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 

Hi…Sari sounds like Mary…I’m a Canadian artist who invented a map for humans called the Grove Body Part Chart…Grove Health Science is the name of the 12 book series…Most can be found free digitally on this blog or at not for profit prices on Amazon or Smashwords…In 2014, I developed DIY Imaging, a way to see cancer, biochemistry, inflammation, with any camera & free online photo editors…Since then I have been teaching the method & doing diagnostic imaging…DIY Cancer Repair Manual is a Facebook group I manage with *2,601 people(*as of Nov.7, 2017) who are pioneering new ways to solve cancer…DIYImaging.com is being built (2017) to make the diagnostic process even easier…This is revolutionizing diagnostic medicine…I am owned by two intact female bengals cats , B’elanna & Jadzia…My husband of almost 21 years Joseph Grove, does all the laundry, dishes, litter box cleaning & more, to ensure that I am free to plough out the corn , so to speak…

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