Main Disease: (6) Upper Body Diseases and Paralysis

Creation of Civilization
Science Part

Written by Mokichi Okada in 1952

I have already described most of the upper body diseases but not yet all. Then I describe the rest of them now. Since the most feared disease would be paralysis, I explain it first.

Nowadays, it is said that younger people suffer from tuberculosis and elder ones suffer from paralysis. That is exactly true. Everyone would be concerned about whether one will suffer from paralysis as one gets older. It is, of course, caused by a cerebral haemorrhage. In medical science, the cause of paralysis is unknown. Besides, it won’t be able to do anything even if its cause is discovered. That is a serious problem. Then I first explain the cause of cerebral haemorrhage. It is caused by a solidified substance in the neck, especially on either side of the medulla oblongata where toxic blood has been accumulated and solidified for a long period. Therefore, you can easily find out the nature of cerebral haemorrhage. When you touch the part I described above, you see whether a solidified substance is there or not. It must be highly elevated on either side. When you press it, you feel mild pain. Then, once the purification action occurs, the solidified substance is dissolved. It ruptures the blood vessel and the blood flows into the brain. When it happens, the blood immediately goes through the brain, flows down to the opposite side of the body, goes further down to the tip of the hand and foot, and then quickly solidifies. This causes paralysis of one side of the body. In short, the hand and leg have become dangling. If the symptom is severe, the hand and arm are pulled and the elbow is bent inward. Fingers are also bent and hardly moved. A thumb is most severely bent like being held with four fingers. On the contrary, the leg is not bent but remains stretched and the ankle becomes limp. If a patient has only such symptoms, it won’t be too bad. When it gets worse, the tongue is twisted and tangled, and the head feels cloudy as if a person suffers from dementia. Eyes also become dull and the eyesight in the affected side of the body becomes weak, or some patients might lose the eyesight. They are the main symptoms of a cerebral haemorrhage, which makes a person become a living corpse.

In any case, when a person suffers from a cerebral haemorrhage, the head is immediately cooled with ice. This cooling application is the wrongest way of all in medical science. It is applied to constrict the ruptured blood vessel quickly. This is a terrible mistake. The haemorrhage naturally stops when all of the toxic blood flows out. It takes a few minutes. Therefore, there is no need to stop bleeding or apply the cooling treatment. Nevertheless, if doing so after cerebral haemorrhage occurs, the toxic blood remains in the brain and becomes much harder, which stops the functional activity of the brain. Consequently, a person has more serious symptoms like dementia. Without realising this, medical treatment is given to a patient, whose head is kept cooling for many days. As a result, the head is so chilled that it becomes as if it is frozen. You can see that a person cannot survive if the most important function of the body is frozen. Many people lose their lives in this case. It is exactly what the proverb says; the remedy is worse than the disease. A person dies not of his disease but the remedy for his disease. What a tremendous fallacy this would be! In my lot of experience, it is clear that a person rarely dies of only a cerebral haemorrhage.

Now I explain the symptoms related to cerebral haemorrhage and how medical science deals with them. In medical science, a person who often falls tends to suffer from a cerebral haemorrhage. On the contrary, the truth is that a person falls because he suffers from it. In short, cerebral haemorrhage occurs first and falling occurs second. A person feels dizzy because he suffers from a cerebral haemorrhage. Therefore, he often falls or steps off the stairs. As doctors don’t know this truth, they beware very much that a patient might fall even if he, fortunately, has a brief respite and becomes able to walk after firstly suffering from a cerebral haemorrhage. Medical science also considers that such symptoms as heavy-headed, paralysis of parts of the body, fundal haemorrhage, ear-noises show the sign of cerebral haemorrhage. It is true. However, as for the prevention of this disease, what they do is rather ridiculous. Medical science makes the patient weak by using such a way as dietary or exercise restrictions. This is the way to prevent purification from occurring on the patient. Medical science also gives a patient the same treatment to prevent the recurrence of a cerebral haemorrhage. However, this method just delays it for a while. The patient cannot avoid suffering from it and having a recurrence in the future after all. Nowadays, phlebotomy is regarded to be effective when it is given just after a person suffers from a cerebral haemorrhage. This is also irrelevant. Since toxic blood has already solidified in several parts of the body, it no longer remains in the part which phlebotomy is about to be given. Consequently, phlebotomy is given in the not caused part, which causes a patient to become anaemia and die in almost a few minutes. This incident is often heard to happen recently.

I also would like you to notice. It is often said that cerebral haemorrhage is caused by high blood pressure. That is a terrible mistake. It might be indirectly related a little but not directly at all to the cause of it. The following fact proves this very well. I used to have a patient who was about sixty years old at that time and had worked for a publisher as a copyist for about thirty years. He told me that his blood pressure was 300 when it was measured six years ago. That made the doctor and him very surprised but they also thought it might have been more than 300 since the device cannot measure more than 300. He was advised by the doctor not to work and rest well. However, he kept working as he couldn’t live without working. Besides, he didn’t have any subjective symptoms and nothing happened to him even though he continued to work every day as usual. When I heard of this, I was surprised, too. Then I found egg-sized swellings on both sides of his jaw. The one on the right is especially big. I thought that affected his blood pressure. Since the muscles of the jaw are connected to the ones of the arms, I think they affect the blood pressure. As I described, cerebral haemorrhage is caused by the substance solidified in the medulla oblongata. Therefore, high pressure has nothing related to cerebral haemorrhage. When we simply say paralysis, however, you should know another symptom of it. It is the case that a person has a solidified substance on either side of the cervical lymph node. When the solidified substance is dissolved by purification, it flows down not towards the head but to the side of the body. Then it causes symptoms like paralysis. Since it is nothing related to the brain and is relatively mild, the doctors wonder how it is caused. Medical treatment cannot cure the symptom, but on the contrary, it makes it worse. It is because its treatment is just the opposite way of curing the disease. Therefore, a patient will never fail to be crocked or dead. We call this symptom reverse paralysis.

Translated by N.H.