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Assemblage point View on Multiple Sclerosis

Wednesday, July 07 2004 - Filed under: General

With Multiple Sclerosis, the assemblage point enters the body quite low and to the right. On the back side it leaves the body way too low, below the shoulder blades.

Because of the low entry point, this results in low energy and poor liver function.
Because of the low location in the back, this causes the weakening of the nerves and this is what causes the muscular/coordination problems.

By shifting back the assemblage point to the optimal location and using a human species-appropriate diet like the SCDiet or the Homo Optimus diet, Multiple Sclerosis is probably a disease of the past.

I hope someone will soon try this. In the UK there are several places where you can shift the assemblage point and also in the netherlands.

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This therapy looks very promising to me. Let's hope someone will give it a serious try soon.. It won't be an overnight cure, but progress will probably be aparent in the short run.


Addition 8th July 2004
There are several reasons why the assemblage point could have dropped down to the ''MS-position''. Any trauma can accomplish such a shift of the ass.point location. Another reason could be heavy metal poisoning, like the mercury in dental fillings.
Removing all mercury from the body, however doesn't cure MS, because the ass.point often doesn't return to the healthy position on the chest automatically.
So, in the case of (heavy metal) poisoning, it's important to get rid of the poison that caused the assemblage point to drop *and* to shift the assemblage point back to the optimal location.

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