What is C60 ?
C60 are a family of molecules that are all composed of 60 carbon atoms arranged in a hollow sphere also known as C60 Fullerene.
C60 Fullerenes has been the subject of many scientific studies because they have many potential applications in various industries such as nano-electronics, biomedicine and fuel cells.
What is highly interesting is that a C60 fullerene’s hollow nature allows for all sorts of toxin and radio wave absorption. When disrupted by an energy field, a counter-clockwise spin occurs as shown in the graph above and creates an unhealthy energy field. C60 Fullerene’s bioenergy field can reverse this spin into a clockwise spin or a healthy and biocompatible field rotation.
C60 Fullerenes in its most natural form can be found in Shungite rock tracing back to 2-3 billion years ago to its first discovery in Shunga, Russia. However In 1903, two German geologists were exploring the area around the Ural Mountains in Russia. They were looking for precious metals and stones when they came across a mineral called shungite that would change their lives forever.
The German geologists presented their discovery to Shunga Russia’s head engineer, who then investigated it further. In 1906, Shunga Russia built its first underground mine at the site where the geologists had discovered shungite and from there started off on a journey of discovery and success in mining shungite
Shungite can be found on the edges of coal mines, near volcanic sites, and on the banks of rivers and lakes where pollution has occurred. The name Shungite derives from the Russian words – “shunka” meaning coal and “yta” meaning stone, which together mean coalstone or Coal Stone.
In recent years, research has been conducted on Shungites and their usefulness in the protection of humans against radiation exposure. Results show that Shungites can be effective in reducing levels of ionizing radiation-induced damage to human cells.