Creating Waves of Awareness
It is in this connection worthwhile to read "Vaccination: The Assault on the American Brain." by Harris Coulter. He contends that criminality is also the result of vaccination.
I might add that in my understanding of vaccinosis there is a huge part that remains undescribed, since it involves the Limbic System.
Tha Limbic System regulates personality and it is a mystery to me why it is ignored. Since vaccination often involves a more or less mild form of encephalitis, which involves the entire sheath. Within which we find the Limbic System as an integral part - nothing in the body stands ever in isolation.
Here is my take on several notable increases in different social orientation in present-day society.
Some Glaring Omissions
In all the reports we have read, we have not discovered a single mention of the thymus gland apart from its importance in youth for the development of the immune-system and its possible damage by vaccines. Science has as little knowledge about the thymus as it has about the spleen or the appendix. We shall come across a few more body parts of which they know little or nothing. While its function in youth is fairly well described, it is supposed that after reaching puberty, the thymus has done its work and retires from active service. Further down we shall come to its description.
However, in adulthood the thymus must also have a function, since my T-cells – T for Thymus – are constantly being depleted and reformed. How would such be possible, without the help of the thymus, which is moreover one of the endocrine glands? There is no reason given why such an important endocrine gland should become inactive at adulthood, other than the supposition that the T-cells regenerate automatically as long as there are sufficient to replace the depletion. When the T-cell count comes below a certain number, one is supposed to suffer from auto-immune disease, while it may be due to exhaustion, having just recovered from a disease, having received a vaccine or simply because a woman is pregnant.
Bookkeepers and Medieval Monks
Morning counts are always great, except after the night-shift, a wedding or another all-night party. Afternoon readings are always bad, because the T-cells are depleted by activity. An office clerk has better blood values than an athlete, when tested in the afternoon. Yet the first lives an unhealthy life and the second is the picture of health, except when you look at the T-cell count. Then the roles are reversed. Hence T-cell counts by themselves tell us nothing and are only good for bookkeepers or medieval monks.
Nonetheless, their name implies that the thymus must still be involved, in a manner they do not know. Since they cannot detect any secretion, they assume it is inactive. After all, an active gland releases hormones, is the contention. What if the T-cell is the hormonal function's secretion? They have never even thought about the possibility. Nonetheless, that is the only logical explanation.
In the blood we find all sorts of entities that are unknown as to their function. Béchamp, Pasteur’s better and teacher, called these ‘the third element in the blood’ and he assumed they could take on the form of vira or other defense troops, according to need in disease. While such notions never had any serious considerations let alone gained any traction - Béchamp being overshadowed by his plagiarist pupil - they deserve careful consideration. After all, Béchamp was a much better scientist than Pasteur ever would or could be and was moreover famous in his day for his thoroughness. Pasteur simply misunderstood what he saw with those birds he could not make sick and assumed that the bug had become weaker and thus no longer could infect. In reality he should have understood that germs do not cause disease.
Hence to return to the vaccines, they use the result and assume it is the cause and so have it front to back. Since these vaccines take up most of the T-cell and antigen or antibody production, they lay one open for all kinds of infections one would never get when not vaccinated.
A Graver Oversight
The second omission, which we consider much graver and serious, is the complete and utter omission of anything that even smells of the limbic system. This, after all, regulates our personality in the materialist explanation. In our view, the limbic system is the vehicle of expression for the personality.
The limbic system is also known as the seat of the personality, which Descartes sought in the pineal gland, which is the third omission in the discussion about vaccination and its results. Many researchers talk about personality changes, but none connects it to the limbic system and none speak about the pineal gland, which in our view is the connector between the soul and the body and consists of the "ahankara" or bodily identification known as the ego. In those that are not spiritually developed, it is calcified and small, with little secretion, while in those that are, it is large and active, with abundant secretion.
One can understand that physical identification equals attachment and the stronger that attachment, the more the pineal calcifies in a fixed identity structure. On the contrary, the more one gives up this identification, the less calcified ego structure and the more the pineal gland develops. While normally the length of the smallest phalanx of the little finger, in the spiritually developed, it may be as large as both phalanxes of the thumb.
Further down, we shall discuss these glands and their fuctions and structure more extensively.
The body is a vehicle for higher purposes and its construction, function and possibilities enable us to come to full self-realisation, provided we follow the proper route for such endeavours. Anatomy is not merely taking the body apart in its constituent parts, but an opportunity for wonderment and respect. Of all the parts of the body, the brain is the most important and it is also the organ we know least about, regarding its function, its structure and its possibilities. While we do know its shape and some of its functions, with most of the brain the information is at best speculative and not in any way definitive.
The brain might be called the tool of the mind, while the limbic and endocrine systems are the regulators and maintainers of our mental and emotional states. It must not be supposed that the endocrine glands cause mental and emotional states, but rather that the mental or emotional state brings on reactions from the endocrine glands to maintain or strengthen that state. Thus in situations of fear, the adrenals produce adrenalin as a reaction to the mental state, which is known as the ‘fight or flight’ reaction. This also maintains our strength for feats of either bravery or cowardice, when we either fight or run. In both cases the extra energy of the adrenalin is needed to maintain and regulate the fight or flight.
At other times, when we meditate and enter the alpha-wave, other substances are released by the endocrine glands to maintain the state of bliss or concentration we have entered. The endocrine system is connected to the seven chakras, known from yoga practices.
The pituitary or hypophysis is the most important of the endocrine glands, because it regulates our entire endocrine system. The endocrine system is important for digestion, respiration, circulation, elimination through the digestive and urinary tracts, sexual function and also it has an important influence on the functioning of the personality, since the limbic system – consisting of other glands only indirectly connected to the endocrine system – is the locus of aspects of the personality.
The endocrine hormones are important substances that help maintain the body’s functioning properly. For instance, the lack of thyroid secretion may cause obesity and diabetes. Diabetes itself is an endocrine disorder, since the pancreas secretes insulin, which also belongs with the hormones. Of all the endocrine glands, we consider the pituitary the most important, because it secretes hormones for all other endocrine glands in the body.
The Limbic System/Personality Link
Considering the personality, we discover that several endorphins and other dopamines apparently regulate our moods, for when we take these endorphins when depressed, they will lift the depression. Science considers these substances to have causal power over our moods, but such cannot be the case. Rather, it is our mood, which triggers the release of certain substances, thus maintaining that mood. Things develop from subtle to gross and not the other way around, as is evident from every art work, which begins as an idea in the mind of its creator. Naturally, we like to be happy all the time but when we feel depressed, a lack of endorphins and dopamines maintains it or other chemicals are released by the brain to keep that mood present.
Within the brain we discover some glands that have apparently no function – at least not with the endocrine system, but which are nonetheless affected by some of the hormonal secretions. We only have to mention the sex hormone testosterone and have a look at the strange mindset of the body builder that uses them, to see the correlation. These glands have a relation to the personality, but conventional medicine has no idea about the why, the how and the wherefore of these glands.
The pineal gland is the most important, since it is from the pineal that the entire personality is controlled. The pineal is the seat of the personality, one could say. It represents the ego, which identifies with the material body. The pineal gland is surrounded by three ventricles, which may be compared to a triune with separate functions. Each ventricle has an important role in our functioning in society. One regulates sexual identity, one regulates social behaviour and the last regulates physical functions in relation to personality.
These ventricles remain steady in those that develop spiritually, just as the gland that sits in their midst grows and remains active in the spiritually developed, but calcifies in those that follow a purely material pursuit.
In the vaccinated, the ventricles surrounding the pineal are damaged, because each vaccination causes an inflammation of the encephalic sheath that surrounds the brain as a connective tissue. This sheath envelopes the entire large brain and extends to the small brain and the brain-stem via those aforementioned ventricles. The encephalitis, be it ever so slight, will cause damage to the three ventricles and cause differences in pressure in each of them. This in turn will of course affect the personality and depending on the ventricle damaged most, with the development of aberrations in sexual identity, social behaviour and physical functioning.
Stuffing Supine Credulities
It is not surprising then to find that vaccination does not protect. As we know from the German experience under Bismarck, it is as good as useless, simply because of the massive dose and the way of administration. Moreover, the timing of these vaccinations is inadequate. It is not done when the epidemic rages, but at random – beginning at birth.
Some of the vaccinations can instantly kill the child – pertussis vaccine is the sole cause of cot-death. When such happens with the nanny present, she is accused of shaking the baby to death. ‘Shaken-baby-syndrome’ invariably shows as damage to the brainstem. So does vaccination damage.
In each case of parents being brought to justice for child-abuse or supposed baby killing, it will serve the prosecution to look into the vaccination records. There they will find the culprit more often than not – pertussis vaccine, often hidden in a ‘triple antigen’ vaccine DTP.
Such of course will not be welcomed by the pharmaceutical interests – Salk, ICI, Monsanto, Rhone-Poulenc, Bayer, Hoechst – for they carry the responsibility and not the parents, nannies and au-pairs or baby-sitters. They push the vaccination programs, for it provides experimental opportunities with the severely damaged survivors.
They will have untold of diseases to treat that were never seen before, but all caused as sequels to the use of massive doses of unsuitable drugs. Aids is a prime example, although not having much to do with vaccination damage. This is contrary to other views in the field. We invite them to read our polemic on the subject.
The percentages getting the disease are approximately the same as in non-vaccinated populations. They range from 6% to 18%, but are generally towards the lower % in the non-vaccinated group and the higher % in those so ‘protected’. While polio is not an eradicated disease, it is a matter of nutrition more so than vaccination.
Many people in third world and developing countries live below the minimum means of sustenance. Many places are faced with famine, due to drought, a recent tsunami or earthquakes. The cheapest available pulse is the chickpea, which when eaten as staple food, will cause polio. We use it extensively for the exact same problem – Lathyrus sativus.
It strikes us all when we see that UN food relief is often with those very same chickpeas, causing an epidemic of polio. Then the WHO rushes in with a vaccination program and the genocide has started.
We believe that doctors are good people, driven by the need to help others. We also know that in business ruthlessness and cynicism count for great qualities. It is easily conceivable that the same companies that rule the grain markets world-wide – ICI, Monsanto, Rhone-Poulenc – know this and so create the circumstances under which they can sell a large amount of vaccine that does not protect and creates terrible diseases afterwards. Mind you, it is not just vaccines that go there.
Some Unforgivable Oversights
Of all investigators into the effects of vaccination, few have mentioned the involvement of the endocrine system. If they have mentioned it at all, the allotted place of importance has been documented as one of the many effects a vaccine may have. However, we are convinced that endocrine damage is, after the encephalitis mentioned above, the prequel to all other reactions, since the endocrine system as a whole is the prime determinant in immune reactions as well as behaviour, when the secretions have gone away from the normal.
We must here reiterate that first of all the vaccine will do its damage, while some of the hormonal secretions also affect the limbic system glands, such as the amygdale and the pineal.
The Damage to the Limbic and Endocrine Systems
In the view of this researcher, the Limbic and Endocrine Systems are of far greater importance to the functioning of the person as a whole – body and mind. In particular, because of its influence on all physical processes, including those of the brain, it is the regulating authority. It is the ego-expression and identification. A damaged self-image is alienated from the self through the malfunction of both the limbic and endocrine systems and the nervous system. The different degrees of damage determine the degree of aberrational behaviour.
The degree of expressionability determines the degree of self-awareness available to the individual. Endocrine damage to the thalamus and pituitary is the main cause of aberrations in the development of the personality caused by vaccinosis.
The different degrees are defined as follows:
1. Minimal limbic and endocrine damage coupled to minimal nervous system damage causes hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder and other minor deviations.
2. Medium-light limbic and endocrine system damage coupled to minimal nervous system damage causes asperger syndrome, korsakoff and similar deviations.
3. Medium limbic and endocrine damage coupled to medium nervous system damage is the cause of rebellion against authority and damage to property or sometimes physical assault.
4. More than medium limbic and endocrine damage with medium nervous damage causes minor criminality – kleptomania, property damage, robbery, pickpocketing, store theft often or always with assault.
5. Maximum limbic and endocrine damage coupled to minimal nervous damage causes extreme violence, psychopathic behaviour, sex offences and murder.
6. When both systems are maximum damaged, autism is the diagnosis.
Autism is however a misleading nomination, when the damage is so great that the ‘auto’ or self cannot be contacted and the term "alienation" covers the state in which the individual finds himself more closely. Limbic and Endocrine damage provide only false authority, which is moreover incompletely relayed to the external awareness because of the nervous system communication breakdown. As stated before: Limbic and Endocrine damage involves authority through excess or deficient hormones that steer the damaged brain and nervous system, involving wrong communication through inadequate signals. Let us see what the textbooks teach about the endocrine system. We begin with a general description of the brain.
Nothing Right in the Left Brain
The brain has a particular structure with a hierarchy expressed in the different parts. The following tree shows this hierarchy rather clearly:
* Limbic System
* Brain Stem
The nervous system is your body's decision and communication center. The central nervous system (CNS) is made of the brain and the spinal cord and the peripheral nervous system (PNS) is made of nerves. Together they control every part of your daily life, from breathing and blinking to helping you memorize facts for a test. Nerves reach from your brain to your face, ears, eyes, nose, and spinal cord... and from the spinal cord to the rest of your body. Sensory nerves gather information from the environment, send that info to the spinal cord, which then speed the message to the brain. The brain then makes sense of that message and fires off a response. Motor neurons deliver the instructions from the brain to the rest of your body. The spinal cord, made of a bundle of nerves running up and down the spine, is similar to a superhighway, speeding messages to and from the brain at every second.’
Rather it resembles the worldwideweb, with its millions of messages going in all directions simultaneously, with every receiving part – workstation, pc, laptop, games computer, wifi and bluetooth, comparable to nerve-endings – having full broadband connection with unlinmited download and upload speed. The brain is but the communication center and the memory banks, while the mind and intelligence, as well as the ego are comparable to the staff that runs it.
‘The brain is made of three main parts: the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. The forebrain consists of the cerebrum, thalamus, and hypothalamus (part of the limbic system). The midbrain consists of the tectum and tegmentum. The hindbrain is made of the cerebellum, pons and medulla. Often the midbrain, pons, and medulla are referred to together as the brainstem.
These are all damaged after vaccination to a greater or lesser extent. Imagine the signals directed at the left brain entering the right brain and vice versa. One would no longer be able to make sense of the world, one's own position therein and the social and sexual orientation one ought to have, according to the body.
Nothing Left in the Right Brain
The cerebrum or cortex is the largest part of the human brain, associated with higher brain function such as thought and action. The cerebral cortex is divided into four sections, called "lobes": the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, and temporal lobe.
* Frontal Lobe- associated with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, move-ment, emotions, and problem solving
* Parietal Lobe- associated with movement, orientation, recognition, perception of stimuli
* Occipital Lobe- associated with visual processing
* Temporal Lobe- associated with perception and recognition of auditory stimuli, memory, and speech
Note that the cerebral cortex is highly wrinkled. Essentially this makes the brain more efficient, because it increases the surface area of the brain and the amount of neurons within it. We will discuss the relevance of the degree of cortical folding (or gyrencephalization) later.
A deep furrow divides the cerebrum into two halves, known as the left and right hemispheres. The two hemispheres look mostly symmetrical yet it has been shown that each side functions slightly different than the other. Sometimes the right hemisphere is associated with creativity and the left hemispheres is associated with logic abilities. We like to add that the right brain is connected with feeling and the left brain with rules. When these are compromised in their signaling, then the person under such conditions has literally nothing left in the brain. The entirety of thought processes would become utterly confused. The corpus callosum is a bundle of axons which connects these two hemispheres. This is also damaged after encephalitis, adding to the confusion between the two halves of the brain, inbetween which sits the Pituitary, and the Limbic System glands. As a whole, the entire brain is compromised and thus the personlaity is equally compromised.
The genes express through feedback loops with the environment and develop the body accordingly. When we expose the genes during the process of development and construction to toxins, then the genes will express the effects of those toxins in that development and construction as certain as day follows night.
Nerve cells make up the gray surface of the cerebrum which is a little thicker than your thumb. White nerve fibers underneath carry signals between the nerve cells and other parts of the brain and body.
The neocortex occupies the bulk of the cerebrum. This is a six-layered structure of the cerebral cortex which is only found in mammals. It is thought that the neocortex is a recently evolved structure, and is associated with "higher" information processing by more fully evolved animals (such as humans, primates, dolphins, etc).
The cerebellum, or "little brain", is similar to the cerebrum in that it has two hemispheres and has a highly folded surface or cortex. This structure is associated with regulation and coordination of movement, posture, and balance.
The cerebellum is assumed to be much older than the cerebrum, evolutionarily. What do I mean by this? In other words, animals which scientists assume to have evolved prior to humans, for example reptiles, do have developed cerebellums. However, reptiles do not have neocortex.
'Limbic System: The limbic system, often referred to as the "emotional brain", is found buried within the cerebrum. Like the cerebellum, evolutionarily the structure is rather old.'
Linear development does not exist in nature - everything is cyclic. The linear idea of evolution is therefore an oxymoron.
This system contains the thalamus, hypothalamus, amygdala, and hippocampus.
Underneath the limbic system is the brain stem. This structure is responsible for basic vital life functions such as breathing, heartbeat, and blood pressure. Scientists say that this is the "simplest" part of human brains because animals' entire brains, such as reptiles (who appear early on the evolutionary scale) resemble our brain stem.
The brain stem is made of the midbrain, pons, and medulla.’
What is the matter with the pineal gland? It is significant to notice two omissions so far, which are the thymus and its function, about which they know very little and the pineal gland, of which they know nothing at all.
Midbrain/ Mesencephalon- the rostral part of the brain stem, which includes the tectum and tegmentum. It is involved in functions such as vision, hearing, eye movement, and body movement. The anterior part has the cerebral peduncle, which is a huge bundle of axons traveling from the cerebral cortex through the brain stem and these fibers (along with other structures) are important for voluntary motor function.
Hippocampus- the portion of the cerebral hemisphers in basal medial part of the temporal lobe. This part of the brain is important for learning and memory; for converting short term memory to more permanent memory, and for recalling spatial relationships in the world about us.
Hans Selye - 1937
Evidently, damage to the thymus gland has severe repercussions, as the literature of vaccine damage records so frequently. The incidence of juvenile diabetes is another example of endocrine damage, together with allergies to foodstuffs and arrhythmia or rheumatism. None of the researchers have stressed the importance of these findings, with the exception of Selye, whose work has been almost completely forgotten, since they were done in 1936-37. His last contribution is from the 1978, where he has bundled all his research together. This is already 30 years ago and ignored by the orthodox establishment.
Dr. Scheibner has quoted him in her book on vaccination, but she also devotes only a small chapter to the subject and has missed the importance of his work. Prof. Coulter does not mention him anywhere in his writings, which stand out in his thoroughness and his hesitation to call a spade a spade. The reluctance with which some investigators approach the subject borders on the fearful – possibly for their position or reputation. After all, if one is part of the orthodox establishment one risks excommunication, vilification and ridicule, resulting in losing one’s livelihood. If one is outside the mainstream one is simply ignored, or if too loud, vilified and "made an example of". Not a prospect to look forward to.
Those that do mention endocrine damage only mention the damage done to the individual glands, without appearing to realise that the entire endocrine system is involved. They also seem to forget that the endocrine system is involved in every immune-response and that damage done to one gland implicates that the entire system is involved. To understand the endocrine system as a whole, it is necessary to look at how it functions in health and in disease. Evidently, hormonal secretion is different in health and disease and this very secretion gives us valuable clues to the damage caused by different toxic substances.
Since we know that vaccines cause severe damage to the brain and since this damage has received the most attention from the researchers, it is necessary to point out that hormonal secretion can cause brain-damage and behavioural aberra-tions. Confusion about sexual identity and other sexual aberrations, such as hormonal imbalance of the different glands, are also among these effects. Other hormonal imbalances resulting in ‘diseases’ like diabetes, poliomyelitis, rheumatism, asthma and a host of other complaints associated with endocrine damage are frequently seen.
In all these considerations we must first consider that the pituitary gland is the prime regulator of the entire endocrine system. If the pituitary is damaged or otherwise imbalanced, the resulting hormonal secretions will also affect the other glands and functions of the entire endocrine system. Moreover, it will influence the limbic system too. It is therefore imperative that we investigate the endocrine damage from the beginning – that is, from the pituitary gland as the first to investigate.
The fact that since Selye’s investigation nothing has been done to implement his findings, nor instigated further investigation of these most important findings can be considered an unforgivable oversight.