My deep respect for nature made me realize the fault was ours, not hers. What discrepancies did we all have in common? Dentistry, vibrating drills, anesthetic drugs, X-rays of the teeth and mouthj we found that any or all of these practices could disorient the elements in the bones of our jaws, teeth, mouth and the vertebrae of the neck. Stressing the affected bones and channelling with one's head level into one's Vivaxis had obviously reoriented many of the elements, but not those belonging to the Fifth Life Force or the force flows of the sun and moon. Subsequently, I found these forces come into our Vivaxis channel at various angles. This fact is now taken into consideration in a new revised technique of channelling; refer to Chapter 12.
My immediate objective at this stage was to reorient all the elements and compounds in the bones of the mouth, teeth and face that are normally oriented to the various frequencies of the Fifth Life Force. My recording had given me enough information to realize that each element, or pairs of elements triggered responses while at various angles faced into the Fifth Life Force. Using appropriately applied pressure in conjunction with channelling, while my head was gradually tilted into each angle of force flow, I was eventually rewarded by reorienting my central control into resonance with the flow of the Fifth Life Force. Later,I learned that the mid point on top of the head is an important Magnetic Group centre, and in the roof of the mouth is a Gravitational Group centre. Between these two energy exchange centres lies the hypothalamus, our centre control .
Now, as I tilt my head gradually into each new angle of flow, the atoms of the elements oriented to that force flow respond with a lively stimulated wave motion. More importantly, I now use the force flow to reinstate areas of memory track that were no longer recording.
The areas most responsible for obtaining information for filing in the memory tracks are the ears and eyes. If the normal energy wave supply is deficient in either of these organs, naturally the memory messages will be incomplete and weaker than normal, and consequently will not be retained too well. Fortunately for us, our eyeballs have many bone areas in the cranium whose elements' energy waves are reflected in the eyes. The part played by the eyes in the memory mechanism was well illustrated to the author through a test she conducted on her own eyes. The left hand side of her left eyeball lacked the normal responses to magnesium and sulphur. While her eyes remained straight forward, she could see from the corner of her left eye two drafting instruments hanging on her studio wall. When she sbut her eyes and tried to recall the two instruments, her recording showed a lack of normal stimulative response in her memory tracks. Similar tests, viewing other scenes confirmed the fact that although she could see out of the corner of her left eye.the required carrier wave of magnesium and sulphur was missing. As a result information was not being transferred into her memory tracks. In contrast, information received from other areas of the left eye was faithfully transferred and recorded in the memory. In essence,only three quarters of the picture she actually saw was being recorded for future memory recall. This discrepancy was traced and corrected, through reorienting the elements magnesium and sulphur in a small area of bone located on the left corner of her eye socket.
Other parts of the eye are dependent on other areas of bone for their sulphur and magnesium wave field, It becomes apparent that one requires the knowledge of all the numerous factors in order to make 100% repairs to the memory mechanism.
Uncle Bob was a typical example of a person who lacked the ability to transfer information into his memory tracks. Bob's inability to remember the present occurred after an accident which involved severe blows to the head and other areas of the body. His memory mechanism had faithfully recorded details of his earlier days and he was still able to relate back to them with remarkable accuracy. In contrast, he was largely incapable of remembering events in the present. I recall particularly, how day after day, he would gaze out of our picture window and see the same lone boat anchored in the lagoon. "Whose boat is that?" he would question. "It i*s our boat", we would reply. Five minutes later he would be asking the same question. The routine of asking "Whose boat is that?" continued throughout his month long visit. Uncle Bob died many years ago, but the phenomenon of remembering his past yet not recording events of the present made a great impression on me.
There are many factors capable of contributing to the common complaint of poor memory but perhaps the one most commonly overlooked is dental work that affects the bones in the roof of the mouth. For, as previously mentioned, a section in the roof of the mouth is in direct alignment with the top area of the cranium. In between is important brain matter plus the central control system, the hypothalamus. Teeth X-rays, like all X-rays strip electrons from atoms thereby reducing the normal energy flow. The vibrating drill does further damage to the normal atomic structure of our teeth and bones in the mouth and jaws. In January, 1977 issue of McLeans Magazine, Dr. Tony Brammer of the National Research Council is quoted as saying, "There is a potential problem among workers who operate vibrating tools and equipment." Long before this article appeared, members of our research society were acutely aware of the ill effects of vibrating power tools. Now we are also aware of the problem of the effects of the dentist drill in relation to memory.
Most of us, at sometime or another require our teeth filled. The obvious answer is education and taking steps to counteract the adverse effects after each visit to the dentist. Not only would our memory remain unaffected but it would be safe to assume that our teeth would stay much healthier if the normal flow of forces were reinstated in the teeth and bones of our mouth, jaws, and vertebrae of our neck.