Messed-Up Holes In the Jawbone

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Re: Do you have a remedy for dental cavitations?

A cavitation is a ten-dollar word for a hole in the jawbone.

Cavitational osteopathosis is a twenty-dollar term for a messed-up hole in the jawbone.

Neuralgia inducing cavitational osteonecrosis is a fifty-dollar term for a totally messed-up hole in the jawbone.

Conventional dental X-rays often miss them, so dentists recommend getting scanned with a 3-D Cone Beam Scanner.

Regular dental X-rays are dangerous enough (the gonads and brain being most sensitive to radiation), but a person has to be nuts to expose their jaw and brain to Cone Beam Computed Tomography.

The jawbone bounces the radiation from either source directly into the thyroid, eye, and brain.

Ray Peat (“Bone Density: First Do No Harm,” 2006-2015) wrote …

“Dental x-rays cause thyroid cancer and eye cancer. Recent experiments have shown that low doses of radiation cause delayed death of brain cells. The action of x-rays produces tissue inflammation, and diseases as different as Alzheimer’s disease and heart disease result from prolonged inflammatory processes.”

Most people have multiple holes in their jawbones these days, especially common at or around the sites of extracted wisdom teeth.

Since I almost assuredly have them, I personally prefer to keep many miles between my oral cavity and the closest dentist.

Prince Philip is on record as saying, “Doctors? I avoid them like the plague.”

I apply the same policy to dentists, who are sham doctors.

That’s why medical insurance doesn’t cover dental nemesis, and dental insurance doesn’t cover medical nemesis.

Dentists were mere tooth carpenters until fluoride politics (secretly controlled by the U.S. nuclear industry) elevated their professional standing.

I’m not recommending my Aquarian philosophy or the following strategies to anyone else, but here are some of the things I do for the holes in my jawbone …

1) I oil pull every night for twenty minutes with olive oil. (Other people prefer sesame oil or coconut oil.)

2) I wash my mouth out with vitamin C, essentially “vitamin C pulling.”

3) I salt pull every night with a small amount of sodium chloride.

4) I eat raw shredded carrots every night (because teeth and jawbone problems usually originate in the intestines).

5) I eat raw cheese and raw butter for lunch.

6) I aloe pull once in a while.

7) I garlic pull once in a while, holding a clove of garlic between my teeth so I don’t damage my gums.

8) I do Hand Reflexology, Foot Reflexology, and Auricular Therapy to stimulate blood and lymph circulation to my teeth and gums.

9) I avoid fluoridated water and food grown in fluoridated water.

10) I work on Toxic Engrams associated with teeth.

Teeth Engrams symbolize “separation from Nature,” “not getting a bite out of life,” and “sexual traumas” (explaining all the kissing that takes place in toothpaste ads).

11) Etc.
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'Messed-Up Holes In the Jawbone' have 8 comments

  1. November 25, 2015 @ 4:58 pm Atom

    Excerpt from Dead Dentists Don’t Lie (available at http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php) …

    The more melatonin, the less saliva.

    The mouth’s interaction with the optical tract is why sunlight activates the flow of saliva, and why darkness decreases it.

    Open your mouth and swallow the Sun.

    A sialogogue is a drug or food that increases the flow of saliva.

    Garlic, ginger, onion, cayenne pepper, bloodroot, coffee, and sugar are examples of sialogogues.

    An antisialogogue is a drug or food that decreases the flow of saliva.

    Opium and belladonna are examples of antisialogogues.

    Saliva is stimulated by both the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.

    The sympathetic nervous system stimulates a thick saliva, while the parasympathetic nervous system stimulates a dilute, watery saliva.

    Saliva stimulated by the sympathetic nervous system promotes respiration and facilitates mating.

    Saliva stimulated by the parasympathetic nervous system promotes digestion.

    Most people’s oral immunity is set by healthy or unhealthy infections by the time the molars erupt.

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  2. November 25, 2015 @ 8:30 pm Atom

    We won’t get fluoride out of our water and food until we get rid of the entire nuclear industry (including its food irradiation spin-off) …

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBZRb-73tLc

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  3. November 28, 2015 @ 10:13 am John

    Hi Atom, please feel free to comment on these points:
    A ‘Cavitat’ machine can detect cavitations in the jawbone much more readily than x-rays. They are hard to find though.
    95% of wisdom teeth extracted leave behind a cavitation (hole in the bone). The holes become an area of dangerous bacteria. Teeth extracted in other areas can form cavitations too. They can erode the jaw bone over time there. The secret is to make sure the hole is cleaned out properly after the tooth is removed. The ligament (holds the tooth in place) must be removed using a burr drill. Then a blood clot must form which will heal the area and ensure the jawbone fills in with new bone and so does not leave a hole where bacteria colonises. If a clot does not form, you get ‘dry socket’, a very painful ‘hole’ that did not fill with a blood clot. A rule applies after extraction. You don’t get in a car or motorbike after your extraction as this (vibration) will stop a clot from forming in the hole. It is a job to get done properly to avoid these problems. Old extraction sites (wisdom) can be cleaned out too.

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    • November 29, 2015 @ 4:13 pm Atom

      That’s like scraping out the entire stomach lining to eliminate H. pylori, when goat cheese (containing butyric acid and its attendant bacteria) will easily do the job (as long as the Toxic Engram is resolved).

      Most dentists and doctors are as crazy as a box of weasels and as crooked as a dog’s hind leg. :(

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      • November 30, 2015 @ 11:17 am John

        What’s the best time to eat the goat’s cheese for that ? And how long do you need to be eating it for ? If u can’t get goats cheese what is second best to use ?

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        • December 1, 2015 @ 4:54 pm Atom

          Sheep or goat cheese are for the jaw, not for the teeth. The second hour of Heart Time is ideal.

          The time it takes depends on individual factors (pH, co-factors, hormones, blood and lymph flow, exercise, altitude, latitude, longitude, heredity, stress, toxic engrams).

          Stress and toxic engrams are two separate items.

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  4. November 28, 2015 @ 10:15 am John

    Hi Atom,
    could you expand on this some more please ?
    4) I eat raw shredded carrots every night (because teeth and jawbone problems usually originate in the intestines).

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  5. November 29, 2015 @ 4:22 pm Atom

    Teeth are often cited as a focal infection point affecting many other locations in the body, but the teeth are actually just one of these same downstream locations .

    The intestines are the actual primary focal point, not the teeth.

    Death begins in the colon, not in the teeth.

    Similarly, head concussions can be relieved by vomiting.

    The small intestines are a WORM, and the large intestines are a CATERPILLAR. :)

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