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wishinshow
27th November 2014, 06:11
Good morning, all

I undertook the Atlasprofilax treatment, to reset my Atlas bone in the non reptilian altered genetics position, yesterday.

As soon as it was done, i felt like my vision had changed, that everything was more vibrant. The rest of the day was a feeling of incredible contentedness and higher energy levels with a big smile on my face. After quite a day of adrenaline and cycling faster than I ever have before, I didn't get to sleep until 02:00. I just woke up now,07:00 after only five hours sleep. I'm full of energy and looking forward to yoga. Probably a new yoga with better more rewarding back bends etc. Wow. Absolutely wow. It's amazing. My whole body feels aligned and ready to take on the world. My back is soft and supple. It's like a rebirth. Wow.

wishinshow
27th November 2014, 06:23
Now I just have to stop eating. Have you all seen the documentary, In The Beginning There Was Light? We don't need to eat!!

meat suit
27th November 2014, 07:22
got a link?

Terra
1st December 2014, 12:01
Thanks very much for posting this wishinshow.

Not known to me before you posted about this, I have spent much time looking into it since. Seems like my intuition really wants to take it further. For people not sure, check out some of these testimonials (http://www.marieatlas.co.uk/video-testimonials2.html).

I have not been able to work for the last 13 years due to vertigo, balance problems and tinnitus etc.... after a car accident and the subsequent whiplash incurred. I would so love to get my life back, and for some reason I am convinced this is going to be the launch pad.

Just booked my first session for tommorow :)

Thanks for giving me some hope, and a kick up the bum to explore once again some kind of treatment. I gave up looking for a cure in 2009, after no success with countless specialists at 7 different hospitals here in the UK. I just felt like a guinea pig for the big pharma companies.

This treatment seems so simple, and yet so elimentary I am gobsmacked I have not stumbled across it before.

Will report back in when I have had a chance to see its effects.

Many blessings to you,

Olaf
1st December 2014, 15:20
In 2006 there was a book published written by Dr. Bodo Kuklinski "Das HWS Syndrom" after he had treated 1900 patients mostly with multi-organ disorders. All patients had severe imbalances, pronounced measurable deficit in various vitamins and nutrients. To his surprise, Dr. Kuklinski found that in 60% of cases, nitrosative stress is responsible for all of these complaints, which is caused by an unstable neck joint. That means a hypermobility between 1 (Atlas) and 2nd cervical vertebra (axis).

The mechanism is this:
The instable neck joint causes a lack of blood flow into the brain when the head is moved into certain positions (tilt head to the back or to the sides). Typically you will notice a small attack of vertigo.

As an effect the cells do not get enough oxygen and nutrients. Then mitochondria in the cells (wich normally process nutrients and oxygen to deliver energy in form of ATP) react with a kind of panic reaktion. The mitochondria then secrete a poisonous gas, nitric oxide (NO). Normally they would do that if they are attacked, eg by viruses.

NO has a number of very toxic effects in the organism. Just google for "nitrosative stress". Among other things, NO causes a deficiency of vitamin B12 and other vitamins. It also damages enzymes and proteins.

An unstable neck joint also may exert additional stimuli to the spinal cord. This can result in many organs symptoms not normally associated with the neck joint. For example, heart rhythm disorders, rash and others.

Therapy:

re-adjust cervical vertebra on a daily basis (just do some movements in form of a lying "8")
correct the deficiencies of vitamins and nutrients (mostly K, Mg, Zinc, B12, B1, B2, B3, B5, Folat, Biotin)
avoid disadvantageous head movements
while sitting in a car use a pillow


Caution: No brutal therapies, no chiropractic! Only gentle manual therapies.

DeDukshyn
1st December 2014, 16:55
In 2006 there was a book published written by Dr. Bodo Kuklinski "Das HWS Syndrom" after he had treated 1900 patients mostly with multi-organ disorders. All patients had severe imbalances, pronounced measurable deficit in various vitamins and nutrients. To his surprise, Dr. Kuklinski found that in 60% of cases, nitrosative stress is responsible for all of these complaints, which is caused by an unstable neck joint. That means a hypermobility between 1 (Atlas) and 2nd cervical vertebra (axis).

The mechanism is this:
The instable neck joint causes a lack of blood flow into the brain when the head is moved into certain positions (tilt head to the back or to the sides). Typically you will notice a small attack of vertigo.

As an effect the cells do not get enough oxygen and nutrients. Then mitochondria in the cells (wich normally process nutrients and oxygen to deliver energy in form of ATP) react with a kind of panic reaktion. The mitochondria then secrete a poisonous gas, nitric oxide (NO). Normally they would do that if they are attacked, eg by viruses.

NO has a number of very toxic effects in the organism. Just google for "nitrosative stress". Among other things, NO causes a deficiency of vitamin B12 and other vitamins. It also damages enzymes and proteins.

An unstable neck joint also may exert additional stimuli to the spinal cord. This can result in many organs symptoms not normally associated with the neck joint. For example, heart rhythm disorders, rash and others.

Therapy:

re-adjust cervical vertebra on a daily basis (just do some movements in form of a lying "8")
correct the deficiencies of vitamins and nutrients (mostly K, Mg, Zinc, B12, B1, B2, B3, B5, Folat, Biotin)
avoid disadvantageous head movements
while sitting in a car use a pillow


Caution: No brutal therapies, no chiropractic! Only gentle manual therapies.

Nitric oxide isn't "poisonous" to the body - it is required for a plethora of normal human chemical processes, and is a vital component of good cardiovascular health. In fact, mouthwash has now shown to be detrimental to cardio health and blood pressure due to the fact that dietary nitrates (leafy greens - kale, spinach broccoli) are concentrated in the saliva by the body to be converted to nitrites, to then be stored in the tissues for when needed to be converted to nitric oxide, which can actually oxygenate the tissues. The regular use of mouthwash kill the species of bacteria needed for this conversion. Recent studies have indeed shown a direct correlation to mouthwash use and high blood pressure.

I believe nitric oxide only becomes problematic when a large imbalance between cellular O2 and NO is present.

A lot of "free radicals" have been demonized for obvious reasons, but new research is showing that the body actually uses many of them as signalling molecules and for many other uses - NO is a very important free radical when it comes to human health and normal functioning.

I can get sources for the research for this if needed.

Olaf
1st December 2014, 18:04
Nitric oxide isn't "poisonous" to the body - it is required for a plethora of normal human chemical processes
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I believe nitric oxide only becomes problematic when a large imbalance between cellular O2 and NO is present.

A lot of "free radicals" have been demonized for obvious reasons, but new research is showing that the body actually uses many of them as signalling molecules and for many other uses - NO is a very important free radical when it comes to human health and normal functioning

Sorry I don't go with some of that. Of couse I can also provide some hundred sources for what I have stated (in the book a list ist given of somewhat 471 sources from medical publications.)

The most important source for me are my own measurements of sick people. Almost everyone of them has a horrible vitamin B12 deficiency (measured as the value of methylmalon acid in urin). Some of them have very strong NO production, far beyond normal levels.
With an instable neck joint or during virus infections your NO production can rise up to the 100fold of normal levels within a few minutes. The same happens after vaccinations, viral diseases and lung diseases.
This NO production can be measured as citrullin in urin.

Infact many of the symptoms that people have during a flu are results of the high NO levels. Therefore this symptoms can be treated so successfully with antioxidants and support of the production of glutathione.

Arginin + O2 -----> NO + Citrullin

Citrullin also has bad side effects. It reacts with some amino acids.

NO switches off a lot of enzymes. Pyruvate dehydrogenase is one of them. 7 Alpha-Hydroxylase is another which often causes cryptopyrroluria. Infact NO reacts with all transition elements. The binding with cobalt causes the loss of vitamin b12.

You are right: High dosis of oxygen can neutralize some side effects of NO.

Now, things get worse, when NO reacts with oxygen radicals, which forms peroxynitrite.
Peroxynitrite has a much longer half-life, so that it can cause more damage to the organism. Short-term damages by NO are reversible. Damage by peroxynitrite are non-reversible, they stay permanently.
Peroxynitrite is one of the most toxic substances in the human body.

I have found very high values of peroxynitrite especially in athletes. Most dangerous are alternating phases of oxygen deprivation (which is leading to massive formation of NO) and good oxygen supply in combination with a high metabolism (leading to the formation of many oxygen radicals). Then the toxic peroxynitrite may arise.
On the other side - in healthy individuals, the amount of peroxynitrite is almost zero.

The relationships shown one can clearly see when measuring citrulline, methylmalonic acid and nitrophenyl acetic acid in urine. When the neck joint is instable you can see a rise of citrullin even after some head rotations.

As you have said small concentrations of NO play an important role in the body. It acts as a neurotransmitter, it widens vessels (one factor for maintaining a normal blood pressure), it helps during inflammations and it is used as an toxic substance to fight virus, fungi and also bacteria (they are killed inside macrophages with NO).

Dr. Kuklinski has shown the relation between high NO levels and horrible loss of vitamins in 1900 patients (today it are about 2400 patients).
Mitochondric dysfunctions is not the main topic in my work, but nevertheless I have a high percentage of patients where I have seen and measured the same results. About 60% of those people have problems with their neck joint.

DeDukshyn
2nd December 2014, 00:18
Almost everyone of them has a horrible vitamin B12 deficiency (measured as the value of methylmalon acid in urin). Some of them have very strong NO production, far beyond normal levels.

Are you citing correlation, happenstance or causation in the B12 deficiency? If you are saying it is causation and not the other two can you please send me the source where NO causes B12 deficiency and the mechanism of this action. I have not seen these studies. Or at least explain this mechanism as to how this happens.




With an instable neck joint or during virus infections your NO production can rise up to the 100fold of normal levels within a few minutes.

What exactly is the mechanism of action where "unstable neck" = NO production? See my comment below on the most likely cause.



Arginin + O2 -----> NO + Citrullin

This is only one pathway of NO production, scouring more recent research you will find a secondary pathway has been discovered:

--> Nitrate (from a healthy diet high from plants like dark green veggies, and beetroot) --> converted to nitrite in the body by concentrating the nitrates in the saliva (up to 100x) which is then converted to nitrite by oral bacteria, which is then ingested and stored in the tissues for immediate conversion to NO for when it is needed. This is newer research, if you are traditionally trained, you may never of heard of this pathway. The interesting parts of this pathway are the fact that a lot of what we call "superfoods" are extremely high in natural nitrates - the known "power of beets" may have a lot to do with it's natural nitrate levels and the body's ability to convert that into NO via a pathway where it can be stored and used as needed - obviously the body's own mechanism to keep it from harming itself with NO - as you said very high levels are damaging - this is known, but the body does have ways of mitigating that risk obviously, or beets would carry the risks associated with excessive NO in the body, which has never been observed.

NO3->NO2->NO




NO production can rise ... viral diseases and lung diseases.
I struck "vaccinations" from that claim, I haven't seen those sources please provide if you have them. As for some viral infections and lung disease yes, and perhaps from a dislocated neck or out of place vertebrae (something I am certain I am afflicted with actually so the OP and all posts here are interesting to me). The common theme in these conditions is lack of oxygen, and utilization of NO pathways to provide oxygenation in low oxygen conditions seems to be what is happening here, I would suspect. This of course doesn't alleviate potential damage high levels of NO might cause, but the human body is just reacting within its ability to address a problem, so for me this is correlation and not causation. The body has ways of being able to minimize the damage of NO, even being able to shift it from free radical state to antioxidant state and back again.

I wasn't able to dig into the research much today, I do have to work, but I have someone from the research department getting me the latest info.

One thing is for certain, despite the recent new discoveries of the benefits of NO, it is still a molecule we don't fully understand completely, so there's still a lot to learn with it, and a lot of what we thought of it turned out to not quite be as was originally thought ...

I will try to get more detailed info to post here on some of the latest findings that I am aware of.


Here is some info that may interest you, it is a piece written by Dr. Traj Nibber BSc, MSc, PHd; (he's not one of those "celebrity" drs who write what they are paid to) on the vast health effects attributed to NO, and the newly discovered reduction pathway, based mostly on the latest research. All sources for peer reviewed research used in this writing are available at the end for your personal references.





http://www.aor.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Advances-Vol3-10-NOX1.pdf

Joey
2nd December 2014, 09:53
•re-adjust cervical vertebra on a daily basis (just do some movements in form of a lying "8") [/B]

Hello Olaf,

Could you please explain this step in more detail?

Thanks