noticed your questions about estrogen…

My DIY diagnostic imaging method uses regular pictures that you take yourself…Then you edit them using online free photo editors…One of the methods is in an editor called Lunapic…

I calibrated the edit steps to show one specific element very very well…Phosphorus…

Phosphorus is the molecule that would in the real world be found in estrogen(not only)…

Phosphorus is also found in cheeses, yogurt, blue mold, salmonella creatures…But I found that it was an excellent cancer marker…Anyways…It comes up as a colour…

Though I did not build my edit methods using thermographic ideas, some of what I do is similar in the end…

You know how in thermography you get different coloured rings? so, when I was developing ways to see under the skin, I identified what the colours were…

The language I was using had different colours…

But sometimes I can “translate” a thermograph to my own language, to identify what the colours mean…

Long story short, I can “see” estrogen” from a picture…I call it Phosphorus…Here is an example of someone who let me use her pictures…

Artist 

***Someone named J. Carpenter wrote a brilliant review of a book(Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One, by Dr. Joe Dispenza), which included the following excerpt:" the Wright Brothers were bicycle repairmen who were also printers and that they never took a single university-level (or any formal) course on aerodynamics; Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian actress, who with George Anthiel, a composer, developed a "Secret Communications System" to help combat the Nazis in World War II. Michael Faraday, a man who with no formal education worked in a bookshop and yet revolutionized our understanding of electricity; William Herschel was a German musician who discovered Uranus and several moons with a home-made telescope ridiculed by scientists; Donald G. Harden was a high-school teacher, not a cryptologist or criminologist, who cracked the code of the Zodiac Killer--an unknown murderer who terrorized the San Francisco area in the 70's, attacking couples in secluded areas, and George Mendel was an uneducated monk who discovered how genetics work." I add this excerpt, to remind people that yes indeed, artists can innovate in medicine...& so on... Joseph & Sari Grove are a married Canadian couple who also happen to work together...They are both artists who have focussed their attention on innovating in Medicine...Their 9 book series is called Grove Health Science, & it is based on an idea called The Grove Body Part Chart...The Chart simplifies the body into 12 body parts, & identifies the 2 elements in each part that live together, detoxifying or repairing...This groundbreaking theory serves as the basis for unravelling the tangled web that medicine & pharmaceuticals & nutraceuticals have become, into a single comprehensible thread...The books build one upon the other, leading up to the 9th book, DIY Cancer Repair Manual, which serves DIYselfers & practitioners alike...Highlights include DIY diagnostic imaging at home to look for malignancies, tumour size & biochemistry-all just with a camera & a computer & an internet connection...ps.Thursday March 23rd, 2017:There are now 11 (ELEVEN) books! p.p.s.We request equal rep by pop by gender (1:1 ratio female:male)in all sports stadiums in Canada, as apology for the pole comment made to Dianne Watts MP!

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