THE FIRST SPARK OF LIFE 2.7 BILLION YEARS AGO
The first spark of life occurred when Earth’s primordial elements finally connected with the energy from the sun with a sense of purpose. The first steps of biological life occurred when amino acids, sugars, and fatty acids finally recognized each other and began Inhaling carbon dioxide and exhaling oxygen.
This event was the creation of the first single-cell organism that could harness the power of the sun through photosynthesis. Earth, water, air, and sunlight blending in a perfect billion-year-old harmonic dance.
This spark ignited life for our now oxygen-rich planet and cyanobacteria became the world’s first organism and food. This ancient spark of Life is available to you today!
AFA is a miracle combination of evolutionary events and geographic fortune. Around 8000 years ago a massive volcanic eruption on Mount Mazama created what is now known as Crater Lake, Oregon.
The resulting flow of rich mineral deposits from miles below the surface of the earth covered much of the Pacific Northwest with diverse mineral sediments. In nearby Upper Klamath Lakes, mineral sediment lines the lake bottom in places almost 90 feet deep infusing AFA with naturally occurring mineral wealth fueling the growth of AFA with life-essential minerals. The alkaline lake has multiple sources of pristine mineral-rich spring water flowing year-round. When combined with the abundance of sunshine, the absolutely perfect environment for AFA to evolve, grow and flourish was created.
Each spring the AFA cells are awakened from the cold lake bottom and nourished by the same combination of sunlight, pure water, and minerals that gave life on earth its initial spark, billions of years ago.