Tuesday, June 9, 2009

How people can hear animals or people thoughts...

Hello,
Smaller soundwaves are at a higher pitch...In a smaller animal, thoughtwaves are shorter than humans', just because of size...Some humans can hear shorter higher soundwaves...Thoughtwaves are very high pitch soundwaves...The higher the pitch a human is able to hear, the more likely they can hear other humans' & other animals' thoughtwaves...
Injury, like concussion, can cause swelling in the brain, & shorten available waves...If you fell on your head as a child, sometimes that just stays that way...That is why people who fall on their head can often hear others' thoughts...
I fell on the back of my head when I was 2-1/2...I can often hear horses, dogs, cats, birds, people...depends on the day...
Nice to meet you...(animal communicators often have the ability to hear shorter waves...like thoughtwaves...you know, that tiny voice inside your head, it really is a tiny voice, making a very tiny sound, that can be heard...think EEGs, electroencephalograms...brain waves make noise...)

Two more thoughts...Calabar Bean & Hair Bleach...

1) The Calabar Bean is used as the antidote for nicotine poisoning...also as an antidote for belladonna poisoning...The calabar bean is what you take in response to being exposed to nightshade plants...(nicotine, belladonna are two...) Atropine is the property in those nightshade plants that the calabar bean is opposite to...
Theory: If agent orange is related to nicotine, then those exposed to agent orange could take the calabar bean as an antidote...
(Based on the fact that nicotine is used as a leaf defoliant, nicotine could cause peripheral neuropathy,nicotine can cause chorea & tremors, nicotine might be in the same class as agent orange...)Article basically explaining that the calabar bean can be used as an antidote to leaf defoliant type herbicides like Agent Orange, but that in & of itself the military discovered that the antidote- the calabar bean could also be used as a weapon too...so be careful, the antidote could be more dangerous than the poison!!!!

Tweet:@KathysArt Pyridostigmine is derived from the calabar bean & is given to troops as a preventative antidote to nerve gas, investigate calabar bean (or pyridostigmine bromide available as a syrup) as antidote for Agent Orange poisoning...
Link to article ...



2)If hairdressers, specifically colourists, tend to get bladder or pancreatic cancer from hair bleach exposure, do they conversely have protection or immunity to diabetes? (since bleach might clean the pancreas where an antibiotic excess of mold might gather & cause diabetes?)...(lung cancer? brain cancer? (in people who don't smoke or take birth control?) (possible cause contamination of water supply in high density areas urban like New York...-note: ginseng has applications for diabetes)...)

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