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THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL THE DISEASES
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THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL DISEASES
Calcium = Ca (CaO = lime)
· Ca is present in the soil.
· Plants absorb it.
· ALL plants have calcium in them.
· When we eat plants, Ca enters into our body.
· Animals eat vegetables.
· When we eat animals, Ca enters into our body as well.
· Ca helps in blood coagulation (helps to stop bleeding).
· Ca hardens bones and teeth.
· Ca helps in acid-base balance.
· Ca forms part of MOTHER’S MILK (20 mg)
· Ca in cow’s milk is 120 mg.
· Ca in powdered milk is about 1300 mg.
· Ca in Ca-enriched milk powder is more than 2,000 mg.
· There are several other uses for Ca, and we don’t need the details now.
The Fate of Calcium in Animal / Human Body
1. Ca that enters into the body becomes part of the body:
· As heavy bones in cattle and elephants, and long in zebra;
· As ivory tusk/teeth in elephants, hippopotamus and sperm whales.
· As horns in cattle, deer and rhino
· As nails, beaks and claws in parrots and birds
· As horny skin in, crocodiles
· As spines in anteaters
· As shell in snails, crabs and turtles which feed on Ca-rich leaves and see items
· A hoofs and FIBROUS muscles in horses
· As hump in camels and bulls (which feed on very high-calcium containing vegetable matter
· As tough muscles and FIBROUS tissues in tigers
· As huge BODY in elephants
· As thick skin in elephants, buffalos and seal
2. If EXCESSIVE Ca enters into the body, it gets removed:
· In the URINE
· In the FAECES (plentiful in dung of cattle, elephant)
· As skin peel-off (called ecdysis, as in snakes),
· In the semen (through frequent sex, as in rabbits),
· In MENSTRUAL FLUIDS
· In the eggs/ovum of females
· In the eggs of birds: big in hen, duck and ostrich
· In reproduction (single baby as in humans/ multiple as in pigs, dogs, cats),
· In the amniotic fluids (when womb fluid bag bursts while child birth)
· As part of the BREAST MILK
· As earwax
· As nostril chunks,
· As eye-discharges,
· As plaque (on tongue)
· As thick ‘chest’ phlegm.
· As white pubic discharges in women
· As brown smegma in penis heads in men
· As naval slippery and waxy exudations
· As waxy secretion in the sweat pores all over the body,
· As waxy secretions in the armpits.
· As nocturnal anal discharges.
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Calcium (Ca) Utility in Different Species / Genders:
* Some of the Ca will get lost in the menstrual fluids, at regular intervals.
* Some of the Ca will be used for the reproduction of offspring (calf/baby, also huge in size.)
* A severe one-time loss of Ca will occur by the rupture of the embryo sac in the form of amniotic
* Some of the Ca will be used for milk production (lactation) for the offspring.
* The dung (faecal matter) and urine contain unimaginably abundant unutilised Ca.
* Some of the Ca builds up the HUGE body size + trunk + ears: ALL much bigger than the female’s.
* Some of the Ca gets lost through urinations and defecations.
* Some of the Ca makes the skin much thicker than the females.
* All these form as compensatory mechanisms. (I have discussed in great length the principles of “Law of Compensation in Nature” in my book on obesity (1998).
In female (cow),
* Yet, small-sized HORNS develop even in the female (unlike the female deer, which does not develop any, because of the reduced vegetable Ca consumption.)
* The whole body becomes bigger, yet, is smaller than the bull
In male (bull),
* The Ca ‘saved’ forms much bigger horns & bigger bones.
* The whole body too becomes bigger than the cow.
* The hump becomes much larger.
* Since the little Ca excess gets lost through menses, reproduction, etc., there is no excess Ca to form horns.
* For want of extra storage space for the unspent Ca, horns develop in the males.
* Once the chick is fully grown, large quantities of the Ca excesses get disposed off from the body daily through an egg.
* Rest of the Ca excess enters into Cock’s comb and feathers.
6. PEACOCK / TURKEY:
* Egg production removes the excess Ca later on.
* A substantial quantity of Ca gets transferred to form the profuse feathers.
7. TIGERS / LIONS / CHEETAHS / CATS:
* Hoofs, teeth, bones, and the FIBROUS muscles utilise the Ca for their development.
* After growing up, the excess Ca is thrown out in menstrual fluids, reproduction, and lactation.
* During growth period: Ca gets used up, as it happens in the females.
* After growing up, the excess Ca promotes further growth, and makes the male much bigger in size, compared to the female.
* The muscles too, with more Ca, become tough and FIBROUS.
* Further, the seminal fluids remove rest of the Ca excess.
* They consume vegetables that contribute abundant Ca.
* On attaining puberty, some of the Ca gets lost in the menstrual fluids, at regular intervals.
* Some of the Ca gets used for enlarging the breasts. (Inadequate Ca results in small breasts. Ca stagnancy after menopause makes the breasts very big and firm.)
* Excessive Ca gets used up for the reproduction of children.
* A severe ‘one-time’ loss of calcium occurs by the rupture of the embryo sac in the form of amniotic fluid during each delivery
* Then, the excess Ca gets lost while breast-feeding the milk (lactation). (That is why the breast-feeding women do not get breast lumps/cancer until they stop feeding).
* The faeces and urine remove nearly ALL the unutilised Ca every now and then, daily.
* Excessive Ca accumulates within the body of a woman who under-urinates all the time.
* Chronic constipation enhances further Ca accumulation.
* Ca accumulation can get further worsened by either EXCESSIVE consumption of vegetables, dairy products and the like, or by the intake of Ca-enriched foods (e.g., powdered milk, biscuits, etc.) or Ca-supplementations / tablets.
* Some of this Ca escapes as white discharge, as ear-wax, as ‘wet dandruff’, as phlegm, as plaque on tongue, as eye-discharges, as naval discharges, and the like.
* If the Ca excess happens to be really too much that none of the above sources can eliminate the whole lot of the Ca excesses, then, the remaining Ca gets stored in the soft cells of the breasts (to form breast lumps), cysts in ovary, uterus, or fibroids as is found in tigers and horses.
* A continued addition of excessive Ca, beyond the limit of tolerance (the threshold point) results in turning the lumps into cancers.
* After that excessive Ca enters into the cells of soft tissues in various organs, SKIN and bones, and make them enlarged, thickened and hardened. (That is why the skin of men is thick, and that in women is thin, soft and tender, and also beautiful (?! Eh! I am a man’lah!).
* As a result of cell enlargement due to unspent Ca, the entire body of a male becomes bigger in size, than that of the female.
* A boy and a girl, born as twins, keep growing up alike until both of them attain their puberty. The girl, on attaining puberty, starts losing the excessive Ca in the menstrual fluid at monthly intervals. Whereas, in the boy, only some amount of Ca gets lost in the seminal fluids during masturbations. The remaining Ca excess enters into the soft cells all over the body, and makes him much bigger than his own twin sister. Thus, a male grows up into a bigger sized person than the female.
* The extra Ca that stays back in a boy who refrains from masturbation makes him grow into a much bigger size than the one who does it often.
* The Ca accumulation enlarges the cells in the voice box (larynx), reduces the volume of the air passage and narrows it. This makes the voice ‘masculine’, base, hoarse, and low pitched. (Absence of such Ca accumulation in the girls keeps their voice shrilling, high pitched, soprano and melodious) (For the same reason, even the voice of an obese woman becomes heavier and nicer). (That is why almost all base and low pitched singers tend to be obese or overweight.)
* If a teen-aged boy happens to under-urinate all the time (about thrice daily), a lot more Ca accumulates within the body, and that makes him into a VERY TALL person. Even his penis becomes much longer. These happen because he is in his ‘growth-period’.
* If a person under-urinates in his boyhood as well as in his adulthood, then, he becomes tall AND ‘giant-sized’.
* If an adult suffers from chronic constipation all the time, Ca from faeces gets absorbed, and that will also make the adult ‘GIANT-SIZED’ and OBESE. Owing to excessive Ca deposits in the cells of the voice box, an obese male gets a melodious, heavy and low-pitched voice, as indicated above. (Lack of Ca accumulation in a skeletal-looking person gives him a ‘thin’ voice, much closer to being high pitched).
* If an adult male urinates liberally, and does not suffer from chronic constipation, but consumes far too much of vegetables (Calcium Oxalate rich fruits, salads and vegetable soups), he then develops PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT (called Hypertrophy), and that becomes CANCEROUS (Hyperplasia), if he continues to consume more and more of the same.
Man too, being no exception from the rest, has evolved to cope up with such calcium excesses. However, man’s egoistic behavioural pattern that rejects the natural norms tend to land him in indescribable miseries.
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