Bone: Thermal Level Of Existence
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The five causes of disease are bad nutrition, bacterial invasion, broken bone, heredity, or trauma.”
These five causes of disease correspond to the crystalline, liquid, thermal, gaseous, and sonic levels …
1) Matter acting on Matter
2) Energy acting on Matter,
3) Consciousness acting on Matter
4) Energy acting on Energy
5) Consciousness acting on Energy
“Adano,” I asked. “Which is the most important when doing therapy: the Midnight-Noon Law or the Five Element Law?”
“Neither,” he said. “The trauma is most important.”
Bone should remain high in calcium carbonate, not gradually transform into calcium phosphate (from excess grains, muscle meats, and/or soda pop).
Bone is created to bend, not break.
Three of my fingers were smashed and caught in a car door as an adolescent. I lost some fingernails, but no bones were broken.
In the U.S., 6,300,000 people a year seek medical aid for bone fractures — mostly due to malnutrition (Lunar Eating).That’s compared to less than 2,000,000 people a year being diagnosed with cancer in the U.S.
Mainstream Medicine (Dr. Evil) and Holistic Medicine (Mini-Me) share the same disinformation/misinformation about bone nutrition.
Adano Ley’s Bone Formula (eaten with lunch at midday) …
a teaspoon of dolomite (for calcium)
goat cheese or sheep cheese of the feta variety (for more calcium)
a teaspoon of ghee (for silicon)
a dill pickle (for sodium and silicon)
raw spinach (for iron)
cayenne (for “constriction-dilation”)
According to Adano …
“Bonding of the bone occurs in two ways – welding, which leaves a lip, and fusing, which makes the place of the break stronger than before. If you don’t polarize the bone after the break, it will heal with a lip.”
For those of us who don’t know how to re-polarize a bone, yawning and stretching is the slow way to do it.
X-ray bone density tests are BOGUS.
Ray Peat (“Bone Density: First Do No Harm,” 2006-2016) wrote ..
“Ultrasound stimulates bone repair.
“X-rays accelerate the rate of bone loss.
“X-rays do their harm at any dose; there is no threshold at which the harm begins.
“X-ray damage is not limited to the area being investigated. Deflected x-rays affect adjacent areas, and toxins produced by irradiated cells travel in the bloodstream, causing systemic effects.”
According to the same source …
“If a thick area like the thigh or hip is to be measured, are they aware that the x-ray dose received at the surface where the radiation enters might be 20 times more intense than the radiation that reaches the film, and that the 90 or 95% of the missing energy has been absorbed by the person’s cells?”