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Dorn Spinal Therapy

Dorn Spinal Therapy has been in uses in the past 40 years. The credit of this method goes to Dieter Dorn, who has made a significant impact in the medical field. DORN- Method has been used on various patients where results could get witnessed instants. Due to the impact, this method has brought in the country. It has been declared the standard practice in treating Pelvical Disorders, Spinal, and Back pain. Dieter Dorn first used this method on his family, which was a sign of confidence in a method, which later gained much attention from different people in the country and also globally. Every day Dorn was able to offer treatment to 15- 20 patients in a day. His services were purely free which attracted attention both in the local and also global. The primary treatment that DORN-Method which could be treated using this method include spine healing therapy, misalignments of the spine, resolving pelvis and joints, and also solving out significant problems which could get attributed to vertebrae. More here...

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Sanctuary Outer Court Mid Brain Lower Brain

Images The Inside The Lower Brain

Neuroscientist Paul MacLean sees the human brain as really three brains. The first is made up largely of structures at the very top of the spinal stem. Because it resembles in some ways the total brain possessed by reptiles, this part of our brain is called reptilian in MacLean's terminology. Like the entire brain of a lizard or snake, it is mainly devoted to life support, such as the regulation breathing, heartbeat, and muscle movements, and to basic drives such as eating, mating, and self-protection. The Lower Brain (Outer Court) is the same type of brain that humans share with reptiles and birds. It consists of the head of the spinal cord and various organs including the amygdala (ah mig' dull uh) which is the Greek word for almond. The amygdala regulates fear.

Peculiar Organizations

Along each side of the neck of large quadrupeds, runs a stiff robust cartilage, which butchers call the pax wax. No person can carve the upper end of a crop of beef without driving his knife against it. It is a tough, strong, tendinous substance, braced from the head to the middle of the back its office is to assist in supporting the weight of the head. It is a mechanical provision, of which this is the undisputed use and it is sufficient, and not more than sufficient, for the purpose which it has to execute. The head of an ox or a horse is a heavy weight, acting at the end of a long lever, (consequently with a great purchase,) and in a direction nearly perpendicular to the joints of the supporting neck. From such a force, so advantageously applied, the bones of the neck would be in constant danger of dislocation, if they were not fortified by this strong tape. No such organ is found in the human subject, because, from the erect position of the head, (the pressure of it acting...

James Morrow The Towing Jehovah Saga34

At about this time it was determined that God was not brain-dead, but merely comatose. Martin Candle, a hard-working and honest justice of the peace from Pennsylvania, managed to persuade the International Criminal Court to try God for accumulated crimes against humanity. The body was towed to the Hague, but while the defendant was found innocent, Candle went berserk and hacked apart God's life support machine. God, finally dead but legally innocent, began his sea journey back to the Baptists. A few days out of port on the voyage back to Florida, the body began breaking apart, with organs firing into the sky like comets. Finally, the skull vomited God's enormous brain, broke loose of the spinal vertebrae, and launched into space, where it settled into geosynchronous orbit, a grinning skull which had grown to the size of Delaware, and that could be seen in the sky by all in the northern hemisphere, like a lesser moon. After several years the Vatican, which had purchased back from the...

The Spirit Returns To

He depicts the destiny of every member of the body the keepers of the house, the hands the strong men, the legs the lookers out at the windows, the eyes the silver cord, the spinal marrow the golden bowl, the skull the pitcher at the fountain, the wheel at the cistern. the heart all these become dust. Would he not tell us the fate of the soul He does, it returns to God who gave it. There, in the hands of its maker and owner, it cannot fail to be cared for.

Authorized common prayer

But Christianity did acquire some of the features of a mystery religion, its faith expressed in clandestine and exclusive rites, which by the fourth century, when Christianity was officially recognized, had reached an awesomeness that was 'spine-chilling' (Yarnold 1972). The encounter of Christianity and other cultures has influenced liturgy and spirituality from the beginning, not least as the Church broke out of Europe, to India, Latin America and Africa.

The Three Courts Of The Mind

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- spinal cord

Entering The Inner Court

We are now entering the third court or the realm of the higher brain which is called the cerebrum. This is the reasoning brain which none of the animals have - only man has it. This brain has twelve paired cranial nerves which constitute our twenty four elders around the throne. It oversees the 31 paired peripheral nerves that are within the spinal cord reptilian system and transmits the wants and wishes of the body. The holiest place has cherubims and an ark. Within the ark is the almond rod of Levi. What do the cherubim represent

Of Mechanical Arrangement In The Human Frame

We may add, that it was, on another account also, expedient, that the motion of the head backward and forward should be performed upon the upper surface of the first vertebra for, if the first vertebra itself had bent forward, it would have brought the spinal marrow, at the very beginning of its course, upon the point of the tooth. III. The spine or back bone is a chain of joints of very wonderful construction. Various, difficult, and almost inconsistent offices were to be executed by the same instrument. It was to be firm, yet flexible now I know no chain made by art, which is both these for by firmness I mean, not only strength, but stability) firm, to support the erect position of the body flexible, to allow of the bending of the trunk in all degrees of curvature. It was further also, which is another, and quite a distinct purpose from the rest, to become a pipe or conduit for the safe conveyance from the brain of the most important fluid of the animal frame, that, namely, upon...

Illustrated manuscripts

In common with the other Eastern Christian churches the Coptic Church had a flourishing tradition of illustrated manuscripts, many produced in monastery scriptoria. Several manuscripts survived in the Egyptian climate, including the well-known Nag Hammadi Gnostic codices, written on papyrus, whose preservation also extends to their bindings. Others too are of singular importance. The Glazier codex, named after William S. Glazier who acquired it in 1962, is in the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York (G. 67) it is a vellum codex of c.400, its text being part of the Acts of the Apostles written in an archaic Coptic dialect of Middle Egyptian proper. It survives with its original binding of wooden boards and has a tooled leather spine secured by wrapping bands with ornamental bone pieces. At the end of the book is a finispiece depicting a cross, which was common practice in early Christian books. But this is the particularly Egyptian ankh cross, which is shaped as a tau connected to a...

The Unity Of The Deity

In fish, which belong to another department, as it were, of nature, the points of comparison become fewer. But we never lose sight of our analogy, e. g. we still meet with a stomach, a liver, a spine with bile and blood with teeth with eyes, which eyes are only slightly varied from our own, and which variation, in truth, demonstrates, not an interruption, but a continuance, of the same exquisite plan for it is the adaptation of the organ to the element, viz. to the different refraction of light passing into the eye out of a denser medium. The provinces, also, themselves of water and earth, are connected by the species of animals which inhabit both and also by a large tribe of aquatic animals, which closely resemble the terrestrial in their internal structure I mean the cetaceous tribe,* which have hot blood, respiring lungs, bowels, and other essential parts, like those of land animals. This similitude, surely, bespeaks the same creation and the same Creator.


Hedericus An age, eternity, an age a if always being time of man's life in the memory of men, (wicked men, New Testament,) the spinal marrow. Aionios, eternal, everlasting, continual. Donnegan Time space of time life time and life the ordinary period of man's life the age of man man's estate a long period of time eternity the spinal marrow. Aionios, of long duration, lasting, eternal, permanent.


Revolution of ages a dispensation of Providence, this world or life, the world or life to come aionios, eternity, immortal, perpetual, forever, past, ancient. Macknight (Scotch Presbyterian) These words being ambiguous, are always to be understood according to the nature and circumstances to which they are applied. They who understand these words in a limited sense, when applied to punishment, put no forced interpretation upon them. Alex. Campbell Its radical idea is indefinite duration. T. Southwood Smith Sometimes it signifies the term of human life at other times an age, or dispensation of Providence. Its most common signification is that of age or dispensation. Scarlett That aionion does not mean endless or eternal, may appear from considering that no adjective can have a greater force than the noun from which it is derived. If aion means age (which none either will or can deny) then aionion must mean age-lasting, or duration through the age or ages to which the thing spoken of...

The Greek Classics

This is recognized by Cousins in his Homeric Lexicon. In this case to pierce the life (aion) of a turtle means to pierce the spinal cord. The idea of life is here exclusive of time or eternity. These are fair illustrations of Homer's use of the word.

Of The Muscles

We may observe, what I believe is universal, an exact relation between the joint and the muscles which move it. Whatever motion, the joint, by its mechanical construction, is capable of performing, that motion, the annexed muscles, by their position, are capable of producing. For example if there be, as at the knee and elbow, a hinge joint, capable of motion only in the same plane, the leaders, as they are called, i. e. the muscular tendons, are placed in directions parallel to the bone, so as, by the contraction or relaxation of the muscles to which they belong, to produce that motion and no other. If these joints were capable of a freer motion, there are no muscles to produce it. Whereas at the shoulder and the hip, where the ball and socket joint allows by its construction of a rotatory or sweeping motion, tendons are placed in such a position, and pull in such a direction, as to produce the motion of which the joint admits. For instance, the sartorius* or taylor's muscle,...

Public Appointees

Reeve, paralyzed by a spinal cord injury he sustained in a tragic horseriding accident, has been a strong supporter of stem cell research. Speaking to a group of Yale medical students, he said that religious groups and social organizations have no right to shape public policy on stem cell research. Reeve complained that religious conservatives have had undue influence on the critical debate, and that it is his belief that when matters of public policy are debated, no religions should have a seat at the table. One student disputed his point, saying that it is contrary to the American system to bar religious groups from participating in public policy discussions. I don't object to anyone's religion, Reeve responded. I'm a Unitarian myself. We're talking about the promise of science, the ethics of science, not religion. But that's not the point, Mr. Reeve. The issue is not whether you object to anyone's religion, but whether you would muzzle them and lock them out of the public debate.

Into the mystic

Again, Van Morrison is a key figure here, both because he is such a consummate practitioner of the genre, and because of his influence on others - like O'Connor, the Waterboys, U2 and Nick Cave. He blends Celtic spirituality with gospel fervor and the primal moans and grunts of rhythm and blues to ratchet the soul up to places where the air is thin. In songs like Haunts Of Ancient Peace, In the Garden, Pagan Streams, Astral Weeks, Take It Where You Find It, Spirit, Take Me Back, and Summertime in England, he narrates walks across bucolic countrysides, inviting the listener to join him, traversing meadows, green fields, peaceful rivers, shorelines and old ruins as he invokes the names of sacred places, gospel singers, and Romance poets. And just when tranquility seems within reach, he throws the song into gear, sometimes with the help of a horn section or a church organ, and a line like but when you really get in, it lifts you right up, or the shiver from my neck down to my spine...

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