The Three Courts Of The Mind

OUTER COURT= REPTILIAN; MIDCOURT=ANIMAL; INNER COURT = CEREBRUM

The human brain has three major divisions. The large dome shaped cerebrum (the upper brain) is responsible for intelligence and reasoning and is unique to man. The smaller, somewhat spherical cerebellum (midbrain) helps to maintain balance and controls body movement. The cerebellum is present in animals. The medulla or pons is the lower brain and is responsible for maintaining respiration and is a gateway for electrical impulses to and from the body via the 31 spinal cord nerves. This lower brain is sometimes called the reptilian brain, because it is the only brain configuration present in rep-

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cerebrum - man lower brain -reptilian or serpent-pons

(CALLED FISH BRAIN - FISHERS OF MEN)

spinal cord

HEB 1:10 and, 'Thou, at the beginning, Lord, the earth didst found, and a work of thy hands are the heavens ...

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