Signs in Vejle: Studies showed the way
#7 Arthritis & Parkinson's - Amazing Results with Kinergetics
On Sunday the 26th of October Philip Rafferty offered a day of Kinergetics therapy for over 15 people who have been suffering from chronic conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, chronic arthritis, Parkinson's, fibromyalgia, mercury poisoning and wasted muscles...
The results are amazing, especially considering the correction was the same for everyone, and the average time was 20 minutes:
1. TMJ (Kinergetics TMJ correction). RESET and BNT also have great TMJ corrections.
2. Changing fight/flight/freeze/survival reaction.
3. Reactive muscles. Once the body is out of fight/flight/freeze/survival, releasing jammed muscles allows water and magnesium and water to get into the cells and pull out the excess calcium and other toxins.
Philip has been doing similar demonstrations for over 20 years in 20 countries.
In September he worked on 11 people in one evening in Vejle Denmark, all videos here on youtube.
Check out the other Kinergetics videos.
Philip's goal is to have over 100 similar videos. The ONLY thing stopping him is someone to organise similar days or evenings.
He needs people to organise venue, videography and people with problems.
He would also like to have a youtube day or evening on:
• Knee problems before or after knee operations, from Osgood Schlatters to arthritis.
Philip will be in Australia until April, then Europe, Russia, USA in 2015.
Kinergetics can be learned in two weeks!
AUAA… Episode 18 Stroke – Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Q&A about Stroke. A stroke happens when blood flow to the brain is blocked. But did you know that approximately 80 percent of strokes are preventable? Join us for a conversation about stroke symptoms, risk factors, and treatments.
Neurosurgeon, Dr. Kevin Cockroft, co-director of the Penn State Comprehensive Stroke Center
Neurologist, Dr. Ray Reichwein, co-director of the Penn State Comprehensive Stroke Center
You can learn more about Penn State Comprehensive Stroke Center here:
A mummy is a deceased human or animal whose skin and organs have been preserved by either intentional or accidental exposure to chemicals, extreme cold, very low humidity, or lack of air, so that the recovered body does not decay further if kept in cool and dry conditions. Some authorities restrict the use of the term to bodies deliberately embalmed with chemicals, but the use of the word to cover accidentally desiccated bodies goes back to at least 1615 AD. (See the section Etymology and meaning.)
Mummies of humans and other animals have been found on every continent, both as a result of natural preservation through unusual conditions, and as cultural artifacts. Over one million animal mummies have been found in Egypt, many of which are cats. (See: Animal mummy)
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00:01:35 1 Etymology and meaning
00:03:04 2 History of mummy studies
00:05:16 3 Types
00:06:03 4 Egyptian mummies
00:10:43 4.1 Mummification and rank
00:11:23 4.1.1 Most perfect method
00:13:38 4.1.2 Avoiding expense
00:14:39 4.1.3 Inexpensive method
00:15:03 5 Christian mummies
00:15:19 6 Mummification in other cultures
00:15:29 6.1 Africa
00:15:51 6.1.1 Libya
00:17:01 6.1.2 South Africa
00:17:36 6.2 Asia
00:18:07 6.2.1 China
00:20:43 6.2.2 Iran
00:21:40 6.2.3 Siberia
00:23:02 6.2.4 Philippines
00:23:25 6.3 Europe
00:24:05 6.3.1 Bog bodies
00:25:27 6.3.2 Canary Islands
00:26:20 6.3.3 Czech Republic
00:28:03 6.3.4 Denmark
00:29:55 6.3.5 Hungary
00:30:29 6.3.6 Italy
00:32:20 6.4 North America
00:32:54 6.4.1 Canada
00:33:36 6.4.2 Greenland
00:34:09 6.4.3 Mexico
00:35:25 6.4.4 United States
00:36:06 6.5 Oceania
00:36:45 6.5.1 Australia
00:37:28 6.5.2 Torres Strait
00:38:12 6.5.3 New Zealand
00:39:38 6.6 South America
00:40:38 6.6.1 Chinchorro mummies
00:41:22 6.6.2 Inca mummies
00:44:31 7 Self-mummification
00:45:34 8 Modern mummies
00:45:43 8.1 Jeremy Bentham
00:46:40 8.2 Vladimir Lenin
00:47:30 8.3 Gottfried Knoche
00:48:11 8.4 Summum
00:48:49 8.5 Alan Billis
00:49:25 8.6 Plastination
00:50:26 9 Treatment of ancient mummies in modern times
00:52:50 10 In popular culture
00:53:00 11 See also
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A mummy is a deceased human or an animal whose skin and organs have been preserved by either intentional or accidental exposure to chemicals, extreme cold, very low humidity, or lack of air, so that the recovered body does not decay further if kept in cool and dry conditions. Some authorities restrict the use of the term to bodies deliberately embalmed with chemicals, but the use of the word to cover accidentally desiccated bodies goes back to at least 1615 AD (See the section Etymology and meaning).
Mummies of humans and other animals have been found on every continent, both as a result of natural preservation through unusual conditions, and as cultural artifacts. Over one million animal mummies have been found in Egypt, many of which are cats. Many of the Egyptian animal mummies are sacred ibis, and radiocarbon dating suggests the Egyptian Ibis mummies that have been analyzed were from time frame that falls between approximately 450 and 250 BC.In addition to the well-known mummies of ancient Egypt, deliberate mummification was a feature of several ancient cultures in areas of America and Asia with very dry climates. The Spirit Cave mummies of Fallon, Nevada in North America were accurately dated at more than 9,400 years old. Before this discovery, the oldest known deliberate mummy was a child, one of the Chinchorro mummies found in the Camarones Valley, Chile, which dates around 5050 BC. The oldest known naturally mummified human corpse is a severed head dated as 6,000 years old, found in 1936 AD at the site named Inca Cueva No. 4 in South America.