Tuesday, September 2, 2014
We all have flaws in our genetic software that predispose us to certain health problems. Many of these flaws can be corrected.
Pictured with this post is a cross-section of a strand of DNA. Profound new discoveries reveal how problems may exhibit as predispositions or tendencies to certain symptoms, due to poorly treated disease.
Wikipedia defines epigenetics as "The study of inheritable changes in gene expression or cellular phenotype caused by mechanisms other than changes in the underlying DNA sequence – hence the name epi- (Greek: επί- over, above, outer) -genetics."
The epigenetic miasms of Syphilis have been tracked and mapped by homeopathic physicians for over two hundred years. The spirochete that causes Syphilis is very much like the spirochete of Lyme disease, only the Lyme spirochetes have 5-6 times more genes in their DNA than Syphilis bacteria! Imagine the epigenetic predispositions that may be passed down to the offspring of those only treated with antibiotics, whose doctors didn't address these epigenetic issues so that they are not passed on generationally.
There are pages of text outlining the epigenetic predispositions and tendencies in the offspring of people treated for Syphilis using only antibiotics.
There are no texts outlining the predispositions for Lyme disease, though we can project some of what we can expect with Lyme epigenetic miasms in the people with antibiotic-treated Lyme disease and their offspring through what we know about Syphilis.
This will get a bit scientific but stay with me! Most of you have been forced to do a lot of your own research since you have been sick, so I know you are smart enough to understand this topic.
I want you to understand some of the science behind this topic. (also listen on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tB8XAJ-gYA)
Science has uncovered the cause of the epigenetic miasms that homeopathic medicine has been tracking for over 200 years.
According to research recently reported in the journal "Nature" and the New York Times, "...scientists have discovered a vital clue to unraveling these riddles. The human genome (The genetic code of human DNA) is packed with at least four million gene switches that reside in bits of DNA that once were dismissed as “junk” but that turn out to play critical roles in controlling how cells, organs and other tissues behave. The discovery, considered a major medical and scientific breakthrough, has enormous implications for human health because many complex diseases appear to be caused by tiny changes in hundreds of gene switches."
The articles go on to say, "The findings, which are the fruit of an immense federal project involving 440 scientists from 32 laboratories around the world, will have immediate applications for understanding how alterations in the non-gene parts of DNA contribute to human diseases."
These epigenetic switches control the dynamic shifting of the basic blue print that is in your DNA. These switches control what "genetic software glitches" screw up your long-term health and what gets passed down to your offspring. It also explains the tendencies and predispositions that you were born with from illnesses in your family history!
Remember, each cell has a ten-foot strand of DNA. Each strand of DNA has 4 million epigenetic, biophotonic switches that control moment-by-moment changes in the expression of your DNA in response to changes in your internal and external environment.
The really amazing thing is that if the sequence of just one single cell's four million epigenetic switches are changed, not just that cell changes, every single strain of DNA in your body instantly changes in the same manner.
Diseases such as Lyme disease can cause these switches to flip on or off in an infinite number of ways, causing flaws in the expression of your DNA. These flaws set up the predispositions and tendencies in all of your cells.
It could be that the epigenetic flaws in these switches, from illness in your family history, predisposed you to many of the symptoms that you didn't acquire during your brief time on earth.
Now you know why Lyme disease can cause so many diverse symptoms from one person to another. The disease is expressing itself through your unique epigenetic miasms.
By the way, just like the homeopathic physicians of old figured out how to correct the epigenetic miasm of Syphilis, the work we do at the Hansa Center, as well as the clinical work in hundreds of other clinics around the world are working on ways to shift these epigenetic switches through homeopathy and other forms of frequency-based, energy medicine. Do not be afraid, be knowledgeable, and seek out doctors who understand these concepts.
Stay tuned, there is more to come. Hopefully I didn't scare you away with all this science...are you all still with me?
If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, you might consider coming to the Hansa Center. Our doctors and staff do not want you for a "life-time" patient. We don't want you to have to take fistfuls of supplements for the rest of your life. We want to bring to bear the maximum applied effort and science, to gently, yet definitely help facilitate your body's ability to get you out of your illness as quickly as possible. This is not "cookbook doctoring." It is not doctoring following some "famous" doctor's protocol. It is dynamic testing and treatments that are hyper-tailored to your body's specific needs.
The ideal doctor is not a specialist in diseases, but one who understands disease, yet specializes in restoring what is optimum.
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