In accordance with this passage
The merchants of Maralpleicie preserved and sealed the fruits in what then was known as Sikha Renenians vessels. These types of vessels were made out of finely crushed mother of pearl, the egg yolk of a hen and the tail of the Esturion Choozna Fish.
Such vessels looked like very beautiful jars of glass that have not been finely polished. They were adorned with exotic, marvelously colored oriental forms of great beauty.
After severe analysis, the ancient sages comprehend that malignant beauty existed there.
Their scientific studies allowed them to verify that food stored in such vessels turned into poison for the organism.
Multiple laboratory tests brought these sages to the following conclusion: that food bottled up in such hermetically sealed vessels become toxic.
All the sages of that ancient country discovered (among many other bad things) that the unfortunate consumers of these vessels lost their modesty and became shameless in respect to their organism.
The governments of that time acted with more sense than the vain, modern governments of this tenebrous epoch in which we living in today.
Governments then radically prohibited the use of hermetically sealed vessels for food.
The vessels in these times are worse than the vessels of ancient times. Canned food has brought grave sicknesses to the human species. - Social Transformation of Humanity by Samael Aun Weor 1965
Would storing bone broth or other food in a glass jar and putting it in the fridge/freezer cause negative effects? How about fermented vegetables in jars such as sour kraut or pickles? What is the impact of this? Does food lose its vitality when frozen or stored for long periods of time? Or does this only apply to hermetically sealed by heating?
Would it be better to use something like a clay jar for fermenting foods than a sealed glass one?