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Blood Explored Explained Understood?

Medical Science allows us to understand the Human Body is 98% Water - to which they have the scientific proof do they not - thus we are obliged to accept these findings.

We all know Blood made mostly of water is a seriously precious commodity that life cannot exist without; so why waste it.

Of all the wonders of the Human Body to Medical Science one is more mysterious than any other...

Blood...

...The Ten precious pints that keep a body alive.

Let us explore the Mystery - called Blood.

One may term this - as hiding from the truth as we all appear to do, when mysterious illness strikes.

This Paper is as much of what is reasonable to consider - as it is a matter of fact...

It is also combined information from Wikipedia and a number of professional sources.

 Please accept - this document is not in pursuit of a Literary or Grammatical Prize it is an expression and opinions of the understandings made by Medical Science and why at the close of the year 2016 no illness has a cure - with words highlighted in different ways to accentuate the obvious and not so obvious.   

Therefore it may contain a number of repeats - giving rise to different opinions and or conflicting information; perhaps therefore, this particular medical and even perhaps complementary medical activity, demands such serious scrutiny.

Moreover, for a Medically qualified Person considered as. Anecdotal - a posh word for storytelling.

If in reading this paper - my writing appears to be like a foreign language or even rambling.

Consider reading this paper - not as a book; take some time to comprehend the contents.

Where I would like to think and feel sure, it will make sense?

So often, we read or hear in detail. "What" (description or symptoms) of an illness - but rarely if ever does anyone take the time to truly explain...

"...WHY," or how it is really caused...

...this paper is designed to answer many of the questions - we are so often left with.

Where many times we have the questions and no answers - or the answers and not the questions.

If I have unwittingly left anything out or not satisfactorily answered, please email (address at the end of this page) and I will include it in this Paper at the earliest opportunity.

Please include item number or a copy and paste if possible - of the item that is not clear.

Did we not all struggle as a Child to learn many things we now through the experience of life - are now extremely competent with.

No apology if offered if discussions are repeated within this paper.

The understanding for this, nothing is more repeating than illness that is there every day of one's life and - despite treatments not only does not get better or have a satisfactory explanation/understanding.

Moreover often becomes worse, as Medical Science continues to write Scientifically Proven Papers about illness; in a confusing, repeating strange to many language/words or descriptions - in a manner that confuses everyone and ultimately even themselves!

The first thing in the process of answering this is, for any one suffering, it is clear...

"...New understandings are required about illness..."

Far too many times I have heard from People...

..."If Doctors cannot Cure me how can a Person not medically qualified"...‏

...making it appear the existing quality medical education is the same worldwide?..

...Non-existent.

If on reading this or any of Talking Cures understanding of illness one gets the impression...

....I am angry...

...then please believe it; because in late 2016. People are not only - not recovering from any illness, as so often the treatments make them worse and no one knows why or it appears. Cares.

One could also be forgiven for thinking I am against:

1. Doctors.

2. The Medical Profession.

3. Medical Scientists.

4. Medical Researchers.

5. Alternative Medicine.

6. Complimentary medicine.

7. Religion.

The reality is I am a staunch supporter of any Person or Institution that helps People through tough emotional and physical concerns.

I confess to being most seriously against Bad Medical Science that has never once in real terms demonstrated the cause is truly known of any illness and as a result created a cure...

= ...no more illness and no more medications.

More importantly I find it difficult to comprehend the Medicines created to treat any illness often has so many side-effects and in some cases even causes symptoms the medicine was indeed prescribed to treat, indicating Doctors desire or ability of - being only in the "moment" to relieve the symptoms, is important.

Sadly - no real consideration is given to the long-term negative effects and often worsening of symptoms and most certainly no link between passed seemingly successfully treated symptoms and the present symptoms - is ever made.

From Talking Cures point of view and therapeutic practice - names of illness especially Medically Diagnosed recognised and Scientifically proven, are of no real value in the understanding and treatment of any illness - the only Name we should use or symptom we may label is...

"A Person is unable to achieve a Healthy and satisfactory lifestyle...”

...Or have never been allowed to become the Person they should have...

Thus requires. “Specialised assistance,” in order to make sense of the presenting symptoms, the cause and reason for them - enabling automatic resolution via the Persons own immune systems and Body replication process - referred to as, the Entire Body Chemistry; or BLOOD. 

...Surely if a Person cannot be in control of self-repair - when can they be in control!

To a trained Medical Mind these questions and answer updates may well appear or feel patronising - it is hoped not, as their structure is at the very. "Heart" of the success of Talking Cures as a therapeutic application and may well be a serious asset and improvement in Medical Treatment outcome success.

In order to fully appreciate this, it is helpful to consider and accept;

All of the information as to why a Person became ill in the first place and as a consequence - all of the information required for them to automatically create an immune response repair is - not only contained within the confines of their Mind - it is the only information required to bring about the required Automatic Cure using their own immune systems and Body replication processes. As designed by the Mind and Body.

By creating very cleverly constructed questions - Knowing the Person is able to answer them with their own knowledge of themselves of which they are a Master and if they are unable to - with my interpretations, accepted as re-education of their own information, that continues/completes on an on-going bases; the process either returning to well-health or well-health for the very first time in their lives.

Based on the secure knowledge...

"...The only Person with the Integrity and Wisdom to fully Understand their illness and its cause - is the Person themselves."

There are most serious considerations as to why this process as with all illness treatment interventions - appears not to succeed...

...when the Protection created in response to early Childhood Emotional and or Physical traumas is so great the Person is unable to see the Protection and therefore unable to lower the Protection - allowing a Person to observe in a safe therapeutic environment the cause and consequences of such Protection, is the only safe way to resolve illness.

And. As a result, to gently - if one dare uses such words, lower the Protection, which will allow an immune response and an automatic alteration in ones thinking process, leading to a natural life - with comfort of Mind and Body...

...Always maintaining control of ones own Standards and Priorities and Code of Conduct.

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These explanations are from a collection of Scientifically Proven papers in the public domain and discussion forums and are in a Question and Answer forum style.

It is important to accept I am both the Questioner, on behalf of interested Person's - as well as the Person supplying the Answers, or Responding thus in many ways, my own best critic.

Leaving a Person to choose the Questions and Answers that are important for a better or individual understanding of seemingly mysterious illnesses.

Furthermore it is imperative one recognises; I have no medical qualifications to make such assertions as contained within my answers.

This should leave one in no doubt - it is only written because the entire medical profession since its creation, have never once produced a cure for any illness.

A life-time of medication - is not to be considered a cure, only management of an ever changing and most times ever growing list of symptoms and medications.

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Question. 1: Given the understanding you have no medical qualifications - are you able to explain how you can present this information regarding perhaps an illness you have no real prior knowledge of; in the way that you seem very able and comfortable with?

Answer. 1: Good question and thank you.

A. First may we understand it is the ability to work - using only the Persons Mind, of which there is no known precedent with as many and constantly changing set of symptoms a Person is able to present; is at the very foundation from which I work.

1. Furthermore one has to consider. If one does not know the cause of the illness within any given specialism of perhaps decades and has no cures - is there a true benefit in being highly Medically Qualified and using Scientifically Proven Treatments.

B. My understanding and acceptance - everyone in the Medical Profession is doing the very best they are able with Management techniques, yet fail to truly comprehend the enormity of the constantly repeated statement. "Of the 100,000 illness recognised and diagnosed," still in late 2016 there is not one definitive cure for any illness.

C. Thus I start from a piece of information where a Person - say on Face book or LinkedIn posts a question about an illness and collect from the available sources, as much information as I am able, regarding the latest information known about the illness.

1. In this instance my experience is very personal and up-to-date being the very reason why I am writing this paper and the linked paper on Diuretics (Anti Water retention medication) as a Medical intervention.

D. I then create a new web page and copy and paste the information into the page.

E. From here I start the edit process of this information - yet do not attempt to understand it, in much the same way a Person with the illness may in pursuit of answers and questions.

F. Part of the edit process is to convert words, that appear are used only to confuse - by researching many medical publications or dictionaries, into a readable format and many times providing the meaning of the word.

This sometimes proves to be quite a time consuming task.

G. Then I go through every word and edit out the grammatical parts that I feel could read better. IE. Don't - do not. Doesn't - does not or isn't - is not and at the same time apply reference numbers to each sentence as well as colour highlights of information I feel deserves such treatment.

1. I also omit or edit out the use of the word, "you." As this is directive and suggestive - based on the belief; only a Person ill will read the paper.

H. Finely - once the page is in a presentable format. I then start to comprehend the enormity of the message and make responses as required, ending with why Talking Cures feels or has proven if only to my own satisfaction, how the illness is caused.

I. Once the creation process is complete I use a number of ways to spell check the entire document - often confused by different ways of spelling the word from country to country.

J. Some forty to sixty hours later, or many more depending on the amount of information - having read the document more times than I am able to count.

1. Finely I check for best level of continuity.

1. From this point I take the decision it is ready to publish free of any sign up - no collection of saleable contact information or fees and no advertising - this website is fully self funded; for all to use at their desire, or educational requirements.

2. After all of this - there are still times when an error jumps out at me.

3. Usually at this time with a final read/edit - I am reminded; I have no Medical Qualifications and often breath a sigh of relief.

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Blood Explored Explained Understood?

Courtesy of Wikipedia, the free Encyclopaedia:

This article is about making 2016 sense of this Individually Symptom Presented Life Force.

Regarding Person's having disorders with many interrelated symptoms - all with unknown cause and no known cure, requiring often over many years; constant Blood Tests whilst often taking many Medications.

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Blood Explored Explained Understood?

Section. 1

Blood Venous and Arterial Blood:

Arterial - Brighter.

Venous - Darker.

Blood Details Identifiers Latin name - haema. Also known as: Hema. Hemo. 

Question. 1. Is it your intention with this paper and your normal routine of. Question's and Answer's? to continue the theme or deviate away in certain areas?

Answer. 1. Nice question and yes it is true.

A. To truly accept this is a valid deviation - is it not fair, although included for reference following the discussions; all of the information although included in my original search is somewhat considered padding and of no relevance in real-terms in the understanding of Blood in the Human Body and illness...

B. Thus. We delete or dismiss the information as it has no Scientific Value in the understanding of Blood.

Items relating to:

A. Bloodletting.

B. Cultural and religious beliefs.

C. European Paganism.

D. Christianity.

E. Judaism.

F. Islam.

G. Jehovah's Witnesses.

H. East Asian culture.

I. Vampire legends.

J. Genealogy-Family History.

K. Crime detection.

L. Or simply accept these ancient activities - be they correct or not.  

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Section. 2.  

A. Following this deletion - in reality only moving it to the end of the discussion as a mark of fairness and ask ourselves. "What is left of this much required subject" late in the year 2016 still waiting to be truly explored and understood.

B. Is it possible it absolute and real terms the only satisfactory understanding of Blood is in the section of - Genealogy or Family History and Crime detection.

Question. 1. Why have you deleted this information - I would have thought it a requirement in the understanding of Blood and it activity in the Body.

Answer. 1.

A. On the face of it I could not agree more - all of this information I have not deleted just moved to the end of the discussion before I begin the process of summarizing.

B. Information which only confirms how little late in 2016 is known about Blood and its activities in the Body relating to mysterious illness.

Question. 2. Are able to make some sense of the information and are you suggesting. "These categories deserves more discussion." Please explain?

Answer. 2. May we first deal with the deleted items for although they have no real relevance in ill health concerns - it is not to say they are not important in the creation of illness.

Question. 3. Pardon - not important in the creation of ill health.

Answer. 3. That is not only what I said, it is what I meant.

A. Items as listed above: Answer. 2. A > through to < I, are no more than activities of Psychotic Control by Persons with a damaged Mind and unstable emotional ability.

B. J and K perhaps the only important and interesting developments the understanding of Blood has produced.

C. Despite or confirmed by the Religious label - which is often used as a protection of the psychotic belief - thus; like in the same manner as the medical profession cannot be challenge - as it is on the instructions of a higher authority; many dream of such protection, yet - no one has ever possessed.

D. Let us explore some of the conclusions I have made - after each section.

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Anatomical Terminology.

Section 3.

A.  Blood is a Body fluid in Humans and other Animals that delivers necessary substances such as Nutrients and Oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells.

B. In vertebrates, it is composed of Blood cells suspended in Blood Plasma.

C. Plasma, which constitutes 55% of Blood Fluid, is mostly water - 92% by volume and contains dissipated proteins, glucose, mineral ions, hormones, carbon dioxide - plasma being the main medium for excretory product transportation and Blood Cells themselves.

D. Albumin is the main Protein in Plasma and it functions to regulate the colloidal osmotic pressure of Blood.

E. The Blood Cells are mainly Red Blood Cells - also called RBCs or Erythrocytes, White Blood Cells - also called WBCs or Leukocytes and Platelets.

F. The most abundant cells in vertebrate Blood are Red Blood Cells.

G. These contain Haemoglobin, an iron-containing Protein, which facilitates Oxygen transport by reversibly binding to this respiratory Gas and greatly increasing its solubility in Blood.

H. In contrast, Carbon Dioxide is mostly transported extracellularly as Bicarbonate Ion transported in Plasma.

I. Extracellular space is a cellular component defined as: "That part of a multicellular organism outside the cells proper, usually taken to be outside the plasma membranes and occupied by fluid.

J. Vertebrate Blood is Bright Red when its Haemoglobin is Oxygenated and Dark Red when it is Deoxygenated.

K. Vertebrate definition, having vertebrae; having a backbone or spinal column.

L. Jawed vertebrates have an adaptive immune system, based largely on White Blood Cells.

M. White Blood cells help to resist infections and parasites.

N. Platelets are important in the clotting of Blood.

O. Blood is circulated around the Body through Blood vessels by the pumping action of the Heart.

P. In animals with Lungs, Arterial Blood carries Oxygen from inhaled air to the tissues of the Body and Venous Blood carries Carbon Dioxide, a waste product of metabolism produced by cells, from the tissues to the Lungs to be exhaled.

Q. Medical terms related to Blood often begin with hemo - or hemato - also spelled haemo - and haemato - from the Greek word αἷμα (haima) for "Blood."

R. In terms of anatomy and histology, Blood is considered a specialized form of connective tissue, given its origin in the bones and the presence of potential molecular fibers in the form of fibrinogen.

S. Histology - is the study of the microscopic anatomy (microanatomy) of cells and tissues of plants and animals.

T. Microscopic anatomy is the study of cells, tissues, organs & organ systems at the light microscope and electron microscope levels.

U. Conclusion...

1. Anatomical Terminology.

2. I could not begin to demonstrate how many chemicals there are, the planet earth has produced and perhaps still producing - I am however able to use Medical Science guesses as to how many chemicals that make up the Body - there are some 2 > 4 thousand.

3. For myself it would be less of a guess if we accepted - we are made up or have in in our Body every single chemical the planet has ever produced; in such small but important trace elements as to render them undetectable.

4. And in so doing understand - if this were not a possibility or not the truth; could we live survive and prosper to the level we do on this planet, we call home and Earth.

5. When one considers it is nearing the end of 2016 - is it fair to suggest Medical Science with not a cure to its name has not explored Blood in sufficient depth; demonstrated - although one must be mindful of the limitations of such a statement, by accepting there are still today; so many limitations of knowledge relating to Blood - perhaps exacerbated by limiting investigations into so few of the chemicals that Blood consists of.

Question. 1.  

Following on from Section. 1. Item U. 2. Are you able to graphically demonstrate the chemical activities of Blood?

Answer. 1.

A.  Good question and yes - adapted from information Medical Science provides via the internet. 

B. According to neuroscience, we are a highly and deeply orchestrated collection of many millions of different interrelated chemical reactions per second.

C. There are probably over 10 to the power of 10 or even more to the Million  Neuroreceptors in the Brain distributed across possibly 500 trillion synapses and thereby connecting 100 billion neurons.

D. Each neuroreceptor undergoes many hundreds or even thousands of chemical reactions per second where they collide with a signalling molecule that reacts in a Mind created manner.

E. These also are not the usual chemical reactions taught in chemistry, in which molecules recombine to form new molecules.

F. These are electrostatic interactions in which molecules collide rather like gears, causing; "switches" to open and close.

G. The molecules do not typically bond with each other, but they electrically, "stick" to each other for a few milliseconds, causing microscopic shape changes that allow atoms to pass through small openings, for example...; Amino Acids without this there is a serious possibility we would not stop growing...

H. ...By putting all of this together, there are probably over 1 million with 21 zeros separate individual chemical reactions happening in the Brain each second, driving a giant electromechanical information switching network that from a thought be that negative positive or indifferent creates what is termed as conscious awareness from molecular building blocks.

I. When contemplating evolution producing "life," our living Bodies are nothing but a constantly changing  set of chemical reactions.

J. Even if our Brain operates by chemical reactions, the beauty and meaning we create through art, music, language, passion and any illness - are for us - all very real.

K. Leaving one to consider; there is no reason behind being composed of chemical matter and interactions - there is a requirement to take anything away from who we are.

L. In order to complete the picture - it is a necessity to include the Mind and every one of the many stored memories even those we are unable to remember, even prior to our Birth.

M. It is these memories that rather like an image on a wall from a projector that is referred to as the Conscious Mind in reality no more than a Mirror for the Subconscious Mind to evaluate information prior to securely storing same for life's Creativity or daily  living.

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Blood Functions.

Section 3.

A. Haemoglobin is a red protein responsible for transporting Oxygen in the Blood of vertebrates.

B. Its molecule comprises four subunits, each containing an iron atom bound to a haem group.

C. Haemoglobin, a globular protein green = haem groups red & blue = protein subunits Heme Blood performs many important functions within the Body including: Supply of Oxygen to tissues - bound to Haemoglobin, which is carried in red cells.

D. Supply of nutrients such as Glucose, Amino acids and Fatty Acids - dissolved in the Blood or bound to Plasma Proteins. e.g., Blood Lipids.

E. Removal of waste such as Carbon Dioxide, Urea and Lactic Acid.

F. Immunological functions, including circulation of White Blood Cells and detection of foreign material by antibodies.

G. Coagulation, the response to a broken Blood vessel, the conversion of Blood from a liquid to a semi-solid gel to stop bleeding.

H. Messenger functions, including the transport of hormones and the signalling of tissue damage.

I. Regulation of Body ph.

J. The Regulation of Core Body Temperature.

K. Conclusion...

1. Blood Functions.

2. If we consider how aware we are today of Global Warming and Climate Change and the effect it is having in so many different aspects of life on Earth is there a clue we should be aware of in; "The Regulation of Core Body Temperature."

3. Blood is so eloquent at controlling; In a Healthy Body, what about a Mind and Body that is ill in more ways than one and how is Body temperature implicated in this process.

4. Is it fair to suggest if these Four chemicals are not truly understood nothing will ever make sense in the activity of Blood in illness and how to resolve illness: Carbon Dioxide, Urea and Lactic Acid and Oxygen.

5. A good overall yet brief demonstration of Blood Functions.

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Hydraulic functions 1.

Section 4.

A. What is Inside of Blood.

B. Blood accounts for 7% of the Human Body Weight, with an average density of approximately 1060 kg/m3, very close to pure water's density of 1000 kg/m3.

C. The average Adult has a Blood Volume of roughly 5 litre's - 11 US pints, which is composed of plasma and several kinds of cells.

D. These Blood Cells - which are also called corpuscles or, "formed elements," consist of erythrocytes - red blood cells, RBCs, leukocytes - white Blood cells and thrombocytes - platelets.

E. Platelets, also called thrombocytes - thromb - +/- cyte, "Blood clot cell," are a component of Blood whose function - along with the coagulation factors is to stop bleeding by clumping and clotting Blood vessels at injury sites.

F. By volume, the red Blood cells constitute about 45% of whole Blood, the Plasma about 54.3% and White cells about 0.7%.

G. Whole Blood - plasma and cells exhibits non-Newtonian fluid dynamics.

1. non-Newtonian fluid is a fluid with properties that are different in any way from those of Newtonian fluids.

H. Most commonly, the viscosity - the measure of a fluid's ability to resist gradual deformation by shear or tensile stresses of non-Newtonian fluids is dependent on shear rate or shear rate history.

I. If all Human Haemoglobin were free in the Plasma - rather than being contained in RBCs, the circulatory fluid would be too viscous for the cardiovascular system to function effectively.

J. Human Blood Fractioned by centrifugation.

K. Plasma - upper, yellow layer, buffy coat - middle, thin white layer and erythrocyte layer - bottom, red layer can be seen.

L. Blood circulation: Red = oxygenated Blue = Deoxygenated depicting formed elements of Blood.

M. Conclusion...

1. Hydraulic functions. Surely we must accept if there were no variations in Blood pressure between the Arterial and Venous Blood our system could not work.

2. The Heart only a pump no different to any other pump - has to have a low pressure source delivery to the pump and the pump converts the low to high in order to deliver the product to where it is required. A fire engine carrying low pressure water is a perfect example; through the pump to deliver water to the hose - pressure creating outlet in order to reach and douse the fire.

3. Leaving one with a question." How are the Kidneys damaged." Surely it must be seen if there is too high or too low a pressure the Kidney will not be able to respond in time, relevant to the beating of the Heart - thus ultimately will become fatigued through lack of Oxygen to name but one of the many Body chemicals involved.

4. What is Inside of Blood. Is it still in the year 2016 - in serious terms as Blood accounts for 7% of the Human Body Weight, with an average density of approximately 1060 kg/m3, very close to pure water's density of 1000 kg/m3, acceptable; to not fully understand Blood - or is this just an admission of. "It is too complicated to understand." despite Scientific advances.

5. Although this section is listed as. "Hydraulic Function," it appears nothing further is explored over and above this scientific test... "Human Blood Fractioned by centrifugation."

6. Is it possible Blood as Water does not have the ability of being compressed very much - if at all; thus is why it is able to maintain a steady Blood pressure.

7. There is a short vacant space of approximately .03 sec between Heartbeats - pumping action known as Systole and Diastole.

8. It is the cycle of Heart - without life ceases to exist.

9. Although - Only Blood can occupy it, at this time the Heart is doing its best work. Resting.

10. For without this resting period and the seemingly dormant residue, the Heart cannot possibly - Pump.

11. All pumps must retain a primer - the Blood retained within this resting space is no more than this; perhaps as Blood in not very compressible.

12. Thus, this process is like with all pumps to enable low-pressure fluid to be compressed into a high pressure for secure Blood pressure requirements.

13. Moreover without this resting period the Blood and it pressure would be caused to swirl instead of flowing smoothly around the bends and junctions of the circulation system and in turn cause inflammation and clots.     

14. Conclusion and perhaps more importantly at this time in this necessary space - the Heart is resting and preparing for the next Heartbeat and at the same time allowing for the resetting of the electrical systems, thereby enabling secure contraction of the Heart in order for it to pump sufficient Blood to the Lungs for re-oxygenating.

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Complete Blood Count.

Section 5.

A. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) will show an image of a normal Red Blood Cell, a platelet and a White Blood Cell.

B. One microlitre of Blood contains - Erythrocytes:

C. 4.7 to 6.1 million - Male.

1. 4.2 to 5.4 million - Female

D. Red Blood cells contain the Blood's Hemo globin and distributes Oxygen.

E. Mature Red Blood cells lack a nucleus and organelles in mammals.

F. The Red Blood cells - together with endothelial vessel cells and other cells are also marked by Glycoproteins that define the different Blood types.

G. Endothelium is a type of epithelium that lines the interior surface of Blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, forming an interface between circulating Blood or Lymph in the Lumen and the rest of the vessel wall.

H. It is a thin layer of simple squamous - covered with or characterized by scales,  these cells are called Endothelial cells.

I. Glycoproteins, the sweet outer coating of cells.

J. Glycoproteins are proteins that have sugars attached to them.

K. Glycoproteins are always found on the outside of the plasma membrane, with the sugar facing out.

L. The proportion of Blood occupied by Red Blood cells is referred to as the Haematocrit and is normally about 45%.

M. Haematocrit: Is the ratio of the volume of Red Blood Cells to the total volume of Blood.

N. The combined surface area of all Red Blood Cells of the Human Body would be roughly 2,000 times as great as the Body's exterior surface.

O. 4,000 - 11,000 leukocytes: White blood cells are part of the Body's immune system; they destroy and remove old or aberrant cells and cellular debris, as well as attack infectious agents - pathogens and foreign substances.

P. The Cancer of Leukocytes is called Leukaemia.

Q. 200,000 - 500,000 Thrombocytes: Also called platelets, they take part in Blood Clotting - coagulation. R. Fibrin from the coagulation cascade creates a mesh over the platelet plug.

R. Constitution of normal Blood Parameter Value Haematocrit 45 ± 7 - 38–52%.

1. For Males 42 ± 5 (- 37–47%.

2. For Females pH 7.35–7.45.

S. Base excess −3 to +3 PO2 10–13 kPa (80–100 mm Hg) PCO2 4.8–5.8 kPa - 35–45 mm Hg.

T. Mm Hg definition; A millimetre of mercury is a manometric unit of pressure, formerly defined as the extra pressure generated by a column of mercury one millimetre high and now defined as pascals.

U. It is denoted by the symbol "mmHg." Millimetres of mercury; a unit of pressure equal to 1 torr, or 133.3 pascals.

V. Conclusion...

1. Complete Blood Count. All very interesting and of course necessary for health care improvement.

2. However is the information exact enough to give a true Patient Blood or illness foundation understanding.

3. Or are the results from Blood examinations - only those that are searched for, or expected to be there. Based on how few Blood chemical constituents are studied.

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Oxygen Saturation.

Section. 6.

A. Oxygen Saturation.

B. Oxygenated: 98-99%.

1. Deoxygenated: 75%.

C. Conclusion...

1. Oxygen Saturation.

2. When one considers nothing burns in the absence of Oxygen; I am amazed how little apart from the numbers has research been carried out on this perhaps only important function of the Body - for without this, no energy is converted from food/fuel consume. Thus the Body dies.

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Plasma.

Section. 7.

A. Blood Plasma;

B. About 55% of Blood is Blood Plasma, a fluid that is the Blood's liquid medium, which by itself is straw-yellow in colour.

C. The Blood Plasma volume totals of 2.7-3.0 litres - 2.8-3.2 quarts in an average Human.

D. It is essentially an aqueous solution containing 92% Water, 8% Blood Plasma proteins and trace amounts of other materials.

E. Plasma circulates dissolved nutrients, such as Glucose, Amino acids and Fatty acids - dissolved in the Blood or bound to Plasma Proteins and removes waste products, such as Carbon dioxide, Urea and Lactic acid.

F. Other important components include: Serum albumin Blood-clotting factors - to facilitate coagulation.

G. Immunoglobulins - antibodies lipoprotein particles Various other proteins.

H. Immunoglobulins any of a class of proteins present in the serum and cells of the immune system, which function as antibodies.

I. Various electrolytes - mainly sodium and chloride.

J. The term Serum refers to Plasma from which the clotting proteins have been removed.

K. Most of the proteins remaining are albumin and immunoglobulins.

L. Albumin - The albumins are a family of globular proteins, the most common of which are the serum albumins.

M. All the proteins of the albumin family are water-soluble.

N. Conclusion...

1. Plasma.

2. When one considers this information. "A class of proteins present in the serum and cells of the immune system, function as antibodies..."

3. ...Does it not beg a question. "Do our Blood specialists really know the full extent and properties of Blood." Or is most of it no more than a good but very necessary Hypotheses - guesswork.

4. In addition as. "Proteins present in the serum and cells of the immune system, which function as antibodies?..."

5. "...Do our Blood specialists really know the full extent and properties of Blood." Must surely be, sadly not; as there are still so many mysteries called Endocrine disorders still to be solved amongst them is the Blood disorder Sepsis.

6. Solve these two and one solves many if not all of the illnesses a Person presents to medical specialists.

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Acid-base.

Section. 8.

A. Homeostasis Blood pH is regulated to stay within the narrow range of 7.35 to 7.45, making it slightly basic.

B. Blood that has a pH below 7.35 is too acidic.

C. Blood pH above 7.45 is too basic.

D. Blood pH, partial pressure of Oxygen (pO2), partial pressure of Carbon Dioxide (pCO2) and HCO3 - are carefully regulated by a number of homeostatic mechanisms, which exert their influence principally through the respiratory system and the urinary system in order to control the acid-base balance and respiration.

E. An Arterial Blood gas test will measure these.

F. Plasma also circulates hormones transmitting their messages to various tissues.

G. The list of normal reference ranges for various Blood Electrolytes is extensive.

H. Human Blood is typical of that of mammals, although the precise details concerning cell numbers, size, protein structure and so on, vary somewhat between species.

I. In non-mammalian vertebrates, however, there are some key differences:

J. Red Blood cells of non-mammalian vertebrates are flattened and ovoid in form and retain their cell nuclei.

K. There is considerable variation in the types and proportions of White Blood cells; for example, acidophils are generally more common than in Humans Platelets are unique to mammals; in other vertebrates, small nucleated, spindle cells called Thrombocytes are responsible for Blood clotting instead Physiology Cardiovascular system Circulation of Blood through the Human Heart.

L. Acidophile is a term used by histologists to describe a particular staining pattern of cells and tissues when using haematoxylin and eosin stains.

M. Specifically, the name refers to structures which; "love" acid and take it up readily.

N. It describes the microscopic appearance of cells and tissues, as seen through a microscope, after a histological section has been stained with an acidic dye.

O. The most common such dye is eosin, which stains acidophilic substances red and is the source of the related term eosinophilic.

P. Note that a single cell can have both acidophilic substances/organelles and basophilic substances/organelles, albeit some have historically had so much of one stain that the cell itself is called a eosinophil.

Q. Conclusion...

1. Acid-base. There are sufficient clues contained within this understanding of the Blood Acid Base - to understand why in the year 2016; Sepsis is still not clearly understood; no more than many of the recognised and diagnosed Endocrine Disorders.

2. Whilst we must recognise the important requirement of understanding Blood is it really fair to say. "To stay within the narrow range of 7.35 to 7.45, making it slightly basic.

3. Blood that has a pH below 7.35 is too acidic.

4. Blood pH above 7.45 is too basic.

5. Or it better said - in late 2016 this a satisfactory answer or truly demonstrating there is a broad base understanding of Blood and it activity within the Mind-Brain and Body that is yet to be made.

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Circulatory System.

Section. 9.

A. Blood is circulated around the Body through Blood vessels by the pumping action of the Heart.

B. In Humans, Blood is pumped from the strong Left Ventricle of the Heart through Arteries to peripheral tissues and returns to the Right Atrium of the Heart through Veins.

C. It then enters the Right Ventricle and is pumped through the Pulmonary Artery to the Lungs and returns to the Left Atrium through the Pulmonary Veins.

D. Blood then enters the Left Ventricle to be circulated again.

E. Arterial Blood carries Oxygen from inhaled air to all of the Cells of the Body and Venous Blood carries Carbon Dioxide, a waste product of many created by metabolism in the cells, back to the Lungs to be exhaled.

F. However, one exception includes Pulmonary Arteries, which contain the most deoxygenated Blood in the Body, while the pulmonary veins contain Oxygenated Blood.

1. Pulmonary Arteries-

2. The arteries carrying Blood from the right ventricle of the Heart to the Lungs for Oxygenation.

G. Additional return flow may be generated by the movement of skeletal muscles, which can compress veins and push Blood through the valves in Veins toward the Right Atrium.

H. The Blood circulation was famously described by William Harvey in 1628.

I. Conclusion...

1. Circulatory System. Surely if the understanding of Blood since 1628 - has not in real terms been improved, should we not look at and ask why and in so doing; recognise it is not Blood in Healthy People we should understand, it is in People that are long-term ill with multiple symptoms with a second by second ever changing Body Chemistry affecting every cell; thus every droplet of Blood  in the Body.

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Production and degradation of Blood Cells.

Section. 10.

A. In vertebrates, the various cells of Blood are made in the Bone Marrow in a process called Hematopoiesis:

B. Hematopoiesis is the process of creating new Blood cells in the Body.

C. All Blood cells start off as hematopoietic stem cells and then specialize - differentiate into myeloid cells - erythrocytes, megakaryocytes, monocytes, neutrophils, basophils, or eosinophils or lymphoid cells - T-lymphocytes and B-lymphocytes.

D. Which includes Erythropoiesis - the production of Red Blood Cells and Myelopoiesis - the production of White Blood Cells and Platelets.

E. During Childhood, almost every Human bone produces Red Blood Cells.

F. As Adults, Red Blood Cell production is limited to the larger bones: the Bodies of the vertebrae, the breastbone - sternum, the rib cage, the pelvic bones and the bones of the upper arms and legs.

G. In addition, during Childhood, the thymus gland, found in the Mediastinum, is an important source of T lymphocytes.

H. Mediastinum.

1. A median septum or partition.

2. the mass of tissues and organs separating the sternum in front and the vertebral column behind, containing the Heart and its large vessels, trachea, oesophagus, thymus, lymph nodes, other structures and tissues.

3. It is divided into anterior, middle, posterior and superior regions.

I. The Proteinaceous component of Blood - including clotting proteins is produced predominantly by the liver.

1. Proteinaceous ‎- comparative more proteinaceous, superlative most proteinaceous.

2. Of, pertaining to, or consisting of Protein.

J. While hormones are produced by the EnK. Endocrine Glands and the watery fraction is regulated by the Hypothalamus and maintained by the Kidneys.

K. Healthy Erythrocytes have a Plasma life of about 120 days before they are degraded by the Spleen and the Kupffer cells in the Liver.

L. The Liver also clears some proteins, lipids and amino acids.

M. The Kidney's actively secretes waste products into the Urine.

N. Conclusion...

1. Production and degradation of Blood Cells. As a brief introduction to the inner working of Blood in a Healthy Body this is more than adequate - leaving one to wonder how - in an ill Person this process works and more importunately can be altered.

2. Is it not fair to say - if the understanding of Blood within illness is not completely understood, how is it possible. Production of New Blood Cells and the Degradation of old cells can be truly understood and more importunely - incorporated into the success of treating Blood and other related disorders.

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Oxygen Transport.

Section 11.

1. Basic haemoglobin (Hgb) saturation curve.

2. Within the curve It is moved to the right in higher acidity - more dissolved carbon dioxide and to the left in lower acidity - less dissolved carbon dioxide.

3. About 98.5% of the Oxygen in a sample of Arterial Blood in a Healthy Human breathing air at sea-level pressure is chemically combined with the Hgb.

4. About 1.5% is physically dissolved in the other Blood liquids and not connected to Hgb.

5. The hemoglobin molecule is the primary transporter of Oxygen in mammals and many other species.

6. With some exceptions.

7.  Haemoglobin has an Oxygen binding capacity of between 1.36 and 1.40 ml O2 per gram haemoglobin, which increases the total Blood Oxygen capacity seventy fold, compared to if Oxygen solely were carried by its solubility of 0.03 ml O2 per litre Blood per mm Hg partial pressure of Oxygen - approximately 100 mm Hg in arteries.

8. With the exception of pulmonary and umbilical arteries and their corresponding veins, arteries carry Oxygenated Blood away from the Heart and deliver it to the Body via Arterioles and Capillaries, where the Oxygen is consumed; afterwards, venules and veins carry Deoxygenated Blood back to the Heart.

9. Under normal conditions in Adult Humans at rest; haemoglobin in Blood leaving the lungs is about 98-99% saturated with Oxygen, achieving an Oxygen delivery of between 950 and 1150 ml/min to the Body.

10. In a Healthy Adult at rest, Oxygen consumption is approximately 200-250 ml/min and Deoxygenated Blood returning to the Lungs is still approximately 75% - 70 to 78% saturated.

11. Increased Oxygen consumption during sustained exercise reduces the Oxygen saturation of Venous Blood, which can reach less than 15% in a trained athlete; although breathing rate and Blood flow increase to compensate.

12. Oxygen saturation in Arterial Blood can drop to 95% or less under these conditions.

13. Oxygen saturation this low is considered dangerous in an individual at rest - for instance, during surgery under anaesthesia.

14. Sustained Hypoxia - oxygenation of less than 90%, is dangerous to Health.

15. Severe Hypoxia - saturations of less than 30% may be rapidly fatal.

16. A Foetus, receiving Oxygen via the placenta, is exposed to much lower Oxygen pressures - about 21% of the level found in an adult's lungs and, so, foetus's produce another form of haemoglobin with a much higher affinity for Oxygen - haemoglobin F in order to function under these conditions.

17. Carbon Dioxide transport CO2 is carried in Blood in three different ways.

18. The exact percentages vary depending whether it is Arterial or Venous Blood.

19. Most of it - about 70% is converted to bicarbonate ions HCO - 3 by the enzyme carbonic anhydrase in the Red Blood cells by the reaction CO2 + H2O → H2CO3 → H+ + HCO− 3; about 7% is dissolved in the plasma and about 23% is bound to haemoglobin as carbamino compounds.

20. Haemoglobin, the main Oxygen-carrying molecule in Red Blood Cells, carries both Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide.

21. However, the CO2 bound to haemoglobin does not bind to the same site as Oxygen.

22. Instead, it combines with the N-terminal groups on the four globin chains.

23. However, because of allosteric effects on the haemoglobin molecule, the binding of CO2 decreases the amount of Oxygen that is bound for a given partial pressure of Oxygen.

24. The decreased binding to Carbon Dioxide in the Blood due to increased Oxygen levels is known as the Haldane effect and is important in the transport of Carbon Dioxide from the tissues to the Lungs.

25. A rise in the partial pressure of CO2 or a lower pH will cause off loading of Oxygen from Haemoglobin, which is known as the Bohr effect.

26. The Bohr effect is a physiological phenomenon first described in 1904 by the Danish physiologist Christian Bohr.

27. Stating that Haemoglobin's Oxygen binding affinity - or the Oxygen-haemoglobin dissociation curve is inversely related both to acidity and to the concentration of carbon dioxide.

28. That is, an increase in Blood CO2 concentration, which leads to a decrease in Blood pH, will result in haemoglobin proteins releasing their load of Oxygen.

29. Conversely, a decrease in carbon dioxide provokes an increase in pH, which results in haemoglobin picking up more Oxygen.

30. Since carbon dioxide reacts with water to form Carbonic acid, an increase in CO2 - results in a decrease in Blood pH.

31. Carbonic acid in Blood plays a very important role in mammalian Blood.

32. It is an intermediate during the transfer of Carbon Dioxide from the lungs to the Blood and vice versa.

33. The conversion of Carbon Dioxide into Carbonic Acid is catalysed by an enzyme - carbonic anhydrase, which enhances the reaction rate by a factor of nearly a billion.

34. Carbonic Acid dissociates in the Blood - as in other solutions, to produce mainly H+ and HCO3- bicarbonate) ions.

35. This dissociation is an equilibrium reaction and it helps control the pH level of Blood.

36. Transport of hydrogen ions

37. Some Oxyhaemoglobin loses Oxygen and becomes Deoxyhemoglobin.

38. Oxyhaemoglobin - a bright red substance formed by the combination of haemoglobin with Oxygen, present in Oxygenated Blood.

39.  Oxyhaemoglobin is formed during physiological respiration when Oxygen binds to the heme component of the protein haemoglobin in Red Blood cells.

40. Deoxyhemoglobin binds most of the hydrogen ions as it has a much greater affinity for more Hydrogen than does Oxyhaemoglobin.

41. The form of haemoglobin without Oxygen, the predominant protein in Red Blood Cells. Haemoglobin forms an unstable, reversible bond with Oxygen.

42. Conclusion...

A. Oxygen Transport. As a brief yet secure scientific introduction to the inner working of Blood in a Healthy Body this is more than adequate - leaving one to wonder - how, in an ill Person this process works and more importunately can be altered, moreover; does this extract hold any clues. "A Foetus, receiving Oxygen via the placenta."

B. Is it truly satisfactory to just tell or explain about Blood Oxygen transport with items as "A Foetus, receiving Oxygen via the placenta." And not include the activity of the Mind on the Body based on production of a satisfactory level of well Oxygenated Blood being solely dependent on the very cells it delivers Blood to - to respond back in an open or non restricted manner.

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Lymphatic System.

Section. 12.

A. Lymphatic system In mammals, Blood is in equilibrium with lymph, which is continuously formed in tissues from Blood by capillary ultra filtration.

B. Lymph is collected by a system of small lymphatic vessels and directed to the thoracic duct, which drains into the left subclavian vein where lymph re-joins the systemic Blood circulation.

C. Thermoregulation. Blood circulation transports Heat throughout the Body and adjustments to this flow are an important part of thermoregulation.

D. Increasing Blood flow to the surface e.g., during warm weather or strenuous exercise causes warmer skin, resulting in faster heat loss.

E. In contrast, when the external temperature is low, Blood flow to the extremities and surface of the skin is reduced and to prevent Heat Loss and is circulated preferentially to the important Organs of the Body.

F. Conclusion...

1. Lymphatic System. As a brief yet secure scientific introduction to the inner working of the Lymphatic System in a Healthy Body this is more than adequate - leaving one to wonder - how, in an ill Person this process works and more importunately can be altered or cleaned as many doctrines maintain it can, moreover; does this extract hold any clues. "circulated preferentially - to the important Organs of the Body."

2. In addition as is often claimed by Lymph System Drainage. "Can the Lymphatic System really be cleaned."

3. Should we not ask why or what is the real reason Blood is "circulated preferentially to the important Organs of the Body."

4. Does the Mind play a part in this process - as all of the Body systems are connected by the Arterial and Venus circulation of Blood.

5. The Body may well respond to cleaning and offer much required relief from painful or unpleasant symptoms . however "Can the Lymphatic System really be cleaned."

6. Or are there as of yet unrecognised long-term responses to this activity.

7. Based on the well Scientifically Proven fact - the Body will always seek a status of Homeostasis.

A. Homeostasis; The tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements, especially as maintained by physiological processes.

8. Thus organs are selected by the Mind for delivery of Body Chemicals causing illness.

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Hydraulic Functions 2.

Section. 13.

A. The restriction of Blood Flow can also be used in specialized tissues to cause engorgement, resulting in an erection of that tissue; examples are the erectile tissue in the Male Penis and Female Clitoris.

B. Another example of a hydraulic function is the jumping spider, in which Blood forced into the legs under pressure causes them to straighten for a powerful jump, without the need for bulky muscular legs.

C. Haemoglobin is the most common respiratory protein found in nature.

D. These oxygen-carrying proteins are freely soluble in the Blood; in vertebrates they are contained in specialized Red Blood Cells, allowing for a higher concentration of respiratory pigments without increasing viscosity or damaging Blood filtering organs - like the Kidneys.

E. Conclusion...  

1. Hydraulic Functions. Leaving one with a question. "How are the Kidneys damaged..."

2. ...Once again - if the Mind and its activities have good reasons for increasing or decreasing the Hydraulic Value of the Blood Pressure is based on a traumatic thought process.  Then this is the process at the Heart of Kidney Damage.

3. Moreover it is the final act a Mind will make in response to lack of understanding sought post traumatic intervention. Death will follow.

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Colour.

Section. 14.

1. The colouring matter of Blood - hemochrome is largely due to the Protein in the Blood responsible for Oxygen transport.

2. Haemoglobin Capillary Blood from say a bleeding finger is the principal determinant of the colour of Blood in vertebrates.

3. Each molecule has four heme groups and their interaction with various molecules alters the exact colour.

4. In vertebrates and other Haemoglobin-using creatures, Arterial Blood and Capillary Blood are bright red, as Oxygen imparts a strong red colour to the heme group.

5. Deoxygenated Blood is a darker shade of red; this is present in Veins and can be seen during Blood donation and when Venous Blood samples are taken.

6. This is because the spectrum of light absorbed by Haemoglobin differs between the Oxygenated and Deoxygenated states.

7. Blood in Carbon Monoxide poisoning is bright red, because Carbon Monoxide causes the formation of Carboxyhaemoglobin.

8. Carboxyhaemoglobin is a stable complex of carbon monoxide and haemoglobin (Hb) that forms in Red Blood Cells upon contact with Carbon Monoxide (CO).

9. Exposure to small concentrations of CO hinder the ability of Hb to deliver Oxygen to the Body, because Carboxyhaemoglobin forms more readily than does Oxyhaemoglobin - HbO2.

10. CO is produced in normal metabolism and is also a common chemical.

11. Tobacco smoking - through carbon monoxide inhalation, raises the Blood levels of COHb by a factor of several times from its normal concentrations.

12. In Cyanide Poisoning, the Body cannot utilize Oxygen, so the Venous Blood remains Oxygenated, increasing the redness.

13. There are some conditions affecting the heme groups present in Haemoglobin that can make the skin appear blue a symptom called cyanosis.

14. Cyanosis. Blue lips and skin - is the abnormal blue discolouration of the skin and mucous membranes, caused by an increase in the deoxygenated haemoglobin level to above 5 g/dL.

15. If the heme is oxidized, methaemoglobin, which is more brownish and cannot transport oxygen, is formed.

16. In the rare condition Sulfhemoglobinemia, arterial Haemoglobin is partially Oxygenated and appears dark red with a bluish hue.

17. Sulfhemoglobinemia - or sulfhaemoglobinaemia is a rare condition in which there is excess sulfhemoglobin - SulfHb, in the Blood.

18. The pigment is a greenish derivative of haemoglobin which cannot be converted back to normal, functional haemoglobin.

19. It causes cyanosis even at low blood levels.

20. It is a rare Blood condition that occurs when a sulphur atom is incorporated into the haemoglobin molecule.

21. When hydrogen sulfide - H2S, or sulfide ions and ferric ions combine in the Blood, the Blood is incapable of carrying Oxygen.

22. Veins close to the surface of the skin appear blue for a variety of reasons.

23. However, the factors that contribute to this alteration of colour perception are related to the light-scattering properties of the skin and the processing of visual input by the visual cortex, rather than the actual colour of the venous Blood.

24. Skinks in the genus Prasinohaema have green Blood due to a build up of the waste product Biliverdin.

25. Biliverdin reductase (BVR) is an enzyme (EC 1.3.1.24) found in all tissues under normal conditions, but especially in reticulo-macrophages of the liver and spleen.

26. The main function of macrophages of the reticulo-endothelial system in the iron metabolism is to recycle iron from senescent red blood cells.

27. Most of the iron absorbed from the diet or recycled from haemoglobin is destined for developing erythrocytes.

28. Every second bone marrow produces more than 2 million red Blood cells.

29. For this reason the bone marrow must regularly reach an adequate quantity of iron to produce haemoglobin.

30. BVR facilitates the conversion of biliverdin to bilirubin via the reduction of a double-bond between the second and third pyrrole ring into a single-bond.

31. Pyrrole is a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound, a five-membered ring with the formula C4H4NH.

32. It is a colourless volatile liquid that darkens readily upon exposure to air.

33. Substituted derivatives are also called pyrroles, e.g., N-methylpyrrole, C4H4NCH3. Porphobilinogen, a trisubstituted pyrrole, is the biosynthetic precursor to many natural products such as heme.

34. Conclusion...

A. Colour. Whilst we must take any comparison between Animals and Humans with care and caution - is it possible this extract from above yields some clues worthy of further discussion. "Skinks in the genus Prasinohaema have green Blood due to a buildup of the waste product Biliverdin.

B. Biliverdin reductase (BVR) is an enzyme (EC 1.3.1.24) found in all tissues under normal conditions.

C. The colour of Blood is extremely important in more ways than perhaps Medical Science would have us believe.

D. Surely if the Colour of Blood is recognised as important - one has to be able to do something about it and recognise by having knowledge of the Entire Body Chemistry as instructed by the Mind is the only secure way.

E. For the Mind the colour is only a sign something is wrong - not a demonstration what is wrong.

F. In addiction; Is it not the correct thing to do when taking into consideration this information ."Skinks in the genus Prasinohaema have green Blood due to a buildup of the waste product Biliverdin.

G. And - Biliverdin reductase (BVR) is an enzyme found in all tissues under normal conditions.

H. And ask - is this simply a cross over or misinformation. If it is found in all tissues under normal condition - it cannot possibly be a waste build up; it has to have a positive purpose in Skinks in the same manner - it is Normal in Humans.

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Pathology.

General Medical Disorders.

Section. 15.

A. Disorders of volume Injury can cause Blood loss through bleeding.

B. A Healthy Adult can lose almost 20% of Blood volume - 1 Litre before the first symptom, restlessness, begins and 40% of volume - 2 Litres before shock sets in.

C. Thrombocytes are important for Blood Coagulation and the formation of Blood Clots, which can stop bleeding.

D. Trauma to the internal organs or bones can cause internal bleeding, which can sometimes be severe.

E. Dehydration can reduce the Blood volume by reducing the Water content of the Blood.

F. This would rarely result in shock - apart from the very severe cases, but may result in orthostatic hypotension and fainting.

G. Orthostatic hypotension - also called postural hypotension; is a form of low Blood pressure that happens on standing from sitting or lying down.

H. Orthostatic hypotension can create a dizzy or light-headed feeling and maybe even fainting.

I. Conclusion...  

1. Pathology.

2. General Medical Disorders.

3. There is no desire to seek an undermining of medical science - however surely we must as science demonstrates; seek simple answers, to complex questions.

4. For the first time Medical Science includes "Trauma" (section 14 D.) is indicated in this paper - is it just possible with this extract, there is a subconscious desire to include the Mind in this process; but on second thoughts the medical scientists have instructions; to keep all illness biological in creation. "Trauma to the internal organs or bones can cause internal bleeding,  "And rarely result in shock - apart from the very severe cases, but may result in orthostatic hypotension and fainting.

5. Leading to the General inability to recognise the true Pathology of General Medical Disorders - as demonstrated by the Body Chemistry encased within the Blood.

6. Section. 14. Item E has serious clues and is linked to the paper on Diuretics - whilst it may appear to be a clinical requirement to reduce water buildup in the Body especially around the Heart Lungs and Legs - is enough known relating to the reduction of Blood Volume and how it affects the rest of the Body.

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Disorders of Circulation.

Section. 16.

A. Shock is the ineffective perfusion of tissues and can be caused by a variety of conditions including Blood Loss, infection, poor cardiac output.

B. Atherosclerosis reduces the flow of Blood through arteries, because atheroma lines arteries and narrows them.

C. Atheroma tends to increase with age and its progression can be compounded by many causes: including smoking, high Blood pressure, excess circulating lipids - hyperlipidemia, and Diabetes Mellitus.

D. Coagulation can form a thrombosis, which can obstruct vessels.

E. Problems with Blood composition, the pumping action of the Heart, or narrowing of Blood Vessels can have many consequences including Hypoxia - lack of Oxygen of the tissues supplied.

F. The term ischemia refers to tissue that is inadequately perfused with Blood and Infarction refers to tissue death - necrosis, which can occur when the Blood supply has been blocked or is very inadequate.

G. Conclusion...

1. Disorders of Circulation. Once again with the opening word of this section. "Shock," there is a clear demonstration of keeping - even Blood a Biological ONLY disorder; where the Mind nor the Brain plays any part in the natural running of the Body and its many mysterious disorders of circulation.

2. Demonstrated by - all of these are no more than symptoms even if the cause is not known they still have a cause:

3. Blood Loss. Infection. Poor cardiac output. Atherosclerosis. Smoking. High Blood pressure. excess circulating lipids and Diabetes Mellitus - are no more than symptoms with a cause.

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Haematological disorders.

Haematology Anaemia.

Section. 17.

A. Insufficient red cell mass - Anaemia can be the result of bleeding, Blood disorders like Thalassemia, or nutritional deficiencies and may require Blood Transfusion.

B. Thalassemias are inherited Blood disorders that can result in the abnormal formation of haemoglobin.

C. Symptoms depend on the type and can vary from none to severe.

D. Often there is mild to severe Anaemia - low red Blood cells.

E. Anaemia can result in feeling tired and pale skin.

F. There may also be bone problems, an enlarged spleen, yellowish skin, dark urine and among Children slow growth.

G. Thalassemias are genetic disorders inherited from a Person's Parents.

H. There are two main types: Alpha Thalassemia and Beta Thalassemia.

I. Several countries have Blood Banks to fill the demand for transfusable Blood.

J. A Person receiving a Blood transfusion - must have a Blood type compatible with that of the donor.

K. Sickle-cell Anaemia Disorders of cell proliferation Leukaemia is a group of Cancers of the Blood-forming tissues and cells.

L. Non-cancerous overproduction of red cells - polycythemia vera or platelets - essential thrombocytosis, may be Premalignant.

M. Premalignant: Pertaining to tissue that is not yet malignant but is poised to become malignant.

N. Appropriate clinical and laboratory studies are designed to detect premalignant tissue while it is still in a premalignant stage.

O. A battery of techniques are available to remove or kill the tissue, thereby preventing the development of cancer.

P. The proper treatment method depends on the particular premalignant tissue involved.

Q. Examples of premalignant growths include polyps in the colon, actinic keratosis of the skin, dysplasia of the cervix, metaplasia of the lung and leukoplakia - white patches in the mouth.

R. Myelodysplastic syndromes involve ineffective production of one or more cell lines.

S. Disorders of coagulation Haemophilia is a genetic illness that causes dysfunction in one of the Blood's clotting mechanisms.

T. This can allow otherwise inconsequential wounds to be life-threatening, but more commonly results in haemarthrosis, or bleeding into joint spaces, which can be crippling. Ineffective or insufficient platelets can also result in coagulopathy - bleeding disorders.

U. Hypercoagulable state (thrombophilia) results from defects in regulation of platelet or clotting factor function and can cause thrombosis.

V. Conclusion...

1. Haematological disorders Haematology Anaemia.

2. Is it possible these two extracts demonstrate clues; Or is this no more than watchful waiting for something medical science is looking for or is able to recognise...

A. Premalignant: Pertaining to tissue that is not yet malignant but is poised to become malignant.

B. Anaemia can result in feeling tired and pale skin.

3. And is it possible within these are the answers, one is able to see it to why; Fatigue - known as ME CFS and FM are still late in the year 2016 so poorly understood and treated with any degree of Patient or clinician satisfaction.

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Infectious Disorders of Blood.

Section. 18.

A. Blood is an important vector of infection.

B. HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is transmitted through contact with Blood, Semen or other Body secretions of an infected Person.

C. Hepatitis B and C - are transmitted primarily through Blood contact.

D. Owing to Blood-borne infections, Blood-stained objects are treated as a biohazard. Bacterial infection of the Blood is bacteremia or sepsis.

E. Viral Infection is viremia.

F. Malaria and trypanosomiasis are Blood-borne Parasitic infections.

G. Conclusion...

1. Infectious Disorders of Blood.

2. Let us accept the main thrust of this section even Malaria infections as correct and scientifically proven - should that stop us asking the SIMPLE question "Why is it a Persons immune systems are unable to protect against such intrusions."

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.

Section. 19.

A. Carbon monoxide poisoning Substances other than Oxygen can bind to Haemoglobin; in some cases this can cause irreversible damage to the Body.

B. Carbon monoxide, for example, is extremely dangerous when carried to the Blood via the Lungs by inhalation, because Carbon Monoxide irreversibly binds to Haemoglobin to form Carboxyhaemoglobin, so that less Haemoglobin is free to bind Oxygen and fewer Oxygen molecules can be transported throughout the Blood.

C. This can insidiously cause suffocation.

D. A fire burning in an enclosed room with poor ventilation presents a very dangerous hazard, since it can create a build-up of Carbon Monoxide in the air.

E. Some Carbon Monoxide binds to Haemoglobin when smoking Tobacco.

F. Conclusion...

1. Carbon monoxide poisoning.

2. Let us accept the main thrust of this section as correct and scientifically proven - should that stop us asking the SIMPLE question; "Does the Mind when placed in Fear during a fire have a part to play in the process that leads to suffocation."

3. In addition; why is it a Person is able to smoke tobacco for many decades - without the full and damaging effects of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.

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Medical treatments Blood products Blood transfusion.

Section. 20.

A. Venous Blood is collected during Blood donation.

B. Blood for transfusion is obtained from Human donors by Blood donation and stored in a Blood bank.

C. There are many different Blood types in Humans, the ABO Blood group system and the Rhesus Blood group system being the most important.

D. Transfusion of Blood of an incompatible Blood group may cause severe, often fatal, complications, so cross matching is done to ensure that a compatible Blood product is transfused.

E. Other Blood products administered intravenously are platelets, Blood Plasma, cryoprecipitate and specific coagulation factor concentrates.

F. Conclusion...

1. Medical treatments Blood products Blood transfusion.

2. No one could or should question this process - being in so many instances a life saver.

3. However with the advances in DNA knowledge - are there long-term studies of the health effects of a Blood transfusion and the DNA effects on the recipient;  if so would medical science know the difference.

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Intravenous administration.

Section. 21.

A. Many forms of medication - from antibiotics to chemotherapy are administered intravenously, as they are not readily or adequately absorbed by the digestive tract.

B. After severe acute Blood loss, liquid preparations, generically known as plasma expanders, can be given intravenously, either solutions of salts (NaCl, KCl, CaCl2 etc.) at physiological concentrations, or colloidal solutions, such as dextrans, Human serum albumin, or fresh frozen plasma.

C. In these emergency situations, a plasma expander is a more effective life-saving procedure than a Blood transfusion, because the metabolism of transfused Red Blood Cells does not restart immediately after a transfusion.

D. Conclusion...

1. Intravenous administration.

2. Unable to argue with the main thrust of this - would wish to ask "Why the metabolism of transfused Red Blood Cells does not restart immediately after transfusion - is the activity of the Mind at work."

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Anatomy and Physiology.

Section. 22.

A. Anatomy and Physiology.

B. Human Physiology reported similar numbers: 60% carried as bicarbonate, 30% bound to haemoglobin as carboxyhaemoglobin and 10% physically dissolved.

C. "Optical Absorption of Haemoglobin."

D. "Why do veins appear blue? A new look at an old question."

E. "Parasites in a biodiversity hot spot: a survey of haematozoa and a molecular phylogenetic analysis of Plasmodium in New Guinea skinks."

F. "Blood - The Human Heart."

G. "Descriptions of Blood and Blood disorders before the advent of laboratory studies."

H. "Limitations to systemic and locomotor limb muscle oxygen delivery and uptake during maximal exercise in Humans."

I.  Conclusion...

1. A collection of questions still seeking scientific answers.

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Human Blood.

Section. 23.

A. The ABO blood group system was discovered in the year 1900 by Karl Landsteiner. Jan Janský is credited with the first classification of Blood into the four types - A, B, AB and O in 1907, which remains in use today.

B. In 1907 the first Blood transfusion was performed that used the ABO system to predict compatibility.

C. The first non-direct transfusion was performed on March 27, 1914.

D. The Rhesus factor was discovered in 1937.

E. Conclusion...

1. Human Blood. An important finding and still very relevant in 2016 - where does one go from here one might ask, when endocrine disorders as still as much a mystery today as ever.

2. When one takes into consideration the above information it may be wise to consider from here the information is not so important in the understanding of Blood - however it does play apart in our history whether one accepts and or believes it or not.

3. As so often Blood is involved in the making or keeping of the believed followed doctrine.

4. To which I have made a response.

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Bloodletting.

Section. 24.  

A. Bloodletting In modern evidence-based medicine, is used in management of a few rare diseases, including haemochromatosis and polycythemia.

B. However, Bloodletting and Leeching were common un validated interventions used until the 19th century, as many diseases were incorrectly thought to be due to an excess of Blood, according to Hippocratic Medicine.

C. History Jan Janský is credited with the first classification of Blood into four types - A, B, AB, and O.

D. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word "Blood" dates to the oldest English, circa 1000 CE.

E. The word is derived from Middle English, which is derived from the Old English word blôd, which is akin to the Old High German word bluot, meaning Blood.

F. The modern German word is (das) Blut.

G. Classical Greek medicine Fåhræus - a Swedish physician who devised the erythrocyte sedimentation rate suggested that the Ancient Greek system of humorism, which were based upon the observation of Blood clotting in a transparent container.

H. Humorism, or humoralism, was a system of medicine detailing the makeup and workings of the Human Body, adopted by the Indian Ayurveda system of medicine, Ancient Greek and Roman physicians and philosophers, all suggested or believed that an excess or deficiency of any of four distinct bodily fluids in a Person - known as humors or humours - directly influences their temperament and health.

I. When Blood is drawn in a glass container and left undisturbed for about an hour, four different layers can be seen.

1. A dark clot forms at the bottom - the "black bile."

2. Above the clot is a layer of red blood cells - the "Blood."

3. Above this is a whitish layer of White Blood cells - the "phlegm."

4. The top layer is clear yellow serum - the "yellow bile."

J. Conclusion...

1. It is surely beyond question Medical Science in many ways have made great advances - however is there a clue to be extracted from Item Section 23. B.

2. Where Scientific Medicine learnt its Back to Front thinking with in 2016 still no secure long-term cure for any illness to hand and metaphorically thinking it was or ever could be possible for a Human or Animal Body to have too much Blood - and thus required letting.  

3. Is it a possibility with this extract from above - Section. 24. H; "directly influences their temperament and health."

4. Or was this another one of, or the forerunner of Medical Back to Front thinking.

 5. Surely temperament variations and health - especially ill health; are no more than symptoms, not cause.

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Cultural and Religious beliefs.

Section. 25.

A. Due to its importance to life, Blood is associated with a large number of beliefs.

B. One of the most basic is the use of Blood as a symbol for family relationships through birth/parentage; to be "related by Blood" is to be related by ancestry or descendants, rather than by marriage.

C. This bears closely to Bloodlines and sayings such as; "Blood is thicker than water" and "bad Blood", as well as "Blood brother."

D. Blood is given particular emphasis in the Jewish and Christian religions, because Leviticus 17:11 says; "the life of a creature is in the Blood."

E. This phrase is part of the Levitical law forbidding the drinking of Blood or eating meat with the Blood still intact - instead of being drained off.

F. Mythic references to Blood can sometimes be connected to the life-giving nature of Blood, seen in such events as Childbirth, as contrasted with the Blood of injury or death.

G. Indigenous Australians...

H. In many indigenous Australian Aboriginal Peoples' traditions, ochre - particularly red and Blood, both high in iron content and considered Maban, are applied or rubber all over the naked Bodies of dancers for ritual.

I. In secret, sacred male ceremonies, Blood extracted from the veins of the participant's arms is exchanged and rubbed on their bodies.

J. Red ochre is used in similar ways in less-secret ceremonies.

K. Blood is also used to fasten the feathers of birds onto People's Bodies.

L. Bird feathers contain a protein that is a highly magnetically sensitive.

M. Blood employed in this fashion is held by these Peoples to attune the dancers to the invisible energetic realm of the Dream time.

N. Thus connects these invisible energetic realms and magnetic fields, because iron is magnetic.

O. Conclusion...

1. It is surely the correct thing to do due to its importance to life, accept Blood is associated with a large number of beliefs.

2. One of the most basic - is the use of Blood as a symbol for family relationships through birth/parentage; to be "related by Blood" is to be related by ancestry or descendants, rather than by marriage.

3. This bears closely to Bloodlines and sayings such as; "Blood is thicker than water" and "bad Blood", as well as "Blood brother."

4. However - if the discussion is about Blood related illness; being given a particular emphasis in the religions because Leviticus 17:11 says; "the life of a creature is in the Blood." Is this somewhat missing the point. Or no more than another milestone in the misdirection of the all seeing eye of - the Medical Profession and its masters.

5. Section 24. I. explains; "Blood extracted from the veins of the participant's." Leaves one to ponder - has the fact registered in their Minds, the negative effect on the strength of their beliefs the Venous Blood system had  exerted, as it carries all of the waste products extracted from the Air we breath, the food we eat and  including any drugs.

A. Does this not undermine - the importance so many religious groups, on instructions from their mysteriously hidden Religious leaders have exerted on the world with their strong beliefs especially with regards to Blood, its use in religious ceremonies and consumption within meat.

B. With this in mind - is it not fair to say; unless thoroughly cooked. Blood is a  substance that is poisonous to mortals.    

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European Paganism.

Section. 26.

A. Among the Germanic tribes, Blood was used during their sacrifices; the Blóts.

B. Germanic Peoples.

C. This Germanic Peoples - also called Teutonic, Suebian, or Gothic in older literature were an ethno-linguistic Indo-European group of Northern European origin.

D. Germanic Thing or governing assembly, drawn after the depiction in a relief of the Column of Marcus Aurelius, 193 CE.

E. The Germanic Peoples are identified by their use of Germanic languages, which diversified out of Proto-Germanic during the Pre-Roman Iron Age.

F. The term; "Germanic," originated in classical times when groups of tribes living in Lower, Upper and Greater Germania were referred to using this label by Roman scribes.

G. Blood was considered to have the power of its originator and, after the butchering, the Blood was sprinkled on the walls, on the statues of the gods and on the participants themselves.

H. This act of sprinkling Blood was called blóedsian in Old English and the terminology was borrowed by the Roman Catholic Church becoming to bless and blessing.

I. The Hittite word for Blood, ishar was a cognate to words for, "oath" and "bond."

J. The Ancient Greeks believed that the Blood of the gods, ichor, was a substance that was poisonous to mortals.

K. As a relic of Germanic Law, the cruentation, an ordeal where the corpse of the victim was supposed to start bleeding in the presence of the murderer, was used until the early 17th century.

L. Conclusion...

1. Is it possible as this was all created in the year 193 CE this was the earliest form of Fear created in pursuit of psychotic control and nothing to do with any form of Church, Religion or God like belief.

2. Perhaps more likely an early Masonic or Satanic style Brotherhood activity.

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Christianity.

Section. 27.

A. In Genesis 9:4, God prohibited Noah and his sons from eating Blood.

B. This command continued to be observed by the Eastern Orthodox.

C. It is also found in the Bible that when the Angel of Death came around to the Hebrew house that the first-born Child would not die if the angel saw Lamb's Blood wiped across the doorway.

D. At the Council of Jerusalem, the apostles prohibited certain Christians from consuming Blood - this is documented in Acts 15:20 and 29.

E. This chapter specifies a reason - especially in verses 19-21: It was to avoid offending Jews who had become Christians, because the Mosaic Law Code prohibited the practice.

F. Christ's Blood is the means for the atonement of sins.

G. Also, the Blood of Jesus Christ Gods Son cleanseth us from all sin." - 1 John 1:7,… Unto God that loved us and washed us from our sins in his own Blood." - Revelation 1:5.

H. "And they overcame him (Satan) by the Blood of the Lamb - Jesus the Christ and by the word of their testimony - Revelation 12:11.

I. Some Christian churches, including Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy and the Assyrian Church of the East teach that, when consecrated, the Eucharistic wine actually becomes the Blood of Jesus for worshippers to drink.

J. Thus in the consecrated wine, Jesus becomes spiritually and physically present.

K. This teaching is rooted in the Last Supper, as written in the four gospels of the Bible, in which Jesus stated to his disciples - that the bread that they ate was his Body and the Wine was his Blood.

L."This cup is the new testament in my Blood, which is shed for you." Luke 22:20.

M. Most forms of Protestantism, especially those of a Wesleyan or Presbyterian lineage, teach that the wine is no more than a symbol of the Blood of Christ, who is spiritually but not physically present.

N. Lutheran theology teaches that the Body and Blood is present together, "in, with and under" the bread and wine of the Eucharistic feast.

O. Conclusion...

1. There are no considerations that should preclude any Human being from worshiping the God or religion of their choice.

2.  However. Is it possible as this section appears to demonstrate - even in Christianity; this was one of the earliest forms of Fear and was created in pursuit of Psychotic Control and nothing to do with any form of Church, Religion or God like belief.

3. Leaving today much in its wake - confusion, as to just who is right and who is wrong and Blood at the Heart of the control.

4. Demonstrated in no better way than in War - at the behest of some form of religious secret society that has long since lost its reason and way.  

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Judaism.

Section. 28.

A. In Judaism, Animal Blood may not be consumed even in the smallest quantity - Leviticus 3:17 and elsewhere; this is reflected in Jewish dietary laws - Kashrut.

B. Blood is purged from meat by rinsing and soaking in water - to loosen clots, salting and then rinsing with water again several times.

C. Eggs must also be checked and any Blood spots removed before consumption.

D. Although Blood from fish is Biblically kosher, it is Rabbinically forbidden to consume fish Blood to avoid the appearance of breaking the Biblical prohibition.

E. Another ritual involving Blood involves the covering of the Blood of fowl and game after slaughtering - Leviticus 17:13; the reason given by the Torah is: "Because the life of the animal - is in its blood;" ibid 17:14.

F. In relation to Human beings, Kabbalah expounds on this verse that the Animal soul of a Person is in the Blood and that physical desires stem from it.

G. Likewise, the mystical reason for salting temple sacrifices and slaughtered meat is to remove the Blood of animal-like passions from the Person.

H. By removing the Animal's Blood, the Animal energies and life-force contained in the Blood are removed, making the meat fit for Human consumption.

I. Conclusion...

1. Blood especially venous must surely be considered as toxic - for once it has been around the Body it has harvested much in the way of waste products from the very food we eat or the air we breath.

A. Thus the consideration is - all meat from animals for Human consumption must be contaminated.

2. Thereby confirming any human activities relating to Blood including within rituals is for Psychotic control of the masses and nothing to do with any form of religion.  

3. Are we really to still believe - draining the Blood from an Animal be that in a Humane or Barbaric manner, is sufficient to remove all traces of Blood from the Meat and is it within all sensible reasoning;  "physical desires stem from it," moreover satisfactorily answers the conundrum - or it this a way of hiding up early Childhood Emotional and or Physical-Sexual abuse and Parental expectancy via forced Childhood Marriage and Honour Killings and Genital Mutilation; etc. So often condoned by Religious sects.

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Islam.

Section. 29.

A. Consumption of food containing Blood is forbidden by Islamic dietary laws.

B. This is derived from the statement in the Qur'an, sura Al-Ma'ida (5:3): "Forbidden to you - for food are: dead meat, Blood, the flesh of swine and that on which has been invoked the name of other than Allah."

C. Blood is considered unclean, hence there are specific methods to obtain physical and ritual status of cleanliness once bleeding has occurred.

D. Specific rules and prohibitions apply to menstruation, postnatal bleeding and irregular vaginal bleeding.

E. When an animal has been slaughtered, the animal's neck is cut in a way to ensure that the spine is not severed, hence the Brain may send commands to the Heart to pump Blood to it for Oxygen.

F. In this way, Blood is removed from the Body and the Meat is generally now safe to cook and eat.

G. In modern times, Blood transfusions are generally not considered against the rules.

H. Conclusion...

I. There are Six points for consideration here.

1. Blood is the life force of Animal Life and that includes Human animals - how is it any God including Allah - can think this is forbidden. Especially when one takes into consideration the Meat is and always will be infused with Blood, no different to Humans.

2. How can any God or Allah think Blood is unclean other than as an Instrument of  Psychotic Control of People with less or no knowledge of Blood and the part it plays in the creation and sustainment of life.

3. I am unclear of the Specific rules that apply to the Female only symptoms of  "menstruation, postnatal bleeding and irregular vaginal bleeding."

A. However bearing in mind the physical and emotional damage Male Circumcision and Female Genital Mutilation has - that no one within the religious circles desires to acknowledge; this activity without Anaesthetic has to be Barbaric at the very least.

B. Furthermore I am able to consider Female only illness like symptoms relating to menstruation and birth are not under any circumstances to be considered Natural - thus are like God/Allah/Mohammad  - in reality created by Mankind alone.

C. Is the perhaps a clue in the name Mohammad - Moham - was - Mad!

4. How can one profess to be God like or highly religious not to recognise. "When an animal has been slaughtered, the animal's neck is cut in a way to ensure that the spine is not severed," Is anything other than a Barbaric form of Torture and quite unnecessary when there are more Humane ways of bring an Animal to the Table as a food for mankind.

5. Surely in defence of draining the Meat of Blood - one has to accept in the absence of modern science truly understanding Blood and its full chemical make up; this may well be in the preceding generations considered reasonable or the only way to minimize any contamination of the meat by pooled Blood.

6.  Surely misguided in the Year 2016.

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Jehovah's Witnesses.

Section. 30.

A. Jehovah's Witnesses and Blood Based on their interpretation of scriptures such as Acts 15:28, 29 - "Keep abstaining... from Blood."

B. Jehovah's Witnesses neither consume Blood nor accept transfusions of whole Blood or its major components: Red Blood cells, White Blood Cells, platelets - thrombocytes and plasma.

C. Members may personally decide whether they will accept medical procedures that involve their own Blood or substances that are further fractionated from the four major components.

D.  Conclusion...

1. Surely in the absence many years ago of Medical Science this may well have been acceptable. "Jehovah's Witnesses and Blood Based on their interpretation of scriptures."

2. However as it appears no God has ever been conclusively to have been proven to exist the Scriptures have to be considered as a Man made Creation in order to exert control over those with a desire to follow - rather than have the ability to lead or exert self direction/control.

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East Asian culture.

Section. 31.

A. In south East Asian popular culture, it is often said that if a Man's nose produces a small flow of Blood, he is experiencing sexual desire.

B. This often appears in Chinese-language and Hong Kong films as well as in Japanese and Korean culture parodied in anime, manga and drama.

C. Characters, mostly Males, will often be shown with a nosebleed if they have just seen someone nude or in little clothing, or if they have had an erotic thought or fantasy; this is based on the idea that a Male's Blood pressure will spike dramatically when aroused.

D. Conclusion...

1. If we are to accept Male's Blood pressure will spike dramatically when aroused - should we not accept the same for Females.

2. Following such acceptance as being in a sort of way - Positive, should we not look at the Negative reaction a Person will make to a situation that is frightening and Painful - and is it this process that created the Nose Bleed in the beginning causing the small amount of Blood from the Nose.

3. In addition - if there were a modicum of truth in this ancient proclamation - would it not as a Natural Phenomena, be the same the world over.

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Vampire legends.

Section. 32.

A. Vampires are mythical creatures that drink Blood directly for sustenance, usually with a preference for Human Blood.

B. Cultures all over the world have myths of this kind; for example the 'Nosferatu' legend, a Human who achieves damnation and immortality by drinking the Blood of others, originates from Eastern European folklore.

C. Ticks, leeches, female mosquitoes, vampire bats and an assortment of other natural creatures do consume the Blood of other animals, but only bats are associated with vampires.

D. This has no relation to vampire bats, which are new world creatures discovered well after the origins of the European myths.

E. Blood is one of the Body fluids that has been used in art.

F. In particular, the performances of Viennese Actionist Hermann Nitsch, Istvan Kantor, Franko B, Lennie Lee, Ron Athey, Yang Zhichao, Lucas Abela and Kira O' Reilly, along with the photography of Andres Serrano, have incorporated Blood as a prominent visual element.

G. Marc Quinn has made sculptures using frozen Blood, including a cast of his own head made using his own Blood.

H. Conclusion...

1. I cannot help in replying to this information - insert into my thinking, with Mythical creatures and Cultures all over the world that have myths of this kind; and appear to originate from Eastern European folklore.

2. Vampires and Mythical creatures are no more than the tools of the trade of Psychotic Control freaks in order to relieve an Anxiety they cannot relieve in any other manner by controlling others with Fear of the unknown.

3. Is this not what the producers of Horror Films do - it is not what ones sees that is frightening; it is what one Imagines or does not see; that does the job.

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Blood In Genealogy Family History and Crime.

Section. 33.

A. The term Blood is used in genealogical circles to refer to one's ancestry, origins and ethnic background as in the word Bloodline.

B. Other terms where Blood is used in a family history sense are Blue-Blood, Royal Blood, Mixed-Blood and Blood relative.

C. Blood residue analysis is also a technique used in archaeology.

D. Auto transfusion, Blood as food, Blood donation, Blood pressure, Blood substitutes - "artificial blood," Blood test Homophobia.

E. Applications In the applied sciences Blood residue can help forensic investigators identify weapons, reconstruct a criminal action and link suspects to the crime.

F. Through Bloodstain pattern analysis, forensic information can also be gained from the splatter distribution of Bloodstains.

G. List of Human Blood components Luminol, a visual test for Blood left at Crime Scenes.

H. Conclusion...

1. One cannot argue Bloodline via related Persons.

2. I would however desire to challenge Blue Blood-Royal Blood as a control creation passed down through the years - or was there something wrong for the Blood to appear Blue to do with Shared Family Parentage or simply lacking in Oxygen - but why.

3. Is it possible late in the year 2016 - the only real advances in the understanding of Blood; is in Family History and Crime Detection.

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Challenging Medical Science.

Section. 34.

A. Based on this information (below) alone - it is clear and this must not be challenged...

B. ...The Medical Professionals as well as the Religious Person's are in a most serious and dedicated manner doing the very best they are able to relieve Personal misdirection and the feeling of being lost and in Pain in its many forms, yet with so much Self-Management; of illness - surely it can be seen within both areas of understanding, something is seriously wrong.

C. Is it not the correct and most professional thing to do - as we are only interested in Human illness, to look back along any and all Patients timeline and see from the very first presentation of a symptom of Dis-ease or Pain...

D. ...The only real and tangible change was - the Medical professionals having done their very best, have not only kept the Person on many mediations and in many cases made the Person have even more symptoms, than at the very first presentation of Pain/illness; moreover, they have very Scientifically Excused themselves - from their failure to manage the Pain/illness at all and educated the Person to look after themselves and Manage their own Pain.

E. If we are to suggest this - should we not have the courage to ask. "What if any part with our Mind - do we play in creating and sustaining illness."

F. Thereby demonstrating near 2017 - nothing in real-terms has changed since the heady days when Anaesthesiologist first found out they could Anaesthetize Pain away, if only for the short time the effects of the Anaesthetic lasted.

G. Medical Science is in such a serious state of disarray  - having never once created a cure for any illness, they now are desperate for survival and will do and say anything for Kudos and a Profit.

H. Demonstrated with; Long has Medical Science had a process it refers to as...

Case Control Study.

I. Which is a type of Scientific Study designed to determine which risk factors exist between People that have a disease and those who do not.

J. Perhaps it is able to start using this process with the very latest revelation it has made...

1. "...From frozen ovaries - to lab grown Babies."

K. Thus when it comes back and says with the Case Control study as it appears to be doing in the year 2016. "Nothing Medical Science has ever created has a long-term efficacy."

L. This Novel but as yet scientifically unproven hypotheses surely has and must join the long-list of Medical revelations that are widely being reported - were it appears is for Kudos and Profit only and nothing to do with improving People's Health.

M. Now I hear a cry. "What about the brilliance of Operations," to which I would have no compunction but to reply. "Yes the operations are brilliant."

N. However - should we not Case Study the requirement of operations in the first instance and then follow the Patient for at least the rest of their life - if not the first five years, which is so often referred to as a cure, yet is in reality, no more than the duration of so called Medical Science Cure - short lived.

O. And what about Blood transfusions I also hear - accident victims and People with other life threatening illnesses who would surely die without this.

P. And of course I would not care to argue the essence of the process - there are many other implications as yet not studied with this process to concern ourselves about: As discussed earlier.

Q. Surely Blood - as we have discussed is the Life Force, should we not understand this first.

R. This past Thirty Four years having created and worked within the remit of our Body Chemistry - is the biological cause of all illness; working on instructions from the Mind.

S. Thus it can safely be stated - No Man will within his Body have the necessary components to produce a Child no more than a test tube Baby.

T. Yes; Medical Science under these circumstances may well be able to create Life - however without the nurturing a Mother would give in the Womb; the Child would surely be no more than an Automaton or one of them Walking Dead or Zombies we often read about in Comics or see in films.

U.  Or worse a Human adaptation of Dolly the Sheep...

V. Thus any proponent or activist of the Medical Profession is saying to any that offer a challenge...

1. "...We - the Medical Profession are right and you whoever you are and whatever you say are by default...

2. ...Wrong - Just because we the Medical Profession say so."

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Understanding Blood.

Section. 35.

Question. 1. May we challenge this now with an understanding of Blood from Talking Cures viewpoint.

A. First we must accept there is no value in understanding Blood in a Person that has no illness symptoms and comparing it to a Person with illness symptoms.

B. All it will give - is information from a Person that is not ill.

C. Second we must accept there are Seven Billion People in the world and the Blood of every one of them is different - unique as DNA has been Scientifically Proven and demonstrated, yet with similar properties.

D. Moreover. Body Chemistry is constantly in an ever changing flux second by second - based on the information entering the holes we call Eyes and Ears. These on instructions from the Mind - Reactive not Proactive.

E. Meaning - this information enters these holes and in an instant the Mind based on our collective history of thoughts good bad or indifferent - not only hears and or see's by focusing on the information; but permanently alters the entire Body Chemistry in keeping with the perceptive understanding the information deserves and the Mind desires.

F. Finely for this section - in the United Kingdom it is not permitted, unless suitably qualified to pierce the skin and one has a license - thus it may be concluded I have never in this manner drawn Blood from another Human and more importantly even if I had; I would not have the necessary skills or equipment to know what to do with it.

G. Moreover would seek to ask this simple question. "If medical science does not know the true cause of any illness - is there a value in the Methodism that most benefits Science and Medicine and within all fields of academic enquiry involved, in evaluating biological substances like Blood and not including the Mind and its long-term negative and ever positive or indifferent thought processes."

H. In order to understand a Person's Blood when they approach Talking Cures for treatment there is a recognition - only one Person in the world is able to truly understand this Person and in so doing make alterations to the entire Blood and Chemical supply and that is the Person themselves.

I. As all the information as to the cause of the multiple symptoms they are going to present to Talking Cures is vested securely within the Mind - as is the ability to utilise their own Body chemistry, immune systems and Body replication processes to resolve the symptoms.

J. The colour of Blood - although almost exclusively I am not privy to this is extremely important, Especially Blood of Menstruation (Feminine concern are Talking Cures number one specialty) as described by the Person, tells a story that will lead to resolution of many Menstruation and other biological and Mind related concerns.

K. As an exercise may we consider. Working on the assertion a Person attending Talking Cures for treatment - presents just Thirty individual symptoms and let us accept they have presented; just five of them to various Medical teams and been prescribed, perhaps over a long-period of time, yet starting from one symptom; a mediation they are still taking. Now with so many symptoms seek to have them resolved.

L. From these; Thirty Symptoms there is for Talking Cures a recognition their Body Chemistry is Both Toxic and Caustic - whether is this true from a medical point of view is of no consequence; surely if a medical opinion was of real value the Person would not be seeking treatment from Talking Cures or any other therapy. They would have LONG been cured.

M. The understanding for this is simple to comprehend - Symptoms are no more than a memory of a perception, something was not as it should be; creating a chemical reaction in order to balance the Body back to pre information status.

N. Of which it cannot do as the new information has sown a seed - that unless the information is resolved; will continue to grow for the rest of a Person's life and on route create symptoms known as ill health.

O. The Mind under these circumstances will seek to keep many symptoms dormant until it is time for them to be presented - always created by attempts to interfere with these symptoms with chemicals and not understanding the cause, thus will only produce new symptoms, as every symptom a Human will ever present - is stored at time of Trauma.

P. From this we can conclude - the Blood is at all times on instructions from the Mind, perfectly balanced and chemically correct, no matter how ill or close to death a Person may be.

Q. One should not take this as an instruction to do nothing - as there will always be the possibility a Person with symptoms or a Blood disorder will receive the Understanding required and thus will self-heal the symptoms, by re balancing the entire Body Chemistry.

R. In the absence of the above where a Person following encouragement to achieve the desired outcome themselves - to require further assistance based on their inability to make the necessary alterations alone; must be seen as education never instructions.

S. Thus Talking Cures position is to with unbending desire and ability, place the Person into the same position of the original traumas, where this time the Mind as it cannot cope with unanswered questions will make sense of the incidents by answering the questions and in so doing - by restoring or updating the emotive response to Trauma.

1. Thus for the first time making sense of the negative information; and irrevocably altering the entire Body Chemistry and in so doing - self-repair the symptoms.

T. Whilst Talking Cures does not directly treat symptoms - they are however used in a manner the Person will not and must not be directly aware of, as a means to enter into the areas of the Mind where the information that caused the symptoms is stored.

U. Continue this Process with time permitting and the will of the subconscious Mind and Person - all symptoms including emotional will be resolved and the Blood Body Chemistry either created or re-tuned to a natural balance - perhaps for the very first time in a Person's life as a Fundamental Right not a Gift for being a good Boy or Girl.

V. Conclusion...

1. Understanding of course as a result of internal pressure of the Blood - making drawing of Blood from the Artery source extremely dangerous. Thus requiring very highly skilled clinicians.

2. Does that should that deny us the right to look at the study of Venous Blood by comparison to Arterial Blood and in so doing see - Venous Blood is full of the waste of metabolism and may well give provide a false positive in the understanding which historic Blood Tests have given. 

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Deeper understanding of Blood.

Section. 36. 

Question 1. Do you feel you have explained Blood sufficiently?

Answer 1. From the Mind and its interaction with the Body one may wish to say Yes, although there is more within this that can be said but maybe not so necessary.

A. However the missing parts are from the initial negative or even positive thoughts through to Blood that is both Toxic and Caustic - known as endocrine disorders as well as many others. Let us explore this process.

B. May we first remind ourselves of information at the start of this page.

C. This Paper is as much of what is reasonable to consider - as it is a matter of fact...

D. It is also combined information from Wikipedia and a number of professional sources.

E. Everyone Person and symptom is Unique and has a distinct Expression of Body Chemistry.

F. For an individual; There is no universal starting point from where Blood becomes Toxic and Caustic.

G. It can be many generations prior to the conception of a Child to be.

H. The Patriarchal and Matriarchal line of any given family Line as far back as one would wish to go - there is no definitive answer to this.

I. Where singularly or collectively one Parent or Both would have set up a chain of command sent along the Family line via the Emotional Activity as well as the DNA Genetic message relating to Family Behaviours and or Traditions and the many forms of  Psychotic activity. 

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Section. 37.

A. Patriarchal...

1. Relating to a Patriarch or the Male members of a Family.

2. Relating to or denoting a system of society or government is controlled by Men.

B. Matriarch.

1. Is a social recognition where the Mother or oldest Female is the Head of the family.

2. Where descent and relationship are largely controlled through the Female line.

3. Or is a Government ruled by a Woman or Women.

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Family Behaviours.

Section. 38.

A. Family Behaviours and or traditions imposed on Children disallowed from having an input or not realising this instruction has a lifetime of destructive and self-destructive ability.

B. Forcing by Emotional and or Physical Trauma in a Parent to be (a Child)  - the creation of the very first Rule.

1. No one will "Ever" understand this. For such a damaged Person confirmed with. I will search and find someone to understand.

C. This is the very first situation created within a Parent to be - leading to  the lack of success of any treatment that does not address the issues vested in the Subconscious Mind.   

D. Children grow up with this information implanted in their Mind to such a degree - once born they have no knowledge of the input; as to them it feels natural.

E. It is not until such Children reach the age of Puberty. Plus or Minus; there is - if only a subconscious Knowing or Recognition; Something is not right.

F. Forcing them to unwittingly create an emotional rule of.  "When I grow up I will not get Married, if I do I will not have any Children. But if I do have Children - I will make sure they do not ever grow up to suffer these Family and traditional values. I had to endure.

G. Of course this is a Dream they could never possess - yet spend a lifetime seeking or pursuing - what is now an impossible dream. 

H. Moreover they have no idea just what they are chasing and more important - what to do with it, if they found it.

I. Thus when now grown. Children become potential Parents and preparing too or conceive a Child. It is the process Pre the Child's Conception we should be interested in - as they are now the recipient of the many generations of Family History. 

J. Thus - Leading up to and including the time of conception - both Parents would have a subconscious Mind perception - not in their full knowledge as described in Section 36. H and I.

K. This process would be expressed within their Blood-Body Chemistry at conception of a Child.

1. The Father - although now excused from this process; may or will have on the Mother a negative emotional impact, solely depending on his emotional behaviour.

L. The Child once conceived - is totally dependent on the Mothers Blood supply and thus entire Body Chemistry via the Umbilical Cord, including the Amniotic Fluid and the continuous yet natural pressure it imposes on the growing Child.  

M. Now the Child from conception is on the receiving end of the many generations of Tradition and Family Values - that in truth are of no value to anyone in the family or entire life of People in any Persons contact list.

N. Expressed in Mothers and then Child's own Body Chemistry - Blood, that reaches every single cell in the Body, no exceptions, including the Brain and returning back to the Mind for further instructions.

O. This happens - at sometime from either conception, during the gestation period or Traumas within the Womb and in most cases just prior to, or during the Birthing process.

P. The Child having been on duty or high alert the previous months and adapting to Mothers thoughts and Moods - whether she is aware of them of not; is placed in a position of continual evaluation of these processes, having somewhat perfected the use of the only Emotion we Humans have in the Womb...

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Perception.

Section. 39.

1. ...That of Perception. With this Emotion and in keeping with the Chemical Instructions received in the Sperm and Egg - the Child unwittingly sets a lifetime unbreakable Rule, expressed in another manner as Protection, or Do not hurt me again (no difference or a reaction to Emotional or Physical Hurt) I still hurt from the last time or trauma; Thereby running a life in perpetual Fear of - no one will EVER understand this WILL THEY.

2. Moreover - dare anyone; attempt, to take away the illness without truly demonstrating they do understand.

A. There will and indeed are many times - despite the very best efforts of the Patient and the Therapist where the Memory - or inability to recall and fully resolve the originating cause; the Protection will become so intense; all trust will be lost between the Patient and Clinician. 

3. Perchance this transpires and based on: A damaged by emotional or physical traumas a Human Mind is so clever. The more help it gets - the Harder it will seek to Distrust & Dismiss such Help.

A. In order to avoid or work with this; the Therapist will have already set up a protocol of Knowing they are not going to be made to feel silly;  thus everything is intended for the Person to feel comfortable in continuing treatment by returning and building a greater trust.

B. Leading to eventual success of treatment and resolution of symptoms. 

4. This Mind activity Will This challenge every - Change of Name for illness, every Medication and all other forms of therapy designed to manage the symptoms of illness and not resolve the cause. Even if the treatment offered is being extremely successful.  

5. Thus this becomes a belief system and the foundation ALL illness stands - on as well as the reasons; so few or no treatment - are ever long-term successful.

6.  This process for a Child in the Womb or now living is always on High Alert and constantly changing the entire Body Chemistry -  where every one of the Two to Four Thousand Body Chemicals are intrinsically involved in the Blood Supply delivered to every single cell in the Body Brain and Mind.

7. Where to talk of or attempt to interfere with say - the Body Hormones where one such favourite appears to be - Dopamine part of the Biochemistry; a compound present in the Body as a neurotransmitter and a precursor of other substances including Adrenalin; another much misunderstood Mind-Body Chemical.

8. Where these two chemicals have appeared to be demonstrated as imbalanced via a Blood test, it  is no more than a Psychological Brain Game in attempting to re-balance Neurotransmitters and Hormones via the Brain in order to or attempting to improve; the  happy balance.

9. In addition - Any attempt to improve the balance of neurotransmitters and hormones, thereby affecting Depression, will never produce the beneficial effect desired.

I0. Neurotransmitter related conditions can manifest due to an imbalance between the - Low epinephrine, norepinephrine; Which has been linked or suggested as the Causes of fatigue, demonstrated by -  no, "get up and go."

1. In real terms - although one may consider necessary, no more than wishful thinking; one is making a difference. 

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Chemicals a Numerical View.

Section. 40.

A.  If one would ask another. "If I offered you a Penny one day - then Doubled this every day for a Month. Or at day one offered you say - £$100,000 of your currency.

B.  Which one would you choose to be most beneficial financially.

C.  Of course this is somewhat of a trick question.

D.  However when applied to Blood and it Constituents - it works very well if one is able to calculate the total sum.

E.  The answer is the Penny a day will add up to much  more than the Money offered at day one.

F.  Now take Just one chemical say; Dopamine and add a chemical to adjust its behaviour within the Body and in a Heartbeat the Mind via the Brain and Body will adjust its Biological Chemical Analysis processes of the Two - Four Thousand Body Chemicals to a computation far beyond the reach of any modern day computer and my pay grade of not being a mathematical genius.

G.  Thus Blood - by trying to read Venus Blood is unreadable; as to what it really is doing post instructions from the Mind following Emotional and Physical Traumas - Pre Birth, Confinement, Post Birth and in Life.

H.  Only by its colour is there any value in Understanding Blood and then being able to satisfactorily alter its composition, is a demonstration of doing so.

I.  Demonstrated by the resolution of Mind Brain and Body Symptoms that defy the finest Academic Medical Science enquiry known to date. 

J.  Conclusion... 

1.  We started on the quest to explain the activity of the Mind and its thought processes - be they good bad or indifferent on the production of Blood and its Biological Activity within the Body expressed as illness.

2.  Where from the initial Negative, Positive or even indifferent thoughts - caused the  Blood to become from Natural thus no illness , through to both Toxic and Caustic.

3.  Known as Endocrine Disorders as well as many others.

4.  May we first remind ourselves of information at the start of this page...

5. ...This Paper is as much of what is reasonable to consider - as it is a matter of fact... 

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Blood - catch up.

Section. 41.

A.  There is no universal starting point to cover every Person - from the point or time where Blood becomes Toxic and Caustic.

1. There is a simplified reason for this - illness is no more than in reaction to an earlier Perceived or Actual event thus a Memory one is unable to recall thus makes sense of. 

B.  As we have discussed. if we only consider a Child from: pre conception, Pre birth and Birth, will have received instructions that following any Perceived or actual Traumatic event Pre or Post Birth - will self-create a Body Chemistry both Toxic and Caustic that is irreversible through any Mechanical means.

C.  Whereby resolving of such Toxicity can only be achieved through the Mind as the keeper of all life instructions; which are updated from Birth - on a second by second bases; with a corresponding Body Chemistry adjustment.

D.  Where every single cell in the entire Body will be affected - Causing all illness or Body destruction, of which in real-terms very little is observable via imaging devices, until this process has near destroyed the organ concerned.

E.  Arthritis in its many forms is a perfect example of such Toxic and Caustic chemical activity. 

F.  This paper may be considered very similar to others I have written; but contains subtle differences - the reason for this is instead of copying everything; I write/edit - using some amount of template; each response uniquely and in keeping with the page title.

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 Blood Glucose.

Section. 42.

Question 1. In order for me to accept you truly understand Blood; may I ask a final question? "What or how many factors affect Blood Glucose?

Answer 1. Technically speaking we have either covered this, or in reality it does not have to be covered in this Paper.

A. Although a Blood Technician may well wish to argue this - my response would be. "Because Blood Glucose is not directly a constituent of Blood."

Question 2. That; at the moment does not make sense - as I have read the internet diatribe information that suggests; there are at least Twenty Two? Please make sense of this for me?

Answer 2. Yes of course and well done for including this question.

A.  Blood Glucose is just another mystery as yet not answered by Scientific Inquiry.

1.  The reason it does not exactly fit in this paper is. Blood Glucose is a symptom not an intrinsic part of Blood - although there will no doubt be what one may consider; a natural amount in Blood. There will not or should not be enough to be recognised via a Blood test.

2.  Thus if this is included it will only be another example of back to front Scientific Medical thinking.

Question 3. I am able to see the logic in your explanation - but have you answered the question; "What or how many factors affect Blood Glucose?"

Answer 4. For medical science with very little in the way of truly satisfactory answers relating to illness surely this would improve if there was a pandemic recognition of.  There is only one factor able to affect the Blood Glucose making it a bothersome symptom and recognisable with a Blood Test...

A.  ...The Mind - our Master keeper of all Blood values and Body requirements; working on a reaction to trauma, issues instructions to the Body to retain or increase Blood Glucose.

B.  As it no more no less than a Fuel. 

Question 5. So it appears unless further challenged you have successfully explained your understanding of Blood as you appear to be saying. "If the Mind memories are not resolved - no amount of Medical Intervention will affect the Blood."

Answer 5. That is exactly what I am saying.

A.  Explained by; As Patients, we appear to be educated to self-blame for out of range Blood Sugars - after all the equation to “good diabetes management,” is supposed to be simple - eating, exercise and medication.

B.  Sadly despite all of this - having done everything right - still the Blood Glucose level is often too high or too low? by the arrival of more and more symptoms with no known cause and no known cure.

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Section. 43.   Blood - The ten precious pints that keep us alive - Losing Heart will kill us.

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Is Blood is thicker than Water.

Section. 44.

Question 1. May we explore what may be considered a definitive Medical Sciences point of view that a professor of medicine may well describe in 2016?

Answer. 1. Of course it must be fair to suggest this would be a nice conclusion to this part of our discussion.

A. This professor may well start with the disclosure Blood in still more mysterious than any other and permeates culture as surely as it does our Bodies.

Confirming Blood is thicker than Water.

Conclusion. Let us start by exploring Seven Questions about the history and what do we know about this sticky substance yet mysterious - red, life giving force.

Question. 1. In centuries past Blood was said to have the promise of prolonging youth and assisting in cheating death  by recovering youth?

A. Can Medical Science really tap into the true potential of Blood?

Answer. 1. This surely was a Dream no one could ever possess for which there are many answers. Yet the possibility exists these three are the most important.

1. Compatibility - of which modern knowledge of course would clearly demonstrate.

2. Surely even if there were no compatibility issues - the Body Chemistry would soon disarm the Blood and incorporate it into its own or if within a Diet; simply as a food source of a Persons, liking or not would convert into energy or make the Person vomit. 

3. This being still outside of Medical thinking would be far beyond their reach of Medical Science -  For a Person to even think consuming Blood as, say a Dietary aid in any manner would have to include the Mind and its store of memories giving rise in simple terms to Psychotic or even Satanic style activities.   

Question. 2. Thereby with the wonders of Modern knowledge and technology are we any further advanced today?

Answer. 2. Sadly the answer to this is, "no," with the hope the rest of the discussion will alleviate this notion.  

Question. 3. With the wonders of MRI type scans Medical Science is able to construct a three dimensional image of the entire Blood circulation system?

A. What if anything will this provide as answers?

Answer. 3. If we may accept - when a Body is imaged and say a blockage observed - it is a remarkable feat of Medical achievement to enter the Body and make plumbing repairs to alleviate the blockage. 

A. Unless one is able to alter the Body Chemistry from within - sadly in the long-term, very little. 

Question 4.

A. Has science really found a way to tap the true potential of Blood?

B. Does the study of the Blood of a healthy human tell us anything useful? 

C. Does eating black sausage made from ones own Blood tell us anything useful?

Answer. 4.  

A. Sadly the evidence appears to confirm No. Surely being able to Cure or even manage well the symptoms called - Sepsis and Endocrine disorders; would be a clear demonstration.

B. No not under any circumstances. All it would demonstrate is the Person is healthy and had a different Blood composition to a Person with a Unique Blood illness demonstrating expression.

C.  Yes - it would tell us whether we liked it or not, other than this; of Novel but no scientific value.

Question. 5. Can meddling with Blood in a healthy Person make them fitter younger and healthier?

Answer. 5. Athletes may well appear to be a clear demonstration this is possible - however I feel sure this will be explored further - as we progress. 

Question. 6. The wonderful world of Blood - what it can do?

Answer. 6. Interesting question - without Blood being properly balanced - life cannot exist for very long and without the instructions from the Mind it will only keep us alive or healthy for perhaps a couple of weeks. 

Question. 7. Does or can understanding how Blood has been used as a substance with magical qualities - show us how to understand Blood today?

Answer. 7.  No - quite the reverse it only adds to the lack of real knowledge.

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Oxygen.

Section. 45.

Question. 1. Does or can cycling around a Busy city on route to work or play - actually improve ones health and fitness?

Answer. 1. The essence is on the word Busy and just how Busy.

A. Sadly therefore no - as the negative effects, if only of Carbon Monoxide inhalation are considered - if continued over a long-time will far outweigh the positive.

Question. 2. Does increasing a Human workload by peddling harder increase or improve the Oxygen creation or deliver when the leg muscles start to ache?

Answer. 2.   No it cannot - yes we can of course increase or fitness level by regular exercise, however when the leg muscles start to ache - if continued will have the complete opposite effect.

A. Demonstrated when the exercise stops - then the Body will in time revert back to pre increased fitness levels.

B. In addition will be prone to injury - that does not as it should in a fit healthy Body; so easily self-repair.   

Question 3. Are there answers hidden deep with the Blood; and is there a more simple answer?

Answer. 3. Yes there are answers - but as to simple one first has to understand the principle of Blood over and above the eloquence of Medical Science views.

A. First we once again have to consider if not accept there are known some 2000 to 4000 chemicals in the Blood that are changing one might be minded to suggest, faster than the speed of light or certainly as quickly as a Heart beat. 

B. We spoke of Simple thus we can consider if the professor we created to start this discussion did not understand or include Lactic Acid then surely after that nothing of value is known.

C. Of course in exercise there is more than just one chemical at work to cause the muscle ache.  

Question. 4. Does bubbling Oxygen through Blood tells us anything when the Blood in the Body makes some 17 million red Blood cells every second?

Answer. 4. Surely the only thing that this can tell is what the Scientists were looking for or expecting - the Blood to separate or at least do something, as we always see it coagulate when we are cut.

A. Bubbling Oxygen through Blood will make it turn lighter and brighter in colour of Arterial Blood.

Question. 5. Can the amount of Oxygen in the Blood be improved or increased?

Answer. 5.  There are two questions within this:

A. There is a set amount of Oxygen in the atmosphere we breath and generally speaking; A value of 98 to 100% in the Blood of a Healthy Body  - this cannot be increased or the quality improved.

1. For to do so would put unnecessary strain on the Heart and Lungs as well as all of the Body and its organs. 

B.  In any ill health on instructions from the intangible Mind - no matter what an Oxygen monitor suggests; the quality of the Blood chemistry and Oxygen is always compromised and unless the Mind further instructs; cannot be permanently mechanically changed. 

C. Once the red blood cells are full - they cannot take any more Oxygen than the 20 trillion in the Body and even though the Body makes 17 trillion every second, are able too. 

D. This limits what the Human Body is through fitness capable of.

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 Sports Exercise and Health and the Maximum rate of Oxygen passing into the system.

Section. 46.

Question 1. Does measuring the amount of Blood known as the VO2 max really tells us anything when the lungs and muscles are burning?

Answer. 1. In order to answer this we must first understand VO2 MAX.

A. VO2 max - also maximum oxygen consumption, maximum oxygen uptake, peak oxygen uptake or maximum aerobic capacity is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption measured during exercise, most typically on a motorized treadmill when Oxygen consumption remains at a steady state - despite an increase in workload.

B. While measuring: Ventilation and Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide concentration of the inhaled and exhaled air.

C. VO2 max generally does not vary with Body mass, either among individuals within a species or among species, so comparisons of the performance capacities of individuals or species that differ in Body size must be done with appropriate statistical procedures.

D. It can be Cleary seen in Answers A. B and C.  No attempt is made at understanding why the Lungs and Muscles are burning and the implications of such activity. Hopefully this will be addressed as we progress.

E.  The simple answer is Yes it tells us the Lungs and Muscles are burning. Not why.

F. If the medical profession could answer this - then many, if not all of the secrets of illness would be revealed.

G. Of course we have to recognise even in an un traumatised Person the Oxygen intake and conversion to Blood Oxygen will have it limits. 

H. Sadly there are few that meet this requirement and Any One ill will never in exceeding the limits set by the Mind will only ever bring forward such effects in reaction to the Entire Body Chemistry complying with the Minds instructions and the Physical demands.

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 Heart rate increases - breathing increases.

Section. 47.

Question. 1. Is it possible a One minute test stress test can really tell us about Blood and its many activities, especially within the realms of Physical Fitness?

Answer. 1. Sadly all it will tell us is the Emotional Phenotype of the Person being tested, who may proclaim;  "Pain was all in my thighs and legs and not in my lungs at all."

2. Only to be told, "failure of Oxygen in muscles that interferes with the ability to perform longer in a stress test rather than running out of Oxygen - is because no matter how much we breath in and how much Oxygen one is able to pump around the system - The Heart and Lungs are no longer able to satisfy demand."

Question. 2.  Is it really that simple the Pain is because we run out of Oxygen?

Answer. 2.  Sadly and perchance to dream - this is only so if one already knows the questions but does not want to know the answers. 

Question. 3. That appears to be a bit harsh - How can or this be explained or demonstrated?

Answer. 3. There are many chemicals in the Body all reliant on the correct amount of Oxygen - and quicker than the speed of light, the Mind when Oxygen is being consumed at a pace greater than that which the: Atmosphere, Heart and Lungs are able to deliver, will instigate a chemical response to correct the now imbalance.

1. And IF we only implicate just two of these chemicals - both will cause pain and or discomfort; Lactic Acid and Histamine . Neither of which will Medical Science - ever be able to satisfactorily; mechanically alter.

Question. 4.  Does the results of such a test demonstrate anything of value?

Answer. 4. It will of course demonstrate a level of fitness which is a fundamental right to achieve and maintain - not a gift.

1. However - One has to consider the use of words by the scientists or physical fitness expert; "To Expect Vo2 max to decrease around the age of forty as one gets older." Is a very limiting instruction and not of value in improving ones life.

2. Thus for the Science or therapist only and never for the Patient or Person.

Question. 5. Does then - the strength and size of the Heart and Lungs limit a fitness level and make a difference in how hard we can work at a physical demand?

Answer. 5. Surely there can be no template for this as each Person is unique in every aspect of life and if one does not include the Mind and its store of information and how it instructs the Body - is there a real value in knowing the outcome of such scientific tests.  

Question. 6. Does understanding our Red cells in our capillaries matter?

A. And Is there really a value when using a special camera - video microscope, in looking at capillaries under the tongue which are reputed to be the smallest Blood vessels in the Body?

B. With this camera different size capillaries and the smaller Red Blood cells travelling through our circulation can be seen?

C. Does it really matter what the tiny Blood vessels are doing?

Answer. 6. Individual red Blood cells and their slow going is at the forefront of Oxygen and the underlying factor of Oxygen delivery.

A. Thus seeing them is only of value if one is able too do something really useful with the information.

B. It may also be but only fascinating to watch when these tiny Blood cells deliver their cargo of Oxygen - is it really satisfactory to suggest - it does not matter what the Heart and Lungs Blood Pressure are doing - all that matters is the underlying factor of Oxygen delivery...   

C. There are different sizes and the speed the Blood cells pass through system delivering Oxygen irrespective of what the Cardiac output Heart rate and Lungs are doing - all that matters is the final step and adequate off loading factor and Oxygen uptake. 

Question. 7. Is there a way to increase Red Blood cell count?

Answer. 7. There is a Red Blood Cell limit only taking illegal drugs will improve? This is very dangerous.

Question. 8. Surely in the field of Medical Sports Science there are other ways? 

Answer. 8. There are two known and studied ways:

A. Is to increase is training done at very high altitude.

B. Being in an oxygen pressure chamber with say 12% Oxygen.

Question. 9. Does time high up on - say Mount Everest prove anything?

Answer. 9.  In order for this to start to have effect one is required to live and train for at least one month - to start with in order to keep the Red Cell count up.

A. At this height there is a lot less Oxygen around - so in order to compensate the Body makes more Blood Cells. 

Question. 10. So if an athlete lives and  trains at this height for a month or more - does this mean the Red Blood cell count, once elevated, will remain so?

Answer. 10.  Whilst it is possible our make believe professor of Medicine would not seek to answer this interesting question - on the grounds it would be above their study pay grade.

A. From my point of view - understanding the Mind and its interaction via the entire Body Chemistry with the Brain and Body; there is no question, given time, perhaps a matter for conjecture as to how long, the Body Red Cell count would without doubt - return to near or normal.

Question. 11. Have you missed something? The answer to question 8. B?

Answer. 11.    As there were two distinct questions - is it not the correct way to separate them in order for clarity.

A. A cheaper option to achieve the same result appears to be to spend time in a pressurised Altitude chamber.

Question. 12. What will that or is intended to achieve?

Answer. 12. Four hours in such a chamber is equivalent to being at a height of some 4500 meters, will cause the Body to suffer tiredness as it detects some 20% fall in Oxygen levels  - in response it will secrete a hormone EPO.

A. Although naturally within the Body, as a result elevated by some 40% some four hours later. 

B. In response the Body will create new Red Blood cells.  

C. Note the reference but unrecognised link between low Oxygen and Fatigue - referred to as tiredness.

D. Also at the same four-hour duration - the Body will start to multiply Red Blood cells - which is a Drug free way of increasing the Red Blood Cells.

1. However; one would have to stay in the chamber for upwards of one month for the cells count to remain. 

E.  It is for this outcome many athletes train in such chambers and at altitude.

F. What may one suggest - would happen to the Mind and then the entire Body Chemistry when isolated in an Oxygen Chamber and alone for a month.

G. Meanwhile us mere mortals have to contend with and make do with the 20 trillion Red Cells in our Body of which some 17 trillion die and are replaced every second of our day -  to power our Body.

H. Oxygen is just the beginning of the story - since ancient times where they had rather peculiar ideas about what was being transported - as Blood had been recognised as a transport system.

I. The Romans  - for instance, believed Blood was produced in the liver and spread throughout the Body, carried with it ones vital spirit and expressed character.

J. This still continues through our language where People are recognised as being impetuous and thus Hot Blooded and Emotionless as Cold Blooded.

K. Apart from Oxygen - the Blood does carry other things - perhaps not vital spirits but vital none the less.

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Mast cells.

Section. 48. 

Question. 1.  Interesting subject are there deeper areas we can probe in to or perhaps the very latest medical findings?

Answer 1. Whilst we have in part covered this big subject, perhaps it is best we explore it in its own right as it is intrinsic in the understanding of Blood...

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Mast Cells.

Section. 49.

A. Mast Cells are also known as a mastocyte or a labrocyte - is a type of white Blood cell.

B. Specifically, it is a type of granulocyte derived from the myeloid stem cell that is a part of the immune and neuroimmune systems and contains many granules rich in histamine and heparin.

C. Although best known for their role in allergy and anaphylaxis...

1. ...Mast cells play an important protective role as well, being intimately involved in wound healing, angiogenesis, immune tolerance, defence against pathogens and the Brains Blood-Brain barrier function.

D. The mast cell is very similar in both appearance and function to the basophil, another type of white Blood cell.

E. Although mast cells were once thought to be tissue resident basophils, it has been shown that the two cells develop from different hematopoietic lineages and thus cannot be the same cells.

F. When one considers item C. does this not hold most serious clues as to the failure of modern medicine to comprehend the enormity of understanding BLOOD.

1. Or is it me missing the connection they already know between allergy and anaphylaxis... and Histamine and Heparin as constituents of Blood.

G.  First we look at Histamine - a Body Chemical able to create as part of the healing process - Inflammation.

H. Heparin is more interesting - listed as part of the Immune and neuroimmune systems.

1. Heparin is also used as a prescribed medication as an anticoagulant.

2. This medicine is sometimes called a Blood thinner, although it does not actually thin the Blood.

3. It is used to decrease the clotting ability of the Blood and help prevent harmful clots from forming in Blood vessels. 

4. Heparin will not dissolve Blood clots that have already formed, but it may prevent the clots from becoming larger and causing more serious problems.

5. Heparin is used to prevent or treat certain Blood vessel, Heart and Lung conditions.

6. Heparin is also used to prevent Blood clotting during open-heart surgery, bypass surgery, kidney dialysis and Blood transfusions.

7. It is used in low doses to prevent the formation of Blood clots in certain Patients, especially those who must have certain types of surgery or who must remain in bed for a long time.

8. Heparin may also be used to diagnose and treat a serious Blood condition called disseminated intravascular coagulation.

A. Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), also known as disseminated intravascular coagulopathy or less commonly as consumptive coagulopathy, is a pathological process characterized by the widespread activation of the clotting cascade that results in the formation of Blood clots in the small Blood vessels throughout the Body.

B. This leads to compromise of tissue Blood flow and can ultimately lead to multiple organ damage.

C. In addition, as the coagulation process consumes clotting factors and platelets, normal clotting is disrupted and severe bleeding can occur from various sites.

D. DIC does not occur by itself but only as a complicating factor from another underlying condition, usually in those with a critical illness.

E. The combination of widespread loss of tissue Blood flow and simultaneous bleeding leads to an increased risk of death in addition to that posed by the underlying disease.

F. DIC can be overt and severe in some cases, but milder and insidious in others.

G. The diagnosis of DIC depends on the findings of characteristic laboratory tests and clinical background.

H. Treatment is mainly geared towards the underlying condition.

Question. 1. What is an Underlying Condition or is it a Misdiagnosis

Answer. 1. According to scientific data...

A. ...An underlying condition is a second condition that a Person may have in addition to the first diagnosed condition and this underlying condition is believed to cause the first condition.

B. In this case, the underlying condition is the true primary condition, since it occurred first, and the originally diagnosed condition is actually called the "secondary" condition.

C. Example: Hemochromatosis underlying diabetes: For example, most People diagnosed with diabetes have only that disease, but in a small percentage the diabetes is actually caused by a second underlying condition called hemochromatosis.

D. The hemochromatosis is called the underlying condition and the diabetes is actually called secondary diabetes, because the real primary condition is hemochromatosis and the diabetes is a secondary complication of the primary disease.

E. Surely from the explanation A.B.C and D affords - we must accept this is just scientific nonsense, in order to hide the fact; "The Medical Profession have no knowledge of the real cause and not the courage to say so and then explain; "the data we have to work from is so confusing even we do not understand what it is saying anymore." 

Conclusion... Again one must until really secure knowledge comes along that explains the true cause of all illness - as a medical requirement we must support the use of such medications and techniques.

A. However is so doing does that not allow us to question. "Why have the medical profession been able to get away all these years by saying Heparin is a Blood thinner."

B.   In consideration to item 8. D. It leaves one to ponder - is DIC caused by the lack of understanding of Blood, the secretion of Histamine and subsequent inflammation and natural Heparin being excited to over produced by the medications for the pre-existing conditions... or is it the underlying cause.

C. Causing - as item 8. E  demonstrates with, "simultaneous bleeding and an increased risk of death"

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Origin and classification.

Mast cells.

Section. 50.

A. Mast cells were first described by Paul Ehrlich in his 1878 doctoral thesis on the basis of their unique staining characteristics and large granules.

B. These granules also led him to the incorrect belief that they existed to nourish the surrounding tissue, so he named them Mastzellen - from German Mast, meaning "fattening," as of animals.

C. They are now considered to be part of the immune system.

D. Mast cells are very similar to basophil granulocytes - a class of white blood cells in Blood.

E. Both are granulated cells that contain histamine and heparin, an anticoagulant.

F. Both cells also release histamine upon binding to immunoglobulin E.

G. These similarities have led many to speculate that mast cells are basophils that have "homed in" on tissues.

H. Furthermore, they share a common precursor in bone marrow expressing the CD34 molecule.

I.  Basophils leave the bone marrow already mature, whereas the mast cell circulates in an immature form, only maturing once in a tissue site.

J. The site an immature mast cell settles in - probably determines its precise characteristics.

K. The first in vitro differentiation and growth of a pure population of mouse mast cells has been carried out using conditioned medium derived from concanavalin A-stimulated splenocytes.

L. Later, it was discovered that T cell-derived interleukin 3 was the component present in the conditioned media that was required for mast cell differentiation and growth.

M. Mast cells in rodents are classically divided into two subtypes: connective tissue-type mast cells and mucosal mast cells.

N. The activities of the latter are dependent on T-cells.

O. Mast cells are present in most tissues characteristically surrounding Blood vessels and nerves and are especially prominent near the boundaries between the outside world and the internal milieu, such as the skin, mucosa of the lungs and digestive tract, as well as the mouth, conjunctiva and nose.

P. Conclusion...  Does the use of the words. "Homed In" within Section. 50. G. Scientifically suggest. "We do not know."

1. Or is this a polite scientific way of saying; "we understand the Mind is at work here but we are unable to accept this thus seek to dismiss it with explain nothing words." 

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Physiology.

Section. 51.

A. The role of mast cells in the development of allergy.

B. Mast cells play a key role in the inflammatory process.

C. When activated, a mast cell can either selectively release - piecemeal degranulation or rapidly release - anaphylactic degranulation "mediators," or compounds that induce inflammation, from storage granules into the local microenvironment.

D. Mast cells can be stimulated to degranulate by allergens through cross-linking with immunoglobulin E (IgE) receptors - e.g., FcεRI...

1. ...Physical injury through pattern recognition receptors for damage-associated molecular patterns - DAMPs, microbial pathogens through pattern recognition receptors for pathogen-associated molecular patterns - PAMPs and various compounds through their associated G-protein coupled receptors. e.g., morphine through opioid receptors or ligand-gated ion channels.

2. Complement proteins can activate membrane receptors on mast cells to exert various functions as well.

E. Mast cells express a high-affinity receptor - FcεRI for the Fc region of IgE, the least-abundant member of the antibodies.

F. This receptor is of such high affinity that binding of IgE molecules is in essence irreversible.

G. As a result, mast cells are coated with IgE, which is produced by plasma cells - the antibody-producing cells of the immune system.

H. IgE molecules, like all antibodies, are specific to one particular antigen.

I. In allergic reactions, mast cells remain inactive until an allergen binds to IgE already coated upon the cell.

J. Other membrane activation events can either prime mast cells for subsequent degranulation or act in synergy with FcεRI signal transduction.

K. In general, allergens are proteins or polysaccharides.

L. The allergen binds to the antigen-binding sites, which are situated on the variable regions of the IgE molecules bound to the mast cell surface.

M. It appears that binding of two or more IgE molecules - cross-linking is required to activate the mast cell.

N. The clustering of the intracellular domains of the cell-bound Fc receptors, which are associated with the cross-linked IgE molecules, causes a complex sequence of reactions inside the mast cell that lead to its activation.

O. Although this reaction is not well-understood in terms of allergy, it appears to have evolved as a defence system against parasites and bacteria.

P. A unique, stimulus-specific set of mast cell mediators is released through degranulation following the activation of cell surface receptors on mast cells.

Q. Conclusion...  Clearly as Items A. B and O demonstrates and I conclude "if one does not understand Allergies and inflammation and how the entire process has evolved as a defence system - one surely is only demonstrating - one knows very little. 

1. In addition -  If Mast cells play a key role in the inflammatory process, is there really a long-term value in separating them out of the Blood and injecting them back as a therapeutic application.

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Structure of Histamine.

Section 52.

A. Histamine dilates post-capillary venules, activates the endothelium and increases Blood vessel permeability.

B. This leads to local edema - swelling, warmth, redness and the attraction of other inflammatory cells to the site of release.

C. It also depolarizes nerve endings - leading to itching or pain.

D. Cutaneous signs of histamine release, are the "flare and wheal"- reaction.

E. The bump and redness immediately following a mosquito bite are a good example of this reaction, which occurs seconds after challenge of the mast cell by an allergen.

F. The other physiologic activities of mast cells are much less-understood.

G. Several lines of evidence suggest that mast cells may have a fairly fundamental role in innate immunity: They are capable of elaborating a vast array of important cytokines and other inflammatory mediators such as TNFa; they express multiple "pattern recognition receptors" thought to be involved in recognizing broad classes of pathogens; and mice without mast cells seem to be much more susceptible to a variety of infections.

H. Mast cell granules carry a variety of bioactive chemicals.

I. These granules have been found to be transferred to adjacent cells of the immune system and neurons in a process of transgranulation via mast cell pseudopodia.

J. Conclusion. As we have discussed much is made of What - highlighted in Red,  but not of Why as described in sections F and G. 

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Allergen Process.

Section. 53.

1. Allergen-mediated FcεR1 cross-linking signals are very similar to the signalling event resulting in antigen binding to lymphocytes.

2. The Lyn tyrosine kinase is associated with the cytoplasmic end of the FcεR1 β chain.

3. The antigen cross-links the FcεR1 molecules and Lyn tyrosine kinase phosphorylates the ITAMs in the FcεR1 β and γ chain in the cytoplasm.

4. Upon phosphorylation, the Syk tyrosine kinase gets recruited to the ITAMs located on the γ chains.

5. This causes activation of the Syk tyrosine kinase, causing it to phosphorylate.

6. Syk functions as a signal amplifying kinase activity due to the fact that it targets multiple proteins and causes their activation.

7. This antigen stimulated phosphorylation causes the activation of other proteins in the FcεR1-mediated signalling cascade.

8. Conclusion. Does item Seven give rise to clues as to why medical science is rushing headlong into finding ways of manipulating Proteins to make them smaller as now they are suggesting it is the size of proteins are causing illnesses like Cancer growths.

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Enzymes.

Role in disease.

Parasitic infections.

Section. 54.

Mast cells are activated in response to infection by pathogenic parasites, such as certain helminths and protozoa, through IgE signaling.

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Mast cell activation disorders.

Section. 55.

A. Mast cell activation disorders are a spectrum of immune disorders that are unrelated to pathogenic infection and involve similar symptoms that arise from secreted mast cell intermediates, but differ slightly in their pathophysiology, treatment approach and distinguishing symptoms.

B. The classification of mast cell activation disorders was laid out in 2010.

C. Conclusion. Section A is possible to best example of we do not know within this document much of the What but little or nothing of the why.

1. And with this;  "unrelated to pathogenic infection," is as clear a demonstration whilst not having the courage to say. "It is a product of the Mind." As medical research could get.

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Allergic Disease.

Section. 56.

A. Allergies are mediated through IgE signalling which triggers mast cell degranulation.

B. Many forms of cutaneous and mucosal allergy are mediated in large part by mast cells; they play a central role in asthma, eczema, itch - from various causes and allergic rhinitis and allergic conjunctivitis.

C. Antihistamine drugs act by blocking histamine action on nerve endings.

D. Cromoglicate-based drugs - sodium cromoglicate, nedocromil block a calcium channel essential for mast cell degranulation, stabilizing the cell and preventing release of histamine and related mediators.

E. Leukotriene antagonists - such as montelukast and zafirlukast block the action of leukotriene mediators and are being used increasingly in allergic diseases.

F. Calcium triggers the secretion of histamine from mast cells after previous exposure to sodium fluoride.

G. The secretory process can be divided into a fluoride-activation step and a calcium-induced secretory step.

H. It was observed that the fluoride-activation step is accompanied by an elevation of cAMP levels within the cells.

I. The attained high levels of cAMP persist during histamine release.

J. It was further found that catecholamines do not markedly alter the fluoride-induced histamine release.

K. It was also confirmed that the second, but not the first, step in sodium fluoride-induced histamine secretion is inhibited by theophylline.

L. Vasodilation and increased permeability of capillaries are a result of both H1 and H2 receptor types.

M. Stimulation of histamine activates a histamine (H2) - sensitive adenylate cyclase of oxyntic cells and there is a rapid increase in cellular -  cAMP that is involved in activation of H+ transport and other associated changes of oxyntic cells.

N. Conclusion.  Would it not be reasonable to consider the understanding and effective treatment of Allergies is no better now than say 100 years ago - all that has changed is the ability to say we do not know more eloquently - yet with scientific certainty.

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Anaphylaxis.

Section. 57.

A. In anaphylaxis - a severe systemic reaction to allergens, such as nuts, bee stings, or drugs, the body-wide degranulation of mast cells leads to vasodilation and, if severe, symptoms of life-threatening shock.

B. Histamine is a vasodilatory substance released during anaphylaxis.

C. Conclusion. With this confirming the above conclusion comment. More of the WHAT and even less of the WHY. 

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Autoimmunity.

Section. 58.

A. Mast cells may be implicated in the pathology associated with autoimmune, inflammatory disorders of the joints.

B. They have been shown to be involved in the recruitment of inflammatory cells to the joints e.g., rheumatoid arthritis and skin e.g., bullous pemphigoid and this activity is dependent on antibodies and complement components.

C. Conclusion. Surely if there was an  Autoimmune inflammatory response it would affect the entire Body not just the joints.

Question. 1. Why does it affect the Joints and not other areas of the Body?

Answer. 1.  Would it not be fair to suggest - no one within the Medical profession knows or worse is allowed to know. 

Question. 2. Why have you not answered my question - do you not know either? 

Answer. 2.

A. That is the trouble of having a policy of teaching a Patient/Student to know more than the tutor - quite rightly you become very clever.

B. The answer to your question is in simple terms: Traumatic Fear - unresolved, causes an un-relievable Anxiety; causing the entire body chemistry to become both Toxic and Caustic - acidic, eating away the joints and bones. Yet the body still attempts to regrow the damaged tissue bones causing joint disfigurement.

C. The Mind in order to gain the understanding for the trauma and thus resolution - selects an area of the Body. Specific joints - thus is not in the slightest a random disorder or per chance, it is in direct correlation to the cause.

D. One of the rules of Physics apply here. "The Power of equal and opposite force."

What the Eyes see and the Ears hear the Mind converts into a Body chemistry expression and directs the chemistry with the deadly aim of an Infrared pointing device.          

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Mastocytosis and clonal disorders.

Section. 59.

A. Mastocytosis is a rare clonal mast cell disorder involving the presence of too many mast cells - mastocytes) and CD34+ mast cell precursors.

B. Mutations in c-Kit are associated with mastocytosis.

C. Conclusion. But why please for once tell me why.

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Monoclonal Disorders.

Section. 60.

A. Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) is a condition where  an abnormal protein - known as monoclonal protein or M protein - is in the Blood.

B. MGUS usually causes no problems.

C. But sometimes it can progress over years to other disorders, including some forms of Blood cancer.

D. Conclusion.
But why please for once tell me why.

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Neoplastic disorders.

Section. 61.

A. Mastocytomas, or mast cell tumours, can secrete excessive quantities of degranulation products.

B. They are often seen in dogs and cats.

C. Other neoplastic disorders associated with mast cells include mast cell sarcoma and mast cell leukemia.

D. Conclusion. But why please for once tell me why.

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Mast cell activation syndrome.

Section. 62.

A. Mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) is an idiopathic immune disorder that involves recurrent and excessive mast cell degranulation and which produces symptoms that are similar to other mast cell activation disorders.

B. The syndrome is diagnosed based upon four sets of criteria involving treatment response, symptoms, a differential diagnosis and biomarkers of mast cell degranulation.

C. Conclusion. But why please for once tell me why.

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Nervous system.

Section. 63.

A. Unlike other hematopoietic cells, mast cells naturally occur in the Brain where they interact with the neuroimmune system.

B. In the Human Brain, mast cells are located in a number of structures which mediate visceral sensory e.g., pain or neuroendocrine functions – including the pituitary stalk, pineal gland, thalamus, and hypothalamus - or which are located at the Blood-Brain barrier or Blood–cerebrospinal fluid barrier, including the area postrema, choroid plexus, and in the dural layer of the meninges near meningeal nociceptors.

C. Mast cells serve the same general functions in the Body and central nervous system, such as effecting or regulating allergic responses, innate and adaptive immunity, autoimmunity, and inflammation.

D. Across systems, mast cells serve as the main effector cell through which pathogens can affect the Brain-Gut axis.

E. In the gastrointestinal tract, mucosal mast cells are located in close proximity to sensory nerve fibers, which communicate bidirectionally.

F. When these mast cells initially degranulate, they release mediators e.g., histamine, tryptase and serotonin which activate, sensitize and upregulate membrane expression of nociceptors - i.e., TRPV1 on visceral afferent neurons via their receptors - respectively, HRH1, HRH2, HRH3, PAR2, 5-HT3); in turn, neurogenic inflammation, visceral hypersensitivity and intestinal dysmotility - i.e., impaired peristalsis is the result.

G. Neuronal activation induces neuropeptide - substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide signaling to mast cells where they bind to their associated receptors and trigger degranulation of a distinct set of mediators (β-Hexosaminidase, cytokines, chemokines, PGD2, leukotrienes and eoxins.

CH. Conclusion. But why please for once tell me why. Opps Sorry; its in the Genes. Which pocket.

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Autism.

Section 64.

A. Research into an immunological contribution to autism suggests that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) children may present with; "allergic-like" problems, in the absence of elevated serum IgE and chronic urticaria, suggesting non-allergic mast cell activation in response to environmental and stress triggers...

B. ...This mast cell activation could contribute to Brain inflammation and neurodevelopmental problems.

C. Conclusion. With the words Stress Trigger it leave one to wonder just how many ways Medical Profession is able to invent to avoid talking about the obvious. The Mind. 

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Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.

Section. 65.

1. Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.

2. EDS is a group of genetic connective tissue disorders.

3. Symptoms can vary from mildly loose joints to life-threatening complications such as aortic dissection.

4. Chronic pain or early osteoarthritis may also occur.

5. EDS is caused by a defect in the structure, production, or processing of collagen or proteins that interact with collagen.

6. The collagen in connective tissue helps tissues resist deformation.

7. Collagen is an important contributor to the physical strength of tissue; abnormal collagen renders these structures more elastic.

8. In some cases, it can be life-threatening.

9. People with joint pain may be misdiagnosed with Hypochondriasis, Depression, Chronic Fatigue syndrome, or other conditions.

10. There may be poor knowledge about EDS among practitioners.

11. There is no cure for EDS.

12. Treatment is supportive, including close monitoring of the digestive, excretory, and particularly the cardiovascular systems.

13. Physical therapy, bracing, and corrective surgery may help with injuries and pain that tend to develop in certain types of EDS, although extra caution and special practices are advised to prevent permanent damage.

14. EDS is a long term disease.

15. EDS affects about 1 in 5,000 People globally.

16. Excess mobility was first described by Hippocrates in 400 BC.

17. The syndrome is named after two physicians, Edvard Ehlers from Denmark and Henri-Alexandre Danlos from France, who described it at the turn of the 20th century.

18. Conclusion. Items 10 - 11 and 17 says it all.

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Management.

Section. 66.

1. There is no cure for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.

2. Treatment is palliative.

3. Close monitoring of the cardiovascular system, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and orthopedic instruments - e.g., wheelchairs, bracing, casting may be helpful.

4. Orthopedic instruments are helpful for the prevention of further joint damage, especially for long distances, although it is advised that individuals not become entirely dependent on them until there are no other options for mobility.

5. One should avoid activities that cause the joint to lock or overextend.

6. Conclusion. Surely item five clearly puts the blame on the Patient.

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Prognosis - Medically expected outcome.

Section. 67.

1. The outlook for individuals with EDS depends on the type of EDS they have.

2. Symptoms vary in severity, even within one sub-type and the frequency of complications changes individually.

3. Some People have negligible symptoms while others are severely restricted in their daily life.

4. Extreme joint instability, chronic musculoskeletal pain, degenerative joint disease, frequent injuries and spinal deformities may limit mobility.

5. Severe spinal deformities may affect breathing.

6. In the case of extreme joint instability, dislocations may result from simple tasks such as rolling over in bed or turning a doorknob.

7. Secondary conditions such as autonomic dysfunction or cardiovascular problems, occurring in any type, can affect prognosis and quality of life.

8. Severe mobility-related disability is seen more often in Hypermobility-type than in Classical-type or Vascular-type.

9. Although all types are potentially life-threatening, the majority of individuals will have a normal lifespan.

10. However, those with Blood vessel fragility have a high risk of fatal complications.

11. Arterial rupture is the most common cause of sudden death in EDS.

12. Spontaneous arterial rupture most often occurs in the second or third decade, but can occur at any time.

13. The median life-expectancy in the population with Vascular EDS is 48 years.

14. Conclusion. A clear and unambiguous demonstration of. "If the right one does not get you then the left one will." 

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EDS is a lifelong condition.

Section. 68.

 

1. Affected individuals may face social obstacles related to their disease daily.

2. Some People with EDS have reported living with fear of significant and painful ruptures.

A. Their condition worsening.

B. Becoming unemployed due to physical and emotional burdens.

C. Social stigmatization in general.

3. Conclusion. Surely this would be so much easier to deal with or even accept if the Medical Profession accepted and published...

..."all these years we have not been right in our assertions - we now know ALL illness is caused directly by the Mind as a result of Traumas; to which we are avidly researching."

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Fuel.

Section. 69. 

Question. 1. How can we explore deeper - this seemingly unconnected but interesting aspect of our discussion on Blood?

Answer. 1.  First we must recognise in simple terms - several times a day without a second thought, we load our Blood with Sugar and Fat and this is no more than fuel.

Question. 2. Blood - Fuel I am confused?

Answer. 2. Let us see if we can make some sense of this.

A. If we were to Drain a sample of Blood before consuming a greasy breakfast and leave it to stand for a while - then Spin the Blood,  this will separate the Red Blood cells from a clear yellow fluid called Plasma which carries nutrients from Food around the Body.

B. Do the same thing a few hours after the breakfast and the Plasma will separate and show up as a murky yellow liquid - from the greasy Breakfast.

Question. 3. What is the value of Plasma?

Answer. 3. Plasma makes up more than half our Blood and is key to a second remarkable ability - to absorb the mind boggling variety of substances a Body extracts from the food we consume and uses it to provide energy in order to Fuel our Muscles also provide Raw materials to build new/repair tissues and is stored as fat.

Question. 4. How does the food we eat change our Blood and what does that do to a Person?

Answer. 4. There are many answers to this which we will explore as we progress.

A. However - A different style of breakfast may hold the clues. Orange Juice.

Question. 5. That does not appear to be much of a fuel - what can that tell us?

Metabolomics.

Answer. 5. Metabolomics - it is said, holds the answers. 

Question 6.  What is Metabolomics?

Answer. 6. Metabolomics is the scientific study of chemical processes involving metabolites.

A. Specifically - metabolomics, is the "systematic study of the unique chemical fingerprints;  that specific cellular processes leave behind."

B. The study of their small-molecule metabolite profiles.

C. The metabolome represents the collection of all metabolites in a biological cell, tissue, organ or organism, which are the end products of cellular processes.

D. mRNA gene expression data and proteomic analyses reveal - the set of gene products being produced in the cell as data that represents one aspect of cellular function.

E. Conversely, metabolic profiling can give an instantaneous snapshot of the physiology of that cell.

F. One of the challenges of systems biology and functional genomics is to integrate proteomic, transcriptomic and metabolomic information to provide a better understanding of cellular biology.

1. Transcriptomics is the study of the transcriptome - the complete set of RNA transcripts that are produced by the genome, under specific circumstances or in a specific cell - using high-throughput methods, such as microarray analysis.

Question. 7. Ok, but what can that tell us?

Answer. 7. We could use the scientific evidence base of hundreds of years and suggest - not much, but let that not suppress any investigation in late 2016 that may shine a new light on Blood and its still mysterious activities in the Body.   

A. Metabolomics holds the clue for us to use for the moment, as all it means is - Processing Blood in a mass spectrometer as a radical new way of understanding what the food does in a Body. 

B. Thousand's of Molecules  appeared different in the Blood after consuming foods - from one day to next.

C. Glucose is one of these which demonstrates ability or not to regulate Blood sugar properly.

D. This process demonstrates Signs of inflammation in the Blood is something to do with diet and prostaglandins are causing inflammation.

1. Not a good thing if it really is something to do with the diet.

E. Seeing what our food does after we eat it by measuring.

F. We are quite literally what we eat. 

Question. 8. How may we extend; "we are what we eat?"

Answer. 8.  We often overlook; Blood is nutritious eaten by animals, head lice, mosquitos, leeches and indeed Humans if we were to recognise eating meat as so.

A. Drinking Blood and eating a section of fresh liver is said to improve ill health.

B. These days we are less inclined to consume Blood - yet accept; Eating Blood products; such as black pudding, is high calorific and nutritious.

C. Conclusion...

Question. 9.  Have you answered question 4 sufficiently?

A. "How does the Food we eat change our Blood?

B. And - what does that do to a Person?

C. And is the study of Metabolomics really useful?

D. And with Question D. "mRNA gene expression data" what if anything does this demonstrate?

Answer.  9. A. B. C and D. Clearly not. Let us explore.

Answer. A.  Dieticians may wish to argue we have free choice of the foods we eat and changing our diet as they suggest will change many aspects of our Brain Body and lifestyle. IE Weight and Diabetes.

1. Sadly this is not anywhere near the truth - although in the short-term it may well appear so; in the medium to long-term; not at all.

2. This only works if one knows for certain one is able to determine the foods we eat are our decision - sadly our food consumption like Blood values are preset by our Mind; based on the entire memory history and thus cannot be altered by diet alone.

3. In an abstract manner - this can be demonstrated by a vehicle designed for Petrol cannot be run on Diesel; both are fuels. Just like food.

4. Therefore nothing will truly influence or change Blood only the Mind is able to do that.

5. As the Mind - NEVER sets the wrong value of Blood, thus according to instructions just like a Petrol Vehicle will always be a Petrol Vehicle; unless someone changes its mind and installs a Diesel engine.

Answer. B.  

1. Nothing is the most direct and truthful answer: Being over weight is never anything to do with food.

2. Like - Having a Blood disorder is never ever anything to do with Blood. 

3. Although there may appear to be a change in a Persons personality as a result of being overweight or having a serious Blood disorder - this could not be further from the truth as the process of the Mind created a personality as a result of traumas; different to that without traumas; this in turn led to the symptoms known as overweight and Blood disorders.   

Answer. C.  No. The reason for this will in time show as never will any treatments be created that Cures a Person of a Blood disorder. Cures = No more illness and NO medications in order to short-term manage the symptoms that are forever changing.  

Answer. D.  If one takes into consideration the use of the word "Data" the implication is all of  mRNA understandings are no more than a mathematical model creation - thus in real terms nothing to do with RNA-DNA or anything else in real terms.

1. For if the past data did not solve the problem - is there truly a value in using the same data to solve new or still existing problems.

Question. 10.  Is the understanding of RNA and DNA important in any understanding of Blood and its bodily activities?

Answer. 10...

A. Always for me my understanding of these Body chemicals is RNA is the building Blocks of DNA - many times I have questioned this as it appears medical science suggest the other way around. 

B. EG: Messenger RNA (mRNA) is a large family of RNA molecules that convey genetic information from DNA to the ribosome, where they specify the amino acid sequence of the protein products of gene expression.

C. Thus as Medical Science since and including the DNA findings of Watson and Crick 1954 have demonstrated; If we take just one Genome (DNA) and describe it as a rung of a ladder it is described as having four chemicals bases Adenine (A), Uracil (U) (instead of thymine in DNA), Cytosine (C) and Guanine (G).

D. The main job of RNA is to transfer the genetic code need for the creation of proteins from the nucleus to the ribosome.

E. This process prevents the DNA from having to leave the nucleus.

F. This keeps the DNA and genetic code protected from damage.

G. Without RNA, proteins could never be made. Appearing to confirm my point in item A.

H. In order to satisfy your enquiry in this question and in keeping with Medical Science desire to create a mathematical model of all illness in order to understand - let us do just that. But in simple terms.

I. There  is it said 130,000 Genes/DNA in the Body and as the rung of the ladder have four chemicals in order to express all of the aspects of an earth like creation.

1. Now if there were just one DNA strand in the Body and it had four chemicals - then no matter how one moved them about on the rung there would only be say; sixteen different ways one could express these chemicals.

2. Now multiply these Sixteen by 130,000 the amount of genes and then by Two as the DNA is a Two sided Spiraling Helix and the numbers are staggering - leading one to consider; is there, will there in real terms ever be a Person or Computer with a mathematical Brain to make sense of such a computation and then know what to do with the results.

3. Sadly if there were such a Person with a computer - would there be any value in the result, when a forced dietary change as a result of a thought process caused some Inflammation or an Inflammatory response of just one RNA chemical.

4. Thereby rendering the entire computation useless.

5. As just one Changed Body chemical on instructions from the Mind will affect every chemical in the Body.

6. Thus if we combine answers D E and F - it becomes clear the DNA is the process by which life is formed and a use once process.

7. Where RNA is the process by which Proteins instead of continuing to build us larger than we are - are by Amino Acids reduced in order to pass through the Body Capillaries and thus becomes our Main Stream Body Replication process and Immune systems.        

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Other Blood qualities.

Section. 70. 

Question. 1. Has the understanding and belief of Blood and its activities changed very much?

Answer. 1. Early beliefs suggested Blood only travels one way and was replaced on  a daily bases.

Question. 2. Surely with the advances in modern medicine - this long standing belief has been updated?

Answer. 2. It was in the early Sixteenth century William Harvey demonstrated this was not the case and worked out there are ten litres and rationalized that Blood flowed in a circular motion.

A. The sad part is perhaps thanks to the aged activity of suppression - he withheld his findings for some twelve years.

Question 3. Have ways  been accepted, able to prove his findings?

Answer. 3. Indeed he did so himself; One can demonstrate this by blocking a vein and draining it by pushing the Blood away from the block and observing it does not refill and do the same below the block and the vein quickly refills.

A. He also filled a Heart with fluid and squeezed it to ascertain the amount pumped out with each pump - Heart beat, then multiplied that by the amount of Heartbeats a minute and came up with the Ten Pints now recognised as the norm.

Further advances in understanding Blood.

Section. 71.

Question. 1. Surely there must be more advances that have been made in order to demonstrate the Blood system and how it works?

Answer. 1. Sure is and impressive it is as well, where an MRI scan will demonstrate the complete Blood systems in the Body.

A. And Blood travels around some 60 thousand miles of the Body's Arteries, Veins, capillaries - tubing.

Question. 2. What happens if an Artery gets blocked?

Answer. 2. With clever surgery using Veins from another part of the Body a bypass is made.

Question. 3.  Is a bypass a permanent repair requiring no mediations?

Answer. 3.  Whilst medication prescriptions are not in my legal remit - one may be able to consider, there will be a requirement for medications, perhaps on a permanent bases in conjunction of other Blood or biological symptom requirements.

A. As for a permanent repair. The evidence base suggests - Following surgery and in time mysteriously stents often block and it is not known why.

B. In a mechanical devise to demonstrate Blood flow the artery comes off at a ninety degree angle Scientific thinking is the angle was too extreme - causing a turmoil in the Blood as it passes the junction.

C. Following modifying the angle of connection - the Blood produced a much smoother passage,  thus less turmoil.

D. Although  a celebrated and much used medical innovation - a stent was not as successful as desired,  as this in time also blocked.

1. However a helix - with a curl, style stent appears to showing improvement in longevity success. 

Question. 4. Does or can ink in a mock up model really demonstrate the correct flow around a Sharpe angle of insertion.

Answer, 4.  According to the model of course, however - unless the resting space between Heart beats in taken into consideration, the true flow of Blood will not be truly understood -  thus will be too extreme in the arteries and veins, as it creates turmoil in the Blood stream.

Question. 5.  What do you mean. "Resting Space?" 

Answer. 5. We all know the Heart Pumps in order to create and sustain Blood pressure, what we all should, if only in simple terms also know, it is the very pumping activity of the Heart that provides all the Oxygen the Body requires to function and utilise the entire contents of the food we consume for Body repair and replication.

A. We are also aware the medical profession have no requirement to explore our Blood if we do not present symptoms of feeling unwell to them.

1. At this time they only look to recognise something is wrong and then seek to rectify same.

B.   During this time it appears Doctors are not so concerned with the resting time of the Heart between beats, as it is reasonable to consider nothing is going on at this time. And on the face of this one may not wish to argue.

C. However ask an Engineer who builds and maintains pumps and there may well be a disagreement. 

D. He may wish to argue - this is the most important time in the activities that pumping  without; would be impossible.

E. At this time - The pump is being primed for delivering of the pressurised liquid and without the resting position; there would be turmoil in the entire system.

F. The source could not supply quantity, the pump could not then pressurise and the outlet nozzle would not finely compress the liquid  for pressure of delivery.  

Question. 6. What would be the outcome of such activity?

Answer. 6. When one brings back into the discussion from question 3. "Is a bypass a permanent repair."  It confirms the only time the medial profession has required to be come involved is when there is already, not only something wrong; but has perhaps been wrong a long-time and received many treatments before the decision is taken to insert a stent.

Question. 7.   Tells us about it nicely sadly does not answer the question.

Answer. 7. Well spotted - in order to answer this; in reality we should have an individual - although I could insert my own story, in the absence of a Person we can look in more general terms.

A. Thus we must look back to at least some Seven years prior to the very first time any form of illness symptoms was presented to a Doctor and see at that time or sometime earlier; there was a traumatic incident in a Persons life.

Question. 8.  Ok I am able to see this goes somewhere to answering the question - but surely there is more?

Answer. 8. Indeed there is. Following the traumatic incident the entire Body Chemistry would become somewhat toxic and caustic - acidic.   

A. Causing in response to a now highly unsteady flow an aggravation sufficient to create inflammation to the vessel wall forcing it to turn inwards on itself and in time blocking the artery.

B. Therefore installing a stent does nothing to change the Body chemistry - if there is any aggravation it is to the Mind that has not received the understanding due for the cause of the original symptoms. 

Question. 9. Are you then suggesting this is the cause of Inflammation in the Blood systems?

Answer. 9.  Surely suggesting is guessing - something I do not do.

A. I either know or do not know.

B. If medical science with all of its might and years of study have not satisfactorily answers this fundamental question, then perhaps they are looking in the wrong place - thus anyone's opinion is worthy of consideration, is it not.

C. Yes this is the biological cause of inflammation on instructions from the Mind and its reaction to a traumatic incident and chemicals drugs. Prescription or not - via the Brain.

Question. 10.  How may we investigate the truth of this interesting aspect of the Blood?

Answer. 10. Understanding how the Blood moves through the Aorta will perhaps increase the scientific knowledge and in turn save lives by understanding the flow of Blood in a system that is designed through its natural curves - to swirl and adjust the Blood flow, pressure and thus flow smoothly.

Question 11. Now that makes sense, but how does all of this integrate with Stents inflammation and blockage following surgery?

Answer. 11. The primary activity of Blood to carry Oxygen and Nutrients as it circulates -  is a fairly recent discovery.

A. A Stent has been recently been invented that has a helix or a twisting style or curve - recent studies suggest this will last longer following surgery for blocked arteries.

Question. 12. Does being a Human Study subject improve the scientific  medical knowledge compared to that of an ill Person?

Answer. 12.  Sadly no - as each Person's Body chemistry and thus their Mind set of their emotional history and resulting Body chemistry will be completely and uniquely different.

A. Moreover if the Body chemistry showed up say - Inflammation and this could not be resolved; what does this do to the Persons Mind and in turn their entire Body and Body Chemistry.

Question. 13.  What then; with all this information can we make of Blood letting. And Inflammation?

Answer. 13.  Is it not fair after all the years since Blood letting ceased it like the study of Blood System inflammation until an effective understanding of the process are made and an effective treatment is found -  like Blood letting is only to be considered a badge of Honour. 

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Defence.

Section. 72.

A. The circulatory system enables Blood to reach every organ and every single cell in the Body carrying vital supplies of Oxygen and Food - it also does something else...

...Defend the Body. 

Question. 1. How may we explore  this?   

Answer. A.  Scratch the skin is perhaps the easiest and the safest way.

Question 2.  How does the Body react to this?

A. Immediately - an increased Blood flow to the area of attack can be observed.

B. Blood then rushes to the area and as The Body's reaction to any infection is to increase Blood flow Bringing heat, swelling, redness and pain.

Question. 3. And the conclusion to this knowledge?

A  Today Medical Science  knows; inflammation is a normal response to injury as is redness.

Question 4.  Is there a takeaway as to the advances of the understanding of Blood?

Answer. 4. One would like to think so - however it is Interesting to note - no mention of Histamines were made.

Question. 5. What is Histamine?

Answer. 5... 

A. Histamine is an amine that is produced as part of a local immune response to cause inflammation.

B. It also performs several important functions in the bowel and acts as a neurotransmitter or chemical messenger that carries signals from one nerve to another.

C. Histamine is secreted by basophils and mast cells as part of a local immune response to the presence of invading bodies.

D. The basophils and mast cells are found in nearby connective tissue.

E. Thus histamine release causes capillaries to become more permeable to white blood cells and other proteins, which proceed to target and attack foreign bodies in the affected tissue. Aside from humans, histamine is found in virtually all animals.

F. Histamine is a Body chemical that is created locally within the Body to  excrete any poison already entered into the Body and suppress further re-entry of any poisonous or foreign bodies.

G. Histamine is only a short-term reaction to an incident or injury - for if it runs on instruction of the Mind to a perceived threat for longer than necessary to heal the perceived or actual injury then it will have a known and extremely negative and often painful effect in the entire Body.

F. Once instructed to be secreted by the Mind no amount of medications will remove the ever changing presentations of Pain, muscle discomfort or even skin tenderness in extreme cases.  

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Blood Letting.

Section. 73.

Question. 1. Is there more to be understood about Blood Letting that has provided interesting or important information relating to Blood and its still quite mysterious properties?

Answer. 1. Let us further explore the information our professor has provided.

A. Blood Letting was a common practice for thousands of years - so common one could have it done on the high street.

B. In the early days Barbers were known as Barber Surgeons and the poles outside of the shop represented: The white - for fresh clean Bandages and the Red - Blood.

1. At the top and bottom of the pole a bowl. Top to contain leeches - for letting and Bottom to hold the Blood.

C. Blood letting. It is reported there may have been a few cases where Blood letting helped sadly the majority died.

D. Advances in medical science explained - Draining over heated Blood from a Patient deprived them of critical  infection fighters White Blood cellB.

E. A healthy Adult Body has about 40 Billion of them as the front-line defence constantly battling against invading: microbes, bacteria, viruses and fungi.

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Immune System.

Section 74.

Question 1.  Is there more to the immune system than a reactive and defensive force?

Answer. 1.  It is reported by some departments of Medical Science,  the Immune Systems are not only good at responding to danger but in anticipating it.

Question. 2. Sorry to distract from the discussion, the word Systems indicate there are more than one - is this the truth or just your truth?  How can it be demonstrated  "Immune Systems," are also good at anticipating danger?

Answer. 2. Yes my thirty four years working with only the Mind in order to repair biological symptoms; has always told me there are two immune systems.

A. Although in reality one may wish to argue they are both the same.

B. Let us first explore the Immune system.

Part 1. The Immune System.

A. Medical Science although still in 2016 not fully understanding the immune system has long since documented its remarkable abilities and indeed the inability to achieve its true intentions.  

B. The immune system is a host defence system comprising many biological structures and processes within an organism that protects against disease.

C. To function properly, an immune system must detect a wide variety of agents, known as pathogens, from viruses to parasitic worms and distinguish them from the organism's own healthy tissue.

D. Humans, have very sophisticated defence mechanisms, including the ability following suffering a specific illness, to adapt over time to recognize specific pathogens more efficiently.

E. Adaptive or acquired immunity creates immunological memory after an initial response to a specific pathogen, leading to an enhanced response to subsequent encounters with that same pathogen.

F. Disorders of the immune system can result in autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases and cancer.

G. Immunodeficiency occurs when the immune system is less active than normal, resulting in recurring and life-threatening infections.

H. In Humans, immunodeficiency can either be the result of a genetic disease such as severe combined immunodeficiency, acquired conditions such as HIV/AIDS, or the use of immunosuppressive medication.

I. In contrast, autoimmunity results from a hyperactive immune system attacking normal tissues as if they were foreign organisms.

Conclusion. What we should have been able to see - is this is the Medical Model of the immune system and thus only Biological. 

Part Two. The Immune System:  

 

A. For a Person to be ill anywhere in the Body requires a partial or complete shutdown of the biological immune system.

B. This can only be if the Mind has so instructed via the entire Body chemistry for the illness to be created and the immune system not to be able to respond as expected.

C. Thus, it follows the Mind has its own immune system based on instructions or a reaction to information received from and external source - a traumatic event.

D. Therefore, unless a method of allowing the Mind to change its desires or intentions is demonstrated to the Mind - via Understanding, it will not instruct an alteration in the Body chemistry for the biological immune system to begin the process of returning to natural or in some cases Normal. Thereby demonstrating Two Immune systems - One the Mind and one the Body.     

Part Three. The Immune System:  

Question 1. Answer 1.  Are we truly to believe this is a modern revelation and thus the truth. "The Immune Systems are good at responding to danger and in anticipating it."

A. Let us accept the part responding to danger. Way back in time AD 169 Galen suggested "The Human Body had two sets of nerves and learnt from experience."   

B. Sadly Galen was not correct and modern medical science confirms so.

C. For in accepting the Body has an immune system there is an unwitting acceptance that the process is innate - born with, thus comes complete with an automatic response to a stimulus via either touch or through the Eyes and Ears via the Mind which quicker than a Heart beat instructs the Body to respond.

Conclusion. It was not so much the Body or its immune system anticipating the attack it was the Mind on high alert using 360° x  360° x  360° vision - recognising danger instructed the immune systems to protect.

A. It is this All around perceptive sound and vision view - known as spatial awareness; that quicker than a Heart beat instigated immune response.

B. That is not Anticipating Danger it is preinstalled readiness.   

Question. 3.  What are the consequences of a high Octane/energy lifestyle activity such as white water rafting and does this really stressful activity give the Mind  a lot of stress although not actually getting hurt?

Answer. 3. No is the simple Yes or No answer to this.

A. For a Person to seek out high lifestyle activity as you suggest; it could be seen as:

1. Natural - thus no damage.

2.  A relief of Anxiety - thus unconnected long-term Lifestyle/Health damage.

B. For the first part:

1. There is no stress. Thus no long-term pain or bodily discomfort.

2. Stress is a Mind activity and as Medical Science still does not recognise the Mind will only be converted into a Biological Disorder.    

Question. 4. Does taking Blood for analyses under these situations really give us any useful information?

Answer. 4.  It appears any Blood investigations are only looking through a very small viewfinder - therefore will only seek to find what they are looking for.

A. There will be - No real and or tangible long-term benefit in understanding the Blood of a Person that is physically fit in order to answer unanswered or unanswerable questions, in an ill Person. 

Question. 5.  Why will there be no long-term tangible benefit, in understanding Blood?

Answer. 5. If one is able to accept just a simple. "Hello or Goodbye" said in the right or wrong way is able to alter in a Heartbeat - the entire Body chemistry and each Person on this earth has a unique Blood Chemistry expression; it makes sense to recognise, trying to study Blood is of little long-term consequence.

Question. 6.  May we explore question 3 a little more?

Answer. 6. Yes of course. Our professor reports...

A. 1. Ten minutes of challenging canoeing is all it would take to trigger a 50%  increase in the natural killer cells in the Blood stream.

Response. A. 1.  Surely this would only be active if a Person was Beamed into the Canoe - or are we to really dismiss the thought we have a Mind that runs the entire biological activity, with an ability to Perceive information from many sources and instantly make a Psychological and a Biological response to new information be that of a threatening nature or not.

A. And in so doing prepare for the now long-anticipated; Natural Killer Cells that are now perhaps we can see not quite as natural as Science would have us believe.

B. 2.  Clearly a Mind would decide when jumping into cold water - there was a good chance of being hurt so it primed the immune system for action.

Response B. 2.  The Body like the immune systems are no more than slaves of the Mind and only work on its instructions.

C. 3.  During such a stress response - not only is the cardio vascular system  activated and energy stores mobilised to escape the stressful situation, the entire immune system is mobilized as well.

Response. C. 3.  Does not this explain it all; "escape the stressful situation," But only if one is able to see - Stress is no more than a symptom - just like Pain. 

D. 4.  Is it really very smart - how the Body knew something odd is going on and mobilised itself. 

Response. D. 4.   There can be no argument the Mind is the greatest and fastest computer the world may ever see.

A. Thus unless the Mind sees - the Body is not only Blind but Deaf as well.

E. 5. Just in case there was an injury or infection or invading organism.

Response. E. 5. Is medical science really that blind to not see Galen was incorrect in his guesswork. "The Body learns by experience."

A. From the moment we are conceived the Human Body is always on High alert to any and all invaders - it is well known as Innate knowledge.   

Question. 7. Is there more to this subject? 

Answer. 7. Medical Science suggests; Natural killer cells react and respond to psychological and/or biological physical stress.

A. And is - Impressed by the way the natural killer cells spring into action so rapidly because we are constantly surrounded by threat.

B. And fully understanding - Blood moves surprisingly fast - the average cell does a round trip from the Heart and back in one minute.

C. Yet of all of this exciting knowledge are still in late 2016 able to understand the true cause and adjust to a cure Endocrine style disorders of the Blood system thereby creating a Healing...

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...Healing.

Section. 75.  

A. When the skin is cut Blood can rapidly escape - if nothing stopped it, one would soon be in serious trouble and up to five litres of Blood could pump out.

B. Fortunately and perhaps the most impressive of Blood attributes our Body contains are some really sophisticated mechanisms for making sure this does not happen - as soon as Blood leaves the Body another key property comes into action.

C. A clot from a product of many chemical reactions in the Body begins to form - the platelets, should a Blood vessel break; create the first steps in the creation of a clot.

D. Individual cells start to stick together and signal others to join in  - as the arterial leak needs to be stopped very quickly.

E. The platelets on their own cannot stop the Blood by themselves - long strands of protein form, creating a web, without this emergency response a Body would quickly bleed to death from a even the smallest of  cuts.

Conclusion. Within item C - should we not take note of the information and from this draw the conclusions - when a Clot forms in the Blood stream; without external damage, it is not doing something wrong, it is trying to right a wrong by responding to inflammation. 

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Vampire Face Lift.

Section. 76.  

Question. 1. Interesting but rather strange for a professor of medicine to engage with such offbeat and obviously non allopathic medicine content?

A. Where can such discussion lead in the understanding of Blood and its activity within the Body relating to illness?

Answer. 1. Indeed, history well explains with numerous instances - where proponents of Allopathic or Conventional Medicine have encompassed other modalities of symptom treatments as their own, studied it to near extinction; then proclaimed, there is no proof the process is of anything but novel but not scientific value.

Question. 2. Do you have any examples?

Answer. 2.  Yes and this is perhaps the most famous of all.

Hypnosis.

1. British Medical Association, 1892.

A. The Annual Meeting of the BMA, in 1892, unanimously endorsed the therapeutic use of Hypnosis and rejects the theory of Mesmerism - animal magnetism.

B. Even though the BMA recognized the validity of Hypnosis, Medical Schools and Universities largely ignored the subject.

2. British Medical Association, 1955.

A. On 23 April 1955, the British Medical Association (BMA) approved the use of Hypnosis in the areas of psychoneuroses and hypnoanesthesia in: Pain management, Childbirth and Surgery.

B. At this time, the BMA also advised all physicians and medical students to receive fundamental training in Hypnosis.

3. American Medical Association, 1958.

A. In 1958, the American Medical Association approved a report on the medical uses of Hypnosis.

B. It encouraged research on Hypnosis although pointing out that some aspects of Hypnosis are unknown and controversial.

C. However, in June 1987, the AMA's policy-making body rescinded all AMA policies from 1881–1958.

4. U.S. definition for Hypnotherapist.

A. The U.S. - Department of Labor Directory of Occupational Titles (D.O.T. 079.157.010) supplies the following definition:

B. "Hypnotherapist – Induces Hypnotic state in client to increase motivation or alter behavior pattern through Hypnosis.

C. Consults with client to determine the nature of problem.

D. Prepares client to enter Hypnotic states by explaining How hypnosis works and what client will experience.

E. Tests subject to determine degrees of physical and emotional suggestibility.

F. Induces Hypnotic state in client using individualized methods and techniques of Hypnosis based on interpretation of test results and analysis of client's problem.

G. May train client in self-Hypnosis conditioning.

H. Some states hold the term "Therapist" to be licensed medical professionals.

I. Therefore, using this term and not being a licensed professional would be practicing without a license.

J. There is another example; Under the Guise of The Medical And Dental Society.

K. Whist still practiced it is not given the prominence it so richly deserves.

Question. 3.

A. Why do you feel the use of Hypnosis has been so condemned or not fully supported by the Medical Profession?

B. Just what is Hypnosis?

Answer. 3. It appears abundantly clear this is back to front medical thinking on purpose.

A. For to accept Hypnosis as a useful therapeutic intervention in such important areas of the discomforts a Body will suffer - is to accept there is after all a Mind that controls the Body that cannot be drugged to oblivion thus is NON High Profit making so not Scientifically Provable.

B. Hypnosis is no more than a tool of Distraction - thereby used in order to distract the attention of a Person away from what appears to be their negative driving force.

1. Or a therapist or a Person symptom management tool.   

Question 4. Where does "Vampire Face Lift," fit in then and have there been any other research findings worthy of consideration? 

Answer. 4. Yes it appears Research by the military and others have found Unexpected healing properties in Blood and this may well demonstrate the link you request an answer too. 

A. A new treatment sometimes Vampire Facial Therapy also called PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy; claims to accelerate healing and reverse the signs of ageing.

Question. 5. That sounds quite revolutionary, how is it meant to work? 

Answer. 5. A small quantity of a Person's own Blood is taken and treated or spun to extract a concentrated solution - a quantity of Platelets in Plasma.

A. This is then injected directly into the area of the Body requiring enhancing or stimulating - usually the Face.

B. It appears for some - the idea of injecting ones own Blood following spinning it down, is very satisfying as a therapeutic application and not injecting say a drug. 

C. Proponents or therapists applying the treatment suggest - It is elegant in its simplicity as it is using the power of the Body's own healing.

Question. 6. Is it possible these therapist have so little knowledge of the entire Body chemistry and how it works to suggest the process is. "Simplicity?

Answer. 6. In theory activated platelets and growth factors will trigger a healing response in the skin Body smoothing out wrinkles.

Question. 7. Apart from ignoring my question?

A. Why does this work when - the process is only putting ones own Blood back into the area where the arteries are doing that anyway?

Answer. 7. Two aspects when there is an injection of plasma into the area it ignites the platelets to open - perhaps one is stimulating that area by bruising it.

A. With the use of the word; "Perhaps" and "Bruising," it becomes clear in answer to your question - the therapy and therapist has little Body Chemistry knowledge, or for profit reasons chooses to ignore the obvious or ignores the long-term outcome of such a process.

Question. 8. Following such an injection of ones own refined Blood - What would one expect to see in the coming weeks and then months?

Answer. 8. The face will remain inflamed and blocked.

A. However within two weeks it is expected to start to become - soft and youthful.

B. It is expected to feel a difference in the tone and texture of the skin hopefully becoming youthfully soft.

Question. 9. Perhaps there may be a bit of improvement, where the skin may feel smoother or is this in reality no more than wishful thinking?

Answer. 9. Surely Medical Science is advanced enough these days to recognise the Facial Skin is but part of the largest organ of the Body and if the face and say Neck are somewhat wrinkled then in time the rest of the Body not just the skin will follow suit and just as the face - become Dehydrated.

A. Thus injecting will only be of a temporary nature until the Body is able to excrete what it will no doubt recognise as Poison that it is trying to interfere with the Minds Instructions to cause the dehydration in the first place.

B. Or for an already and daily medicated illness; where there is  a side-effect of the medications having a Diuretic - in simple terms the draining the Body of Water, effect.

Question. 10.  So where or when did this Therapy stem from?

Answer. 10. The so called Vampire Facial Therapy is part of a long tradition describing the extraordinary healing powers of Blood over the early centuries with the gruesome tales of Blood Letting to cure the sick and rejuvenate the old.

A. In the 16th century Elizabeth Bafry - believed to be the most prolific murderess in history left a legend - She is said to have bathed in the Blood of her victims hoping or believing their fresh Blood will enable her to maintain her to cling to her own fading beauty.

B. From the Elizabeth Bafry legend came the Dracula story - the book is describes this process; as being transformed by drinking Blood - from a little old man with white hair to dark haired super athlete.

Question. 11. Has there been any documents found in support of this somewhat farcical story?

Answer. 11. Oddly enough these dark fantasies are based on a glimmer of scientific proof, for in London there is a 350 year old record that holds the first clues.

A. In 1667  the fellows from the Royal Society observed a first - transfusing Blood from an Animal to a Human.

B. They wanted to test if Blood once transfused could change a Persons or Animals character.

Question. 12. How did they proceed with this experiment?  

Answer. 12. It is reported they choose - A volunteer, someone with a hot headed tempestuous nature.

A. Blood was transfused from a Lamb into the volunteer - it was thought the Persons hot headed moods might be slightly tempered. 

B. The volunteer did not die. so from this point of view it was considered a scientific success.

Question. 13. Knowing how excitable Medical Science is with an hypotheses as this - where did this experiment lead in the advancement of understanding Blood?

Answer. 13. It was further thought transfusing Blood from one animal to another would demonstrate through further experiments what else could Blood transform: Can the colour of the Hair and Feathers as well as other physical attributes be changed.

A. Could the physical appearance of an animal be changed. 

B. Could an old feeble Dog be made young with young Blood.

C. In the original Lamb to Man experiment although the man survived - This single success was followed by years of  failures and subsequent attempts of Blood transfusions killed so many People the practice of Blood transfusions was banned for nearly 200 years.

Question. 14. How long was it before advances in the Understanding of Blood and transfusions improved?

Answer. 14. it was not until the 20 century when it was discovered Humans belong to one of four major Blood groups and transfusion of the wrong type can be fatal.

A. Following this finding it was declared safe to make a Person to Person Blood transfusion.

Question. 15. How safe is safe with regards to Blood transfusions?

Answer. 15. Blood transfusions are now almost routine saving millions of lives every year.

A. However As more was learnt more about Blood it has also lost much of its mystery.

B. No longer is it felt Blood is a wonderful substance - full of vital spirits but as a commodity like any other liquid.  

Question 16. How much Blood is transfused into needy People each year?

Answer. 16.  In the United Kingdom alone nearly a million litres pass from donors to Patients a year.

Question. 17. Have the early day changes that Blood was thought to create; been dismissed?

Answer. 17.  It is now known - however much Blood is transfused, it will not alter  personality.

Question. 18. Knowing how Medical Science has changed its Brain on  many subjects - do you have a viewpoint on this? "Blood will not alter personality?"

Answer. 18.  I feel with current lack of real knowledge relating to Blood and Medical Science having very eloquently demonstrated it still does not know the cause of Blood Disorders and is not in possession of one single cure = no more Blood disorder. No more medications - then I feel all we have to do is; metaphorically hold our breath for a while.

Question. 19.  How does your answer relate to; "altering  or not personality?"

Answer. 19. In order to answer this one has to ask. "Were the ancients entirely wrong,"  as recent discoveries have resurrected some very old ideas about Bloods  properties with its transformative power and restorative value being explored and discovered within Blood studies.

Question. 20. For the discussion may we accept the ancient Blood explorer's were not entirely correct? So how may we explore this?

Answer. 20.  In the 1970's two rodents were united surgically - the Blood from Young Mouse was caused to flow to the older Mouse.

A. The older mouse which much to their surprise became much more rigorous.

B. Rather strangely; nothing came of this exciting revelation - thus nothing much came of the research, as it was discontinued through lack of interest.

Question. 21.  Why do you feel nothing came of this research? Was it lack of knowledge?

Answer. 21.  If one takes into consideration the sister paper to this one Diuretic Medications and the Sections: 26. A.  1. - 84. 335.  Conclusion... 336. - 85.  197. 1 and 88. 1. Relating to the ingredients in modern day medications - it is clear to see, if one opens ones Mind, there is no profit in a cure or an exacting understanding of Blood or the Human Body.

A. Thus anything that threatens the Medical Professions perceived air of supremacy even in those days was dismissed as novel but of no scientific value.

B. Most eloquently demonstrated by the old adage; Medical Science buries its successes and never Blinks, Looks back or ever - asks why.

Question. 22.  How then is Medical Science going to perpetuate its perceived position of power and of having scientific proof?

Answer. 22.  In the last decade interest has been reignited in Switzerland.

A. Although the idea has been around for a long time - the renewed interest in Blood with the recent discovery of Stem cells that can become many different types of cells and maintain and repair the Human Body.

B. In early life they are very active - in later years they gradually switch off.

Question. 23.  Accepted - what is the next step in order to validate this process?

Answer. 23.  Much the same as Humans the memory of a Mouse gets worse as they age and the Brain loses its connections.

A. In Mouse experiments - an old Mouse in a test shows confusion, but when another Mouse of the same age is infused with Young Blood it is rejuvenated, thus returns to Young activity.

B. When the Brains of Old Mice treated with young Blood were dissected - it can be seen the neuron's are talking to one another; this is how communications are made and is the formation-foundation of memory.

C. Something in Young Blood seems to be stimulating reassemble themselves cause a change in the neurons change the shape of the neuron itself  trigger stem cells in to action. turning back the biological clock it is a finding that is truly staggering in its implications.

Question. 24.

A. What is you view as to how a mouse appeared or became rejuvenated?

B. Have any Stem Cell trials studies in Humans been carried out yet?

Answer. 24.

A. Simple - the Mind saw the infusion as a Poison and thus the Mind and the entire system was put on high alert in order to dismiss the Poison.

1. It is how long this lasts or is replaced by something far worse than aging is of importance - perhaps this is the reason  these experiments ceased on the 1970's

B. It appears not yet, although there are studies being lined up to evaluate the possibilities in the early signs of Alzheimer's.

Question. 25. Can you image a time when older People buy Blood from youngsters in order to reverse their memory?

Answer. 25. I hope they do not do that, surely we must learn well before then the real truth about Blood, transfusions and Stem Cell implants.

Question. 26.  Are you suggesting there is something in the understanding of Blood - yet we still have a long way to go?

Answer. 26. As Medical Science has learnt more about Blood it has lost much of its mysteries and it is hoped more can be identified leading to the minimal amount of useful factors needed to lower Blood problems in a much better and more controlled way.

Question. 27.  What if anything do you feel is required to be identified in order to enhance the understanding of Blood?

Answer. 27. It is quite strange with the mythology  surrounding  Blood it turns out after all there is something behind it.

A. Thus ancients myths had at their heart a truth something and there really is something in Blood that had the ability to turn back time.

B. Something nowadays attributed to Blood from a perspective of Science where perhaps there really is something unique in Blood that will turn back time.

C. Blood is a hidden wonder of a Body working to maintain health every second of life. 

D. The real power of Blood in its ability to transform and conclude Blood really is a very special juice.    

Question. 28. Surely you are not going to end here? There must be some more?

Answer. 28. Yes answer 27 was a bit cheeky - how many times can one say the reality exists - nothing in known of real value. Moreover - Within this document where the framework has been provided in essence by Medical Science with its long history - there are so many points that we could discuss and expand on; perhaps until the end of time.

A. Perhaps the only important point is apart from my own input - the Mind has not been mentioned ONCE.

B. Is it possible Medical Science now so near to 2017 is still so blind - or is this a purposeful thing based on, some-unknown entity is holding the puppet called Medical Science in such a way as to turn its puppet head away from reality.

Question. 29. Ok, now you have set the scene - where do we go from here?

Answer. 29.  May we appear to divert a little.

Animal Slaughter.

Section. 77.

A. Animal Slaughter.

B. There are some Two Million Animals slaughtered for food every month in the United Kingdom alone.

C. Let us explore the process leading to slaughter and of the concern of the Animal Welfare and the reason behind caring.

D. When they enter the Abattoir they are ushered into a calming area whilst waiting to be killed.

E.  The Animals are kept in this area until they pass through to what is know as the stun box.

F. This area is very important and is where the duty veterinarian ensures the Animal is fit and healthy before proceeding to the stun box.

G. This time is specifically designed to give the Animal time to settle down from the crowed travel box and rest.

H. Because any stressful situation has a negative effect on the Animal and the eventual taste and quality of the Meat.

I. Keeping the Animals calm is a priority for when they are fearful - Animals release a distress chemical cortisone and this affects the quality of their meat making it tougher and discoloured.

J. If the Animals are not treated properly right up to the final stages - not only does have an effect on the meat it will affect also the financial reward by up to a couple of hundred pounds - sterling. 

K. Thus will end up in some Processed meat product because it is dark in colour and unattractive to retail customers - instead of prime meat with a bright red colour.

Question. 30. All very interesting but how does this relate to Humans and Blood?

Answer. 30. Is it not fair to say ALL Animals have Blood the same as Humans.

A. The real interesting part of this is the reference too:

1. Concern.

2. Welfare.

3. Calming. 

4. Animal is fit and healthy.

5. Time to settle down. 

6.  Stressful situation has a negative effect.

7.  Eventual taste and quality of the Meat.

8.  Fearful.

9.  Cortisone. 

10. Meat making it tougher and discoloured.

11. If the Animals are not treated properly.

12. Financial reward.  

13. End up in some processed meat product.

Question. 31. So what was interesting within 30. A. 6.?

Answer. 31.

A. There is Myth; Animals going to be slaughtered do not experience stress.

B. Or does this statement demonstrate mankind knows very little - yet professes a lot.

C. When I look at the success of Medical Science, I despair and the contradictory comments made are at the cusp of such Medical Science success.

D. Yet People believe such so-called evidence.

E. A Human Body has between 2 and 4 thousand chemicals within and if we accept an Animal the same - just one of them agitated by stress is sufficient to change the colour of the animal’s meat, this is by Veterinarians; well known. 

F. When such times Medical Science accepts all Animals that includes us Humans have a Mind and understands the activity deep within and how it effects in an instant - every chemical in the Body - then and only then will comments as with this Myth conclude; it may well have been of novel interest - yet still not be of scientific value.

G. Moreover by comparison to Animals - Humans know nothing.

H. Animals are able to tell, but us Humans never listen - there is an earthquake on the way as well as travel great distances with perfect precision timing to the food availability without any form of GPS or Compass.

I. Turn Man around on his own axis and he becomes giddy and lost.

J. Therefore are we not able to consider an Animal will experience stress but have the wisdom and integrity whilst waiting for the Body Chemistry to respond by appearing to be calm - or is it numbed in the Mind by its own chemicals man cutely calls Brain Fog. 

Conclusion. 31. Surely one could only be a Medical Scientist - thus blinded by Science, to see almost exclusively all comments relate to  damaging a Mind thus in turn a Body.

A. If this the case with Animals awaiting slaughter; why does it not apply to Humans especially Children.    

Question. 32. May I ask a number of questions?

A. Does dehydration have any effect on the Body and cause the Brain to shrivel?

B. And in so doing causing what appears to be the foundation for memory loss?

C. Can or is it Young Blood, that appears to be making the difference that so excites Medical Scientists?   

Answers. 32. Nice questions, let us answer them in the same order.

A. In considering Dehydration one has to accept. Once a Body is in this situation no amount of liquid consumption will ever resolve and rehydrate the Body, as it is not biological at all - it is a process of the Mind.

1. Thus it will insidiously cause the entire Body to shrivel including the Brain.

B. Whilst we have to accept when the Brain is shrivelling there will be catastrophic effects on every aspect of the Body - however should we not accept there is a Mind controlling everything and the Mind until the Person is dead is still highly active; thus memory is intact.

1. However as Memory loss or the inability to remember is not the problem no more than the dehydration whilst it appears there is Memory loss or the inability to remember.

2. One would be deluded - if one did not accept it is a desire to Forget is the Problem giving rise to the Dehydration and apparent Memory loss.

C. Whilst it would be nice there really is something in young Blood  and it really does create hope of improved understanding  and treatments for the future.

1. Sadly we have to look at past experience to make a more secure understanding in order to answer your question.

2. Whilst the improved sophistication of Blood Grouping knowledge and the ability to give safely a Blood transfusion - must not be undervalued nor overlooked, there are serious clues from the past, where. "Blood Killed many more People than it saved."

3. If we now consider Blood is no more than a chemistry expression and the Body a chemistry set - mix the wrong chemicals and all goes wrong.

4. There are - we are scientifically led to believe between two and four thousand chemicals in the Body - thus it must be said; all of them are in the Blood.

5. Therefore when Blood is infused and circulates around the Body it will pass through the Brain where the Mind will seek to see it as an intruder and instigate an immune response to the entire Body.

6. Here lay the reason why - One Person in the early days of Blood Transfusions survived; his Mind was set in such a manner as to accept the Poison - in the same manner as a Womb and a Foreign Body Sperm.      

7. Where this may well be seen is in a Person Anxiety level rising - caused by the foreign Blood and its own innate chemistry; no matter how much it is spun.

Question. 33. Nicely rounded thank you. Are there any items we have left out that brings the section to a satisfactory close. 

Answer. 33. Blood contains DNA and the Minds reason for making the Blood coupled with the Mind and perceived poison of DNA and another Persons Blood - if the traumas causing the originating disorder has not been resolved, this will have an impact on the personality of a Person that may not or will not ever be seen; but will however be there.

A. Giving rise to the Scientific belief. Blood transfusions will not alter a Persons personality - because Humans do not have a Mind.

Question 34. In attempting to assess this paper and all of its complex subjects - Based on what appears to be the strongest evidence from the profession themselves, where do you think Scientific Medicine will or should go next?

Answer. 34. It is not so much as where they will go that is important it is where they are now.

A. For a while now almost faster than the speed of light in true medical science fashion to be on the perceived gravy train before it leave its departure position...

B. Sensing or even with prior knowledge the legalizing of, or being encompassed into the medical model a substance that will have serious implications on the activity of Blood...   

C. The Brain is being researched to extinction - only the Mind can surely be left to explore. 

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 Marijuana-Cannabis.

Section 78.

Question. 1. How are you going to link Marijuana to Blood?

Answer. 1. 

A. THC is the main psychoactive component of Marijuana also known as Cannabis - that is responsible for the Mind-altering effects of the drug, but the exact mechanisms by which it produces such effects have been unclear.

B. Now, researchers have pieced together the clearest picture to date of how THC binds to a specific cannabinoid receptor in the Brain to produce the "high" associated with Marijuana us.    

C. Note the subtle move from Mind altering drug to Brain receptors.

D. None of this for this discussion is relevant - what is; the medical profession and many others; are for the moment accepting this Plant is a modern day Miracle Cure - which so far, everyone has dreamed of or wished for, but never been able to posses.

E. Whilst my desire is without question - for just once the Medical profession to be right about something, wisely I am able to look back along the timeline of health care and am only able to see bumps and scrapes - never a smooth ending.

F. Leading to not only serious tears for all; but more importantly the desire or feeling as to where the medical profession and indeed one might be wise to add the complimentary alternative field of medicine goes next.

G.   Surely it must be said - if all Humans do not encompass the Mind and its activity post traumatic incidents and how it as a result interacts with the Body via the Brain and the entire Body Chemistry, not only in the tissues but in the substance so readily used for life experiences of what one may call. "Excitement," then the only direction is oblivions via unnecessary Blood Letting...  

...Clearly it can be seen there is no real value attempt to understand...

Question.  2. How might one be able to demonstrate this last comment?

A. As it appears ...Constant Blood tests have in real-terms explored and understood very little?

B. Is this aided and abetted by the most serious possibility without Amino acids minimising Protein Size - there is a serious possibility, we would not stop growing?

Answer. 2.

A. It would not be my desire to feel or think anything other than  excitement  for this finding relating to Medical Cannabis - sadly with the long-term experience of constant Blood test, not providing any secure answers and as this substance has to be transported and thus delivered by the Blood will there be any long-term improvement in symptoms seemingly magically treated by this natural substance. 

1. However it poses a question for me. "Why was it not mentioned and studied many years ago and how long do the effects last - once consumed."

B. Strange question within this section - however none the less important.

1. It is well known thus studied - Amino Acids, a natural Body chemical and carried in the Blood is required to reduce the size of the substance a Body is created with; Protein.

2. This is in order for the Protein to pass through the capillaries - and in so doing become part of our Immune systems and Body repair-replication process.

3. Thus we can consider there is something amiss with the Protein/Amino Acid process in the Blood if a Person first creates within themselves - either an Anxiety that taking cannabis as a recreation drug temporally relieves or an illness commonly known as Parkinson's Disease that almost with miraculous speed this Natural Plant is able to reduce extremely severe symptoms; in just a few minutes.       

Question. 3. Once again you demonstrate the connection between the Mind; The entire Body Chemistry and the creation of illness symptoms?

A. Leads me to request have you ever been in contact with Cannabis?

B. Have you ever been involved with Cannabis on a professional bases?

C. Have you - knowing your thoughts on such subjects, had any interesting discussions?  

Answer. 3.

A. I have never even seen let alone taken social drugs in my life - but am aware the lasting effects only are for a short-time and leave the Person with the shakes as the effects of withdrawal start to take effect.

B. Numerous times in the past Thirty Four Years have People come to me for treatment and as part of their symptom presentation say they are or have taken such substances.

1. My response is always the same - I explain as this is ONLY a symptom - in much the same manner as a Doctor prescribed medication; continue doing everything as you have been.

A. Later either your Mind will guide you into changing either the amount or simply instruct you to no longer participate.

2. Later still - if you desire to continue partaking such substances, you will be able to make an informed decision; as there will no longer be a hidden driving force.

C.  Indeed I have... 

1. Medical cannabis is a hot issue, especially following most of the United Sates of America it appears have now legalised and as of November 8th 2016 expanded their existing programs to include - some form of legal Medical Cannabis.

2. A national speaker & author on the intersection of chronic pain and appropriate treatment started a discussion about a Woman with Multiple Sclerosis.  

3.  In an effort to put substance to the discussion we put a face to the Woman by calling her Mary.

4. Mary has MS, but has a stronger will to overcome the symptoms and cannabis appears to be her last option to manage her symptoms.

5. The conversation included "I am not trying to convince, but to inform."

6. That there is Something About Mary

7. Mary and I met through Social Media. Originally she wrote a comment in response to "Marijuana - science still half-baked."

8. Sadly the discussion was not a fruitful as I desired as this extract explained. "MS cannot be cured and there is apparently nothing in the pipeline that would."

9. I had no option but to respond "One only has to read this comment to understand the problem."

A. When is the medical profession going to look back along its timeline to see it has not once ever cured an illness.

B. A life time of pills is not a cure it is long term medical assisted death.

C. And thus just to say on behalf of dedicated Doctors. "We Doctors do not have a clue as to what we are talking about."

D. And Medical Cannabis is only a nail in the coffin waiting to be hammered in by medical science with its usual, explanation. "Scientifically proven - Of NOVEL but no scientific value."

Question. 4.

A. But what do those trends mean to someone who needs Cannabis - Medically prescribed or not?

B. Have you been in other discussions regarding the seemingly magical powers of this wonder plant.?

Answer. 4. Yes recently on Social Media there was a video posted... A Man with what in the video appeared to be and was described as very severe or even late stage Parkinson's Disease.  

A. It would not be my desire to feel or think anything other than excitement for this finding - However the content of the video did pose a question for me. "Why was it not mentioned  how long do the effects last as they are not covered in the video.

B. I have never even seen let alone taken social drugs in my life - but am aware the lasting effects only are for a short-time and leave the Person with the shakes as the effects or withdrawal start to take effect.   

C. Before what may be randomly named as Delirium Tremens (DTs) return - explained as  a rapid onset of confusion usually caused by withdrawal from many drugs. 

D. The video did not contain the full Patient history leaving me unsure of the details but am obliged to say - anything is better than what he had clearly been putting up with.

E. I feel sure - even in my lack of knowledge; it has been  known for decades the value of this Plant but as usual it had been outlawed in order it appears for the DRUG COMPANIES could capitalize their medications instead.

1. It saddens me to think that so many have suffered because of; Financial GREED.

F. It also left me to ponder. As Talking is the therapy I use and as a Therapeutic Trickery or a temporary effect  - could I achieve the same and in a similar amount of time just by talking.

1. As for me the effect was achieved far to quickly for the drug to be assimilated and absorbed by the Body Chemistry and delivered just to the right place.

2. Leaving me no option - once again to consider this illness is a process of the Mind affecting the entire Body Chemistry, thereby through the medium of the Blood creating inflammation causing injury to the connective nerve tissues.

Question. 5.

A. In this section Question 1. B. It was described. "understood how the Brain produced the "high" associated with Marijuana use."  

B. Do you feel the scientists have understood this and are you able to explain it in simple detail?

Answer. 5.

A. No not in the slightest - once again there is a serious scientific determination to ensure this disorder is kept biological and that is why and how Marijuana works.

B. I like the "simple," because that is what it is and the reason Medical Science does not - will not; understand this.

C. For although they say they like simple answers to complex questions my findings are the complete opposite - they only are comfortable with unanswered questions it appears.

D. In simple terms as you requested - there is no such thing as a "High" from any drug or even alcohol.

E. Of course we are mainly talking about the inappropriate or over use of such substances.

F. Leading up to the point of no return - the Persons Anxiety that has to be relieved no matter what and has been since fall from the last so called high, been insidiously increasing rather like a whistle of a Kettle and in order to dismiss the fact this is a process of the Mind - take a substance they can, as everyone else will; Blame the High on to.

G. The same process as above is behind not only Blood disorders - but every illness ever discovered and will remain so until we all accept; all illness is a process of the Mind.            

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Stem-cell therapy. 

Section 79.

Question. 1. From Section. 9.  Numerous times we have mentioned  Stem Cells - are you able to summarize and is there a possibility there is a requirement to fill in some of the missing pieces relating to this interesting Scientific breakthrough?

Answer. 1.  Yes and as you suggest interesting scientific break through and when one considers the real successes of scientific medicine are difficult to find - perhaps this, in time, will demonstrate for the first time in the history of illness; a long-term and satisfactory outcome with a treatment intervention that really cures illness.

Question. 2. Do you really feel that last comment is a possibility?

Answer. 2.   This article is about the medical - Stem-cell therapy that demonstrates the use of stem-cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition.

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Bone Marrow.

Section. 80.

1. Bone marrow transplant is the most widely used stem-cell therapy, but some therapies derived from umbilical cord Blood are also in use.

2. Research is underway to develop various sources for stem cells and to apply stem-cell treatments for neurodegenerative diseases and conditions such as: diabetes, heart disease and other conditions that have so far been treatment resistant.

3. Stem-cell therapy like so many new and innovative treatment interventions has become controversial - following developments such as the ability of scientists to isolate and culture embryonic stem cells.

A. To create stem cells using somatic cell nuclear transfer and their use of techniques to create induced pluripotent stem cells.

B. This controversy is often related to abortion politics and to Human Cloning.

C. Additionally, efforts to market treatments based on transplant of stored umbilical cord Blood have been controversial.

Conclusion.

1. Whilst I must not agree with the essence of item C; "treatments based on of stored Blood." I am able to consider once again whilst not able to effect a cure elements of the medical profession once again seek to dismiss their mandate; "first do no harm and only seek a profit."

2. And in turn ask a question. "By what process or on whose authority was the  "stored umbilical cord Blood," Obtained.  

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Medical Uses.

Section. 81.

1. Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation...

A. Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) or hemocytoblasts are the stem cells that give rise to all the other blood cells through the process of haematopoiesis.

B. They are derived from mesoderm and located in the red bone marrow, which is contained in the core of most bones.

2. ...For over 30 years, bone marrow has been used to treat cancer Patients with conditions such as leukaemia and lymphoma; this is the only form of stem-cell therapy that is widely practiced.

3. During chemotherapy, most growing cells are killed by the cytotoxic agents.

4. These agents, however, cannot discriminate between the leukaemia or neoplastic cells, and the hematopoietic stem cells within the bone marrow.

5. It is this side effect of conventional chemotherapy strategies that the stem-cell transplant attempts to reverse; a donor's healthy bone marrow reintroduces functional stem cells to replace the cells lost in the host's body during treatment.

6. The transplanted cells also generate an immune response that helps to kill off the cancer cells; this process can go too far, however, leading to graft vs host disease, the most serious side-effect of this treatment.

7. Another stem-cell therapy called Prochymal, was conditionally approved in Canada in 2012 for the management of acute graft-vs-host disease in Children who are unresponsive to steroids.

8. It is an allogeneic stem therapy based on mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from the bone marrow of adult donors.

A. MSCs are purified from the marrow, cultured and packaged, with up to 10,000 doses derived from a single donor.

B. The doses are stored frozen until needed.

9. The FDA has approved five hematopoietic stem-cell products derived from umbilical cord blood, for the treatment of blood and immunological diseases.

10. In 2014, the European Medicines Agency recommended approval of Holoclar, a treatment involving stem cells, for use in the European Union.

11. Holoclar is used for People with severe limbal stem cell deficiency due to burns in the eye.

12. In March 2016 GlaxoSmithKline's Strimvelis (GSK2696273) therapy for the treatment ADA-SCID was recommended for EU approval.

Question. 1. Has there been any items within this that warrant further comments.

Answer. 1. Yes indeed. Item No 5.  Is it not fair to suggest - if a Person has cancer and it truly is a biological illness - Is the extracting of their own stem cells despite being chemically washed - not only repeating history of illness in a Person for later on, but setting the illness up to return in another part of the Body or worse in the same place.  

Question. 2. Again I say on the face of it one might feel you are against Medical Science - knowing how you think, you must have a direction in Mind?

Answer. 2. Yes it is clear - although not once  have medical science been successful and truly identified the cause of illness and as a result created a cure.

A. Although it is clear worldwide - our front line clinicians are in the most dedicated manner possible with the tools techniques and understandings to hand - with all ill People and indeed Animals; working to achieve the very best they are able to.

B. Yet the evidence suggests the only real success with scientifically proven interventions is Failure and if one is able to see with the Mind and not just the Eyes -  this is One Hundred Percent. 

C. I feel sure no one within the medical profession would argue - Blood is the only important factor in the Body - for if this stops flowing and doing its job of cleaning; it will be like our seven seas - so corrupted by Human waste under the guise of plastic; will thus terminate a life very quickly.

D. This cannot be just the medical profession at fault here there has to be other answers and I feel sure we all know and say; "the truth hurts" do we truly know and accept it is supposed too - that is why it is the truth.

E. Moreover will we ever accept - Lies never stop hurting and never show the true damage they cause.

F. There has to be another reason why Blood has never been so deeply explored to give up its secrets for to do so would surely demonstrate we poor Humans have always lived a lie.

G. For behind the very core of being a Human with the constant searching for absolution from one God or another - it is clear we have lost sight of or never seen through to the real truth of all Human activity.

H. For Thirty Five years now I have advocated, argued and lost the friendship of many family members and friends - including People I have never or will never have met. 

1. By stating "we are all Children of Parents and in most cases Parents of Children all desperately searching for something we so for have not been able to find."

I. And the Medical Profession with all of its wisdom fitting into the Parent Child regime have colluded with us all - to ignore the fact; so many of our film makers publish in their films - Parents cause all illness and thus it is not possible for us all to have the only important factor nature has obliged us with the one that holds all the secrets we have not only dedicated our life to by searching for that we know we will not find. Yet often through illness this life we seem to hold so precious is destroyed or taken it far to early.

1. All because we are not allowed too or simply will not recognise we have a Master Controller over all life's activities through our memories...

...The Mind.        

Kindest regards and best wishes.

Peter Smith Talking Cures

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We all have a lot to teach and a lot to learn and learn we must.

This is my truth now tell me yours - change someone's Mind.

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...In illness - The Mind/Brain/Body is not in the slightest doing something wrong, it is desperately trying to right a serious and terrible wrong?

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