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stomach, the former giving the latter functional instructions all day, every day for your entire life. Both the left and right pictures show varying degrees of neurological compromise. The brain is pre-programmed by our Creator with all the vital information that organs such as the stomach need, but if the brainstem sub- luxation exists, the ability to transmit that information is funda- mentally altered. On the left, the 33% distortion creates 67% functional instructions present (33% absent), 67% normal rate of digestion (33% slower), 67% quantity of action (33% absent); the stomach is working at 2/3 of normal capacity, so various forms digestive issues result. On the right, the 60% compromise creates 40% normal speed of digestive motions, and 40% func- tion performed.


BRAIN BRAIN


100% of signals sent from above down


Brainstem & nerve


connection


Brainstem Subluxation cuts off


45% / 45% interference


Brainstem & nerve


connection Immune system's hub Immune system's hub Schematic D


Dimmer switch Reduce power by 45%


55% cap on light output


55% of signals sent from above down


In reference to schematic [D, the picture on the left describes a neurological system – the connection between the brain, brainstem, spinal cord, and in this case the nerve that links to the immune system’s hub, the thymus gland – functioning opti- mally, free of interference, meaning 100% reception of instruction from brain above – 100% power, 100% action, 100% normal rate of response to infection, 100% action, 100% product (in- fection-fi ghting cells), and 100% by-product (no signs of illness). In the picture on the right, conversely, the brainstem subluxation has occurred, reducing the functional connection between the nerve and immune systems by 45%, meaning just 55% power, 55% action, 55% normal rate of response to infection, 55% ac- tion, 55% product (infection-fi ghting cells), and 55% by-product (pronounced signs of illness).


Bright Lights! BRAIN


Brainstem Subluxation cuts off


45% / 45% interference


Brainstem & nerve


connection


Softer Light. Electrical output reduced by 45%


Solutions to problems that develop inside of your body do not come from sources outside of the body.


Migraines


Autoimmune Conditions Digestive Disorders Immune Deficiencies Neurological Problems


55% of signals sent from above down


Immune system's hub Schematic E


The fi nal Schematic [E] demonstrates that the brainstem subluxation is little different than putting a dimmer on a light switch and turning it down so that electrical impulses through the wires are capped at a certain output. The same type of prob- lem occurs inside the body when, as fully shown in Schematic [D], the brainstem becomes compromised, as it reduces the electrical impulses through the nerves to various organ pathways.


The brainstem regulates internal function; if compromised, the body breaks down and conditions gradually develop


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