435 Mhz : (Mhz refers to megahertz, mega = million, hertz = cycles per second); The spinner base of our reality is the fabric of space-time oscillating at 435 Mhz. This relates to the diameter of the black hole at the center of our galaxy based upon cyclotronic (particles going in circular orbit) resonance as the black hole spins based upon the size and speed at which it's rotating and the energies being pulled through it at the speed of light. What is generated is a third order differential equation (method of expressing Space and Time) with angular limits on the trigonometric part of the differential: the angular limits solve the equation when we put in information or 435 Mhz that rotates through pi (=22/7 ). The ratio of the frequency to the angular momentum is pi over 2.
Acid: Chemical substance that ionizes water to release hydrogen ions.
Accomodation: the automatic process by which the lens sharpens (brings into focus) images in the distance.
Addiction : uncontrollable habitual dependence upon a substance or activity. Common addictions may be to mild substance (e.g. caffeine) or serious (e.g. nicotine) or sinister (e.g. heroin). An addiction to an activity may result from a production of endorphins in the bloodstream when engaged in pleasurable activity and is generally distinguishable from obsessive compulsive behavior.
AIDS: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; as originally defined, is a syndromeor
a group of symptoms attributed to a depressed immune system that is acquired as a result of environmental exposure as opposed to heredity.
Albumin: one of the three main components of plasma; manufactured by the liver; similar in texture to egg whites and gives blood its gummy texture; soluble in water and coagulable by heat.
Anaphylactic Shock: hypersensitivity to a drug or allergen that can cause severe trauma to the central nervous system or death.
Anesthesia : absence of all sensation due to nerve damage, psychological factors, or drugs.
Angioplasty : percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty; percutaneous means "through the skin", transluminal means "inside an artery," angioplasty means "blood vessel reshaping;" a specially constructed catheter with a small balloon on the tip is inserted in an artery, usually in the groin, sometimes in the arm, and threaded into the coronary arteries, essentially by reshaping them through inflating and deflating the balloon. The inflation stretches open the artery wall and enlarges its diameter. The procedure generally takes 30 to 90 minutes and the patient is released from the hospital within one or two days after the procedure; other techniques include coronary stents and laser angioplasty.
: a hardening of the arteries caused by plaque deposits; plaque is a yellow area of swelling produced by lipid deposits on the internal surface of an artery.
AZT: azidodeoxythymidine; C10H13N5O4; toxic by inhalation, in contact with skin, and if swallowed; target organs: blood, bone marrow; if you feel unwell, seek medical advice; wear suitable protective clothing; for laboratory use only; not for drug, household, or other uses.
Cancer : tissue cells that lack a controlled growth pattern; cancer cells are alleged to invade and destroy normal tissue cells when, in fact, these cells are a proliferation of bacterium known as todos bacilli which is a mutation of stagnant tissue cells surrounded by a living medium which explains, in part, the different varieties of cancer; any of a large group of diseases in which malignant cells are present. (Traditional Chinese Medical Theory: Circulation is Health; Stagnation is sickness.)
Centripence: the effective force undergoes no deceleration since there is virtually no friction and grows as the square of its velocity; Centripetence contracts, conserves, condenses which benefits life; attracts and absorbs without producing pressure.
: (a.k.a. vital force, ether, ki, prana, vril, and others depending on the culture); Universal energy including heat, light, and electromagnetic energy. A narrower definition of chi refers to the energy circulating in human or animal bodies.
Chi (PinYin: Qi): "An internal energy that flows through the acupuncture meridians bringing a life-giving force to every organ in the body. Qi is used for every movement and action of the body; without it we die." p. 412, glossary, The Encylopedia of Dim-Mak, Erle Montaigue and Wally Simpson.
"..the Chi in all of the channels and vessels must be circulating smoothly so that they can mutually support each other. Imagine that the Chi in your body is like water running through a network of many rivers (Primary channels) and streams (small Chi channels) to nourish your body. In order to keep the water running smoothly, the rivers and streams must be clear and without stagnation. You need to ensure that there is plenty of water so that the flow will be continuous and smooth. This requires theat the reservoirs which store and regulate the flow in the rivers and streams be kept full..." p.182, Ch. 7, Theories and Principles, Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing Chi Kung, The Secret of Youth, Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming
Chi Kung: the study, research, and/or practices related to Chi
Major Chi Kung Categories and Their Training Goals:
- Scholar Chi Kung - Styles in this category were developed by scholars and their main purpose is maintaining health. They emphasize having an emotionally neutral, healthy mind and smooth Chi circulation.
- Healing or Medical Chi Kung - This category was created mainly by Chinese medical doctors. Special exercises were created to emphasize the Chi circulation in specific channels in order to cure specific illnesses.
- Martial Chi Kung - The goal of this category is to energize the physical and energy bodies to a more vigorous state in order to increase fighting ability. Most of the exercises in this category were created by Chi Kung practitioners who were martial artists.
- Religious Chi Kung - This type of Chi Kung was developed mainly by Buddhist and Taoist monks. The original goal of religious Chi Kung was enlightenment or Buddhahood (See extract at Healing Effects of Holdbacks). Later, when the training techniques were revealed to laymen, it was discovered that this type of Chi Kung was very effective for longevity. Both training theory and methods are the hardest among all of the Chi Kung Styles. This style emphasizes leading Chi to the marrow to keep it fresh and healthy and also to the brain to nourish it. In order to have an abundant supply of Chi for the training, not only must the Chi circulate smoothly in the twelve channels, but the Chi in the eight vessels must be full. For the monks, leading Chi to the brain to raise up the Shen is the key to enlightenment.
Cholesterol: a substance found in animal fats, oils, egg yolk, and the human body; necessary for the making of vitamin D on the surface of the skin; needed for the making of various hormones including the sex hormones.
Ciliary (ciliary ganglion): an enlarged cluster of nerve fibers where the oculomotor nerve, a subdivision of the nasociliary nerve, branches into the many short ciliary nerves which supply the iris and cornea of the eye. These short ciliary nerves run, more or less, parallel to the long ciliary nerves which also innervate the iris and the cornea, but which originate in the nasociliary nerve before the ciliary ganglion.
Ciliary Muscle : musculus ciliarus; Bowman's muscles; responsible for changing the shape of the lens in the process of accomodation; consists of two sets of fibers: radiating and circular; contraction of the ciliary muscle relaxes the suspensory ligaments allowing the lens to become more convex.
Circumcision: "The juxtaposition between the "circumcision of the tongue" and the "circumcision of the membrum" explains the prophetic position favored by Elijah. The scripture states, "Elijah went up to the top of the Carmel, entranced himself on the ground, and placed his face between his knees" [1 Kings 18:42] This position was used for the intense concentration of spiritual energy. According to the Midrash, this position was used because it placed the head in conjunction with the mark of circumcision... (Circumcision of the Membrum; pp.6, p.37, ch.1; Sefer Yetzirah, Book of Creation; Aryeh Kaplan)
"..words have the power to affect, not only the mind of the hearer, but also inanimate things, particularly if they represent archetypal, astrological, or divine forces or beings. Their efficacy is greatly magnified when they are uttered by a person purified by prayer, ritual, observances, austerities, and good works, because then the virtue inherent in the word is augmented by the virtue in the person voicing it. By "virtue" Agrippa means mana, or magical potency. Magical virtue has little to do with virtue in the conventional sense of propriety; it is rather a concentration and purification of the will... (Vibrating the Name; pp.4, p.38, ch.6; Tetragrammaton; Donald Tyson)
"The creative power of the voice is clearly expressed in Sanskrit, where vac (=voice) is often regarded as a synonym for shakti, which is the creative energy, the power of manifestation. In various trends of ancient Greek Philosophy, one finds a similar concept in the logos, whose primary meaning is word, but also means creative principle.
Later, in the gospel of John (originally written in Greek), it is also the word, logos, that is used to characterise the creative principle at the beginning of creation: "In the beginning was the logos (word), and the logos was with God, and the logos was God..." [John 1:1].
Note that the first book of the old testament also presents a picture in which, at various stages of the genesis of the world, God uses the power of the Word to create: "And God said, 'Let there be light:' and there was light..." [Genesis 1:4, then 1:6, 1:25, etc.]
One finds in Rudolf Steiner's works many indications related to the power of the voice. For instance, Steiner describes that, in late Atlantis, men had the power of influencing each other, or even the elements by manifesting forces through their voice... (Mysteries of the Larynx; p.18, Ch.2; Awakening the Third Eye; Dr. Samuel Sagan)
ddI : dideoxyinosine
Delirium: mental disturbance characterized by hallucinations, cerebral excitement, physical restlessness, and incoherence.
Depression: a decrease of functional activity. a feeling of sadness, melancholy, or grief from a normal event.
Diamagnetic: repelled by a paramagnetic force and presents an equatorial arrangement: for example, if a small bismuth rod suspended from a thread of raw silk is placed between the two poles of a very powerful electromagnet and made to swing horizontally, it is repelled by both poles positioning itself at right angles (equatorially) to a line connecting the two poles (whereas an iron rod, paramagnetic, assumes an axial position to this line); the diamagnetic group in the periodic table of the elements is bismuth, antimony, zinc, lead, copper, silver, and gold, respectively; diamagnetism is generated when a medium such as air, water, or earth (containing dipolar trace elements) is forced to move primarily in a radio-axial, spiral, centripetal manner as in the spin of the earth; a diamagnetic vacuum occurs in the living human thorax, all other living creatures, and the earth, itself.
Dowsing: (not to be confused with divination or any spiritual practice); locating subtle time/space/energy/mass harmonics by interaction of resonant lines using one's own living system as an objective, directional locator consisting of its own resonant structures.
DNA: deoxyribo nucleic acid; all plants and animals, including humans, are made up of cells. Each cell contains a chemical called DNA; the 'master blueprint' of the cell; in humans, for example, it is the genetic material that determines how the body is built; specifies traits such as height, hair texture and color, number of fingers on each hand, and blood type.
DNA synthesis: when a cell divides, it must replicate its DNA, so that each of the two cells which result from the division as a complete master blueprint which
is necessary for running the cell.
Earth Grid: comprised of the geometrical flow lines of gravity energy in the structure of the Earth itself-by way of Earth's dipolar magnetic field; the crossing of two such lines in a quadrapolar structure results in a magnetic flow reversal point or a BlochWall which is also a diamagnetic vortex point causing anomalous gravity wave field repulsion or "levitation" (e.g. Devil's Triangle); etheric energy duplicate, though more subtle, of the physical, whether human or planetary (i.e. meridians of gravity energy vs. meridians in the human body); most contemporary geomancers, dowsers, and ley hunters are conducting their investigations on the integral, more subtle lines of the grid.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) : are a form of energy psychology developed by Gary Craig which combine the activation of Qi flow with acupuncture point rhythmic (tapping) stimulation of energy meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine with spoken ideas from the patient and/or practitioner which tune into the ailment in question. The form of activation in EFT usually involves tapping a chosen set of key points according to the EFT system.
EFT and other forms of energy psychology are based in the theory that chronic ailments are induced through emotional trauma and other energy imbalances. A new UCLA psychology study suggests that labeling your emotions (talking about them) at the precise moment you are confronting what you fear has the effect of reducing them; this study corroborates EFT Methodology.
Euphoria: abnormal or exaggerated sense of well being.
Gland: A structure of specialized cells that either secrete fluids directly into the blood or through a duct
HIV : Human Immunodeficiency Virus (Altman, 1984); if you are found positive by the HIV antibody test, this can mean one of three things:
1)You have low levels of the virus which are under control
2)You don't have any HIV viruses in your body because your immune system has destroyed them all
3)You were never even exposed to the virus; your immune system produced antibodies to some other infectious agent and these antibodies cross-reacted to give a positive HIV antibody test. This is called a false-positive test.
Kung: (=kung fu); literally, energy-time. Any study, learning, or practice which
requires a lot of patience, energy, and time to complete.
Opiate : Narcotic drug that contains or is a derivative of opium.
morphic field*: A field within and around a morphic unit which organizes its characteristic structure and pattern of activity. Morphic fields underlie the form and behaviour of holons or morphic units at all levels of complexity. The term morphic field includes morphogenetic, behavioural, social, cultural, and mental fields. Morphic fields are shaped and stabilized by morphic resonance from previous similar morphic units, which were under the influence of fields of the same kind. They consequently contain a kind of cumulative memory and tend to become increasingly habitual.
morphic resonance*: The influence of previous structures of activity on subsequent similar structures of activity organized by morphic fields. Through morphic resonance, formative causal influences pass through or across both space and time, and these influences are assumed not to fall off with distance in space or time, but they come only from the past. The greater the degree of similarity, the greater the influence of morphic resonance. in general, morphic units closely resemble themselves in the past and are subject to self-resonance from their own past states.
morphic unit*: A unit of form or organization, such as an atom, molecule, crystal, cell, plant, animal, pattern of instinctive behaviour, social group, element of culture, ecosystem, planet, planetary system, or galaxy. Morphic units are organized in nested hierarchies of units within units: a crystal, for example, contains molecules, which contain atoms, which contain electrons and nuclei, which contain nuclear particles, which contain quarks.
morphogenesis*: The coming into being of form.
morphogenetic fields: Fields that play a causal role in morphogenesis. This term, first proposed in the 1920s, is now widely used by developmental biologists, but the nature of morphogenetic fields has remained obscure. On the hypothesis of formative causation, they are regarded as morphic fields stabilized by morphic resonance.
(*Extracted from Rupert Sheldrake's Glossary.)
Ninjitsu : Multi-disciplinary, stealth martial arts form practiced by ancient Japanese warriors known as ninja. Despite their marketable reputations, ninjas were mostly pacifists who contributed to peace in Japan. More information on the School of Ninjitsu (Ninjitsu Ryu) can be found at Ashida Kim's site.
Parasympathetic Nervous System : one of the two divisions of the autonomic nervous system (the other being the sympathetic nervous system), consisting of nerve fibers that leave the brain and sacral portion of the spinal cord, and extend to nerve cell clusters (ganglia) at specific sites, from which fibers are distributed to blood vessels, glands, and other internal organs. In general, parasympathetic nerves slow the heart rate; stimulate peristalsis; induce the secretion of bile, insulin and digestive juices; dilate peripheral blood vessels; and contract the bronchioles, pupils, and esophagus. The system works in balance with the sympathetic nervous system, often opposing its actions.
Pineal: Pine cone shaped
Pineal Gland: The function of this gland or body is not fully understood. It is generally believed to be a vestigial (no longer used) sensory organ which is incompletely developed in the modern anatomy; associated with the seventh chakra or the "third eye" used in space/time psychic exercises.
Presbyopia: a loss of elasticity of the lens which lies just behind the pupil.
Psychosis: severe mental illness of organic and/or emotional origin.
Psychotronics: The science and discipline of how life functions; includes the study of how technology interacts with the human mind, spirit, and body; science, mathematics, philosophy, metaphysics, and esoteric studies are united through the study of psychotronics; it would also include other realities and how we interface with other dimensions of existence; psychotronic devices use radionic tuning to transmit brain waves and are used as mind control technology.
Radionics: Every point in space and time has a unique vibratory rate of resonance. When an object matches that particular vibratory rate, there is an instantaneous resonant connection which allows for Extra Sensory Perception, teleportation, time travel, etc.; when you know the vibratory rate of a specific person you can send a healing to them by matching that rate and transmitting energy to them. The vibratory rate of a person, place, or thing is determined by accessing their frequency via a photo, name, or personal object; radionic tuning can be done by device or by the trained human mind (multiple mentalism gives the human mind ability to focus on several aspects of the same space-time event at once as opposed to mechanical tuning with a radionic device).
in some viruses called retroviruses, there is no DNA; "Retro" means backwards; the retrovirus works backwards; the master blueprint of retroviruses is coded on RNA, not DNA.
Reverse Transcription: after infection, RNA with the master blueprint of retroviruses can use the machinery of the cell it infects to 'reverse photocopy' itself into the DNA; the transcription goes in a direction which is the reverse (RNA-->DNA) of what normally occurs (DNA-->RNA); the enzyme which catalyzes the RNA-->DNA reaction is referred to as reverse transcriptase; once the retrovirus encodes its genetic information into the DNA of the cell, it can, on rare occasions, use the normal photocopy process of the cell to make the viral RNA and protein necessary for the production of new viruses identical to itself.
Stimulant: Drug that has an excitation effect on any body activity.
Sympathetic Nervous System : One of the two divisions of the autonomic nervous system (the other being the parasympathetic nervous system), consisting of fibers that leave the central nervous system, pass through a chain of ganglia near the spinal cord, and are distributed to heart, lungs, intesting, blood vessels, and sweat glands. In general, sympathetic nerves dilate the pupils, constric peripheral flood vessels, and increase heart rate. The system works in balance with the parasympathetic nervous system.
Syndrome: Multitude of symptoms coming from a certain cause that reveals a clinical picture.
Taoism: The most ancient system of knowledge recorded on earth--preceding even the traditions of Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, India, Greece, and so forth. The Ancient Taoists developed a complete, detailed, and scientific system of knowledge which comprises many principles of food preparation, exercise, healing, sexology, etc.
Tensor : 1.Any muscle that stretches or tenses some part of the body 2.Math-an abstract object representing a generalization of the vector concepts and having a specified system of components that undergo certain types of transformation under changes of the coordinate system.
Tolerance: capability of endurance without harm or injury.
Transcription: the cell makes a 'photocopy' of the DNA called RNA (ribo nucleic acid); the RNA is taken to 'construction sites' in the cell where the RNA directs the manufacture of proteins and enzymes, which in humans, for example, directly determine the structure, traits, and limiting capabilities of the body.
Withdrawal: period that a person suffering an addiction goes through immediately after stopping use of the substance such as alcohol, caffeine or heroin.
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