When you walk barefoot there is an interchange of electrical energy with the Earth. As electrochemical beings we have a vibration which shows up in our aura. The Earth has a conductivity of 50 to 200 v/p/m.

We live in a safe zone.  Above us the air becomes thinner and the voltage increases. Starting at about 300 miles and right above the ionosphere two layers called the Van Allen Belts cover the Earth.  The first Belt goes to about 15,000 miles possesses a conductivity of about 10 million electron volts. The second belt which extends to about 25,000 miles has about a million volts.There is no way a human could pass safely through these highly charged regions inside a thin aluminum exterior which the Apollo “spacecraft” possessed. These slender aluminum walls would have only produced a scattering effect and make the bombardment of charged particles worse. The artificial rubber and polyester suits worn by the “astro-nots” would not have provided any protection. And it would take quite a while depending on the speed. If a spacecraft could go 25,000 m/p/h it would take an hour. Do you honestly think someone can receive millions of volts for a long period of time and survive? So unless the Apollo astronauts had the Hand of God covering them they would have gotten sizzled.

But wait there is even more. We sent two rovers to Mars by parachuting them to it’s surface. How did we do that if Mars has just about no atmosphere at all to slow down the descent? Parachuters on Earth don’t go above a certain height (maybe 12 or 13,000 ft.) because the air is too thin and will not provide resistance to open the parachute. So there would be no way parachutes would open in the basically air-less atmosphere of Mars.

We are bioelectrical beings in an electrical (plasma) universe. Our mission is to connect to the world  around us. Walking barefoot will help do that. Lying will not.

Barefoot contact with the Earth affects intracellular illumination of the body. Endowing enhanced sensory perception. As well as cellular rejuvenation and vibration.