine at Penn, and was a pioneering radiologist.

Price: $175.00