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    Homeopathy and Sex

    Homeopathy:

    It is a wonderful thing to have the Joy of Learning and to make a career that you find is related to your studies. There are so many ways to get a Doctor label and thus claim expertise in the many fields and disciplines which we have broken knowledge into. Some of this is counter to real expertise and much of it just sets people apart from knowledge and each other. But people are also being segmented into classes within the hierarchy of government backed by and for elites in all so many ways. Medicine has been one of their more dastardly tools alongside religion. This next little factoid reminds me of how Edward Gibbon almost died because the British Medical system would not approve vaccinations through use of scabs as had been done by the likes of Paracelsus or others in antiquity and which was approved in the France of his era.

    "When the Cholera epidemic reached England, it provided another opportunity to compare homeopathic treatment with the conventional methods of the day. Regular allopathic medicine yielded a mortality rate of 59 percent compared to only 16 percent for the Homeopaths. (1) When these statistics were collected, the information was so startling that a medical commission was sent to the London Homeopathic Hospital to check the records. Though the data were duly verified, it was decided not to make them public, and the facts were not released until a hundred years later." (2)

    The formation of the American Medical Association is a major issue against alternative healing or real care for people. In the late 19th Century as these issues were becoming apparent there were many who knew that the allopaths or medical doctors selling laudanum and the like were actually the 'Killing-trade'. There are signs that stress management (don't fret - sweat or exercise) and the connectedness to the 'all' around us are again making a play to be considered in health maintenance. Vitamins and supplements are able to prove to even the most duped person receiving medical care that they work and yet some doctor's groups and the governments that back them still disqualify doctors who advise their usage.

    Academics are subject to a 'Knowledge Filter' (Berkeley Law Professor - Johnson) or Literary Theory (UBC English Professor Graham Good) and the outright suppression of creative or thoughtful and meaningful potentials. (3) The concept of Bucky Fuller called 'the observer of the observed' and his more detailed 'creative realization' is part of what operates as we 'project' upon reality. For example the things we see are actually a mixture of fields of energy from the dross and less excited to the highly excited or vibrational energy inside the atomic structures. One way of visualizing this includes an aura, which is the field of energy not usually visible but associated with the solar body and integrative centers called chakras. Perhaps we could contemplate a time when all people had the ability to see or sense auras. In our socially normed 'projections' that include telling our children certain things do not exist, we have lost the conscious integration or incorporation of these fields of reality.

    Psychic surgeons in the Philippines and Brazil have had their energy measured during operations at the same vibration rate of 7.8 cycles. It started me thinking about how we can alter our state and how others might perceive us in these altered states. Clearly if anyone could see all the spaces between our electrons and the nuclei or between the different atoms and molecules we wouldn't seem solid by a long shot. Thus these surgeons who use no utensils would be able to energize the infected or diseased body part or tumor to remove it at an altered vibration level. There have been solid documentaries with such credible support as X-rays before a San Francisco businessman had such a tumor removed and X-rays a year later showing it hadn't returned. In the end you must decide who has the most to gain from the arguments and whether or not you want to actualize your own potential. Once you do a few things the debunkers say are impossible - then a smile will come to your face; and the intellectual conflict loses all import.

    String Theory knows about the harmonic forces that are less than solid which somehow combine to make what we perceive as a solid. The astrophysicists now have told us that 95% of the universe is 'Dark Matter' or 'Dark Energy' - so get with it before you are invisible and don't know it! Just kidding! We fear that which we cannot fully comprehend and our experts or priests and doctors include many enablers of our fears. We even allow fear to pre-empt love; which is ironic because at the end of our lives it's not the fears or the differences that matter the most but whether we loved and allowed ourselves to be loved as much as possible.

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    "Every new perception of knowledge is always based either directly or indirectly on older knowledge. InteliTapping allows us to connect with the oldest, yet most complete source of knowledge." (4)

    Tapping in to through-lines in thought or philosophy becomes easier the more you learn and perform at it.

    The TV channel Nature produced a show on the origins of music and the biological and archetypal impact it has had on our evolution and emotional wherewithal. Along with reed instruments from as long ago as 60,000 years that obviously show sophisticated development of technology, they had the cave operas of those who rubbed and drummed on stalactites. They posited that the tree-swinging hominid that like the Sumatran Gibbon co-ordinates community for protection through territorial chants, is not so much less aware as most of our great Lockean influenced academics seem to be. These animals also learned what plants are dangerous and what plants alter your spiritual consciousness. You can see it when your puppy goes outside for the first time and chews on some grass to settle its tummy. Our genes contain a lot of information or the ability to tap-in to much knowledge. The buzz you get from 'weed' is the buzz coming from your Thalami and Third Eye or Pineal gland that has a crystal radio receiver and grains or crystalline structures. Crystalline structures like quartz were known to be useful in the Lost Chord of the Druids and more ancient shamans. There are magnificent quartz caves in Central America and other places that would have been used by early hominids for a certainty.

    The Best Body Language - Sex:

    Long before Tantra or Bhakti Yoga there were many things ancients probably learned from intercourse, even more than most people do today. Today we have drugs like Viagra to enhance the longevity of the sexual encounter. The Mayans have a natural drug for this. There are so many things which keep us busy or deflect us from spiritual insight as is noted in many Eastern systems which refer to the 'busy-mind' or samsara and the illusion of Maya.

    Second degree Wiccan students who have advanced through a rigorous training in esoteric knowledge begin a quest that many would regard as a perverse pursuit of pleasure and self-gratification. The partners are often involved in other committed relationships. When a man and a woman who are interested in spiritual growth combine to experience the Tantric or Bhakti (Yoga) or ritualistic growth potential to free more than just their personal self or ego to reach the heights of spiritual or psychic possibilities; who can say what is real and what is imagined. This effort to commune with spirit is termed 'working partners' and the allies or guides is who they really seek to merge or work with. The imagination is undoubtedly a part of the dynamic. It isn't necessary for them to care for each other in the way lovers do. I have not done this 'work'.

    Many people talk about 'soulmates' or 'dual flames' and the words become mere shadows of the real potential. At the same time sex is a dirty 'word', and act, in much of society.

    What can a writer say to convey the essence of all these things?

    If I absolve myself from the challenge of integrating these concepts, rituals and soulful realities I would simply say trust your soul and know that wherever you may go you will find something more than whatever you thought was real to begin with.

    If I talk about 'la petite mort' or empathic attunements with the soul of the partner that allows the self to disintegrate and become part of something larger than one person; and almost dissolve in the vastness of spirit - it will only seem like prose and poetry. The phrase 'la petite mort' or 'the little death' can in fact lead to a Kundalini type experience which can cause death.

    Of course, one can wax eloquent and carry on at length about any of their hopes and desires. The essence of a great working partner most probably has little to do with these aspirations and more to do with the way the soul interpenetrates all people. The glimpses of insight gained through empathy and love with those who shared my needs are special to me and will forever stay in the part of my soul (if there is such a part) that cherishes all we were and hungers for what we could have been.

    To deprecate the witch who 'draws down the moon' into their partner on the path to worship of things no one can fully know is the stuff of fearful and insecure people. That kind of bigotry without actual experience is rampant in all areas of society. It is truly just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when one contemplates all the ways mankind has developed to separate himself from what we are collectively and what god truly wishes for us to realize. No amount of constant seeking or obsession with these pursuits will ever get a man any closer to his soul than what he was while in his mother's womb.

    The joy and creativity of the challenge to know is as great a gift as our maker can give us - except perhaps the acquiescence to the soul within the loved one you are blessed to have the chance to know and share your life with. In the moment of creation each day as we grow and learn to be, we are forever drawn by some force that seeks greater harmony and purpose for all energy.

    Many (if not most) people think the 24 hour orgasm is like alien abductions but the EEG and other ways of measuring physical responses would convince them otherwise. A similar number of people find the misuse of Tantric Yoga by the likes of Crowley and Hubbard is tantamount to whatever is evil in man. I say they are right, but that is not the fault of Tantric Yoga. These techniques are very seductive and in some ways the participants would choose to have the experience even if they knew a great deal about it because it is a sad truism that Masters and Johnson or Kinsey are right. They say a full third of women never have an orgasm through intercourse.

    Many people seldom enjoy sex and some significant number of the rest of us are in varying stages of poor to decent ability and openness to what great learning sex can provide. It could be said that our sexual relations are a good barometer of the state of society. I favour sex education and all the opportunities and responsibilities that go with the natural and soulful functions of the act. It is easy to understand why some people are hesitant to have strangers teach their loved ones about sex. But Father Leo Booth is right when he notes that parents who repress their children or foist suppressive behavior upon them are just as guilty of abuse.

    1) Rudolph Ballentine, M. D., Radical Healing, Harmony Books, New York, 1999, pgs. 75-6, we have Dorothy Shepherd, The Action of the Minimum Dose, pg. 13.
    2) Ibid.
    3) http://www.suppressedscience.net/physics.html
    4) Bob Gottfried Ph. D., Shortcut to Spirituality: mastering the art of Inner Peace, Deeper Dimension Publishing, North York, Ontario, 2004, pgs. 53-4.
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    The good doctor who made good sense in the above posts also contributed heavily to these words.

    Radical Healing:

    This title to a book by Rudolph Ballentine deserves more thought than we might give it. The book deserves more thought than I will give it too. It might be of interest to note that Dr. Ballentine is a Duke graduate and likely was affected by the people I speak about in the so-called paranormal sciences. Why is it 'radical' to integrate and think or become an informed consumer in the field of medicine or health care? Here is part of the dustcover commentary.

    "This extraordinary book offers nothing less than a new vision of medical care. Rudolph Ballentine, M. D., has created a unique, integrative blending of the primary holistic schools of healing that is far more potent than any one alone.

    Like Deepak Chopra and Andrew Weil, Rudolph Ballentine is a medical doctor who became intrigued by the workings of mind-body medicine and looked beyond the West in his search for understanding. Drawing on thirty years of medical study and practice, Dr. Ballentine has accomplished a singular feat: integrating the wisdom of the great traditional healing systems-especially Ayurveda, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, European and Native American herbology, nutrition, psychotherapy, and bodywork. Melded together, the profound principles buried in these systems become clearer and stronger, and a new level of effectiveness becomes possible. Healing and reorganization are accelerated and deepened-physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The result is transformation. The result is radical healing." (3)

    Sounds like common sense and makes one wonder how we ever got so enmeshed in 'expert' ego-driven medical care doesn't it? I highly recommend Ivan Illich's Limits to Medicine wherein he more fully describes the over-professionalization and iatrogenesis (doctor-inflicted death) that is inherent in Western medicine today. The British Medical Journal Lancet termed that book from 1976 'a grapeshot across their bow'.

    "Tennis was known as 'the game of kings.' As the royal player, you are faced with constant decisions and make repeated moves within the context of your 'court.' When I was learning and exploring tennis, I worked with a friend who held a Ph. D. in linguistics. Ricardo Melo analyzed body language in terms of what he called the 'syntax of the court.' The net represents the 'other' to whom you must respond. The space surrounding you is divided into front and back. That part behind you corresponds to your unconscious; you reach back into it for the depth of feeling that impels you forward. Players who make short stabs at the ball, without a deep backstroke, fail to dip into this well of inspiration. The space before you is your conscious mind and world.

    I played tennis once with a young meditation teacher from India. Sincere and guileless, he stood squarely facing the net. He could not remember to put his left shoulder forward so that his right arm could reach deeply into the backcourt. That would have allowed him to extend the racquet back into the realm of the unconscious, where his personal power was hidden, and bring some of that out to propel the ball forward.

    There's also a right/left division of the court. The right side is dealt with logically and linearly, while the left, where the backhand takes place for most people, is a reflection of your intuition. When you reach into the space on the left with your backhand stroke, you are showing how you use your intuitive faculties. The very hard-nosed, super-rational businessman will often have a lot of trouble with his backhand. Unusually artistic and intuitive types may find it easier, and may instead have a weak forehand. In contrast to these ground strokes, which demonstrate your ability to respond, the serve is about initiating an action or interchange with another person...

    I learned lots more from tennis, too. My reluctance to bend my knees told me I was too aloof. I didn't get down to other people's level. On the basis of this insight, I took the flower essence Water Violet, which is for aloofness and condescension, and gradually my stiff knees softened. I started listening more to the viewpoints of those who were doing the practical work, and my effectiveness as a leader improved. I am convinced that this sort of work is preventive medicine and that without it I might well have ended up with seriously disabled, arthritic knees. " (4)
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    Esoteric Sexual Secrets


    AN ARISTOCRATIC UPBRINGING:

    There are many people who write about sex slaves on the plantation and it surely did exist but it was also the norm in Europe for many centuries. The Polos were not the first who went off to get the prized Tartar women who fetched a large multiple over ordinary men slaves. The Church was full of reprobates using concubines and producing children that sometimes were harvested for their useful ritualistic ingredients. Josephine (Rose per the next author) had a family with a long history of such things.

    "More concrete were the queries about the paternity of many of the mulatto women who worked in the house, like Rose's nurse, Marion. Was she fathered by Blanque, the overseer? Grandfather de Sannois? Joseph? {Her father.} Or some other white man from some other plantation? There was little doubt about the paternal identity of the pretty mulatto slave Euphmie, who eventually accompanied Rose {This is the person you know as Josephine - but in most of her life she was not known by that name. In fact you might know there is a theory Napoleon was bi-sexual and when making love once with Rose he thought about his brother Joseph and the 'fun' they had.} to Paris: it was widely accepted that she was the illegitimate daughter of Joseph de La Pagerie." (3)

    There is little doubt as to the fact of Josephine having been 'apolitically' inclined and yet her having been doing the networking that spies must do. The 'apolitical' nature of the Physiocrats headed by Pierre DuPont de Nemours in the political arena is not truly 'apolitical' at all but it is expressed in their slogan 'the government that governs best is the one that governs least'. This Royal intrigue had been started with John Locke and Adam Smith with the backing of the Stuart (Hibernian) Royal Society whose membership often provided the leadership for Paris's Priory of Sion. Some of those leaders include Sir Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle and Robert Fludd. It is easy to demonstrate the need for this Enlightenment did exist in all areas of science and society but the secrecy has been maintained beyond its usefulness as I see it. Let us return to our Stuart biographer and contemplate a time when Josephine's husband was a General in the Revolutionary Army.

    "During this frightening period, Rose spent much of her time, according to her friend Mme. de Rmusat, 'busying herself with helping as many people as possible and although her reputation for conduct is questionable, that of her sweetness, her grace and the gentleness of her manner is not'. She had learned to be a skilful networker. Through her husband she had gained access to revolutionary circles, and her own background as both a Creole and an aristocrat gave her access to their {Whose enemies?}enemies. {We must not forget that her half-sister was with her as a slave and the freedom France gave slaves during this period would have made her half-sister a valuable source as well.} Armed with her own distinctive physical charms and her opportunistically apolitical attitude, she was able to navigate the maze of radical revolutionaries, Bourbon spies, foreign visitors, financiers and Caribbean lobbyists, picking up friends, flirtations and useful contacts along the way." (4)

    Voudou Influences:

    The practice of Voudou or Voodoo is derivative of the Orisha worship of the Yoruba pantheon of spirits founded in Africa. It had been part of the Ptolemaic knowledge before they came to America with Juba II during early Roman Empire days. African people had been coming to the Americas for at least the 60,000 years shown by archaeology in South America. In fact it is possible that this started about 2,000,000 years ago and the lice research that shows a divergence around 1,800,000 years ago fits with that.

    The Dream Dancer's art of Africa can still be seen in a lot of locales. It is easy to imagine this ecstatic art has not changed a great deal since man started to walk upright if not before that. The Catholic Church adapted and allowed people of the Caribbean to call themselves Santerian Catholics even though there was little actual belief or ritual changes in their daily life. Josephine clearly had a lot of Voudou influence. Might she have used this to achieve anything in the beguiling arts? Some of the great success she is said to have had with men can be attributed to the use of esoteric techniques for certain. Here are some of the things I think she would have been ale to do.

    Possess a person astrally, this could be a simple attunement or viewing and it could even include psychic sex. The use of drugs to prolong erection is obvious but it would have made her a most successful confidante and courtesan. It is best given without the knowledge of the recipient in their tea. We know that all the young women she would have been in school with were highly sought after and yet she apparently was even more adept. Perhaps her father taught her. He is an acknowledged rake or sexual expert as were others in her ancestry. Gurdjieff was able to breath a specific way and project an energy to a woman he had never been introduced to and cause them to wish to have sex to the point of losing self control. I have had some experience with these arts and there are others that would also have made her most appealing.

    One of the 'flat bottom girls' of the Creole region of Louisiana that I knew had total sensory recall. For men who are into enjoying giving pleasure this is a powerful attribute for a woman to have. It would be surprising to me if Marie-Rose (Josephine) did not have this tool or La Petite Mort. George Hamilton is a world class lover who talks about playing a woman like a violin and I certainly played the whole orchestra with this lady. I would have her remember or recall the previous tryst when I might have brought her to orgasm through sucking on the psychic point on the upper arm while I was working the nether regions of her female anatomy. I could switch places and work four or five areas while achieving 'withholds' and heightening of experience in all of her 'spots' and it was doubled by her memory of the time I had worked the lesser erotic points working with knowledge from acupuncture and shiatsu or reflexology.

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    MATA HARI WAS NOT AS GOOD:

    "The advice was written at the end of the Second World War by one of MI5's most successful agent runners, Maxwell Knight, the real-life model for the spy chief M in Fleming's James Bond novels.

    During the war, Knight headed MI5's M/S section, which was involved in recruiting agents to infiltrate Nazi spy rings operating in Britain. And like his fictional counterpart, he did not approve of 007-style tendencies in combining the serious business of espionage with liaisons of a more amorous kind - especially where women were concerned.

    'It is important to stress that I am no believer in what might be described as Mata Hari methods," he wrote, in a reference to the First World War spy, better known for her many lovers than any feat of spycraft.

    I am convinced that more information has been obtained by women agents by keeping out of the arms of the man, then {sic} was ever obtained by sinking too willingly into them.

    For it is unfortunately the case that if a man is physically but casually interested in a woman, he will very speedily lose interest in her once his immediate object is attained; whereas, if he can come to rely upon the woman more for her qualities of companionship and sympathy, than merely those of physical satisfaction, the enterprise will last longer.'" (5)

    Maxwell is not too 'smart' methinks. I am sorry for the pun on Maxwell Smart of the series I Spy. Actually I am sure this is another case of journalism not being capable of asking the right questions. Yes, it is important not to merely flaunt one's beauty to all comers as Socrates made clear a long time ago in reference to Sophists. That does not mean that the spy agencies of the Merovingian/Templar/Rothschild and elites who became the nations we now have are not always able to hypnotize and that they do not also train their agents to counteract such techniques. Ian Fleming was a member of MI 6's Anti-Hitler Psychic Squad as I have demonstrated in great detail in other books.

    The TV channel Nature produced a show on the origins of music and the biological and archetypal impact it has had on our evolution and emotional wherewithal. Along with reed instruments from as long ago as 60,000 years that obviously show sophisticated development of technology, they had the cave operas of those who rubbed and drummed on stalactites. They posited that the tree-swinging hominid that like the Sumatran Gibbon co-ordinates community for protection through territorial chants, is not so much less aware as most of our great Lockean influenced academics seem to be. These animals also learned what plants are dangerous and what plants alter your spiritual consciousness. You can see it when your puppy goes outside for the first time and chews on some grass to settle its tummy. Our genes contain a lot of information or the ability to tap-in to much knowledge. The buzz you get from 'weed' is the buzz coming from your Thalami and Third Eye or Pineal gland that has a crystal radio receiver and grains or crystalline structures. Crystalline structures like quartz were known to be useful in the Lost Chord of the Druids and more ancient shamans. There are magnificent quartz caves in Central America and other places that would have been used by early hominids for a certainty. We are taught math as if there are constants and yet it is questionable at least, whether there is truth in these assertions. If we started out with more questions it is possible our children could teach us due to the fact that some of them are more attuned and less programmed by our NONsense according to an excellent book titled The Wonder Child. http://www.nbcnews.com/id/13816702/#.VTKkZG93vIV
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    LA PETITE MORT:

    This is a small explanation of one of the greatest techniques or gifts you can have. It is about a woman who became my second wife.

    Barbi was studying the Tarot and had demonstrated a great 'gift' for it. Her Empathic qualities are probably related to the early life place where she went to escape from her sexually abusive grandfather mentioned in the poem Life is a Fantasy.

    When we made LOVE she regularly 'blacked out' during orgasm and would 'come to' having an orgasm still. I would sometimes go with her consciously and often would change positions. This unusual sexual 'attunement' is called La Petite Mort or 'the little death'.

    I heard a sex 'expert' on TV say it was only experienced by one out of a million people. She was not able to consciously recollect her experience while 'blacked out' and I would have to help her sense what it was. This also helped her with her self-esteem issues. She later joined 'The Builders of the Adytium' correspondence course on the Tarot partially because of something else that happened this day. The 'Builders' are one of the feeder organizations in the Rosicrucian hierarchy. This hierarchy is still the subject of research for me, but at that time I already knew they aspired to be alchemists and were a Christian mystery school.

    Empathy is much more than the kind of listening technique covered by Steven Covey in Seven Steps or even walking a mile in another's moccasins. It is part of how people can heal each other.

    And the connection of souls which result from healing creates an avalanche of other effects. Would learning how to care for your sex partner (Truly) be something schools might teach so we learn to Love?

    http://blog.greatmate.com/body-language-gestures/

    2) http://www.famousamericans.net/josesilveriojorrin/

    3) The Rose of Martinique, op. cit., pg. 15.

    4) Ibid, pg. 120.

    5) http://news.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?...7&id=577672004
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    Homeopathy is part of alchemy. In the matter of the origins of Alchemy - do not believe the Philosophy department of your university - who tell you Aristotle is not an alchemist or that alchemy came about around the time of Christianity. Asklepios should roll over in his grave or tomb. I like the picture or art that comes with this link and which no doubt won't be visible in my cut and paste. It shows the Tao symbol of Yin and Yang which is very important in centering and getting past gender issues to androgyny.


    Ancient Egyptian Alchemy

    Al=God - Khem=Egypt

    Ancient Egyptians were into all kinds of magic and astrology. They considered alchemy a science, perhaps the science of immortality eternal life. Alchemy as a transition metal - both physical and metaphysical would take many turns in the millennia that would follow. Transition metals - turning base metals into gold - and alchemy of consciousness moving from physical reality to that of higher frequency.

    The roots of alchemy date back to an ancient Egypt document called The Emerald Tablet of Thoth. In Greece Thoth was Hermes the Magician - Hermes Trismegistus which is thought to be the foundation of alchemy. Thoth stated, 'As is Above, So is Below', the duality of our experience in third dimension.

    Thoth was considered part of the Zep Tepi the creation gods who came here as a Giant or God - and lived befre recorded hostory and the pyramids. The famous Emerald Tablet (Tabula Smaragdina) of Hermes is the primary document of alchemy. There have been various stories of the origin of the tract, one being that the original emerald slab upon which the precepts were said to be inscribed in Phoenician characters was discovered in the tomb of Hermes by Alexander the Great.

    Alchemy in ancient Egypt was about Magic - Magicians - Priests. Thoth and Hermes who was Merlin and later Zoroaster [Magi] - the magicians - who created a reality based on electromagnetic energies - duality - polarity - magnets - magic - mathematical patterns that repeat in the spiraling concept of time.




    Egyptian Heiroglyph
    Following Sacred Geometry
    You spiral down and around slowly -
    Hit Zero Point - Then Poof!
    You spiral back to creation quickly!


    In alchemy we separate the gold from the slag. The metal is placed in a crucible where it is heated with fire. Fire are the experiences of the Earth plane - the emotional body. One has only to transmute the fire - to move into conscious awareness where creation begins and ends and all answers reside beyond the alchemy of time and space.

    http://www.lost-civilizations.net/an...ne-page-2.html

    The above link will take you to the Ebers and Smith Papyrus showing ancient medicine going back 5,000 years was as good as it was in the American Civil War. (IMHO)
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    Sherry (My ex) had a couple of problems of a medical nature. Her hypoglycemia had been miss-diagnosed and she had been given massive cortisone shots that I believe had contributed to the cancer that resulted in the partial mastectomy. I got her off caffeine and through the power of LOVE she was healed in two years. Women are not treated as men are when it comes to medical treatment; as well as every other aspect of misogyny in society. My studies of wholistics and hermetics, including homeopaths like Hippocrates, were becoming quite extensive. Alchemy founded and continues the real science of medicine. I am going to quote two authors from quite different sides of the fence.

    These books are recent but representative of the studies I was engaged in as well as giving the reader an insight to the continuing problem of censorship and supposed 'expertise' that prevents a great deal of truth. David Depew and Bruce Weber of MIT wrote 'Darwinism Evolving' in 1995 and it says on pages 492 & 493:

    "They also made it harder for the scientific worldview to be received with equanimity by other sources of culture. Indeed, since the reducing impulse undermines fairly huge tracts of experience, people like Wallace, who feel deeply about protecting phenomena they regard as existentially important, frequently conclude that they have no alternative except to embrace spiritualism, and sometimes even to attack the scientific worldview itself, if that is the only way to protect important spheres of experience that have been ejected from science's confining Eden.

    In response, scientists and philosophers who feel strongly about the liberating potential of a spare, materialistic worldview began to patrol the borderlands between the high-grade knowledge scientists have of natural systems and the low-grade opinions that in the view of science's most ardent defenders, dominate other spheres of culture and lead back toward the superstitious and authoritarian world of yester-year. 'Demarcating' science from other, less cognitively worthwhile forms of understanding was already a major feature of Darwin's world. A line beyond which the Newtonian {Newton was a Rosicrucian who achieved the status of an alchemist per Haeffner's 'Dictionary of Alchemy') paradigm could not apply was drawn at the boundary between physics and biology. We have seen how hesitant Darwin was to cross that line and what happened when he did. Twentieth-century people are sometimes prone to congratulate themselves for being above these quaint Victorian battles. They may have less reason to do so, however, than they think, for the fact is that throughout our own century, the same sort of battles with emotional overtones no less charged, have been waged at the contested line where biology meets psychology, and more generally where the natural sciences confront the human sciences. Dualisms between spirit and matter, and even between the mind and body, may have been pushed to the margins of respectable intellectual discourse. But methodological dualisms between what is covered by laws and what is to be 'hermeneutically appropriated' are still very much at the center of our cultural, or rather 'two cultural', life. Cognitive psychologists and neurophysiologists are even now busy reducing mind- states to brain-states, while interpretive or humanistic psychologists are proclaiming how meaningless the world would be if mind is nothing but brain. Interpretive anthropologists are filled with horror at what would disappear from the world if the rich cultural practices that seem to give meaning to our lives were to be shown to be little more than extremely sophisticated calculations on the part of self-interested genes. Conflicts of this sort would have given Darwin stomachaches almost as bad as the ones he endured over earlier demarcation controversies."



    These authors use the term hermeneuts much as the early 20th Century supposed scientists ridiculed the quantum physicists by calling them 'atom-mysticists'. Hermeneuts is a new epithet for alchemists such as myself who OBSERVE and try to fit ALL the facts together and don't eject anything 'from science's confining Eden'. This quote continues to raise the spectre of the 'Bible Narrative' and Bishop Ussher whose late nineteenth century proponent was Wilberforce.

    "The rhetorical pattern of these battles is still depressingly similar, in fact, to Huxley's confrontation with Wilberforce. Hermeneuts ridicule scientists like Hamilton, Dawkins, and Wilson when they suggest that nothing was ever known about social cooperation until biologists discovered kin selection. Reductionists in turn criticize hermeneuts, now transformed largely into 'culturists', for bringing back ghosts and gods, just as their nineteenth-century predecessors were taxed with being 'vitalists' every time they said something about the complexity of development. Humanists identify scientists with an outdated materialistic reductionism. Scientists insist that hermeneutical intentionality is little more than disguised religion.

    Perhaps, a way out of this fruitless dialectic between the 'two cultures', can be found if each party could give up at least one of its cherished preconceptions. It would be a good thing, for example, if heirs of the Enlightenment {Credited to Bacon, Shakespeare, Jonson and others with an alchemical background.} would stop thinking that if cultural phenomena are not reduced to some sort of mechanism, religious authoritarianism will immediately flood into the breach. They should also stop assuming that nothing is really known about human beings until the spirit of reductionism gets to work. Students of the human sciences have, after all, been learning things alongside scientists ever since modernity began. Among other things they have learned that humans are individuated as persons within the bonds of cultures and cultural roles, they are bound together with others in ways no less meaningful and valuable than the ways promoted by strongly dualistic religions. By the same token, it would be helpful if advocates of the interpretive disciplines would. abandon a tacit assumption sometimes found among them that nature is so constituted that it can never accommodate the rich and meaningful cultural phenomena humanists are dedicated to protecting, and that therefore cultural 'ought never' to be allowed to slip comfortably into naturalism. Humanists seem to have internalized this belief from their reductionist enemies, whose commitment to materialism is generally inseparable from their resolve to show up large parts of culture, especially religion, as illusions. These opponents, we may safely say, take in each other's laundry."

    I wonder if these authors and their reductivist buddies are aware that all humanists are not without the ability to incorporate hard physical science to an even higher factual degree than they do. The quantum physicists like Wigner (Nobel laureate), Schrödinger and Heisenberg think that humanistic richness is robbed by reductionist unspiritual thinking. The global reifying thrust of materialism (Dr. Boddy of U of T, anthropology) is hopefully, in due course, going to return to a global deifying thrust of spiritualism. The only REALITY is NATURE and it assuredly includes ALL observable facts not just the 'Toilet Philosophy'.

    If I may be allowed to quote someone who tries to keep an 'open mind' and use WHATEVER WORKS even if it isn't 'modernity'. I choose to quote a wholistic doctor by the name of Zoltan Rona who has his M.D. and M. Sc. He edited the 'Encyclopedia of Natural Healing' in 1997 which says on pages 33 and 34:

    "It is misleading to call the natural health movement 'alternative medicine' as is often done. Natural Medicine is considered the founder of contemporary Western medicine. What we now call modern medicine is actually an aberration, the result of social change at the dawn of industrialization in the eighteenth century."

    He continues to discuss one of the greatest alchemists of all time whose books I found contain the key to understanding how to make the Philosopher's Stone. He does not identify Paracelsus as an alchemist due to cultural bias against alchemy that has led to many of them being burned at the stake. He says on pages 34 & 35:

    "PARACELSUS (1493-1541)

    At the close of the Middle Ages, Paracelsus dared to challenge the orthodox medicine of his day, which, like today, had abandoned the teachings of Hippocrates {Another alchemist.} and become bogged down in superstitious, dogmatic practices. With the dramatic successes he achieved through observation and deduction to discover nature's latent healing powers, Paracelsus revolutionized medicine for centuries."
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    Homeopaths use herbs and try to balance a person's energy, they use tinctures which no doctor I have met can explain away. Inoculations are just one example - but once the medical profession takes charge and claims a treatment as their own - suddenly it is not quackery. Hypnosis, the use of electricity, and most drugs used until recently came via shamans and homeopaths. Their very Hippocratic Oath is a plagiarism of a great Homeopath or alchemist.

    The only real quackery is when someone says they have scientific and rigorous testing to support what they say - as they deny what actually works. Science always proves what works is right or that science is not real and you will find a lobby group behind it. Do you remember the tobacco company scientists? How about those universities saying our junk DNA has Aramaic tracts of the Bible, like Robert Jones University? Yes, there are cancer treatments in herbalism and homeopathy which work and science has proven it.

    https://books.google.ca/books?id=zBQ...ery%22&f=false

    The extent of lies by academia and journalists in the employ of drug companies is a verdant jungle of the most egregious proportions. Children are taken away from parents even after the court decides the child is capable of making sound decisions and doesn't think having it's leg chopped off and being treated with chemo will work. The child died and no investigation or criminal charges were laid. At the same time the court cases was going on in Canada's prairies there was a doctor in Illinois at a University being shown on Arts and Entertainment network who had used Chinese herbal remedies with a woman who had 15 different areas where cancer was metastasizing. He used chemo but the use of herbs helped her keep her hair and appetite as well as a positive attitude. She was in remission from all the cancers including brain cancer.

    My 'twin' was a doctor of psychology and 15 years before I met her (born the same day as me but one full astrological cycle older) she had been told her leukemia was beyond a hospital's ability to cure and she would be dead in two weeks. She did not have her doctorate at that juncture but went to China and studied the use of herbs in schizophrenia as her doctoral thesis. On her return to the US she was part of the team that developed a treatment and drugs to restore schizophrenics and their brains which suffered the metabolic issues and uptakes of nutrition which lead to a smaller brain size. Only .6% of schizophrenics have a normal brain size. The following book says there is no homeopathic contraceptive and yet medical astrology was used in modern times for both contraception and fertility issues. It was better than 'rubbers'.

    This 'piece' of something foul and filthy says reflexology has no value in serious surgery and yet acupuncture is used as an alternative to anaesthesiology by druggies in hospitals. I have so many stories about the so-called care giving profession I have made a book detailing the corruption and abuse. Try reading Stopping Valium. It is a small book and if you don't feel like voting to ban the medical profession from all forms of marketing their lies, after reading it; I'll be happy to give you something that proctologists do.

    https://books.google.ca/books?id=Ib_...ery%22&f=false

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    Yes, I am posting this information on more than one thread - because there are many threads this PROOF of my work impacts! For this particular thread you should consider the organisms doing the transfer of genetic knowledge or what the scientists are calling Horizontal Genetic Transfer - occurs in sex. Not just the actual bodily fluids - there is much more going on. There is no greater intercourse of knowledge and no greater way of gaining from this knowledge. You can travel outside the realms of personal reference to places you will never actually be (BE). But no need of me to wax eloquent about the matter well-described in Bhakti or Kundalini.

    Just because we can use words to describe people who say they follow a certain path does not mean they are truly on that path or even that they care even a little about what that path entails.

    http://www.williamjames.com/History/SHAMANS.htm

    Psychedelics - Ayahuasca Explorations



    In the following blog we see people who may know something even though they spell psychedelic wrong. I think the first person makes a good point about people (Hancock, McKenna, Icke) ripping off and losing the real benefit of the culture the sacred potion comes from. I know Don Juan used mescaline to take Carlos away from his materialistic focus but stopped drug use thereafter. I trust Aldous Huxley did not go far off the deep end. I certainly think these drugs have helped humanity see things and do things that did enhance their lives throughout human evolution.

    As the person talks about the context of the culture I think that includes spiritual guides and attunements passed down with the nature around them. A visitor would take a long time to get that as much as might be necessary and excess drug use would not help. It probably is a genetic transfer of information just as the monkey babies who were taken to an area they had never been in Japan but they knew where the food was left by humans because their parents had known it. More to the point - I would only trust the outcome if hard factual evidence was gleaned or located - and I do not think it is the case with Hancock, Icke or Mc Kenna. LSD is the best cure for alcoholism and it was stupid to stop using it for what it was designed for.

    For the locals with a focus on these rituals and associated dancing etc - major difference and growth potential such as you see the old man in Australia moving the fire to John Glenn passing overhead in Mercury or the movie The Right Stuff. The adepts who learn the old ways can do what Crocodile Dundee did with the Water Buffalo in his path - this I am certain about as I am with affecting the wind and rain for Druids like St. Columba. In short I am not 100 % certain Hancock is not learning and getting some valid insights to past or very distant anthropological knowledge. I have experienced bibliomantic things of a similar and amazing sort. I am not the MOST gifted person who ever did these things. I have never used anything more than marijuana - but some of it was cured with LSD or opiates etc. I really did not heighten my insight by their use.

    http://www.newagefraud.org/smf/index...c=4585.55;wap2

    Now you may think genetic info transfer such as the schools set up by St. Germain in Vienna which I have written about in some of my books (Including those on Hitler) is pure poppycock. I know there is this kind of thing in my life.

    Here is research which explains it genetically, but you have to combine what I said above - they are just starting to find out these things (like the lymph system to brain and psychic points as well as chakra stuff I have reported). I am not kidding - I know more about this stuff than the people spending billions of bucks on it.

    "The research published in the open access journal Genome Biology focuses on the use of horizontal gene transfer, the transfer of genes between organisms living in the same environment.

    'This is the first study to show how widely horizontal gene transfer (HGT) occurs in animals, including humans, giving rise to tens or hundreds of active 'foreign' genes,' said lead author Alastair Crisp from the University of Cambridge.

    'Surprisingly, far from being a rare occurrence, it appears that HGT has contributed to the evolution of many, perhaps all, animals and that the process is ongoing, meaning that we may need to re-evaluate how we think about evolution.'



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