11-30-2002, 08:11 AM
• Brola W, Wegrzyn W and Czernicki J (2002). [Effect of variable magnetic field on motor impairment and quality of life in patients with multiple sclerosis]. Wiad Lek 55:136-43. Summary: Modern treatment of multiple sclerosis (SM) takes into consideration the current stage of the disease, symptomatic treatment and modification of the course of the disease. The most promising method of management is immunotherapy. It is, however, effective only in some cases, in patients with low degree of disability, and it is rather expensive. In view of some recent reports concerning the possibility of utilisation of variable magnetic fields in the treatment of SM, the study was undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of impulses generated by magnetic field obtained by means of VIOFOR JPS stimulator. The study was carried out on 76 subjects with long-term history of clinically confirmed SM. The mean duration of the disease was 8.5 years, and the mean age of the patients 37.8 years. The patients were divided into two groups: the study group and the controls. In the study group the patients were exposed to magnetic fields generated by VIOFOR JPS. Magnetic stimulation was not applied in the control group. The progress of the disease according to EDDS and the quality of life according to Testa and Simonson Questionnaire were assessed on admission and after 21 days of stimulation. No significant differences between the groups were found with respect to motor impairment evaluated using the EDDS score (6.2 at the beginning of the study and 5.1 after 21 days; in the control group--6.1 and 5.6, respectively). The quality of life was found to be significantly better in the group exposed to magnetic field stimulation than in the controls (p < 0.01). Particular variables contributing to the physical, psychological and social component of quality of life were analysed in detail. The most significant difference was observed with respect to the improvement of mental condition of the patients [alleviation of depression, elimination of anxiety, better emotional control), as well as to the decrease of muscle tone, dysaesthesia and painful sensations. No side effects were observed in any of the cases. The obtained effects encourage us to recommend magnetic stimulation as a method supplementing symptomatic treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis. Oddzialu Neurologii Szpitala Sw. lukasza w Konskich. firstname.lastname@example.org
Terminology comment: The difference between feinstoffliche energies and hardware is, that the latter is atomic-molecular,
and the prior is simplified like energies centered outside by those going spirit travelling.
I am not sure on the English term of feinstofflich. Whether in English or German, I tend to use feinstoffliche Energien / energies and hardware as terms.
"No significant differences between the groups were found with respect to motor impairment"
Magically regarded it seems to require hardware for movement control.
A magical interlink aiming mainly for feinstoffliche energies alterations does not seem to do the job.
With artificial energies to interfere into akasha balances of cells, makes me wonder if that can increase mutation risks at gene string readoffs.
Quite a number of electromagnetic wave experiments have already confirmed it can increase cancer rates.
Just to get some mental effects of doing whatever, one might also send someone to a sham, who makes hokus pokus often.
If the person strongly believes, "oh, I am helped, here is the professional, and now I have more chances all is getting better"
this could have effects like described there on mental welfare as well.
Therefore effects that just resemble that ain't impress me much.
Then to just wriggle the paraphernalia still seems to be far less dangerous, than to interfere with artificial energies into natural energetic balances not even understood far by Westie science, apart from that a number of electromagnetic waves can increase mutation rates and dangers that something goes wrong in the gene string readoff.
If it comes to such mutations, the effects might not even straight be noticed.
And with good luck the autoimmune control is fighting with success.
However to just make hokuspokus in a more professional seeming way, maybe also with placebos, seems to be more harmless in potential dangers for mental effects, than to meddle with artificial energies into hardly understood internal feinstoffliche energies & hardware correlations, also where it comes to the readoff of genestrings and mutations.
I'd like to explain another term:
An m-virus, alike a computer virus or c-virus, is not a virus like some genetic string sneaking itself into a cell and turning it sort of into its factory to make more of it.
M stands for Magie // magic(k).
In magical interlinks with other persons there are problems that one can get from the other brain into one's own.
And then have oneself as a problem.
An m-virus is like a main category for all problems that one can sort of magically catch oneself via magical interlinks with another.
Among the m-virus class is for example Restless Leg Syndrome. Though it might be just going off if the person with it is in range, and when that person has left, then it is fading out again.
Other m-virus problems can be more persisting.
Research of what all has m-virus potential in Germanic Magie does not seem to be far progressed here.
Among the questions if such has m-virus capacities are cancer, mutliple sclerosis and Alzheimer's.
In context with a theoretic concept, what if one were to transprogram magical capacities of someone with multiple sclerosis up,
so that at least the old magical communications systems are getting more powerful,
if the historically newer seeming hardware communications systems are sort of having breakdowns,
I wondered if there is m-virus danger to that and the other mentioned, and asked one whom I regard to be a Magier // magician, and another, whom I regard also to be among the most remarkable magical capacities we are having in Berlin, independently about their opinion there.
Both said, they do not know, but with the connected question is there m-virus danger if interlinking with someone with multiple sclerosis, warned to be careful.
After getting me several times Restless Leg Problems from someone with it, I decided I do not intend to find out if I can get me multiple sclerosis to, and that terminated the LSD magical curiosity, could an increase in magical interlink capacities, and maybe trying to program the brain towards a bit older settings more, be used to at least partially compensate a for the loss of hardware connections.
However, there was straight in the processing about that along, that for motor control it seems to take hardware.
So even if teaching the person to run magical interlinks directly from the head to a finger through the air, or if still able to move, to hold a finger up and trying to find on the opposite side in the brain regions that are correlating with it, and trying to train up that akasha interlinks go direct between them through the air,
it does not solve the problem that for moving the finger hardware connections seem to be needed.
So the energetic interlinks, even with hardware connections between breaking down, might still be established for example a bitsy to a finger or so,
but the calculations straight had in them, for motor control that ain't seem to do.
That takes hardware.
Also therefore I think messing around with artificial energies into own akasha harmonies ain't gonna do for motor control.
To come to a rather differing topic:
As cancer was among the suspects for m-virus danger, I found a story about the Red Indian Lakota Frank Fools Crow remarkable about how he healed a brain tumour.
I had thought another time with mutations, if I were to translink the equivalent region in my brain with a tumour region, who is telling me that the adaptations, if taking place, would go over there to mine, and not mine to over there?
Two of the top magic capacities of this city not, and I was not really out for finding out.
I therefore found this story remarkable, as he seemed to use a mammal fur in the process, in other words once consisting of alive mammal cells related to us.
There was a part where I did not get if he used hallucination magic, which seems rather common in Red Indian Magie and theirs among the top ranking of Earth for that,
or used telekinetics, or how he was moving that fur there, but it seemed to turn for spectators around watching it back into the mammal it once was.
The story sounded like the fur was however smurfed to the forehead of the man to the region behind which the tumour was, and sucking energies used.
And Frank Fools Crow healing the brain tumour.
I thought, interesting method. Running pull energies through it, and using not one's own systems as central target for where they go.
That seems to solve the problem brilliantly.
Though more levels beyond my capacities than I wish to even estimate.
(Other parts of the story were, the man who had come with the brain tumour to the healer Fools Crow, had there already an operation date in a Westie hospital to cut the region out.
But he was afraid of that, therefore first turning to a tribe healer.
But he went to the operation date to the hospital, and said he wants pictures made again. (CT? I forget.) They were impatient, and said, we already did the pictures.
But he insisted, and they did make them again, and the tumour was gone.)
I ran some grey magic theory calculations.
Figuring the method seems rather interesting for mutations where the cells are still in the place where they belong.
But for cancer where the cells do not belong, for example before sort of hollow spaces like the milk (?) ducts in a female breast, there the method seems not applicable.
Reminding me of a conversation I had with someone of science rather interested in cancer, also in context of healing methods elsewhere.
He mentioned a method elsewhere:
I think it was from India, that they open the skull, and stick in ... was that maggots? Or some worms? I believe it was a maggot form.
Into the cancer area, and that they eat it up.
If I understood that right, later they are removed again.
I said, with died of centers of tumours, if them like to eat dead stuff, I could imagine it works fine that they eat out the dead stuff.
But if they were to eat life stuff, how would they know what is mutated cell and what is non-mutated cell?
There I somehow do not get how that should work.
He seemed not sure if the method is restricted to where cells died off, or not.
... Just discussing the topic here with R., he said something like, maybe the mutated regions have a chemical difference, therefore tasting differing to the maggots.
And the immune system maybe also not defending the mutated, because they might be sort of off with the other systems.
I said (in German) like, but how is the immune system supposed to fend off some sort of maggot?
And with other died off stuff, like at a leg I have heard before that maggots or such could be used to eat off the dead stuff.
And I said, I believe a mutation might be also a mutation back to older cellular programs. (Or parts of that?)
Might not be off completely with the systems, and chemically still close enough to them.
... Anyway, just debating around, not really knowing.
And does not really belong to the central topic.
((BTW, corrected a major word swap, "left" instead of "leg". Might be more, but I am too lazy to reread the text. If something ever fails to make sense, looking suspiciously like a word swap, should it be found relevant, maybe ask. I am more used to that what I write is not found relevant anyway over there, and am often rather going on to the next stuff, also as this is not my computer, and R. tends to eventually want to have it back, with differing impatience rates.)