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Doctors confirm Indian man Lives on Sunlight and Water!



   It has been widely reported that studies have confirmed a 62 yr Indian man while being observed in a hospital 24 hours a day for 120 days maintained a normal level of activity by only consuming Water and Gazing at the Sun!
  Doctors from his native India as well as Scientists from Penn State and Thomas Jeferson University in the USA have independently verified this phenomenon and named it the (HRM) effect after the mans name Hira Ratan Manek. 
 Manek a mechanical engineer who refers to the human brain as a ”super computer” and the eyes as a ”keyboard” says that “Solar energy absorbed through the eyes eliminates mental illness, physical illness, spiritual ignorance, and makes life happy and peaceful.”  He explains sungazing is best done barefoot on dirt and that the most important safeguard is “the sun should Only be viewed in the last hour of sunset or the first hour of sunrise.”  It is at those times that the sun is emitting virtually no harmful ultra violet rays” (meaning UV index of 0-2)Manek reportedly hasn’t eaten solid food since 1995 but on occasion will drink buttermilk or have tea while entertaining guests.   

     It is interesting to note that in Wikipedia when you search sungazing Then go to the contents and click on Scientific studies on sungazing  (pictured above) In the last paragraph it states that the sources Hira Ratan Manek sighted as testing him suggested that scientific work has been carried out on sungazing, the results have not been widely publicized, and neither the medical nor scientific communities at large acknowledge their validity.
   Why the mixed signals? If sungazing is benificial then accept and study it. If it is a hoax then say so.  Society has made seemingly incredible advances in science and technology. It would be nice to have a similar advance in consciousness as well.  The first step is to drop ego and open your mind.
Here is a link to a thoroughly compiled and edited online book about sun gazing;
The-Art and Science of Sun Gazing Living on Sunlight
 By: Vina Parmor, MBA.


  • chris 5 years ago


  • Chris 5 years ago

    Hey Thanks for the response.
    You have the same name as me how nice.
    It looks like you are going to need sometime to get use to this information.
    Good luck with that.

  • Aliens-Fact-Examiner 5 years ago

    This is true..I can confirm that he is an Alien who lives not only on Sun but thirves false rumors and lies. Believe me because I am the Aliens-Fact-Examiner!

    Sorry, I don't have any links to support that either but "Examiners" don't have to provide any fact check reports or links, etc. you agree right?

  • Robert 5 years ago

    Nice to know the Weekly World News lives on in an Examiner. Has Bat Boy been discovered again?

    Answer on sungazing? A hoax. But that doesn't mean it can't be studied in-depth using actual independent research. You seem to misunderstand science - both how it's funded and what its purpose is.
    Perhaps your Examiner title should reflect your interest in spirituality rather than claiming an environmental angle.

  • Chris 5 years ago

    Hi "Aliens-Fact-Examiner",Thanks for your comment. The truth is there are new things being discovered all the time from Hom0 Floresiensis to the mysteries we are poised to discover in the Large Hadron Collider. Nobody really knows the whole truth. Not you, me or the next person so get past your ego friend. Skepticism is the easiest way: believe nothing, do nothing.
    There is a link at the bottom of my article to a paper on scribed. Pages 61-71 outline press releases and doctor examination reports.

  • Chris 5 years ago

    Hi Rob, Thanks for writing.
    You are saying a lot in to few sentences.
    Spirituality and the environment are connected. Like the atom is connected to everything.

  • Danika 4 years ago

    i beleive this ,because many people nowdays willl fast for 40 says on just water, with no nproblem at all healthwise, when they can overcome their mental state ,thats telling them their hungry they have no trouble fasting,so who says he cant go years like this?,this doesint mean hes crazy or a fake it just means he has a much stronger state of mind and closer spiritualy then most people in the world. I dont know about anyone else, but i do beleive this.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    can any one back this claim by proof?? not in form as an article plz.....all articles published are not fact driven

  • gus 2 years ago

    i have now clocked in about 40 hrs sun gazing, and its amazing. i make love to the sun almost every day. once i got past the headaches and dizziness, that took about 1 -2 weeks, now everything is better. my eyes are stronger, im needing less and less sleep, i feel great all the time and the list goes on. This is not a hoax, this is source energy people so snap out of it. Vegetables and fruits are secondary source energy, sun is primary for without the sun there is NOTHING. so all you conspiracy theorists and claims that this man is an alien geezz get over yourself and get in love, start with yourself and then the sun. when i gaze into the sun its like im looking directly into my own soul merging with the one and looking back at myself with aw and love for that this is one of the best kept secrets. you have nothing to loose. PS only gaze at the sun 1hr after rise and 1hr before set. be safe 10seconds increase by 10 seconds each time. MY opinion 15-20 min max or you will start to experience burn out. enjoy my fellow brother and sisters. charge up that power supply in your body and your life and life force will transform forever.

  • gus 2 years ago

    oh and Aliens-Fact-Examiner.... lo fkn l
    first off facts are started with a prepositional phrase. So your name would be written Aliens-Fact: Examiner. second off any form of higher intelligent beings would not reveal themselves to you... you dont even know who you are. You are 1/2 the problem on this planet expressing bs OPINIONS as Facts. Facts are like truths. what is true is not the truth! to each their own. spread love not hate, become the solution not the "repeater" i agree with you Chris Skepticism is the easiest way out: believe nothing, do nothing. but i am also a living example of the power of sun gazing.

  • Winner 2 years ago

    Why not call it sunsetting or sun rising? Sun gazing sounds dangerous but people have enjoyed sunsets since the dawn of our time, I think it's obvious to anyone that it makes you feel happy and energized. Also the human brain takes a great deal of energy to work, so it would make sense that people could go long periods with minimal nourishment simply by not moving very much and quieting the mind to a great extent. Also they're are ancient sun worshiping civilizations that experienced starvation. If simply staring at the sun makes people instantly enlightened then why did so many of these civilizations sacrifice children??? And usually when they were hungry? That being said there are obvious benefits so if enjoy it do it, but your not the first or the last person to simply realy like sunsets and walks on a sandy beach....always makes me feel great too...again obviously.

  • Anonymous 2 years ago

    this is discovery channel documentary on a yogi who practices sungazing. he's 80 years old and hasn't eaten food since he was 12.

  • contrix 2 years ago

    lol he was seen eating curry arfter a lecture maybey if u watch the documentry ill see him getting caught butttt i belive in sun gazing

  • Anonymous 1 year ago

    I recommend simply deleting the second paragraph of the section because a section on scientific studies cannot quote completely unsupported claims made by someone with no scientific qualifications on their self-published web site. The current paragraph would only be suitable in an article about "claims made on a web site". Johnuniq (talk) 07:10, 18 October 2009 (UTC)

  • Anonymous 1 year ago

    I recommend simply deleting the second paragraph of the section because a section on scientific studies cannot quote completely unsupported claims made by someone with no scientific qualifications on their self-published web site. The current paragraph would only be suitable in an article about "claims made on a web site". Johnuniq (talk) 07:10, 18 October 2009 (UTC)