Session 10 Aug 2019

marek760

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
Maybe just replacing the mercury filling first would be worth checking. I don't think the root canal itself has mercury but course it still has potential for infections which is my case too. :huh:
I've been thinking about replacing the mercury filling, but it won't solve the dead tooth problem, root canal is a source of regular release of toxins and very potent pathogens througthout the body, and according to Dr. Thomas Levy for five thousand extracted root canal teeth, all of them were infected and making very potent toxins, always going to releasing toxins and pathogens into the blood, it's like playing russian roulette with your health.

 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I've been thinking about replacing the mercury filling, but it won't solve the dead tooth problem, root canal is a source of regular release of toxins and very potent pathogens througthout the body, and according to Dr. Thomas Levy for five thousand extracted root canal teeth, all of them were infected and making very potent toxins, always going to releasing toxins and pathogens into the blood, it's like playing russian roulette with your health.
@marek760,

That is certainly a sobering almost depressing video but "knowledge protects".

It makes you realize why many hate going to the dentist. If you only have one root canal it may be best just to get it extracted. I have 3 so I have to think about the best way to deal with the risks. I have some mercury amalgams in addition to those teeth that I have been considering going to a specialist in removing mercury fillings since my dentist is not a specialist in that.

I am getting older and I have been doing the Iodine protocol since 2015 and I think that may be the only thing that keeps me relatively healthy along with a diet (close but not perfect paleo/keto) that avoids most of the more toxic foods.

Hindsight is 20/20 they say and if most of us knew what we have learned since finding Laura books and this forum we would probably be much better off. Unfortunately, we may not find an easy way to correct all of our medical dilemmas.

Fortunately, we do have Gaby and other forum members who can give advice good medical advice now. However; I still kind of cringe when thinking I may have to have any medical aid from the current "mainstream" medical system.

Session 14 March 1998:
A: It IS true that one is wise not to trust bold proclamations from your "mainstream" medical system, as these are motivated by intense STS energy. Also, they have proven to be wrong far more often than right. It is perhaps wise for one to reserve visits and consortations with the above mentioned "establishment" to the instances of physical trauma, and life threatening emergencies, as this is the "place" for said entities. Chronic conditions and wellness, prevention, etc., these are the realms of the homeopaths and Naturopaths, all paths inspired by 4th density STO.
Just to add a little humor there is only one session I could find the the word "roulette" and it was about a problem dog one of the forum members had.

Session 15 October 2016:
(L) And we're talking about an aggressive herding dog, because they herd cows, not sheep. Anyway, it's a rather unpleasant situation. So, we told them the dog had to go. The end result was of course that kawika and Awapuhi think that they ought to go because they don't fit. That's fine. Bringing the dog was just a bad idea. In a sense... And this comes back to my favorite theory: When you get a mutt, one in a hundred or thousand or more can turn out to be the most outstanding dog in the world. The stories you hear about mutts that are outstanding dogs are legion. Nearly always these heroic dogs are mutts. Stories, right? But the truth is that's only like 1 out of 1,000, or 1 out of 10,000. There are lots of mutts, and very few of them are ever heroic. And then most of the problem dogs that you read stories about, attacking, biting, and so on are half-breeds, not Heinz 57 generic mutts. Heinz 57, there's some chance of leveling the genes. But half-breeds, you're playing genetic roulette. Are you gonna get the worst part of each of the two parents? Is the best part of one parent gonna cancel out the worst part of the other? It's just really iffy. So, am I right about this?

A: Yes
I hope I am enough of a "mutt" that my genes may help.🐶:-P I think the "Russian roulette" is in choosing a good doctor these days.

Of course if "soul marries genetics" and "it's the soul that counts" we all have our "work" cut out for us. 🙏
 

Laurs

Padawan Learner
You can add up to 12 drops of your favourite essential oil to both ingredients mention above. I normally used peppermint oil. Eucalyptus oil is also a good addition as well.
For me brushing with baking soda has also been very helpful (especially against periodontal disease), I use it with tea tree oil toothpaste, which is super helpful against oral manifestations (fissures in tongue) of psoriasis i deal with currently.
 
Over time, I also found that brushing daily with bicarb is too abrasive, but maybe the keto diet is a factor as non-carby foods seem to leave much less residue. Either way, now 10 years fluoride-free, my toothpaste actually evolved to a dry mix of food-grade diatomaceous earth, ultrafine clay powder, bicarb and a pinch of unrefined salt. The DT is a good inert base with a decent abrasion but far less than bicarb, clay and and pink salt for remineralization, and you really don't need that much bicarb to affect alkalinity as very little of it needs to dissolve (or is able to, really) while any extra crystals will be for abrasion only. Occasionally but not always, i take a drop of a custom essential oil mix at the same time, but overtime I learned not to premix the powder in coconut oil/etc, as the oil - even in colder climes - tends to soften, which allows the solids to migrate to the bottom.

Not rinsing for a few minutes after brushing, as mentioned earlier, also seems to have worked wonders for me. After a few years of this treatment, I went back to my dentist I hadn't visited since 2010, and he couldn't believe it, caries he could see in the previous x-rays had closed/remineralized!
 

Ant22

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Thankyou Laura

I don't understand what has happened here. I have spent several hours looking as well. Did something change? I am enjoying the review however.

I am sure it was one of the girls (Galatia)?? asking about things that effect receivership, near the end of one session. I will keep looking.

Have you found the quote now? If not, I was wondering if you read about issues with root canals on SOTT rather than in the sessions? Here are some examples:



Yet this doesn't explain why you remember a session linking root canals to receivership capacity. I haven't read all sessions yet, but I have read most of the recent ones (year 2000 and onwards) and I was really interested in receivership capacity at some point. Yet I don't recall root canal being mentioned in relation to it. I did another search for receivership capacity / receiver capability and there's no mention of root canal in either context. :huh:

If something had changed you wouldn't be the only person remembering the previous version. Especially that many people here have had root canals done (myself included) so I suspect it would have attracted their attention.
 

Michal

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
Picking a time that is best to pray is not really important. What is important when a person prays is the nature of that prayer. You have to really put your heart into your prayer, that is what makes it work best.

Eskimos are generally very spiritual and in tune with nature, in their own way. Which is not likely the way of the world, in general. Yet I feel their brotherhood based on their ways. Unfortunately when humanity is involved there always seems to be exceptions to every general rule, even in the Arctic.
In monastic life (Catholic Church example of Barefoot Carmelites) a day begins early at 5:10 wake up call then so called lectio divina (reading or contemplating ? text) and at 6:00 common prayers. Seems long tradition not only in this particular monastery but also I quickly checked example of Buddhist monastery daily Schedule (starting at 4am) and Orthodox Christian monastery (Saint John the Baptist starting 3:30 am :) ). I do not say that the early prayers in different monasteries confirm anything. Just that there might be something behind such schedules. Anyway just listening to our own feeling especially those who do get up early - the feeling of the early morning is like that for me: calmness, freshness, tranquility.
 

Tuatha de Danaan

Jedi Master
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On Lethbridge, I found a pdf that has a comprehensive set of quotes from his books with much more pendulum info - see attached.
Thanks LQB for finding that pdf on Lethbridge. Following up on what I had read about him in Laura's Wave Series
the pdf contained fascinating insights into the man. He was a proverbial sceptic. His studies on insects was fascinating with their vibrations being the same as the plants they ate, giving the same readings on the pendulum. This leads him to say this points to links between so called magic and orthodox science.

He also says the pendulum appears to demonstrate the existence of a numerological scheme at the back of ALL vibrations. An ordered world governed by unseen vibrations will take the place of the materialism of today.
Then he says "Somebody must have planned the numbers".

The above his from his book. WE ARE WHAT WE EAT. It appears he was on the right track and he himself worked out the fact that a power greater than us organised ALL of nature. That pdf is really really interesting. Thanks again LQB
 

WIN 52

Jedi Council Member
Have you found the quote now? If not, I was wondering if you read about issues with root canals on SOTT rather than in the sessions? Here are some examples:



Yet this doesn't explain why you remember a session linking root canals to receivership capacity. I haven't read all sessions yet, but I have read most of the recent ones (year 2000 and onwards) and I was really interested in receivership capacity at some point. Yet I don't recall root canal being mentioned in relation to it. I did another search for receivership capacity / receiver capability and there's no mention of root canal in either context. :huh:

If something had changed you wouldn't be the only person remembering the previous version. Especially that many people here have had root canals done (myself included) so I suspect it would have attracted their attention.
I have been busy working and looking after grandchildren, therefore my time for research is limited.

Possibly I channeled the connection between my root canals/fillings and discussions about frequency, in the sessions. Whatever is the case, this discussion seems productive. Why can't some people improve, health wise?
 

anartist

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
Thank you for this session and its amazing information! H2O sounds like a fitting name, and I look forward to learning about it and experiencing it.
 
For me brushing with baking soda has also been very helpful (especially against periodontal disease), I use it with tea tree oil toothpaste, which is super helpful against oral manifestations (fissures in tongue) of psoriasis i deal with currently.
For what it's worth, I've been using pure baking soda (bought as sodium bicarbonate at pharmacies) for brushing my teeth for eight years or so. I had sensitivities and occasionally more severe pain and different dentists were prescribing varied expensive and completely unrelated methods to resolve the issue, each had a different idea of what was causing it. So I was skeptic of their knowledge and tried the baking soda instead. In a short time, maybe a week or two, most of the sensitivities and pain were already gone. Since then I've had only one cavity, which sucks but is not as bad as the many I had before. Diet certainly also helped with that. To mitigate the abrasion issue I use as little baking soda as possible (wet the brush and dip it lightly in the soda) and sometimes just use the brush with nothing else. I still have receding gum issues but I've been told genetics and smoking play a large part in that.

Over time, I also found that brushing daily with bicarb is too abrasive, but maybe the keto diet is a factor as non-carby foods seem to leave much less residue. Either way, now 10 years fluoride-free, my toothpaste actually evolved to a dry mix of food-grade diatomaceous earth, ultrafine clay powder, bicarb and a pinch of unrefined salt. The DT is a good inert base with a decent abrasion but far less than bicarb, clay and and pink salt for remineralization, and you really don't need that much bicarb to affect alkalinity as very little of it needs to dissolve (or is able to, really) while any extra crystals will be for abrasion only. Occasionally but not always, i take a drop of a custom essential oil mix at the same time, but overtime I learned not to premix the powder in coconut oil/etc, as the oil - even in colder climes - tends to soften, which allows the solids to migrate to the bottom.

Not rinsing for a few minutes after brushing, as mentioned earlier, also seems to have worked wonders for me. After a few years of this treatment, I went back to my dentist I hadn't visited since 2010, and he couldn't believe it, caries he could see in the previous x-rays had closed/remineralized!
That is amazing! I knew about remineralization but I didn't know (or remembered) it was possible to actually close caries cavities, I thought it would be a much subtler effect. Congrats for taking tooth care to the next level with such great results!
 
That is amazing! I knew about remineralization but I didn't know (or remembered) it was possible to actually close caries cavities, I thought it would be a much subtler effect. Congrats for taking tooth care to the next level with such great results!
It mostly happened by itself, really. In 2010 there were 10 caries in all quadrants, the momentum of an unconscious life with great amounts of pepsi and sweetened coffee. I didn't act on the cavities but went fluoride free, replaced toothpaste with bicarb mix. went keto in fall 2011, and, in 2012, after being introduced to essential oils started using thieves' oil instead of only coconut as I had previously used.

Cavities didn't have a chance - how are bacteria going to exponentially live and acidify the teeth, when you don't feed them sugar and brush with antibacterial/alkaline remineralizant?

There's one last thing which I think also matters - I didn't have another cleaning until 2015. The dentist got new scans then, and only 3 out of 10 were still active/visible. He showed the x-rays side by side and you could see the splotches gone, at most faint impressions like scars. The 'holes' had filled in.

Maybe we should remember that x-ray scans bone density; it's not a picture of a hole. "Cavity" is not an actual cavity, at least, not until the assistant scrapes it/drills it out in preparation for the filling. The bone was still alive, it got weak and spongy, parts of the structure eaten away and easy to infiltrate, sure, but a lot of the tissue is still there. I think it is a serious mistake to scrape it out. It's a very allopathic measure. It forces you to deal with the symptom, when the tissue damage would repair itself if we'd only remove the cause.
 
"Cavity" is not an actual cavity, at least, not until the assistant scrapes it/drills it out in preparation for the filling.
Thank you for the details, United Gnosis. As for cavities, from personal experience I would say that they can actually form holes before the dentist scrapes/drills it, as I could feel it clearly with my tongue and that's what led me back to the dentist. Unless some previous dentist had already messed with it during some cleaning procedure.
 
Over time, I also found that brushing daily with bicarb is too abrasive, but maybe the keto diet is a factor as non-carby foods seem to leave much less residue. Either way, now 10 years fluoride-free, my toothpaste actually evolved to a dry mix of food-grade diatomaceous earth, ultrafine clay powder, bicarb and a pinch of unrefined salt. The DT is a good inert base with a decent abrasion but far less than bicarb, clay and and pink salt for remineralization, and you really don't need that much bicarb to affect alkalinity as very little of it needs to dissolve (or is able to, really) while any extra crystals will be for abrasion only. Occasionally but not always, i take a drop of a custom essential oil mix at the same time, but overtime I learned not to premix the powder in coconut oil/etc, as the oil - even in colder climes - tends to soften, which allows the solids to migrate to the bottom.

Not rinsing for a few minutes after brushing, as mentioned earlier, also seems to have worked wonders for me. After a few years of this treatment, I went back to my dentist I hadn't visited since 2010, and he couldn't believe it, caries he could see in the previous x-rays had closed/remineralized!
I just ordered the diatomaceous earth (I have the other ingredients) to make this paste. Thank you for this recommendation and information!
 

Aiming

The Living Force
Thanks LQB for finding that pdf on Lethbridge. Following up on what I had read about him in Laura's Wave Series the pdf contained fascinating insights into the man. He was a proverbial sceptic. His studies on insects was fascinating with their vibrations being the same as the plants they ate, giving the same readings on the pendulum. This leads him to say this points to links between so called magic and orthodox science.

He also says the pendulum appears to demonstrate the existence of a numerological scheme at the back of ALL vibrations. An ordered world governed by unseen vibrations will take the place of the materialism of today.
Then he says "Somebody must have planned the numbers".

The above his from his book. WE ARE WHAT WE EAT. It appears he was on the right track and he himself worked out the fact that a power greater than us organised ALL of nature. That pdf is really really interesting. Thanks again LQB
Thanks for the PDF from me, too, LQB! I've found reading it very interesting as well, especially the parts Tuatha de Danaan mentions above. Here's one such excerpt, which had me literally glued to the screen (i.e. even more glued to it) considering the true scientist-explorer character Lethbridge was, as well as the recent discussions and insights into Darwinism vs. Creationism and beyond:

(pp.55-56)

Yet Darwin assumed that there was a planner. He has been conveniently dropped out by later scientists. All sorts of
clever ideas are put forward to try to show how the multitude of dividing and living cells in the baby know where
and how to develop. No idea carries conviction, however many letters there may be after the author’s name.

You cannot expect the cells of Bolboceras arminger to develop into legs, wings, eyes, internal organs and so on
without a plan to work to. Without a plan how can it change from an egg into a grub, from a grub to a chrysalis and
from a chrysalis to a perfect flying insect? How can you produce an insect’s complicated wing by any chance
development? It cannot start from a flapping leg gradually growing membrane. Besides, it comes from a different
place. There can be no Darwinian evolution of an insect’s wing.


All through the evolutionary story, as told in the study of geology, it is evident to anyone with a mind unclouded by
dogma that some entity was experimenting along many lines and with varied success. The experimenter was not
infallible anymore than the designer of aeroplanes is infallible.

Many experimental animals were evolved which vanished from one cause or another. Each was evolved by
improving on the one before, but it did not evolve itself. Someone made use of known laws and known material,
each cell being a living and reproducing unit, to improve the design.
But some main designs could not be developed
far enough. The plan was then abandoned and a new one tried out.

The evidence for the existence of a planner or planners is clear for all to see. But there is not the slightest evidence
to suggest whose mind, or minds, does the planning. There may well be very many planners in an ascending order
up to the one who planned the whole universe. Who that is is quite beyond our comprehension and the problem is no
concern of this study. But if we admit that there is a plan and a planner, surely our study does throw some light on
this plan. The careful arrangement of the rates on our circular card can hardly be a matter of chance. Take just the
four cardinal points on it again.


Why should Sun, Light, Red, Fire and East, each with a rate of 10-inches, come opposite to Moon, Sound, Green,
Water and West at 30-inches? They might have been scattered anywhere around our forty-divisional disc. Why does
Heat not come under 10-inches with Fire? The answer is that it is associated with Life at 20-inches and nothing
could live without it.

But to those, who like myself do some painting in water colour, the question which at once comes to the fore is why
is Green opposite Red? For years I have mixed blue and yellow to make green. Blue and yellow are primary colours
so we were taught, green is not.

But green and not blue is the colour of chlorophyll, without which most of the vegetable world could not live. It is of
primary importance. It is also far more easy for man’s eyes to see. If a vessel’s starboard light were blue and not
green there would be many more collisions at sea. Once more we have to go back to the beginning to look at things
afresh. To the planner green is the important colour, blue is not.

Then take the cardinal points themselves, the North, South, East and West. They are not the points of the Earth’s
magnetic field, but those of the Earth itself. Magnetic North moves about in an area of Arctic Canada. Its bearing
from Southern England changes about 15 seconds a year and it is far from the North Pole.

The North Pole itself has been relatively steady for much of man’s history; although this was not always so and what
would happen if the Polar Ice caps melted is anybody’s guess. But compared with the magnetic pole it is fixed and
immutable. There it is in a waste of frozen waters where there is no sun for half a year.

We find North at 40-inches along with Cold, Death and Black, the beginning and end of our scale, 0 as well as 40.
For it is the beginning of the next whorl of the spiral. The Sun rises as a Red Ball of Fire in the East, all three on the
same rate of 10-inches. It sets in the West at 30-inches and at its setting there is the phenomenon of the Green ray, or
Flash, which, although few of us have seen it, is a natural phenomenon.

With the setting of the Sun the Moon takes over. All this is so elementary and obvious that one would have thought
that a human living on Earth might have devised it. In fact a mind comparable to a human mind must have done so.
But is not our Earth mind simply a projection of our higher mind and is not this itself presumably a projection from
one still higher? It looks like an indication that all mind works in a similar manner. The planner made his plan in
much the same way as we might have set about it ourselves.


The ancient Biblical story of God saying: ‘Let us make man in Our Own Image’ has some sense in it after all. But
God of this story said this to other planners. He was not doing it in isolation. On that particular level, which was
thought to have planned man, there was still no ultimate Almighty. Just as Paulinus’ teaching appealed to the
common sense of Edwin’s intelligent councillors, 45 so we, surrounded by so much scientific fact that it tends to
become a bore, can begin to catch a gleam of truth from our unorthodox study.

We have built up our ideas very slowly from a long series of apparently trivial experiments, which are open to
anyone who can work the pendulum, and most people can do so, to test for themselves. Several people have already
written to me in confirmation. They get the same rates as we do. But, although we trust our observations, we are
little qualified to reason from them and there may be numerous errors in our conclusions. Each person must draw his
own conclusions if not from his own observations, at least from a confidence in ours.

The issues are of vital importance to everybody. They are those of whether our minds and personalities are
temporary and perish with the brain, or if they survive death and the disappearance of the brain. The former belief
leads to every kind of greed and selfishness.
There can be no hope for a stable, happy world as long as this creed of
materialism holds sway.

All we have learnt from our experiments tends to refute the materialistic belief. It tends to show very clearly that a
part of our mind is not bounded by the earthly three-dimensional bonds of time and space.
It also knows far more
than does our Earthly one. Yet the two portions of mind are linked, although prevented from close co-operation by
something comparable to the refracting layer between air and water.

Everything we know in our Earth life appears to continue on the next, but there are certainly additions. The
biconical fields of force with which every fragment of matter seems to be surrounded, are evidently perceptible to
our other mind. It can single them out with no difficulty and pass back the knowledge to us by the simple pendulum
contrivance. The miracle of this world is the commonplace of the next.

To understand why this should be so, it is necessary to see if we can appreciate a little of what the pendulum has
been telling us about our mind (or is it our spirit?) beyond the 40-inch rate. It has told us that this mind, as I shall
continue to call it for convenience, can sense things hidden from us by a veil of matter whether they are beneath a
layer of soil or behind a stone wall. It can also jump across thousands of years of our time and do this both forwards
and backwards.


It has a further qualification which is quite beyond our earthly conceptions, for it can apparently appreciate objects
in two places at once. Now the faster anything moves the closer it becomes to being in two places at the same time.

If it moved at an infinite speed it would be in all places at once and appear to be at rest.

We can surely infer therefore that, to our mind beyond our earth life, things move very much faster than they do
here. Everything, including ourselves, vibrates much faster on the next plane than it does on Earth. Green is still
green and red red, but it is probably more intensely green or more vividly red.

Owing to this greatly increased rate of vibration, things which are solid and impenetrable to us are no longer so on
the higher plane. Someone on this higher plane would be able to pass through the solid obstructions of Earth
with as
great ease as television vibrations pass through walls of houses or steel decks. This is more than half-way to
understanding the mysteries we have been trying to investigate.

Solids on the next plane are vibrating so fast that we cannot sense them at all, but they are solid enough to the
individual on the next level. Just as everything is now known to be in constant movement here, so it is on the higher
plane. The only difference is the speed at which things move. There is nothing unnatural about the next level. Things
simply move too fast for us on Earth to sense them.
 
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