HOW PARTICULATES WORK
In the segment of this website titled “What is in a particulate”, the reader was informed that a polymer is in every particulate. Also, a polymer was defined. In this segment, the focus will only be on how particulates work in a person.
A polymer makes a particulate work in four ways:
1) it breaks up the items that resist circulation and it scatters the broken pieces through electrolytic dissociation;
2) it ionizes the broken pieces by dissolving them;
3) it creates pathways for cell nourishment and biochemical reactions; and
4) it gravitates, through atomic conductivity to the low-pressure areas in the body where it is needed.
Basically, the polymer does electrolytic dissociation first, and this is followed by ionization.
What is electrolytic dissociation? Dissociation is the process of breaking up the objects that offer resistance, friction or tension when blood is circulating nutrients, water and essentials. Plaque, large amounts of LDL (bad cholesterol), debris, sludge, blood clots, gout, lithiasis, tophus, poison, toxic acids, and the toxins of bacteria, viruses and worms, etc. offer a lot of resistance when blood is flowing in the blood vessels and lymph is flowing in the lymphatic system.
If these items that offer stiff resistance to circulation are not removed, blood will stagnate in the blood vessels, and lymph will also stagnate in the lymphatic vessels. For this reason, the person will not heal.
The electrolytes that succussion produces, are molecules that are electrically charged. It is electricity that the electrolytes use to split all the items that offer resistance and friction to circulation. The process of splitting the items that resist circulation is called electrolytic dissociation.
What is ionization? Ionization comes from the word “ions”. Ions are electrically-charged particles with some magnetism. Ionization is the process where electrically-charged particles that are placed under a person’s tongue, dissolve the remnants that are still resisting circulation.
Every item that resists circulation has a negative pole and a positive pole. The polymer also has a negative pole and a positive pole. Here is the difference. The polymer consists of positive energy and it emits positive vibrations whereas the item that is resisting circulation consists of negative energy.
As the polymer is drifting towards its target (plaque, blood clot, etc.) in the low-pressure area, its negative pole will latch into the positive pole of the item offering resistance. Then, the positive pole of the polymer will latch into the negative pole of the item offering resistance. Pulling will occur in opposite directions until the item offering resistance dissolves. After it has dissolved, blood will flow fast again carrying supplies to the cells that need them. This explains why ionization is indispensable to healing at the cellular level.
How are pathways created? It is the mild positive vibrations of the polymer that create three different pathways. These pathways are: 1) electrical pathways 2) biochemical pathways and 3) nutrient pathways. No one will heal at the cellular level if pathways are not created during a treatment.
Negative energy destroys many pathways, and about 94 items and factors supply negative energy to a person. If the destroyed pathways are not repaired or new pathways are not created, it will be impossible for cell nourishment to take place, and for a person to heal.
Healing at the cellular level requires that DNA which is fragmented and the arms of the chromosomes that are broken, should be repaired. Repair cannot take place unless atoms have penetrated the cells and pathways have been created. Our cells are so tiny that only atoms can get into them. Since a polymer is a network of atoms that have formed a definite pattern, it is obvious that only a polymer can supply atoms to the cells that need them so that they can achieve their objectives.
Many herbs and all pharmaceutical drugs cannot penetrate human cells. Moreover, their vibrations are coarse. Coarse vibrations cannot create many pathways for healing at the cellular level. However, they can bring about a semblance of healing at the tissue or organ level if the factors and agents that supply negative energy are eliminated from the person’s diet and lifestyle as well as from their house, work, travel and family environments.
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