Pirates of the Sacred Spiral, Part 14

Genesis 1, selected verses: “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.”

Genesis 2:7 “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.”

Part 13 concluded that “…a key component of cell repair and effective cancer treatment would be to reestablish a healthy cell membrane potential in the body’s cells.”

Cells have membranes, somewhat analogous to our skin; it keeps the insides in and the outside out. Except let’s remember that cells run electrically, so currents – electrons or electrically charged molecules – must be able to pass through the membrane.  Molecules pass through the membrane using ion channels, which open and close in response to a number of signals.

You’ve heard of electrolytes, right? Gatorade?  Electrolytes must be maintained in balance to allow the flow of electrically charged particles in and out of cells.  Minerals are what carry the charges.  Positively charged minerals are CATIONS.  Negatively charged minerals are ANIONS.  The concentrations of both must be in balance.  Sodium is the main cation of fluids OUTside the cell, and potassium is the main cation of fluids Inside the cell.

“All body cells, thus, carry a weak electric current flowing through them. These resonate with bioeletrcial circuits energizing the entire organism. (Stanish, 1985)  Overall mineral, water, and membrane changes in cancerous tissues play important roles in…(the) electrical properties of cancer cells.”    Page 179

F.W. Cope described characteristic abnormalities of these conditions, referring to them collectively as “tissue damage syndrome.” Simply, the cells’ ability to transmit electrical charges is compromised.  Cells that have been damaged lose potassium and accumulate sodium and water, putting things out of balance.

Protein function is regulated by these charges, which folds them into certain shapes.  Without this folding, they cannot function properly.  These proteins will change from their normal configurations and lose their ability to structure water.

In accumulating excess water, cells begin to swell, causing PROTEIN INTOXICATION; potassium leaves the cell and is replaced by sodium, which we saw above is supposed to perform its function OUTside the cell! The water retained has an overabundance of unbound water.

A 1974 study demonstrated that malignant tissues have significantly increased amounts of unbound water! Healthy tissues simply have more structured water than unhealthy tissues.  Remember that structured water must have the proper mineral and electrical environment to form and exist.  With that in mind…

“Clinicians who recognize this fact have found that certain types of music, toning, chanting, tuning forks, singing bowls, magnetic waters, certain types of frequency generators, phototherapy, and spectrochrometry treatments, and homeopathics, correctly used, can enhance water structuring in your tissues and…improve health.”  (emphasis added)    Page 181

So cancer cells have dysfunctional membranes, preventing them from communicating normally with surrounding cells, and they simply start unregulated growth.

The electrical properties of a cell moderate gene expression! Electric charges in the cell membrane, which acts as a capacitor, are involved in DNA activation.  DNA is very effective at transferring large amounts of electrical charge.

So it is now believed that the sodium/potassium balance affects membrane health.  An imbalance can predispose a damaged cell to become malignant.

To be continued in part 15…

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