Blood Flow Without the Heart
It’s been known that the heart is not a pump for well over a hundred years.
And the idea didn’t originate with Rudolf Steiner.
And structured water plays little part in the circulation of the blood.
And for those who think the heart is a hydraulic ram, build one yourself to find a major flaw in the theory.
So if the heart is not a pump, what is it?
The heart is a carburetor.
So what does pump the blood?
Breath of Life pumps the blood, not necessarily involving the lungs.
Do zombies have a heartbeat? Ask Wade Davis.
According to the University of Maryland …
“Death [from puffer fish-tetrodotoxin] usually occurs within hours but some patients exist in zombie like states of suspended animation for days before experiencing complete recovery.”
Do fakirs buried for 13 days and 13 nights have a heartbeat? Ask any surviving relatives of Cornet McNaghten.
Or ask any surviving relatives of Dr. John Elliotson, a friend of Mesmerist Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) is better known as an author and social critic.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The nose is a gas pump and the diaphragm is an oil pump.”
M.J. Rodermund, M.D. wrote (in 1901) …
“The full-grown hog has proven to be one of the best animals for experimental purposes, because its inner organs compare nearer to man’s than any other animal, and because their endurance under chloroform or ether for a long time without the apparent nervous shock which other animals manifest is much greater.
“The first experiment was made upon an animal weighing two hundred and fifty to three hundred pounds. After administering an anaesthetic the abdominal cavity was opened. The aorta (the largest artery that carries the blood from the heart) and the continuous arteries and accompanying veins were laid bare along their whole length to the end of the foot, making nearly four feet of blood vessels laid bare in one continuous length. The animal was then suspended by its hind legs, and the aorta was tied close to its emergence from the diaphragm; in less time than it takes to tell it the entire blood vessel (four feet straight upward) with all of the accompanying branches was empty, while the veins increased in their fullness. The aorta was then untied and the blood was permitted to circulate, and when it had found its equilibrium both the large artery (aorta) and vein were ligated at their emergence from the diaphragm, thus absolutely cutting off the circulation from any influence from the heart — the arteries all emptied themselves of their blood just as readily as when the artery alone was tied, the only difference being that the veins of the lower portion of the body became full. This experiment alone demonstrates beyond question the fallacy of the old teaching.”