Homotoxicology , Meridian Testing and Cancer (Bioscan)
Modern medical science has confirmed what ancient medical science already knew: there are six stages to disease, and the cancer stage is the final one. The modern science known as homotoxicology gives us a map to guide us in what to expect when a person’s health is getting worse or getting better. Here’s how it works in a nutshell.
The immune system is the guide to health and disease. It is the most critical system in the body. If it is healthy, we are healthy, and if it is sick, we are sick. When a disease entity or toxin first tries to enter the body, the immune system tries to kick it back out through couphing, sweating, vomiting, urinating, or purging. This is the first stage, the excretion phase. If the immune system is not successful, then the disease goes deeper, and the immune system resorts to the inflammatory process to fight it, resulting in swollen glands full of white blood cells trying to kill germs, fevers, and other inflammations. This is the second or inflammatory phase. If this does not stop the disease, it enters what is known as the deposition stage. The immune system takes the disease entity and, as much as it can, shunts it aside and deposits it out of harm’s way till it can find a way to get rid of it. This means putting the disease or toxins in a non-life-threatening area such as the connective tissue or muscles. This is part of the overall process where the immune system is proactive in fighting disease. This is the field of action within which most of our symptoms occur, because most of the outright symptoms we experience are NOT due to the disease but the body’s attempts to fight the disease. This is the side of the equation on which the immune system is relatively healthy.
If these three stages are unsuccessful in dealing with the disease entity, then the immune system enters into the chronic illness side of the equation. The toxic, diseased entities deposited in relatively harmless areas of the body are now too numerous and collecting too rapidly to be removed. Now the body must think not about winning, but about cutting its losses. In this phase, the body seals away and literally entombs toxins, hoping to minimize harm to the whole system, and this stage is thus called the impregnation phase. Eventually, toxins begin to break down the barriers sealing them away, and the surrounding tissues begin to rot. This process gradually spreads to the body as a whole, and so this is the degeneration phase. When this carries on long enough, some area of the body which has already been toxified goes haywire and no longer functions properly at all. The routine cellular regeneration process in that area becomes so degenerated that the cells are too weak to grow up into normal cells, and so they stop at a juvenile level of growth and begin to seek nourishment, aggressively, like teenage gang members looting a devastated town. This is the so-called dedifferentiation stage, where young cells stop differentiating into the various types of tissue needed to perform the body’s work, and instead become monsters bent on destroying all in their path.