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Medical Viewing: Age, Cystic Fibrosis, and the Coronavirus

Updated: Mar 13

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Here we have a session that was aimed at the health of an 82 year-old father with many health problems whose son was hoping to extend his life and I was given the target by another remote viewer blind, meaning no advance awareness of the target.

The first thing to note is that we see the phrase "the answers you seek are many", and this is somewhat an open-ended target. Still I got some interesting results.

There are many relevant pearls that appear, some of these being: instruments, supplies, a lab, science fiction or future applications, alignment, waves, fields, grooves, mind waves, formula, flow, math applications, sequence, captured/affected, maintenance, isotope, isochron(e) (Isosorbide dinitrate is used to prevent chest pain (angina) in patients with a certain heart condition (coronary artery disease). ), transduce, current, monopole, laser-like, bounce in a tube, tubing, oblong, particle beam, coriander (a very beneficial herb for health maintenance, and something fourth dimensional feeling, acoustics, exchanging or transmitting from.

Static, signal, ambient, tiny aspects and minute objects, breathing in and out, release, orgone, energetic or involving mass, fine tune, and coordination are also present. Some of these things could point toward future applications of quantum technology in addition to things similar to electrostatic field therapy which can be used to treat brain and spinal cord tumors. Of course, there are things like energetic healing that can be of benefit.

Cystic Fibrosis

The next session was a blind target: View a way to treat, heal and prevent Cystic Fibrosis.

In short, the disease is "caused by mutations in the gene located on chromosome 7, that encodes the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) protein. CFTR protein works as a chloride channel on the apical membrane of epithelial cells (Turcios, 2005; Høiby, 2011; Robinson et al., 2018), and it is responsible for the regulation of chloride ions secretion and sodium ions reabsorption (Ibrahim et al., 2011b). Since the identification of CFTR gene in 1989, more than 1,500 mutations have been described, each leading to CF disease (Ratjen, 2009). Those mutations have been initially classified in five major classes according to their effect on CFTR function (Figure 1): (i) mutations interfering with protein synthesis, (ii) mutations affecting protein maturation, (iii) mutations altering channel regulation, (iv) mutations affecting chloride conductance, and (v) mutations reducing the level of normally functioning CFTR at the apical membrane" (Fanen et al., 2014).

Interestingly, the session would seem to indicate the use of a kind of Electric Field Therapy. Even though static electricity, for instance, is a common-place phenomenon, much of how and why its charges form is unknown, there is perhaps hope in the use of this therapy in the future for different diseases. And example is against the pathogens that result from CF. But also it begs the question whether it or something similar to it could be used to treat the underlying condition itself.

While I don't know if these claims are fully substantiated, a similar basis could be a starting point: "with negative electric potential, the amount of calcium and sodium ions increase in the serum that makes the blood become base. Potassium front the serum entering the cell increases cell vitality." And in a high voltage electric field, "extremely weak vibrations will be produced at various parts of the body. lnequilibriurn at various tissues organs will be fully rectified. Corresponding movements with the electric field will be produced by the cells, Intercellular cohesiveness will be relieved, and fluids within and without the cells, in particular the mineral ions in the fluids (potassium, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, and Calcium ions) will be redistributed according no their normal value (ionic effect). -

Also, lasers, light therapy, light based-detecting and quantum devices could evolve into some useful applications in the future as well.

The Coronavirus

This blind target was done in early march of 2020. The goal was to find cures and treatments for the current coronavirus pandemic. Many interesting aspects came forward, including the indication of nanoparticle approaches (silver, gold, platinum and so on) which have proven to be very interesting and useful in this area after some researching, though proper funding is still not being diverted sufficiently; also electrostimulation, action against virus structures and so forth.

Here is a summary of terms from one of the videos I made.

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