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« Reply #30 on: Jul 03, 2013, 05:58 AM »

Hi Rad,
What parts are included in the "primary brain?"

Thank you so much,
God Bless,
Katherine

Hi Katherine,

The two pictures attached show the whole of the primary or hindbrain where the primary brain has the number one on it in the first picture, and the purple color for it in the second picture. For those not familiar with it here is a description of it's function. Our correlations apply to the WHOLE of the primary brain.

"The hindbrain is located toward the rear and lower portion of a person’s brain. It is responsible for controlling a number of important body functions and process, including respiration and heart rate. The brain stem is an important part of the hindbrain, and it controls functions that are critical to life, such as breathing and swallowing. The cerebellum is also located here, playing a role in physical ability.

The brain stem is a structure that connects the brain to the spinal cord. Damage to this structure can be catastrophic, as it controls such things as blood pressure, heartbeat, and swallowing. It is made up of three parts: the medulla, reticular formation, and pons.

The medulla controls how and when a person’s heart beats, as well as his blood pressure, breathing, and even his ability to swallow or cough. This part of a person’s brain stem functions by itself, without relying on the person’s intentions, which is why a person’s heart beats without him making it do so. It’s also the reason people breathe even when they are focused on other things.

The reticular formation is a network of nerves important to a person’s attention or focus, as well as his response to stimuli. This part of the brain helps an individual pay attention to just one important thing, even if he’s faced with several types of stimuli at once. It blocks those less important stimuli, allowing the person to focus. For example, if a person is a potentially dangerous situation, the reticular formation blocks other stimuli, allowing him to focus solely on doing what’s needed to help him survive.

Interestingly, the reticular formation slows down when a person goes to sleep. It does not, however, stop working to block some sensory messages while allowing others through. This area of the brain is the reason many people can stay asleep despite the sounds of passing cars or creaks and groans of a house settling, yet wake to the sound of a smoke detector.

The pons is the part of the hindbrain located above the medulla. It forms a kind of bridge between the medulla and the cerebellum. This structure relays messages between the cerebellum and the cerebrum, which is part of the forebrain. It also helps control movement and plays a role in sleep.

The cerebellum is located to the rear of the brain stem. Its role involves muscle tone and posture, influences motor control, and helps a person to perform smooth, controlled movements. The cerebellum also important in coordinating the movements that people make without thinking or concentrating first, such as walking forward."

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« Reply #31 on: Jul 04, 2013, 09:00 AM »

Hi All,

So now we can list the correlations to Neptune, Pisces, and the 12 house.

Anatomical:

Pineal gland with Pluto
Thymus gland with Pluto and the hormone called thymosin
B and T cells with Saturn
Immune system in general with specific co-rulers depending on other functions in the body that correlate with immunity. For example, with Pluto because of it's correlation with the intestinal tract.
The feet.
To the spleen with is co-ruled with Pluto and Venus

Physiological:

Melatonin
Seratonin
Melanin
All fluids in the body with co-rulers being Pluto and the Moon
Dopamine

Chakra system

The crown chakra
The sacral chakra with co-ruler Jupiter
The astral body

Neptune also correlates with the phenomena of consciousness, the consciousness of the Soul. It correlates with sleep/being awake, dreams, visions, and hallucinations that occur within consciousness.

If you have any questions please ask.

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« Reply #32 on: Jul 04, 2013, 11:13 AM »

Hi Rad,

You mentioned toxins correlation with Pluto. Do 'poisons' correlate with Puto and Neptune, or only Pluto?

And, is there an actual chakra which is called the 'Thymus chakra'? Does it correlate with Neptune?

Thanks so much

God Bless,

Gonzalo
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« Reply #33 on: Jul 05, 2013, 07:41 AM »

Hi Rad,

You mentioned toxins correlation with Pluto. Do 'poisons' correlate with Puto and Neptune, or only Pluto?

And, is there an actual chakra which is called the 'Thymus chakra'? Does it correlate with Neptune?

Thanks so much

God Bless,

Gonzalo

Hi Gonzalo,

Yes, poisons correlate with Pluto, Scorpio, and the 8th House. No, there is no chakra called the "Thymus Chakra". The thymus gland, however, will correlate with the throat chakra.

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« Reply #34 on: Jul 08, 2013, 08:06 AM »

Hi Group,

So here are the correlations to Uranus, the 11th house, and the sign Aquarius.

Anatomy:

The brain in general with specific co-rulers.

The hindbrain or primary brain: Pluto with Uranus
The midbrain: with the Moon
The inner brain: with Venus, Neptune
The left hemisphere: with Mercury
The right hemisphere: with Jupiter
The cortex with Saturn
The frontal lobes and the parietal lobes with are co-ruled with Venus and Neptune
The Occipital lobe with the Moon
The Temporal lobe with Mercury
The brain stem with Neptune and Pluto

Within the brain:

The medulla
The limbic system with Neptune, Moon, and Pluto as general co-rulers
The Amygdala with the Moon, Pluto, and Mercury
The Cingulate gyrus with the Moon
The Fornix with Saturn
The Parahippocampal gyrus with Saturn
The Hypothalamus with the Moon
The Thalamus with Neptune
The Hippocampus
The Basal ganglia with Jupiter
The neurotransmitters with Mercury and Neptune in general with specific correlations like Acetylcholine that is then co-ruled with Mars, GABA which is co-ruled with Saturn, and Serotonin with is co-ruled with Saturn and the Moon.
The synapses
The neurons
The axons
The sacs
The receptors with Venus and Neptune
The sheath that can have myelin within it that is then co-ruled with Saturn.


The neurotransmitters with Mercury and Neptune in general with specific correlations like Acetylcholine that is then co-ruled with Mars, GABA which is co-ruled with Saturn, and Serotonin with is co-ruled with Saturn and the Moon.

The types of neurotransmitters also correlate with specific physiological substances which are:

Dopamine, Serotonin,  Gaba, and Acetylcholoine.

Additional anatomical correlations:

The entire central Nervous system with co-ruler Mercury.
The sympathetic and parasympathetic systems with co-rulers the Moon and Mercury.
The sheathing on the various nerves throughout the body that is co-ruled with Saturn
The Lungs and bronchial tubes
To the trachea which is co-ruled with Saturn
To the structure of the nose which is co-ruled with Saturn and Venus

The chakra system:

The mid layer of the root chakra which has the co-rulers of Saturn which is the outer layer, and Pluto which is the core.

With the co-ruler Mercury it correlates with the very nature of thought: thinking. As a result it correlates with the 'messaging' taking place within the entire physical body that is ultimately traceable to the various areas within the brain itself.

Uranus also correlates with what are called 'free radicals', strokes, dehydration, stress and tension, and the full spectrum of neurological disorders. It also correlates to the physical action of 'bursting' when an existing restriction within the body has reached an extreme that then triggers this bursting action.

If you have any questions please ask them of me.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #35 on: Jul 09, 2013, 09:13 AM »

Hi Rad,

The detail within Uranus correlations in the anatomy is incredible.

Hope it is ok to share this ..was just amazed when I was reading through the Uranus post you made. My Mom has Parkinsons Disease and you shared that Uranus rules the mid brain with the Moon.  Uranus also correlates to the neurotransmitter Dopamine. Parkinsons is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. The motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease result from the death of dopamine-generating cells in the region of the midbrain.

Her natal Uranus is in Aries in the 7th and inconjuncts her Moon in Scorpio in the 2nd, and it is exact, reflecting this imbalance. Also her Pluto in Cancer in the 10th, which is ruled by that Moon and Pluto squares her Uranus in Aries.

Her disease was diagnosed when Pluto in Cap first squared Uranus in Aries in 2011. Amazing in that she was born when Pluto in Cancer was squaring Uranus in Aries and her disease manifested when Pluto was in Cap squaring Aries on the other side.

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Rad, I have a couple questions.

As I understand things, a great many of diseases are rooted in emotional unrest or emotional repression and this energy then manifesting in physical symptoms. Is this an accurate way to understand this?

I realize there will be Soul's with genetic pre-dispositions making them more susceptible to different conditions but then would a way to understand the emotional piece be that it would dictate the degree of the manifestation or perhaps the onset occurring earlier with higher degrees of repression and/or stress?


Thank you for your invaluable wisdom on the subject.

Peace,
Kristin
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« Reply #36 on: Jul 10, 2013, 06:38 AM »

Hi Kristin,

Rad, I have a couple questions.

As I understand things, a great many of diseases are rooted in emotional unrest or emotional repression and this energy then manifesting in physical symptoms. Is this an accurate way to understand this?

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Yes..

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I realize there will be Soul's with genetic pre-dispositions making them more susceptible to different conditions but then would a way to understand the emotional piece be that it would dictate the degree of the manifestation or perhaps the onset occurring earlier with higher degrees of repression and/or stress?

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This is certainly a possibility.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #37 on: Jul 11, 2013, 06:48 AM »

Hi Rad,
I am having a (until now) little problem in the retina, a movement. Which is the ruler?
Do you have any suggestion?
Thank you
God Bless
Mirta
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« Reply #38 on: Jul 11, 2013, 07:33 AM »

Hi Rad,
I am having a (until now) little problem in the retina, a movement. Which is the ruler?
Do you have any suggestion?
Thank you
God Bless
Mirta

Hi Mirta,

The retina correlates with the Moon, Cancer, and the 4th House. For legal reasons we can't suggest anything.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #39 on: Jul 11, 2013, 08:12 AM »

Hi Rad,

Thank you so much for this excellent information.  I am wondering about any co-ruler correlations for the vagus nerve, a cranial nerve running from the medulla down into the organ systems.  The "tone" of this nerve has been implicated in a lot of trauma recovery and response, as well as overall emotional regulation and specifically with the capacity to move out of primitive states of mind into more evolved states of mind.   The nerve specifically has two parts:   

"Dorsal vagal complex: The dorsal branch of the vagus originates in the dorsal motor nucleus and is considered the phylogenetically older branch.  This branch is unmyelinated and exists in most vertebrates. This branch is also known as the “vegetative vagus” because it is associated with primal survival strategies of primitive vertebrates, reptiles, and amphibians.  Under great stress, these animals freeze when threatened, conserving their metabolic resources."

"Ventral vagal complex: With increased neural complexity seen in mammals (due to phylogenetic development) evolved a more sophisticated system to enrich behavioral and affective responses to an increasingly complex environment.[1] The ventral branch of the vagus originates in the nucleus ambiguus and is myelinated to provide more control and speed in responding. This branch is also known as the “smart vagus” because it is associated with the regulation of sympathetic “fight or flight” behaviors in the service of social affiliative behaviors. These behaviors include social communication and self-soothing and calming. In other words, this branch of the vagus can inhibit or disinhibit defensive limbic circuits, depending on the situation. The VVC provides primary control of supradiaphragmatic visceral organs, such as the esophagus, bronchi, pharynx, and larynx. The VVC also exerts important influence on the heart."

These are excerpts from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyvagal_Theory

Thank you so much Rad and God bless,

Jason
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« Reply #40 on: Jul 11, 2013, 09:38 AM »

Hi Jason,

These nerve complexes correlate to Uranus and Pluto.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #41 on: Jul 11, 2013, 10:12 AM »

Sorry Rad, I shouldn't have asked this way.
I am having very frequent medical control for the next 2 weeks.

I really appreciate the rulership. It gave me a important clue of its relation to what is happening at a psychological and Soul level.

Thank you so much for this so complete and specific information, a real treasure, as all EA and your work is.
God Bless
Mirta
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« Reply #42 on: Jul 11, 2013, 03:32 PM »

Hi Rad

What are the correlations for:

- Placenta ... Moon and Pluto?

- Umbilical cord

- Membranes in general ?

Thank you so much,

God Bless,
Gonzalo
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« Reply #43 on: Jul 12, 2013, 07:03 AM »

Hi Gonzalo,

Hi Rad

What are the correlations for:

- Placenta ... Moon and Pluto?

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The Moon, Pluto, AND Neptune

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- Umbilical cord

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Pluto, Moon, and Neptune

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- Membranes in general ?

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Membranes are thin layers of tissue that provide a surface lining or protective surface to organs or body structures. There are four types of membranes. They are:

    Cutaneous: pertaining to the skin which correlates with Saturn.

    Mucous: the lubricating membrane lining an internal surface or organ. An example of mucous membrane would be the gums which correlate with the Moon and Pluto.

    Serous: thin membranes that line cavities that secrete serous fluid. An example would be the peritoneum which correlates with Pluto and the Moon.

    Synovial: dense connective tissue membrane that secretes synovial fluid which correlates with Pluto and Saturn.



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« Reply #44 on: Jul 12, 2013, 07:16 AM »

Hi Group,

Given the questions from Gonzalo I thought this might be the right moment to discuss and correlate what the various tissues are within the body.

The Various Tissues Of The Human Body

A layer or group of cells that collectively perform a specific function forms tissues. These are the main types of tissues found in the human body and their functions.

Tissues are composed of groups or layers of cells, which collectively perform a specific function. Different types of tissues have different structures that are specific to their function. Tissues can be held together by a sticky coating called an ‘extracellular matrix’ or the matrix may weave the cells of tissues together. The Latin word for tissue is derived from the verb texere, “to weave”.

These are the major tissue types in the human body:

    Connective
    Epithelial
    Muscular
    Nervous system
    Lymphatic

Connective Tissue

Connective tissue is made up of cells and protein fibers and provides support for other body tissues. The main proteins in connective tissue are collagen and elastin. There are five types of connective tissue. They are:

    Loose connective tissue: including adipose tissue (fat storage) which correlates with the Moon and Pluto
    Dense connective tissue which correlates with Pluto
    Blood which correlates with Mars, Venus and Pluto
    Bone which correlates with Pluto and Saturn
    Cartilage which correlates with Pluto and Saturn

Epithelial Tissue

Epithelial tissue, often called epithelium, is comprised of tightly packed cells, arranged to form layers. Epithelium provides many functions, including absorption, excretion, protection, reproduction, secretion and sensory reception.

Epithelial cells are constantly renewing and replacing the dead or inactive cells. The two main epithelial tissue types are:

    Glandular: found in exocrine and endocrine glands which correlates with Pluto
    Lining epithelium: forms the outer layer of the skin and in some internal organs which correlates with Pluto and Saturn

Muscular Tissue

Muscle tissue provides stability to the skeleton and internal organs and allows body movement. Muscle tissue makes up approximately 60% of the body’s mass and there are three types of muscle tissue. These are:

    Cardiac: found in the heart with correlates with the Sun, Mars, and Pluto
    Skeletal: usually attached to bone which correlates with Pluto, Mars, and Saturn
    Smooth: found in walls of blood vessels in digestive system, respiratory system and the eye which correlates with Pluto, Uranus, and the Moon respectively.

Nervous System Tissue

The nervous system is made up of the Central Nervous System (CNS) and the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS). Comprised of neural and nervous tissue, the CNS and PNS transmit signals from the brain to the body parts (muscles, glands, sense organs) to activate a response which correlates with Uranus, Mercury, and Pluto

Lymphatic Tissue

Lymphatic, or lymphoid tissue is found at the entrance of the digestive system, respiratory system and urogenital tracts. The lymphoid tissue provides protection as a first line of defense for these areas which correlates with Neptune and Pluto.

If you have any questions please ask me. We will continue on with Saturn's correlations with the anatomy, physiology, and the chakra system at the top of next week: Monday.

God Bless, Rad
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