First, then, let us consider information about the BLOOD SUPPLY:
"There is no condition existent in a body, the reflection of which may not be traced in the blood supply. The blood stream not only carries the rebuilding forces to the body; it takes the used forces and eliminates them through their proper channels in the various portions of the system. We find red blood, white blood and lymph all carried in the veins. These are separated only by those very small portions that act as builders, strainers, destroyers or resuscitating portions of the system. For always in the blood stream there is seen the reflection or evidence of that condition being enacted in the physical body.
"THE DAY MAY YET ARRIVE WHEN ONE MAY TAKE A DROP OF BLOOD AND DIAGNOSE THE CONDITION OF ANY PHYSICAL BODY." No. 283-2
Twenty years later, Dr. Laurence H. Snyder? of Ohio University, speaking at the New York Academy of Medicine, told a large audience: "It would be possible for me to take a drop of blood from each of you in the audience tonight; then five years later I could return here, gather you together and take another drop of blood. Without knowing the source of the bloods, I could then assign the correct sample to the proper person."
This was a striking statement at that medical meeting; it gave some idea of the enormous gain in knowledge about human blood. It was also brought out that more facts had been gathered in the 48 months prior to that meeting than were collected in the previous 48 years. Yet Edgar Cayce, twenty years before, had predicted such a development.
Another reading (No. 108-1) stated: "The blood is the CRITERION by which conditions existent in the system may be found."
In regard to blood cells, this statement was made (1548-2): "Opposite effects exist in a system, of course, with regard to tuberculosis? and cancer?. For one is a separation, the other is a segregation?."
A man who asked if he should take injections for prevention of colds was told: "Rather let there be created through regular activities and those things we have given for creating virile red blood, that which will combat and prevent colds, than attain such a state in another way or manner." No. 279-14
A woman recuperating from an operation was told that a balance must be kept in the metabolism? and catabolism?, and explained the balance thus: No. 564-1
"But what do these terms mean? That there is proper rhythmic activity of the organs as they function for creating the elements necessary for the body's resuscitation. That is: there are certain forces in the divisions of the blood supply - red blood cells, white blood cells, lymph or leucocyte? - that must increase if there is to be recuperation or building up. Metabolism?, therefore, means keeping that BALANCE necessary for supplying same. Catabolism? means keeping the internal and external activity of the circulation, in and to the organs, in harmony and rhythmical activity, in relationships one to another. If that is done with this body ... then the improvements will be of a permanent nature."
A rather humorous remark was made to one man who asked if it would be all right for him to make blood donations: "These would not be very good for the one you gave them to, unless there are some corrections made - although this would not affect you much." Cayce (3629-1)
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Universal Heart Beat
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