Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat, and Prevent Cardiovascular Disease by Thomas Cowan
I personally find immense value in people who discover their own path, particularly when it goes against everything they knew. Such is the case with Dr. Cowan, and what
He looks at a number of different aspects of cardiac disease as we assume it to be, but ask simple questions. Early on a simple statement:
If the blood has stopped moving inside the capillaries, then the force cannot come from the heart. It must arise in the capillaries.
An important part of blood
This ability of a hydrophilic substance to convert bulk water into structured water explains why, when you put strongly hydrophilic proteins like gelatin in water under the proper conditions, you create a solid “gel” of structured water. This is how you make Jello, which can give us some insight into some of the properties of this fourth phase. This fourth phase of water forms best at certain temperatures (around 4°C),2 and it highly structures the bulk water, which is why Jello doesn’t leak (unless you heat it and convert it back to water) even though it’s more than 96 percent water by volume.
The biological importance of structured water cannot be overstated. Its presence allows for proper flow in the vasculature, allows proteins to fold properly, and our cells are 70% water, but much of that water is structured under optimal conditions. There is a separation of charges in structured water that allows for movement to propel solutions thru tubes.
If you do the above tube experiment in a completely lead-encased box, there is no flow within the hydrophilic tube. But if you expose the beaker with the tube of water inside to ambient sunlight or the infrared frequencies coming from the palms of our hands or the electromagnetic field of the Earth, the flow resumes. There are many sources of natural energy that drive this flow, but the most powerful is sunlight. Sunlight is free, abundant, and available to all plants. Sunlight charges the hydrophilic tubes and creates the electrically charged structured water, causing the bulk water within the tube to flow indefinitely, as if life were just a big, blissful, abundant dance.
Sunlight helps blood flow!
This structured water is observed easily in a
Frank Chester’s chestahedron is a seven-sided form made of four equilateral triangles and three kite-shaped quadrilaterals. The chestahedron has equivalent surface areas as—twelve edges, three different symmetries—and may offer insight into the form and function of the human heart. Reproduced with permission from Frank Chester, New Form Technology, http://www.frankchester.com/.
In other words, imagine taking this form, facing the point down and just fitting it into a “regular” box. The apex, or point, does not fall in the center of the cube, but rather slightly off-center. Specifically, the chestahedron sits at an angle of 36 degrees off of center.3 Amazingly, this is the same angle at which the heart sits within the chest: 36 degrees off center to the left of the midline.
The spinning chestahedron formed a vortex—a region where the flow forms around an axis line—in the water. Once the vortex formed, an area appeared in the water, a kind of negative space that appeared attached to the side of the chestahedron. (You can really appreciate this only by seeing the video of this on Frank’s website.5)
As the chestahedron model shows, fluid arriving into the right ventricle converts into a vortex before emerging out of the next gate (the pulmonary valve). This is the crucial point. There are two processes happening simultaneously. The first is the increase in momentum due to the hydraulic ram/gating mechanism described above. But along with the increase in momentum, the form of the blood changes from a laminar flow to a vortex. Furthermore, the activity of the right side of the heart converts the vertically oriented laminar flow of the venous blood to a vortex, a horizontal flow, as the blood goes from the right ventricle to the horizontally positioned lungs.
He uses this information to point out that the heart is not a pump. It does not straighten the aortic arch on a pump, and it also displays a negative pressure like a hydraulic ram would on systole. He sums with this:
The function of the heart is to create vortices.
As to what causes heart disease in general, it can be traced back to an imbalance between the
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