Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) cautioned …
"Hypnosis does not strengthen the brain. In fact, there is cellular deterioration of the brain.”
Hypnosis and Mesmerism are examples of Kundalini, "the accelerated constriction-dilation of tissues."
Kundalini Energy is finite, while Cosmodyne E... Read More
Native Americans were familiar with mesmerism, and practitioners were sometime skilled for practicing it.
Author, traveler, and self-taught artist George Catlin (1796-1872) was dedicated (some say obsessed) with recording “the looks and customs of the vanishing races of native man in America.
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Strawberries whiten teeth, according to Dr. Irwin Smigel, the president of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics.
The same goes for green apples, rhubarb, grapes, etc.
The common denominator is malic acid, an intermediate in the citric acid cycle.
But malic acid is more than a teeth wh... Read More
Galvanism is now called electrotherapy.
Mark Pilkington ("Sparks of life," The Guardian, Oct. 6, 2004) wrote …
"The electrifying demonstrations of [Giovanni] Aldini, [Carl August] Weinhold and others, contributed much to our understanding of physiology and electricity. Perhaps their greatest... Read More
Below is an extended quote about the electrical treatment of fibroids and uterine inflammation.
If you're only interested in the electrical treatment itself, you won't need a medical dictionary to define such words as "metritis," "pyosalpinx," and "hydrosalpinx."
The information about the type... Read More