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Cosmic Heart by Mind Map: Cosmic Heart
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Cosmic Heart

The Heart is not a pump as claimed in academia. The Heart is a blood flow regulator which controls the imploding blood in our bodies via twin opposing vortices created within the Heart. The Heart has never pumped a drop of blood, it is not a pressure pump as Frank Chester has documented so clearly in his work.“Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication” Leonardo Da Vinci

the heart is a geometric vortex

why your heart is not a pump

…not only was Steiner correct that the heart is not a pump, but our understanding of heart disease – with its origins in the blood vessels – is completely wrong. And this gross misunderstanding, with its attendant medications and risky surgeries, is the reason heart disease remains the most common cause of death worldwide.


the heart is not a pump

het hart is geen pomp

Allereerst iets over de locatie van het hart. Als je water een heuvel opwilt pompen, waar plaats je de pomp dan, onderaan of bovenaan de heuvel? Onderaan natuurlijk. Waarom dan zit het menselijk hart zo hoog, helemaal in de borstholte? Als je de ‘pomp’ bovenaan de heuvel plaatst, is het dan niet een zuiginstallatie in plaats van een pomp? Dat is precies wat het hart doet. Het maakt gebruik van uiterst effectieve naarbinnen trekkende energie in plaats van de veel minder effectieve naarbuiten gerichte energie die juist energie kost en minder rendement oplevert.

het hart als zuiger

not a pump tom cowan

blood drives the heart

Our ultimate aim is to demonstrate as much as we can of theheart's con­sciousness. We have already made interesting progress in thisdirection. The embryologist Bremer had shown, but failed himself to see, thatboth blood and heart express conscious functions. He took movies of the twoblood streams traveling in the single tube stage of heart formation and this iswhat he saw: each stream spiraling around its own longitudinal axis and bothstreams spiraling around each other in graceful motion. This tells us that theblood streams can navigate; they know where they are, where they want to go andhow they will get there. The streams do not collide, travel at differentvelocities but arrive at the same time at their destination.The embryonic heart also demonstrates its consciousness:when the blood enters the heart, the heart senses the spiraling motion of theblood, mimics it and times its impulse to boost the blood motion to maximizeenergy transfer and minimize disturbance to the blood flow pattern. The heart'sengagement of the blood is beautifully in phase.Of course the well-known blushing and blanching of thecheeks in shame and fear respectively told us long ago that the blood reacts tothe motions of the soul.The heart is not a pressure pump nor is it a metaphor. It isthe seat of good and evil. Its noble reality is implied by Christ's referencesto it, "Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, Believe also inme."Ralph MarinelliRudolf Steiner Research Center2825 VinsettaRoyal Oak, MI 48073Correspondence welcome.

steiners heart is not a pump

Rudolf Steiner's Quackery

steiners blunders

pomping heart

However, a major misconception about how blood circulates is the assumptionthat it flows in a laminar fashion, whereas in reality the main pattern appearsto be a vortex. This leads to a whole new con­cept of circulatory dynamics--onewhich goes a long way towards explaining the close interaction between theheart and the blood-- both of which are derived from the same embryonicmaterial.Clues to circulatory physiology are found in embryology. Twoof the main embryological observations have been that the blood startscirculating before the heart has been fully formed and that it circulates in aspiraling fashion, as in the single-stage tube heart of the chick be­fore thevalves have developed.

the heart is a sacred vortex

In the developing human embryo, blood is already streaming rhythmically through its blood vessels before the heart has even formed. Something other than the heart, therefore, must be responsible for this movement of the blood. The heart that develops later appears to function more like a balancing brake: blood streams into the left ventricle in a clockwise direction and then vortexes around itself, finally emerging from the left ventricle in the opposite, counter-clockwise direction. At the moment when the blood flow reverses, there is no movement; absolute stillness reigns. However, this is a dynamic rest. This is the exact moment, simultaneous in time and space, that for Frank Chester represents the eternally present heart-centered state in each human being.

a vortex-creating machine

the heart is an implosion

dynamic heart circulation

heart coherence

blood flow regulator

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the heart has a brain

Research in the past two decades has shown that the heart is an information processing center that can learn, remember, and act independently of the cranial brain and actually connect and send signals to key brain areas such as the amygdala, thalamus, and hypothalamus, which regulate our perceptions and emotions. It seems we have a second “brain” in our chest. [Source 1] As a result, the brain-heart connection is steadily being paid more attention throughout academia. In the journal Nature Neuroscience, for example, scientists conducted experiments using functional imaging and a heartbeat detection task to track the psychosomatic link between certain neural systems and the viscera, or internal organs, particularly the heart. The authors conclude that this “interoceptive awareness” contributes yet another layer to the total yet composite experience we call “consciousness.” [Source 2]

thinking from the heart