Background

I met Ray in March 1978 through his wife, Meg, who is a very good astrologer. At 10 30 a.m., on February 4, 1978, in Dayton, Ohio, Ray had suffered a heart attack, probably caused by a clot in the artery. Meg asked me to do a Med-Scan because she had progressed Ray's chart to July of 1978 and did not like what she saw in fact, she saw his potential death at that time. Ray suffered from arterial sclerosis (clogging of the arteries with plaque buildup). At first his condition had been...

History and Characteristics

There is a precarious balance between potassium and sodium within the body there should always be approximately two parts potassium to one part sodium. Together the two minerals act as a team to regulate water within the body. While potassium does its work from inside the cell structure, sodium works outside the cells. Between the two minerals the osmotic pressure is maintained, approximately equal to the pressure of the circulating blood. Aldosterone seems to decide how much potassium or...

Recent Clinical Developments

Vitamin C is a powerful friend to many other vitamins. Taken in sufficient doses, for example, it decreases symptoms of a deficiency of folic acid by stimulating formation of the citrovorum factor or folinic acid. In addition, it protects thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, vitamin A and vitamin E against the oxidation process. And vitamin B-12 can be replaced or potentiated by ascorbic acid in lactic acid bacterial. One of the best vitamin teams is vitamin C and pantothenic...

5 How much milk do you drink

There is much confusion about the role of milk in today's diet. At one time milk was very good taken in moderation. Moreover, lactose, a natural sugar that is beneficial to us, appears only in milk it helps maintain a healthy bacterial balance in the body and assists in the assimilation of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium. But nowadays the milk we buy is hardly fit for human consumption. It is peppered with toxic chemicals, such as DDT, pesticides and other herbicides found on the grass that...

Saturn Neptune

A hard aspect between Saturn and Neptune represents a major disease configuration, implying chronic, long-term ailments or a genetic or hereditary weakness. For instance, there may be a hereditary shortage of pantothenic acid Neptune , causing several problems. With an accompanying hard aspect from Mars there may be low blood pressure. With either Saturn or Neptune in Capricorn arthritis is a possibility. A hard aspect from Jupiter can mean that the liver is manufacturing insufficient...

Sun Jupiter

Any time Jupiter is conjunct and in tight orb with the Sun five degrees or less , there may be either too much or too little of the vitamins and minerals ruled by these two planets the vitamins A and D Sun and B-6, biotin, cholin, inositol and pangamic acid all ruled by Jupiter and the minerals iodine and magnesium Sun and chromium, manganese and zinc Jupiter . A person with such a configuration in the natal chart should undergo physician's tests to determine if there is a deficiency or...

Capricorn

Muscles Patellar ligament and popliteus. Arteries The iliac and popliteal to a partial extent . Veins Poplitea and exterior saphenous. Cell Salt Calcarea phosphorica. Closely connected with the digestive system, Capricorn rules the processes of the gallbladder. This organ secretes a dark green liquid called bile into the duodenum. The bile is then spurted into the food, chemically emulsifying the fats and promoting strong peristalsis. Without sufficient bile, fats go...