The #1 Killer Worldwide
We now have amazing mechanical technologies to help repair your body after a heart attack. But the health industry is still stumbling around on how to prevent or heal it.
Or even to recognize that you have heart disease: when it’s a serious case of coronary heart disease, the first symptom is dropping dead. You feel fine one minute, and the next, you’re gone.
At least, that’s what the medical literature says.
But is it right?
The health industry doesn’t see the very obvious signs of ischaemic or coronary heart disease because it sees your heart as a mechanical pump. Conventional and many alternative health professionals believe that coronary artery disease is an invisible process of cholesterol accumulating in the coronary arteries. Like a pump driving dirty liquid, that cholesterol gums the arteries up. First one artery gets blocked, depriving that area of the heart muscle of oxygen and nutrients. Then the dirty, cholesterol-filled liquid blood has to route through fewer coronary arteries, so they get gummed up even faster. Soon, so little blood makes it to the heart muscle that the pump seizes up, which stops blood flow to the brain, causing death.
Since this all happens at a microscopic level deep inside your coronary arteries, it’s hard to detect when that heart attack will happen. The best the health industry can recommend is to eat a low-cholesterol and low-salt diet.
In other words, keep your blood thin and clean. Maybe exercise to keep that heart muscle strong. Otherwise, good luck.
There are serious flaws in this theory of ischaemic heart disease. Why is a coronary heart attack so sudden? Why doesn’t the coronary blood flow slow down gradually? Surely that would produce a symptom? And doesn’t the efficiency of the heart muscle gradually decrease as the coronary blood flow diminishes?
And wouldn’t it produce effects all over the body when the heart can’t pump blood as efficiently? And wouldn’t that also mean a decrease of blood supply to the brain? Surely that would produce some noticeable symptoms? Some clear, measurable warning signs that allow the patient to get help?
Here’s another problem with the mechanistic heart-is-a-pump paradigm: many coronary heart attack victims show no damage to their heart muscle or even significant cholesterol in the arteries! And we also see many healthy, fit individuals accumulate cholesterol in their coronary arteries.
When Dr. Hamer discovered the five biological laws that govern how our bodies respond to traumatic stress by producing symptoms, we got answers to all these questions. And the most important answer is this:
the heart is not a pump.
The heart, the coronary arteries, the brain, and the psyche are aspects of a unified system. And that system responds to a very specific type of traumatic stress experience.
That particular biological conflict has a clear cause, clear symptoms, and a clear resolution. In fact, we can predict the timing of a coronary heart attack within a two- to four-week deadline. We can also predict how serious it will be.
Listen to “Mind Over Heart Disease (Part 1)” to discover the major sign of not only whether someone is going to have a coronary heart attack …but when it is going to occur.