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The senses ....

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Sue-UK, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    Moved into our winter home over the weekend ..... a timber bungalow.... on the same land as the mobile homes we've been in over the summer, so I've still got access to the well water, and my outside bath will be moved closer shortly ..... the big chest freezer from our old house will also be coming over, so I will be able to make a lot more ice ... Its got a big old bath, and there's a large window, the bottom of which is at eye level when sat in the bath ..... so I throw it wide open when I'm doing CT to get natural light, or natural dark ... (if its natural dark I put on the blue blockers straight after), and I also get a sense of the outside temperature.... I use a solid lump of ice as "soap" and put as much ice as I can from the limited freezer space I have at the moment into the water. Because the bath is bigger than either the water saving one at my old house, or the sit in outside bath, I can stretch out, and have it deeper. I've found myself exercising in the water ...:eek::D but its completely natural, I don't feel I've "got" to do it. The movement senses coming into play :cool:

    There is slightly more NN EMF exposure here, but the general energy of the place is amazing ..... Sleep was good in the mobile homes but so far here is even better. :cool:
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The next blog Sue is the basis of all senses.
     
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  3. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    Now linking this to MS ....? Almost as if sensory/circadian mismatches are at one end of a continuum, MS at the other, lots of steps in between .....
     
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  4. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    From the MS blog:

    "Green leafy veggies are loaded with nitrogen species. These foods can restores the nitrogen substrate in the skin to be converted to nitric oxide, but it fundamentally requires DHA to turn the UVB signal to the correct electric signal in the skin for it to occur. This chemical transmitter then can be released by UV light, to great benefit for blood pressure and the cardiovascular system. It also happens to be why MS patients have huge issues with vasomotor instability. It is wrongly blamed on demyelinating plaques by most clinicians. It is tied to the missing frequency of sunlight in their environment."

    And sunlight tied to the Schumann resonance ......
     
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  5. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Sue, I've been 'making' ice sculptures in my CT bath. I took @SeaHorse 's advice, and bought a horse pail to freeze large blocks of ice in. Sometimes the ice forms in interesting ways, when it slowly melts in the tank the sculpture emerges. Sunshine will make tiny bubbles fizz out quickly. Bubbles underneath often help it flip over. The various sculptures have an interesting (and cold!) texture. My last one formed a 3-sided, table-like structure.

    Maybe I'm just easily amused. :)
     
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  6. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I've been fascinated by the patterns ..... And making sure its solid ice right through before using any as "soap". If its not I can still use it to cool the water but as the outside collapses it can make really jagged edges. When the big freezer turns up it will be much easier to make larger blocks safely ... Got a couple of larger containers ready ....

    This morning I went outside, there was photons to harvest, :) and the water was naturally colder than I've managed to achieve even with ice up until now ... So adding ice took it up a notch ....:eek: Just couldn't use the ice blocks for massage today, for some reason they hadn't frozen right through ... Other times they will, even with the same or less time in the freezer. Couldn't do any mini ice blocks, did shopping yesterday and got extra fish, so couldn't squeeze them in ...
     
  7. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

  8. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    Struggling to phrase my thoughts on this but if UV can increase blood oxygenation, presumably lack of UV can induce hypoxia, however mildly .... "Magnetism is the father, not the child of the electric charge contained in our cell membranes" . Does that mean we absorb UV under the influence of the Schumann resonance, but its the magnetic field at night (if we can sense it) that allows it to work ...? Or is it a problem if we get UV without sensing the Schumann ..... The MS blog is one of my favourites ..... But I am missing something about light, and I keep coming back to UV .... :confused:
     
  9. kovita

    kovita Gold

    Sue, thanks for this post and the previous comment on the UV irradiation of blood.nI was about to start new lyme therapy this autumn but one careless night with my husband prevented this from happening ;-) The therapy is a set of autologous transfusions followed by plaquenil and artemisia course. Part of the blood would be quickly frozen to destry the cells and injected to the muscle and part irradiated by UV and given back to vein. i will look up the book you mentioned, thanks!
     
  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    well not next blog.......i just added the bulletproof blog because of demand.......so the next one will all be about the senses and hydrogen bonding network
     
  11. Penny

    Penny New Member

    UV light on the blood will kill pathogens - Dr. Robert Rowen does that:

    Robert Rowen, MD Uses Ozone, Oxygen And Ultra-violet Light To Kill Anti-biotic Resistant Bacteria
     
  12. kovita

    kovita Gold

    thanks, Penny. It is definitely the first thing I plan to do as soon as I can. I have witnessed some very good results.
     
  13. Penny

    Penny New Member

    you also might want to check into a product called: beta sitosterol - according to Klinghardt it works like cholestyramine - binds the Lyme toxins... it's a whole nuther story thought when there is a little one involved... you must get the approval of a doctor for everything you take, me thinks...
     
  14. BTA

    BTA New Member

    Nothing works like CSM - everybody claims this or that works but there's zero clinical data. Why CSM works is due to the NH4 ion.... it's positive & attractives the biotoxins which are negative - a giant magnet of sorts. Welchol is another Rx med that's used but not as strong as CSM.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholestyramine
     
  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Ask yourself this: Why would a biot0xin not come out of hiding? Because the magnets polarity in mitochondria wont allow it. It is not the CSM. It is the loss of the magnetic flux in the adipocytes............and the chronic hypoxia. Time to upgrade your game. Tensegrity 5 lesson.
     
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  16. Hope

    Hope Gold

    Penny, do you know anyone personally who's done this?? I would LOVE to try this....for sure. I have MARCONS in my nose...ugh.
     
  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    come back to IR light........its the key part of light.
     
  18. kovita

    kovita Gold

    Penny, thanks again. For some unknown reason CSM did not work much for me, i seem to do much better using charcoal, this obviously brings back the question whether it is the endotoxins, what is causing me the troubles. Recently I stated to use vielight prime intransal red light and had to back down, because od massive detox I experienced. In my case it always gets out mainly via kidneys and I experience frothy urine, elevated creatinin and urea till it is out. This is definitely nothing I would desire right now, maybe that would be part of the story why CSM is not so big helper as it should. JK comment seems a bit cruel to us affected by lyme, i am sure it was meant with the best aim to help. I can swear I did evrything possible to bring my body to its best and I can swear I was always leading much healthier life than most of the completely healthy people. i know. i was never fat and I was never phone or computer addict, but. i was unlucky and get bitten by one stupid tick at the worst possible time (between two pregnancies). I had no acute phase. Obviously i am sure I could do so much more to prevent the chronic phase, But I did not and. i had no idea. In all the cases, me thinks, once you are heavily populated by endotoxin producing bug, you cannot compare your situation to someone with metabolic syndrom. your stresor is alive, independent and internal, I am sure the remedies are identical, but it just takes different amount of time and most likely diffent amount of consistent effort, because your stressor is intelligent.
     
  19. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    Kovita I have been intrigued by your post on the other thread about never going over 18 per cent body fat, even when pregnant (when you might expect more variation).. an obese person has problems at the other end of percentage body fat ..... But are they both magnetic flux issues, just at different ends of the body fat continuum? (Like leptin can be?)

    Jack's comment
    "It is the loss of the magnetic flux in the adipocytes............and the chronic hypoxia" would probably apply to the obese and the slim ....

    Is why I don't have Lyme because I haven't been bitten by the tick, but the environment is right for the tick if it happens ...? getting the magnetic flux back in the adipocytes might help prevent it in the first place, or bring the bio toxins out of hiding if I do .....:confused:
     
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  20. Penny

    Penny New Member

    I wouldn't do ozone - there are so many other things that are more effective for staph - here is Steven Buhner's take on it:

    "Dear Stephen,
    I’m working with a naturopath that has started treating me for marcons staph bacteria, using Terminalia chebula in a sinus spray. Her results with patients is very promising, she says. She explains that the infection present in the sinuses prevents the body from using essential fats and sugars that allow the body to fight off the lyme. (I’ve used a very simplistic explaination, hers was much more scientific.) My naturopath as been working with a lyme specialist MD in Palo Alto (Dr. Patel) for the past 12 years. Dr. Patel considers this a breakthrough in lyme treatment. I was wondering what your opinion is on marcons. Thank you very much!


    Stephen’s response:
    Marcons is not new, I have been writing about multiple-resistant staph over 15 years. As to biofilms: ALL bacteria that can, do make biofilms. It is just one of the methods they use to protect themselves and they have been doing it for, well, many millions of years. Plants and all living organisms have developed methods to respond to biofilms, just as they have developed methods to deal with antibiotic resistance mechanisms such as efflux pumps. The human body is filled with bacterial organisms and they all interact with each other. Coinfection with bartonella (for example) does make treatment of lyme more difficult but it does not make it impossible. You don’t have to eliminate the bartonella before you can treat the lyme. Nor do you have to eliminate the staph before you can treat the lyme. The claims I have read about Marcons are more extreme than I can comfortably endorse. Nearly everyone has resistant staph in their nose – that is part of the function of the nose (and various organs in the throat and the sinuses, and . . . ), that is, to intercept infectious bacteria. If it really bothers you, 30 days of a cryptolepis/aida actua/alchornea tincture regimen (fromwoodlandessence.com) will clear it up quite nicely. Or its use as a nasal spray. Terminalia is a good herb and it is active against staph, so use it as well if you want to."

    The problem with ozone is if you are already oxidised maximally, it will only add to your pain and suffering - 2 of us (who were not sick) could drink ozonated water with abandon - but the kid who was ill experienced pain starting in the mouth, down the throat right into his brain - this occured with any type of oxygen therapy like Aerobic 07, cell food - weirdly, mag 07 didn't cause any pain - I would try spraying the aforementioned tinctures into your nose - they are on $16.00 apiece - I'm also really big on bee therapy - propolis etc - Dr. Natasha Campbell Mcbride is all for taking a soil based organism like bacillus subtillus (biokult/primal defense ultra) and letting it percolate down the throat - it can get into the sinus cavity that way - for me, as I am currently dealing with a staph infected rabbit, I wash my nose/ears with Kampuku probiotic soap from Dr. Ohira - a product I like with every herbal known to man is Wellness Formula by Source Naturals - of course it has bee propolis in it and lots of other herbs and vitamins to beef up the immune system - I don't see any problem with sending bacillus subtillus right into the nostril either - but again, I'm no doctor...

    You might also be missing the biofilm connection - take serrapeptase on an empty stomach before sending any bug bomb down the hatch - it digests the biofilms the bugs are hiding under so they can be killed -
     

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