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Practical Observations of Multiple Sclerosis Patients Treated with
Esogetic Medicine and an Audacious Clinical Trial Proposal
Elizabeth Carr, A.P., C.C.P., M.S., Portia Deborah Wilson, B.A.
KEYWORDSMultiple sclerosis, Esogetic medicine, Colorpuncture, Peter Mandel, practicalobservations, clinical trial
ABSTRACTHealth outcomes in this practical treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis weredependent on the appropriate use of therapeutic technologies and the application ofEsogetic medicine: Colorpuncture, Color Connective Tissue Massage, Lower HeelClock, Coordination therapy, Conflict therapy, and Transmitter Relay treatments,among others. Forty-three patients were treated with Peter Mandel’s Esogeticmedicine over nearly five years in Naples, Florida, United States. Anecdotalresponses to the Esogetic treatments were nearly all positive. Temporaryimprovements in gait, reduction in chronic pain, elevation of mood, and resolution ofnumbness were effected. Four extraordinary outcomes are reported. An audaciousclinical trial is proposed in which twenty multiple sclerosis patients under the care ofa Certified Colorpuncture Practitioner (CCP) are observed, treated with or without theapplication of Esogetic medicine, and provided a specific journal/questionnaire tomaintain for one year. MRIs and cholesterol testing are required of participants.
INTRODUCTIONMultiple sclerosis, or MS, is a frustratingly difficult disease to diagnose andtreatments are varied. Diagnosis typically consists of an MRI (magnetic resonanceimaging), or spinal tap (lumbar puncture), or VEP (visually evoked potential) and,ideally, a complete description of the symptoms reported by the patient. Clinicalobservations are made of the patient’s responses to visual stimuli, gait, knee and anklereflexes, and limb strength and stiffness.1 Currently, 2.5 million people worldwidehave been affected.2 Women with MS outnumber men three-to-one.3 MS affectsCaucasians more frequently than Hispanics and Blacks.4 It is relatively rare amongAsians and African Blacks.5 Children are the fastest growing group worldwidediagnosed with the disease.6
MS is known as a disease of multiple scarring which can affect the transmission ofelectrical signals to nerve cells. The medical community classifies MS as a chronic“immune-mediated” disease7 in which the body’s defense system attacks the myelinsheath (fatty substance) that surrounds and protects the nerve fibers of the brain, theoptic nerves, and the spinal cord. This attack by macrophages is in response to aninflammation in these areas. In a healthy human body, the myelin sheath allows thenerve impulses to move quickly along the nerve path. In an MS patient, macrophagesattack the myelin sheath, causing lesions (holes) to form. This process is termeddemyelination. When the patient can regenerate the myelin sheath, nerve functionwill return to normal. However, when the myelin sheath is damaged and does notregenerate, the lesion can heal into scar tissue that impairs nerve function. With each
new lesion, nerve impairment can increase, depending on the placement of lesion(s).
The level of disability in the patient can also increase with each new lesion.
MS symptoms vary and include issues with sensory and motor function. Fatigue,lassitude, numbness, pins and needles, loss of balance and coordination, slurredspeech, sexual dysfunction, tremors, chronic pain, neuropathy, dysesthesia (burningpain), bladder and bowel dysfunction are common. Other symptoms are moredebilitating: paralysis, blindness, and cognitive problems are among them.
The treatment protocol for MS calls for the patient to begin self-injections withAvonex, Betaseron, Copaxone, or Rebif immediately after the diagnosis. The patientdoes not experience pain relief because the medications do not address the sensoryand motor function symptoms of MS. Avonex and Rebif are prescribed to reduce thefrequency of relapses and to slow the progression of myelin sheath deterioration.
Copaxone is used to reduce the frequency of exacerbations and Betaseron isprescribed in relapsing and remitting MS to reduce the frequency and severity ofexacerbations.8
Patient compliance in administering the injections can be an issue in those withcognitive problems. Other patients do not want to inject the drugs because the long-term effects are not known. The side effects from using the steroidal medications(interferon beta-1a and interferon beta-1b) are flu-like symptoms of fatigue, chills,fever, and muscle aches, pain or swelling at the injection site, depression, anxiety,confusion, and sleeping and eating disorders. These side effects typically subside inone to three days after the medication is administered.9
With acute exacerbations a steroidal infusion, usually Solu-Medrol or Decadron, isgiven to reduce the inflammation and to close the blood brain barrier. The infusionmay be followed by oral corticosteroids such as Prednisone. The National MultipleSclerosis Society states, “The side effects of long-term continuous steroid use areserious and well-documented. These include stomach ulcers, weight gain, acne,cataracts, osteoporosis (thinning of the bones), deterioration of the head and of thethigh bone and chemical diabetes.”10
The current neurological treatments for MS do not prevent the disease, do not cure thedisease, do not repair the myelin sheath, and do not aid in the repair of lostfunctions.11 For example, the common loss of bladder function has a cascading effectin a predictable path beginning with an infection. The infection is treated with anantibiotic. The use of an antibiotic often leads to candida, which requires further drugtreatment. A CCP is able to alleviate the bladder dysfunction to stop the cycle ofinfection and treatment by modulating the kidney and bladder systems. Theantidepressants, anti-anxiety, and pain medications which may also be prescribed addto a patient’s existing condition, if any, of decreased sexual function, constipation, ordrowsiness. Certainly, these problems indicate the need for alternative therapies.
Under the care of a CCP, forty-three multiple sclerosis patients in the United Stateseffected temporary but significant gains in their physical or emotional health whentreated primarily with Color Connective Tissue Massage and Lower Heel Clocktherapies. The patients were able to subdue their chronic physical pain as well asdecrease their emotional stress, often in their first sessions. Other observed gains
were, in varying degrees, alleviating muscle stiffness, numbness, speech clearing,fatigue, cognitive problems, and bladder/bowel control. Ongoing treatments wererequired for continued positive health outcomes.
METHODS: ESOGETIC MEDICINE, PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS, ANDPATIENT RESPONSESIn the therapies and practical observations described in this paper, MS patients weretreated with Esogetic medicine as part of the holistic care program offered by amultiple sclerosis wellness center in the United States. Thirty-four were female (79%)and nine were male (21%). They were predominately Caucasian with 7.5% Hispanic.
The patients ranged in age from twenty-eight to eighty at the start of treatments. Twopatients were twenty to thirty years old. Nine patients were thirty-one to forty yearsold. The forty-one to fifty year old category was the largest with thirteen patients.
Eleven patients were between fifty-one and sixty years old with five patients betweenthe ages of sixty-one and seventy. One patient was seventy-one and one patient waseighty at the beginning of her treatment.
Percentages of Patients by Age
MS Home: The Multiple Sclerosis Center of Southwest Florida , Inc., is a nonprofitorganization in Naples, Florida, USA. It includes a Wellness Program offeringtherapeutic treatments for two hundred and fifty people with MS. Esogetic Medicinehas been an integral part of the MS Home’s Wellness Program since December 2001.
The patients treated had a combination of relapsing-remitting MS, primaryprogressive MS and secondary-progressive MS. Some were taking Avonex,Betaseron, Copaxone or Rebif while others were not taking any medications. Anumber of them were on Prozac or Wellbutrin. Many were supplementing with herbs,vitamins and minerals. Seven of the patients were receiving live sheep cell injectionsat the Villa Medica in Edinkoben, Germany as part of their MS treatment.
Each patient brought a wide range of health concerns that are typical for people withMS: numbness, loss of balance, slurred speech, cognitive problems, bowel and
bladder dysfunction, intolerance to Florida’s heat, and leg spasticity. The majority ofpatients presented more than one concern at each appointment. The CCP started eachappointment with a diagnostic black and white Kirlian photograph of the electricalenergy output of the patient’s hands and feet, provided the appropriate application ofEsogetic medicine, and took a follow up Kirlian photograph measuring the patient’selectrical response to the treatment.12
Patients were primarily treated with Color Connective Tissue Massage and the LowerHeel Clock. Some patients responded better to Coordination One and the PolarityLines (Thalamus, Limbic or Hypothalamus Lines) alternating with the ConflictTherapies. Other appropriate therapies for specific symptoms included the use ofacupuncture needles, spectral and soul spirit light, infrared, ultraviolet, and gray light,and the Esogetic clock.
PATIENT RESPONSESThirty-four of the forty-three MS Home patients treated (79%) reported that Esogeticmedicine improved their quality of life. Six patients (14%) reported little to nochange with the treatments. Two patients (5%) discontinued treatment due to missedappointments. One patient (2%) had an adverse reaction to initial treatment thatmanifested as nausea and vomiting and discontinued treatment.
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Patients reported they had been more balanced physically and emotionally when theCCP asked them how they felt in the period between their sessions. Many of themspoke of anticipating their appointments because the treatments helped them tosubdue their chronic pain. They reported that they are able to walk more efficiently,have more energy, elevate their moods, and, as one said, “All is right with the worldafter a Colorpuncture treatment.”
General Responses of Four Patients in Their 40’s
KF, a woman in her forties, said, “Everything changes when I’m treated. Whatever’sgoing on is impacted in a positive way. Whatever is treated dissipates.” When KFwas diagnosed with MS she was a self assured, high-powered businesswoman. Shewas hospitalized and given steroidal drips for her blindness. Ten days after herhospitalization she developed debilitating anxiety that made it difficult for her to flyor drive in traffic. In her ongoing treatments, she has been cleared of her anxiety andcompletely calm when flying or driving.
LC, a man in his forties, gained better range of motion in his right arm with acombination of treatments. He was better able to walk because the treatments stoppedthe progression of the numbness in his leg. WJ, also a man in his forties, had a
dramatic health improvement after three Esogetic treatments. He gained self-esteemand began to hold his head up so that he could look at others. He began to interactwith them instead of isolating himself. His treatments consisted of coordinationtreatments, Life Stream therapies and the Lower Heel Clock and CCTM.
ME, a wheelchair bound woman in her forties, improved her bladder control with herEsogetic treatments. She was on Detrol, but still had urinary incontinence, nocturiaand bladder infections. She was treated with kidney therapy on the head, the feet,Puttkamer’s segments and the Shu points. Two weeks later she reported no accidentalbladder release. She said, “It’s really working!” Eight weeks later she reported thatthe single treatment was continuing to provide relief. Her mother reported that ME’ssleep had greatly improved. Her mother also expressed satisfaction that she no longerhad to change bedding nightly or identify a convenient restroom when they were outand hoped that this would end visits to the doctor for this problem.
Extraordinary Responses of Four Patients
Two patients experienced tremendous changes in their speech with the treatments.
The first, MP, a forty-six year old woman, was treated with the Coordination Therapyin the ear and her slurred speech was improved before the session was over. WhenMP came to her next session one week later her speech was still clear. The second,JL, a forty-one year old woman, had numerous MS related problems, among themslurred speech. One of the most interesting aspects of JL’s treatments was that herspeech always cleared with the first point of light on her body. She would begin thetreatment session talking in an indistinct voice and no matter which treatment shereceived in the session, her voice quality immediately improved when the light penwas set on her skin.
DD, a disabled nurse in her forties, reported neck and debilitating back pain thatstarted at the twelfth thoracic vertebra. The Spinal Rhythms were done at thattreatment. At the follow up visit, DD said that her friends and family remarked abouther extraordinary improvement in walking after the treatment. She said, “I walkedwith an almost normal gait for two to three days following the last treatment!”
PL, a fifty-three year old woman, presented pain in the lumbar region, fatigue andstress. She was treated with the Pain Ellipse and the conflict lines were stroked forher first visit. She reported that she felt “relieved, stress free and euphoric” after thetreatment. She had a marked decrease in her lumbar pain. It no longer felt “like anail was driving into my back,” she said.
PL was extremely physically stressed with her work as a corrections officer workingtwelve-hour night shifts. Her Kirlian photograph indicated moderate endocrinesystem impairment and she was treated with the Endocrine Test Therapy. Followingthis, she reported that she had no pain in her lower back for the first time in four and ahalf years.
Treatments are a series of concentric circles starting at the hairline and movingforward to the face and backward to the back of the head. They are performed with
the spectral and soul spirit colors. The genital or drive relays are a set of three circlesdrawn on each palm and on each foot. They are performed using the spectral and soulspirit colors.
ML, a forty-three year old wheelchair bound woman, was in an unhappy marriage andshe had important choices to make regarding her three children. She was fearful ofleaving her husband and questioned whether or not she could take care of her childrenas a single parent. She said that she “gained clarity” from the treatments. She saidthat she “made choices I never would have made” after the initial Transmitter Relaytreatment. She started psychotherapy and began to make decisions regarding herfuture.
CJ, a fifty-three year old man, was angry with his father for neglecting him during hischildhood. In the course of the Transmitter Relay treatments he had dreams andmemories of his father taking him to work with him and buying him work clothes sohe could look like his dad on the job. The Drive Relays were very interesting for CJ.
He was the type of man who would work his way to the front of a line and not feelguilty. This caused problems with his wife and a few friends. After having the DriveRelay treatments CJ remembered a night when he was six or seven. His sister was ina dance recital and his father wanted photos. Because CJ was small, his father gavehim the camera and told him to go in front of all of the people to take pictures. CJdidn’t want to go, but his father pushed him and loudly forced him to move in front ofthe others to take pictures. This realization allowed him to perceive his behavior as itappeared to others. He was then able to release the anger he held about his father.
Coordination 1 and Polarity Line Treatments Alternating with Conflict Therapies
Coordination 1 is a series of six points on the midline of the body, front and back,used to harmonize the brain. The six points are treated in the spectral colors. ThePolarity Lines address issues with the hypothalamus, the limbic system, and thethalamus. The points on the Polarity Lines run up the back onto the head. TheLimbic Line has additional points on the feet. The points are treated in the spectralcolors.
Conflict therapy in this context is a series of three circles around the head. The firstcircle is level with the brow line and is traced on the left side of the head and then theright. The second line is in the middle of the forehead and is treated like the first.
The third line is at the hairline and follows the same stroking pattern. Points are thenradiated on the lines. Lines and points are subsequently treated on the top of thehead. These lines address the cortex of the brain, the limbic system, and the medulla.
This therapy uses the soul spirit colors.
NC, a sixty-six year old woman, loved this series of treatments. The Limbic Linehelped her immensely. Physically she felt good and her anxieties lessened. The firsttime she was treated with this combination she felt great after the treatment. “I felt soalive and able to concentrate. I still feel great a week later. This is the best treatmentyet.”
KF, a forty-three year old woman, was taking Clonazepan, Zoloft, HTP and birthcontrol. She was nineteen when she was diagnosed with MS. She was treated withmassive steroidal infusions for blindness. Following the infusions KF experienced
anxiety and panic attacks. Fifteen years later she was officially diagnosed with PanicDisorder. After five months of Esogetic Colorpuncture treatments (mostlyCoordination and Line Treatments alternating with Conflict Therapies) and intra-dermal needles in Shenmen she took a trip in which she had to fly. She reported,“The trip was great. I had no problems with the flying. I love these treatments.” Thiswas important to her because she had always traveled but was unable to do so afterthe steroidal infusions.
After six months she said, “I am not anxious in the least. It’s the first time ever!”Two months later she traveled by plane again and said, “It was a piece of cake. Ican’t remember ever feeling this way!”
Three months later she traveled again and she continued to feel confident. She wasable to drive in areas unfamiliar to her. She had only a small sense of panic, whichquickly dissipated. Because she was feeling self-assured, she took four flights in twoweeks. She was very proud of herself when she returned. A month later she flewagain and all went well. She was no longer anxious when traveling. She recentlyscheduled a trip that included a fifteen-hour flight each way.
MC, a forty-nine year old woman, was a disabled registered nurse. She wasdiagnosed five years prior to her first Esogetic treatment. She said that she hadsymptoms three years before the diagnosis. She reported undergoing knee surgery, atonsillectomy, an appendectomy and a hysterectomy. She came for treatment of painand weakness due to the MS. She felt a pins and needles pain in her arms and legsthat was worse on her right side. She said she had “an electric feeling” in her bodywhen she lay down. Her thighs felt “like the muscles are smashed”. Her upper bodywas almost constantly spasming. She stated that her sleep was “not good due to pain”and that her energy was “very poor”. She reported balance problems and migraineheadaches.
She was taking Neurontin, Klonipan, Zoloft and multiple vitamins. She wasparticipating in a University of Miami trial study for Copaxone that started three yearsearlier. She was not certain if she was receiving the Copaxone or was in the placebogroup.
The first treatment consisted of infrared on the appendix and tonsil points and themedulla converter. For twenty-four hours following the therapy she felt “flu likesymptoms”. The next therapies were alternating the Hypothalamus, Thalamus andLimbic Lines combined with Coordination 1 with the Conflict Therapies. She wasbetter able to see and emotionally experience traumas she thought she had dealt with.
When she was in her early twenties she lost her grandpa, mom and grandma to deathwithin a couple years. Her father was now ill and she was upset about her sisterwanting to take on the entire burden of his care. She was now better able to handlesituations. Her migraines ceased. Her back and shoulders were feeling good and shefelt more relaxed. At this point in her therapy she had other health problems andceased treatments.
Combined Treatments Using Coordination 1 and Polarity Lines Alternating withConflict Therapy, CCTM and Lower Heel Clock
Therapies are performed using Esogetic treatments described elsewhere in this paper.
RB, a forty-four year old man, was in a wheelchair and he wanted to walk again. Healso wanted better use of his hands. He stated, “As the day goes on I kind of godownhill a little bit”. RB was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at ten years old. Hewas diagnosed with MS at the age of twenty-seven. He was a tri-athlete, a collegestudent in a Masters Program and a jazz musician.
The combination of the diabetes and MS caused eye problems for RB. When RB wasthirty-eight he had problems with his eyes crossing. Then he had laser treatments fordiabetic retinopathy.
The first treatment consisted of the Basic Conflict Treatment because the Kirlianphotograph of his feet showed numerous conflict signs. At the following treatment hefelt “different, better”. He was thrilled because he could click his fingers again. Hissecond treatment was the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM.
When he returned for his third treatment his vision was improved and he could seecolors more clearly. He felt “mentally relaxed” instead of his usual revved up feeling.
The Basic Conflict Treatment and the small Territorial Triangles were done at thisvisit. After this treatment RB had better range of motion with lifting his arms. Hecould grasp with his fingers and he could touch his nose with his eyes closed. Prior tothis treatment he could not do any of these things. His mother said that he was doingmore things around the house. RB’s treatments continued with the Lower HeelClocks, CCTM and the Conflict therapies.
General Combined Therapies
General combined therapies are performed using Esogetic treatments describedelsewhere in this paper.
AP, a sixty-three year old woman on Avonex, came for treatments to addressdysesthesia and neuropathy in her feet, reflux, constipation and leg numbness. TheBasic Conflict Therapy was done at the first visit and was followed with the Bone andJoint treatment at the second appointment. At her third visit she reported using lessice on her feet. The Lymph Rhythms were done at this visit, and at the fourth visitAP reported feeling very good and the burning pains in her feet had stopped.
ST was diagnosed with MS at age thirty-one. He is a thirty-five year old meat cutterwho stood for eight to ten hours a day at work. He reported mid to lower back paindue to standing. He experienced dizziness with exertion. The first therapy was theEar Coordination with the Coordination 5. Five days later he reported relief from theback pain. He had no dizziness and he could get through his workday with no backpain.
OM was able to get out of her wheelchair and walk with a cane after one treatmentsession using Coordination 1. She stated that her left leg was coordinated and movingmuch better. When the practitioner switched from Coordination 1 to Coordination 8,her weakness in her right hand was better for two or three days and then it wore off.
Her hands became stronger with repetition of the treatments. She stated, “I haveconsistently improved over the last two months. I am walking much better. I have abetter mental spirit. The heat is getting to me but I am doing much better.”
BL, a woman in her fifties, complained of left leg spasticity. She was therapyresistant and reported no change after treatments. However, she continued weeklysessions and her Kirlian photographs recorded changes. When the Esogetic Clockwas used on her forehead to treat “leg spasticity” in a particular session, and she sawher physical therapist immediately after her session, the physical therapist wasamazed at the reduction in her leg spasticity. BL noticed no change when the Clocktreatment was performed.
Color Connective Tissue Massage and Lower Heel Clock Treatments
Color Connective Tissue Massage (CCTM) is performed with a flat focus pen on thepatient’s back from the anal crease to the occiput. It is performed with spectral colorsonly. The Lower Heel Clock consists of three concentric circles drawn on the ball ofthe heel. It also uses points on the heel circles. Both spectral and soul spirit colorsare used.
ED, a forty-seven year old man, was taking Copaxone. He came to treatment foranxiety and pain relief. After a treatment with the Lower Heel Clock and CCTM, hisanxiety lessened and he had pain relief in his back, neck, and feet. His feet and legsrelaxed and the muscular tension was relieved. He said, “I feel relaxed, calm, andmore at peace.”
Following his second CCTM and Lower Heel Clock treatment he stated, “I feel muchstronger after your treatment and I leave with a lighter step.” He continued with thesetreatments. He said, “My anticipation of my visit with you helps to subdue my pain.
Life is better. I walk a lot better and I have more energy.”
LL, a woman in her forties, was treated with the Heel Clock and the large CCTM. Ather appointment the following week she said that the treatment “was incredible. Themost important thing is that I felt more balanced from this treatment. My whole coreis stable. My balance is stable. I actually got a good night’s sleep and my (chronic)back pain held off for three days. I am better overall.”
MJ, a forty-nine year old woman, operated her own business. She was diagnosed atforty-one with Primary Progressive MS. Her symptoms were vision problems and aright side deficit. Previously she was treated in a University trial with chemotherapyand she had tremendous improvement. She moved from a wheelchair to a walker to acane to walking with no aid. At her first visit she asked for help with fatigue andrestless sleep. Her photograph indicated endocrine system impairment and drips fromher fingers. She was treated with the Triangle of Remembering and the Passive AirCenter and Shadow.
One week later her photo no longer indicated endocrine impairment. She “felt a lotmore energy for two days. My vision improved. I am really pumped!” She was nexttreated with the Lower Heel Clock and the small CCTM.
She cancelled her appointments many times before the CCP saw her again. When shecame again she stated, “I loved that last treatment. I had a days worth of energy. Ialso had so many dreams.” This was the last time that MJ came in for treatment. Shebegan to miss appointments. The missed appointments were typical of a few of theMS patients whether due to memory problems, fatigue or transportation issues.
SJ, a thirty-nine year old man, came to treatment for lower back and shoulder pain.
He used a walker. He stated his sleep was “no good”. The first therapy was the BasicConflict Treatment and infrared on the tonsil point on the head. One week later hesaid that he felt good. He had gotten a great night’s sleep after the treatment and hehad relief in the left rib cage and left arm. Five days after the treatment he said he feltdepressed and needed “a Colorpuncture fix”. He was treated with the Lymph Crossesin infrared followed with color at his second session. At his third visit he was able towalk back to the treatment room with no help. He reported muscle stiffness thatlasted all day. At this session he began the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM. Thesetreatments were repeated for a number of visits. His shoulder pain decreased, his legslost stiffness and he reported being energized after the therapies. He loved the LowerHeel Clock and the CCTM therapies and reported that “overall I am much better”.
SR, an outgoing woman in her fifties, responded moderately to her treatments. Afterher first session with the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM, SR felt a shift in heranger and depression. After two more sessions with the same treatments SR said,“I’m good. I’m walking. I’ve had some good dreams. I feel great with thistreatment. I feel energized and happy.” Many of the MS patients spoke of havingdreams after their treatments, indicating their internal conflicts were surfacing.
CASE STUDIESFive MS patients’ symptoms, treatments, and file notes are reported in detail. One setof three photographs for each patient is found at the end of this paper indicatingpretreatment condition, post-treatment condition, and pretreatment condition at thefollowing session.Study #1
GL, aged forty-three, came to Esogetic medicine two years after she was diagnosedwith MS. She reported an extremely high level of mental and emotional stress andnumbness in her right occipital region, foot, and thumb. She also reported pain in theright hip joint. Her childhood was filled with stress because of an overpoweringmanic father and a neglectful mother. She was a full time wife and mother with threechildren.
Her therapies started with endocrine treatments such as the Endocrine Test Therapy,the Mental Crosses, the calming triangle on the feet and the Kundalini Coordination.
After eight months of Esogetic treatments, GL realized that years of psychotherapyhadn’t removed the pain she carried from her childhood.
The Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM treatments were introduced. She could feel herbuttocks and thighs loosen and relax during the first session. At the next visit she saidthat she was agitated off and on following the treatment, but that she had bettercontrol of her leg muscles. However her feet remained numb.
After two sessions of the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM, GL said she “had a goodweek both mentally and physically”. At session four she stated that her mood hadbeen great and that she thought the treatments were helping. Her husband noticedpositive changes in her physical and emotional health.
At the fifth session she related that she “felt great over the weekend” but overexertedherself and didn’t feel as well on Monday. She stated that the treatments werehelping the foot numbness. At treatment six she said, “I know that this is helping me.
Let’s keep doing these treatments.”
At her ninth session she reported that her MRI showed no new lesions and that herpresent lesions were shrinking. Her neurologist told her at that point that her MSwould not disable her. Other Esogetic treatments were added according to her Kirlianphotograph, but the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM were always interspersed.
Seven months later she had symptoms that were consistent with previous flair ups.
Every May or June for the last four years she had had flair ups that started as a lefteye twitch and then moved into numbness in her temporal region. Three Lower HeelClock and CCTM treatments later her flair up subsided.
Her visits became less frequent after this. Seven months later she reported nonstopburning in her lower right leg to her toes and in her left leg from her ankle into herfoot.
After one treatment with the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM GL’s feet “feelbetter”. She stated that she felt “really agitated after the last treatment and ready toerupt.” The numbness in her foot began to lift four days after the therapy.
The treatments were changed to the Material Existence Ellipse, medulla treatments,Fear Rhythms and the calming triangle on her feet. She felt “really, reallyemotionally good” with this series of therapies. She felt as if she “could walkforever” because her legs felt strong.
The Mesenchyme and Medulla Rhythms with the Vogler Crosses benefited hergreatly at this point in her treatments. They proved to be calming within two hoursand she was free of dizziness. She then stopped therapy because she took a full timejob and returned to college to work on her Masters Degree. GL received one hundredand ten treatments over a three-year period.
LS, a twenty-eight year old woman, worked as a server in an upscale restaurant. Shewas diagnosed with MS when she was twenty-five, but her MS symptoms started atthe age of fifteen.
She said that her childhood was difficult. When LS was sixteen, LS’s motherdivorced LS’s father when she realized she had been sexually molested by her fatherduring her childhood. It was an insidious relationship in which her father used her asa surrogate spouse. The neighbors knew that something was strange because the twowent on special dates, but no one said anything. LS moved into a new home with herheartbroken father. This meant that she went to a different school and had to make allnew friends. The new kids made fun of LS’s curly hair, her glasses and her weight.
LS had her tonsils and adenoids removed at age nineteen.
LS’s chief complaint was back pain above both hips. Her back spasmed when sheturned her body suddenly. A pain starting in the lower thoracic region worsened withinactivity.
LS’s Kirlian photograph indicated endocrine imbalance with dripping in the breastarea on both little fingers. The radiation showed anxiety. The first treatments werethe infrared points on the forehead for bone pain, the ear lumbago treatment ininfrared and the lower back converter points. The follow up photograph showed aclearing of the anxiety and the dripping and the radiation in her fingers filled in.
At her second visit she reported that she felt great when she left the first session.
However, later in the evening her back became sore. The next day she had no painand was almost pain free all week. The treatments at the second visit wereCoordination 1 and Coordination 5.
At LS’s third visit she said that she was able to sit in class for four days in a row painfree, but she had severe sciatica the day of her visit. The Basic Conflict Therapy andthe small territorial triangle at C7 were done this day. During the treatment LSrealized that her back pain was directly related to the stress of her work. She talked ofchanging her work.
Five months after the start of the Esogetic therapies LS’s MRI showed no activelesions. This excellent news relieved LS because her husband wanted her to take oneof the drugs for MS and she didn’t want to take drugs.
The next treatments consisted of the Breast Interferences, the Gray Conflict andCoordination 8. LS changed her job during this period. She also realized that shewas unhappy in her marriage. At this point the therapies were changed to theThalamus Interference, Lymph Rhythms, Mental Crosses and Soul Coordination.
These therapies supported her through the break up with her husband. LS had twenty-four treatments during one year. Then she was not treated for more than one year.
She has recently returned to treatment.
EL, a payroll clerk, was diagnosed with MS and began Esogetic treatments when shewas thirty-seven years old. She had symptoms for three to four years prior to herdiagnosis. She reported pain in her right leg and right arm and in her neck. The painin her right arm ran from her shoulder to her hand. She reported, “My shoulder feelslike the bone is popped out. The palm of my hand goes numb. It feels like there istoo much in my arm. It is worse at night and when I’m tired.” The right leg pain wasmedial on her thigh and down the back of her leg from her knee down. Her leg hadthe same feeling of fullness as her arm and her foot was numb like her right hand.
She complained of dizziness and fatigue. EL had dysarthria (slurred speech), but shedidn’t think anything could help that. She was taking Topamax and Betaseron.
EL was born deaf. When she was two years old plastic eardrums were placed in herears and she began to hear. When she came for treatment she was deaf in her right earand was losing the hearing in her left. She had her tonsils removed when she was achild. She had a Caesarean section ten years prior for the birth of her only child.
The Original Gray treatment was done at her first visit. Two weeks later EL returnedand reported that she had “felt real good” following the treatment but that her painreturned a few days later. She was able to feel her right foot again and her vertigoslightly lessened after the treatment. The Thalamus Line and Coordination 1therapies were done at this session.
One week later EL said, “I feel great when I leave here. For the first few days afterthe treatment my pain is gone. My speech is better when I leave the treatment. I haveno pain in my right arm like I did three weeks ago. I am doing so much better.” Shelost her vision earlier that day, but her attitude improved with her treatment so thatshe was able to cope with her temporary loss of sight. The Basic Conflict therapy wasdone at this visit.
She returned two days later and reported that her right leg still hurt but it felt “prettygood”. With the first two points of Coordination 1 her speech instantly becamedistinct. The Thalamus Line and Coordination 1 were done at this visit. At the nextweekly visit she stated that her vertigo was worse after the treatment but cleared soonafter. Her speech had improved with the treatment, but had returned to slurred. Shereported that her right leg and right arm “have been real good”.
Two weeks later she returned and stated that she had felt great until three days beforethe session. Her left thigh and foot were now numb. The Basic Conflict treatmentwas done and the numbness disappeared before she left the office.
At her visit two weeks later she told the practitioner that when she was nine her sisterhad died in a car and train accident. Her best friend was killed by a school bus thesame year. EL reported no left sided numbness but right hip and leg pain. Her sisterhad just been diagnosed with a brain tumor.
A week later EL returned. She said that she has less vertigo after the Conflicttreatments. She reported a little pain in her right thigh and her lower back. She saidthat her speech had improved 80%. She discontinued taking Topamax.
At her visit a week later she said, “I felt good all week. I had no pain, no problems. Iwasn’t dizzy. Yesterday was the best day I’ve had in a long time.” The CCP startedthe Lower Heel Clock and the small CCTM at this visit. EL returned one day laterand the Gray Conflict was done.
EL said that she was able to shop for hours after the treatment and she didn’t have anypain until two days later. Then she had right leg pain and left thigh numbness. Sherequested the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM.
Two weeks later she reported that she had been doing really well for the first week,but then had pain in both legs and it was difficult for her to walk. Her speech wasslurred and she reported vertigo. The Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM wasrepeated. EL began to lose weight. Her neurologist ordered liver and thyroid tests.
Those test results were within normal range.
EL’s roommate indicated that EL “blew up” at home following the conflicttreatments. She later became calmer and shared more of herself and was able to voiceher feelings. Her roommate also indicated that EL had forgiven someone, “a reallymajor step for EL.” EL told the practitioner that she had finally forgiven her ex-husband and ex-best friend for having an affair and then marrying. Her ex-husbandwas chronically ill, so this healed relationship was very important to their daughter.
At the next visit EL reported that she was molested at age nine by her stepfather. Thepractitioner concentrated on treating age nine and the various medulla therapies (GrayMedulla, Coordination 6, Medulla Interference and the Medulla Ellipse) for the nextseveral weeks. During this time she reported that she had an exacerbation that lastedonly a few hours.
Five months later she reported that she and her ex-husband and his wife had becomevery good friends. They had dinners together and had a joint birthday party for theirdaughter. She said that she was forever grateful to Esogetic medicine for improvingher life physically, emotionally and spiritually beyond anything she could imagine.
At this point she discontinued her treatment due to work pressures. EL receivedthirty-four treatments consisting mostly of medulla therapies, conflict therapies, graytreatments and lymph treatments.
JT, a retired sixty-eight year old teacher, came to Esogetic medicine for peripheralneuropathy. His left toes were primarily affected with pain and burning. He wasunable to stand in the shower because the water pressure hurt his toes. He wasdiagnosed with MS in his thirties. He reported having scarlet fever and anappendectomy at age twelve, asthma, infectious hepatitis, impotence and sleep apnea.
He also reported that his cognitive skills had dropped. He was IQ tested prior to theMS with an IQ of 131. After a number of years his IQ had dropped to 120. He wastaking Neurontin, Topomax and Lavitin. He was treated with Coordination 1 and theLimbic Line at his first visit. At the second visit he received the Basic ConflictTherapy.
At his third treatment he reported that his foot was ninety percent better. He felt sogood that he bought and planted trees for four hours. This caused him great pain ashis toes were pressing on his shoes. The pain returned to its full strength so he spent aday in bed. The following day the pain was gone.
He continued to feel “great” and “wonderful” and within a year he said, “My feet are95% cured. Only every so often do I have a problem with them.” For the first time inyears he was able to stand in the shower and his feet didn’t hurt. He was now able tospend seven hours on his feet without pain and could walk easily without his cane.
He took a trip and was able to walk to experience the things that interested him. Healso began taking a Pilates class.
As he continued the Coordination and Line Treatments along with the ConflictTreatments he stated, “I am much more articulate.” At many of his treatments he saidthat he had had a great week and was feeling great.
After two hundred and twelve sessions in a little over four years, JT was diagnosedwith kidney and lung cancer. He had surgery on his lung to remove the cancer andtwo months later his kidney was removed. At this point the treatments changed to theconflict treatments and the lung interferences. JT had great relief with thesetreatments. Within fourteen months JT died.
LC, a Hispanic man in his forties, had had a horribly abusive childhood. When hewas six he was riding his bike and someone in a passing car cut him with a knife. Hisuncle had also cut him with a knife. He was a building contractor, but he could nolonger work and was on disability. He felt ineffective because he wasn’t working andhad a wife and children to support.
He reported that his body felt like it was asleep. His right side was worse and hisright wrist was especially numb. He had no stamina and reported pain in his thighsand lower back. He lost his balance with activity and he used a cane to walk.
The first treatment was the Lower Heel Clock and the CCTM. When he returned forthe next treatment he stated that he “just somehow feels better”. The MesenchymeRhythms and Vogler Crosses were done at the second visit. At the third visit he saidthat nothing had changed. His wife disagreed and said that he was stronger for threedays after the treatment. The Information Barrier was done on his body usingultraviolet and crystal tattoos.
Following this therapy the pain in his lower back was gone. His left leg was nolonger numb and he was able to place a sock on his left foot. He was treated with thepoint synapses on his feet for the lymph and immune system. The next therapy wasthe Birth Rhythm combined with the birth points on his feet and age nine on his head.
He stated, “I feel really good. I am very happy.” He and his wife were planning tomove and he was hoping to help her with her alterations business.
About three weeks later LC had a stroke. A few months later he died of a heartattack. LC received twenty-four treatments during a sixteen month period.
CONCLUSIONS FROM CASE STUDIES AND OTHER PRACTICALTREATMENTSMultiple sclerosis patients who had Esogetic medical treatments were found toexperience temporary relief of physical and emotional pain. After nearly five years oftreatments, particularly using Color Connective Tissue Massage and Lower HeelClock therapy, nearly 80% of patients observed reported that Esogetic medicine hadimproved their quality of life. They reported feeling more emotionally and physicallybalanced during the period of their treatments. These evaluations of chronic pain andother symptoms relieved by Esogetic medicine as reported in this paper by MSpatients and their practitioner demonstrate a need for further measurable research.
AUDACIOUS CLINICAL TRIAL PROPOSALIt is proposed that a clinical trial period of one year be used when a control andtreatment group of twenty MS patients has been identified. Using an initial MRI as amarker for lesion(s), each patient will be given various Esogetic treatments once perweek with or without actual colored light. During the trial, a Certified ColorpuncturePractitioner will carefully observe, treat, and record each participant’s health usingKirlian photography and Esogetic medicine. The MS patient will keep aquestionnaire booklet recording his symptoms, physical abilities, and emotionalhealth between sessions. After the clinical trial period, an MRI will be administeredto report the condition of the patient’s lesion(s). Cholesterol testing will be required
of each patient since new research studies are indicating that low cholesterol levelsare responsible for systemic diseases such as MS.
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