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« Reply #30 on: Sep 30, 2015, 06:22 AM »

US: Baby born with half his head missing defies odds

International Business Times
Maria Khan

A baby born with missing brain parts and skull has defied all odds and survived to celebrate his first birthday. Diagnosed with a severe brain developmental abnormality, microhydranencephaly, doctors had predicted little chances of the baby's survival.

Born on 27 August 2014, Jaxon Emmett Buell was only given a few days to survive. However he is now miraculously teething and saying his first words.

Jaxon's father, Brandon Buell, celebrated his son's milestone first birthday with his wife Brittany by sharing a note on a Facebook page dedicated to Jaxon.

"Jaxon has already shown how strong, smart, and special he is, accomplishing feats that doctors doubted he'd ever be able to do, shows improvements each and every day, and just reached a miraculous milestone in celebrating his 1st birthday," read the note on the Facebook page.

"His perseverance and strength already shown is why we are calling his inspirational story, 'Jaxon Strong'...Thank you for any and all gifts, support and prayers given to Jaxon and our family. #JaxonStrong."

The couple found out about the abnormality during Brittany's pregnancy and while they had the choice to abort the baby, they decided against terminating the pregnancy.

Weeks before his first birthday, Jaxon reportedly stopped sleeping through the night and upon examination at a children's hospital in Boston, it was revealed that he is suffering with microhydranencephaly.

He is now on new medication that allows him to sleep through the night.

"He's back to smiling at us, always so happy in the morning after he wakes up and takes turns looking at both Mommy's and Daddy's face, seemingly as if he is so excited to start another day," said Brandon Buell, reported NY Daily News.

"We believe the medical world will also benefit from Jaxon's story, from his rare neurological condition, and from his diagnosis, because we are certainly seeing firsthand how much there is still to learn about the human brain."

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« Reply #31 on: Oct 02, 2015, 09:07 AM »

Thanks Rad for posting this article. It amazes how this cases challenge what is known about the brain. The baby has almost no cortex but is already saying his first words at his first year of age.  

Here's the birthchart for the baby (without birthtime):

I'm taking note of some possible correlations for the brain condition of the baby-being born without most of the cortex and without the cerebellum:

First, the brain as a whole correlates with Uranus and Neptune and the cortex correlates with Uranus and Saturn.

Here we have that Uranus is Rx square to Pluto Rx. Uranus Rx is in Aries conjunct the South Node in Aries, ruled by Mars conjunct Saturn, both in Scorpio, Mars/Saturn beig inconjunct the South Node and Uranus. Neptune is also Rx in Pisces, and Saturn/Mars are square to the nodes of Neptune. Mercury in Virgo is inconjunct the South Node. Chiron is also Rx in Pisces, opposing Mercury in Virgo, and Chiron/Mercury are square the nodes of Uranus. The north node of Chiron is Libra conjunct the Moon's North Node, and conjunct the south node of Mars in Libra. Pallas is in Libra inconjunct Neptune and square to Pluto, and opposite to its own south node in Aries, ruled by Mars. The north node of Pallas is in Virgo, conjunct Mercury, and square the nodes of Uranus. Saturn/Mars are septile to Pluto, and Mercury is tri-septile to Uranus. Also Eris is in Aries conjunct the South Node.

These symbols suggest the condition would originate in intense violent trauma in prior lifetime directly impacting on the brain/head.  

Some symbols in the chart can correlate with increased brain plasticity: Mercury in Virgo opposing Chiron in Pisces, Jupiter inconjunct to Neptune and Pluto, Mercury inconjunct to the South Node and sextile to Mars,  Chiron is bi-quintile to Jupiter and to the North Node. Also, the North Node ruler, Venus, being in Leo bi-quintile to Pluto and conjunct the north node of Mercury in Leo, with Mercury itself being in Virgo conjunct the Moon, Mercury being trine to Pluto: receiving care, nurturance and love by the family/mother/father.

God Bless, Gonzalo
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