Archive for August, 2008

The Texas Ratio

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:  The Texas ratio is a measure of a bank’s credit troubles. Developed by Gerard Cassidy and others at RBC Capital Markets, it is calculated by dividing the value of the lender’s non-performing loans by the sum of its tangible equity capital and loan loss reserves.  In analyzing Texas banks during the early 1980s recession, Cassidy noted that banks tended to fail when this ratio reached 1:1, or 100%. He noted a similar pattern among New England banks during the recession of the early 1990s.

Expect to hear more about the Texas ratio in upcoming months.  The FDIC has been gearing up for more than a year to handle the coming bank failures.  The Federal Reserve has been helping the biggest banks since they are "too big to fail".  The New York Attorney General is settling with the big investment banks by forcing them to buy back their "auction rate" securities and slapping fines on them.  Hmmm!  There’s not much talk about jail time!  I guess you can be too big to go to jail for fraud.  Money talks, everyone else walks (to jail).

After Indymac, the FDIC has about $37 Billion left in its war chest.  That will not be enough.  You and I will open our taxpayer wallets and fund some more fraudulent behavior.  There have been three bank failures since Indymac although you don’t hear much about those failures.  Friday after 5PM  is the standard timetable to close a bank.  Generally, the FDIC has another bank to take the depositors and opens up on Monday as the new bank.  The new bank is not liable for any deposits of the failed bank, the FDIC is.

See: http://www.statesman.com/business/content/shared/money/stories/2008/08/fdic_0824_1.html

Don’t worry about your money, the boys up in D.C. are looking out for your best interest.

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We are facing a tremendous "moral hazard" now.  The Fed is sending signals that when times are good, financial institutions get to keep and distribute their profits to top execs and stockholders.  When times are bad, the same financial institutions are able to go to the Fed’s begging bowl.  These institutions provide political contributions and expect payback when times are tough.  The currency used is taxpayer money.

See: http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5h04hnO_iYHQ4URCW-gqOIJ0pMGRwD92O3QHG0

The Detroit auto manufacturers want in on the action too:

http://money.cnn.com/2008/08/23/news/economy/auto_bailout.ap/index.htm

$50 billion here, $50 billion there…. before long we’re talkin’ real money!

We are in unprecedented times of unequal weights and measures.  How far down this path are we?  It would appear that we will soon reach a flashpoint when the house of cards (or Federal Reserve Notes) comes tumbling down.  Gold is the barometer.  The central banks know this and that is why there is an orchestrated effort to keep the price below $1000.  However, once things began to head south each central bank will fend for itself. 

See:  http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/feedarticle/7744536

Recap of the Financial Storm

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Who would have thought there would so much to track in the financial arena just five years ago.  The 1960′s are looking like the golden years now for most of us who were around then.  We have seen several recessions since the 1960′s.  The current storm clouds indicate a severe downturn only second to the Great Depression.  The U.S. Dollar is at risk.  The America-centric world is at risk as well.  With all that is happening, I thought we might want to look at the big picture.

Here are ten areas of the systemic financial meltdown associated with a projected severe economic recession…

1.  We are now in the worst housing recession in US history and there is no sign it will bottom out any time soon.  Expect US home prices to fall between 20% and 30% from their peak.  This will would wipe out between $4 trillion and $6 trillion of household wealth.  The subprime meltdown is likely to cause about 2.2 million foreclosures.  A 30% fall in home values would translate to about 10 million households with negative equity in their homes.  Many of these will default and walk away.  Home builders will go bankrupt.

2.  Losses for the financial system from the subprime debacle are rising daily.  They were estimated at $250 to $300 billion.  Who knows where they will end up.

3.  The recession will lead to a sharp increase in defaults on other forms of unsecured consumer debt: credit cards, auto loans, student loans. There are millions of subprime credit cards and subprime auto loans in the US.

4.  There is serious uncertainty about the losses that monoline insurers will sustain on their insurance of toxic financial instruments.  Many are technically insolvent.  This will lead to a downgrade of municipal bonds resulting in state, local, county funding issues.  California has a $15 billion shortfall to fund.

5.  The commercial real estate loan market meltdown cannot be far behind.  Do you think lenders "got religion" when loaning to commercial real estate borrowers?  They  were as reckless as those in residential real estate.

6.  Ninety banks are on the watch list at the FDIC.  Indymac Bank was not on the list a month before they went under.  The real watch list is probably about 700 banks. Don’t keep more than $100,000 in any one bank (defined by its charter).  If a bank is offering notably higher interest rates, watch out!

7.  As the severe recession continues, a massive wave of corporate defaults will take place.  Will Steak & Ale ever reopen?

8.  The “shadow banking system” or more precisely the “shadow financial system” (composed of non-bank financial institutions) are in serious trouble. This shadow financial system is composed of financial institutions that borrow short and in liquid forms and lend or invest long in more illiquid assets. This system includes: SIVs, conduits, money market funds, monolines, investment banks, hedge funds and other non-bank financial institutions.   The Fed is now loaning some of these institutions money on 28 day loans which are renewed (rolled over) of course.

9.  Stock markets in the US and abroad will soon price in a severe US recession.  October always seems to be a favored month.  However, the Plunge Protection Team will work overtime to prop the markets up until the end of the year.  As financial losses mount, earnings will sharply drop and stock prices will follow.  Highly leveraged hedge funds will be forced to sell off and help push stock prices down.

10.  Energy prices may be the icing on the cake.  Depletion curves of known oil reserves are outpacing new oil discoveries and development.  At the same time consumers in China and India do not want to go back to bicycles.  Commodities are in their 19 year bull cycle.  Can a regional recession (U.S., Europe) offset the energy demand increases in Asia?  I would not bet the house on it.

Georgia on my mind

Tuesday, August 19th, 2008

On 08/08/08, Georgia was invaded by Russian troops.  Why? Once again, it’s all about oil just like Iraq was all about oil. The following map provides us a view of Georgia’s proximity to the oil pipelines:

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Source: Kleveman, Lutz, The New Great Game, Atlantic Monthly Press, September 2003

 

Notice Georgia is between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.  Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline (sometimes abbreviated as BTC pipeline) is a crude oil pipeline that covers 1,768 kilometres (1,099 mi) from the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli oil field in the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. It connects Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan; Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia; and Ceyhan, a port on the south-eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, hence its name. It is the second longest oil pipeline in the world after the Druzhba pipeline. The first oil that was pumped from the Baku end of the pipeline on May 10, 2005 reached Ceyhan on May 28, 2006.  Russia understands the need to control energy supply.  Europe knows all too well how an interruption in energy flow can cause major problems.

Recently, the Kremlin distributed the following:

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A shirtless Vladimir Putin is brandishing a hunting rifle.  Putin has been building his war chest with higher priced oil & gas revenues.  He picked a perfect day to invade.  NATO was on vacation and all other eyes were focused on the Olympics.  The U.S. helped Putin build his war chest by becoming the ultimate consumer of energy (roughly 25% of total global oil) any by depreciating its relative financial and economic strength.  In the 1980′s Ronald Reagan used America’s economic strength to win the cold war against the Soviet Union.  His military spending plan forced the former Soviet Union to attempt to keep up.  The Soviets lost in the 80′s.  Putin was a KGB agent back then and understood how the country was broken up by the U.S. macroeconomic strategy.

It appears that he will use what we taught him against us. 

"Unusual and exigent circumstances"

Sunday, August 17th, 2008

This phrase may come back to haunt the powers that be.  The Federal Reserve exercised its authority to deal with Bear Stearns.  With increasing frequency, policy makers are using little known, obscure powers granted eons ago.  There are so many laws with so much fine print that just about anything can be done if you know where the verbiage is.

The Federal Reserve Act (1913) allows the Federal Reserve to lend, in a crisis, to just about any institution, organization or individual, and against any collateral the Fed deems fit. Specifically, if the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System determines that there are “unusual and exigent circumstances” and at least five (out of seven) governors vote to authorize lending under Section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act, the Federal Reserve can discount for individuals, partnerships and corporations (IPCs) “notes, drafts and bills of exchange indorsed or otherwise secured to the satisfaction of the Federal Reserve bank…”.  See http://www.federalreserve.gov/aboutthefed/section13.htm

I would love to tap into this deal.  I have a crying need (exigent).  I want to buy $1 billion of 5% bonds and borrow the money at 2% for the next 5 years.  I could simply live on the interest of the 3% spread.  Whoops!  I’m not in the club.  Not only am I not in the club but I don’t even know where the entrance is!!  I guess if I had diverted my career into investment banking and moved to New York I could be in the club.  C’est la vie!

This week had the ultimate attempt to "spin" the economy and the U.S. dollar.  There was an orchestrated attempt to push the dollar up and gold down, as well as silver.  The investment banks and the Plunge Protection Team (PPT, AKA The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets) know where all the leveraged investors’ positions are.  With enough money, you can push just about any stock or commodity down temporarily.  That happened this week.  Europe’s economic well being is in trouble as well as the U.S. economy.  The Fed is in a desperate situation.  To strengthen the dollar they need to raise interest rates but that action will severely damage the financial system which is in triage now.  In lieu of interest hikes, they can attempt to manipulate market perception and psychology using the herd mentality.

Gold and silver prices were hit hard this week.  Those who had leveraged positions in gold and silver were taken out Thursday night and Friday morning.  There was blood in the streets of leveraged metals investments.  I recommend against leverage in this market.  Why?  I believe the use of technical analysis has many flaws.  With computerization of price charts, technical analysis was initially successful.  However, once a larger population of traders began to use technical analysis, the very large players (guess who?) began to "paint" the charts and manipulate the pricing to take out most technical traders at a loss.  Technical trading can be helpful when used to pick entry and exit points in fundamental trading.  Are there technical traders who are successful?  Yes, a small minority.

Below is the 10 year gold price chart:

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The direction is clear.  The trend is up and there is no fundamental reason for gold to return to $300 per ounce.  I believe that it will see $3,000 before it sees $300.  Silver took a tumble as well.  Look at the following 1 year chart.  Silver is trading at nearly 50% of its moving average.  What a buy!

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The phones were busy at the bullion dealers on Friday.  Many who were not scared off by the dramatic coordinated intervention went shopping.  With gold headed for $1,200 soon and silver at $30, this was a gift indeed.  Thank you PPT!

The Subtle Cost of Inflation

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

By now all of us should agree the U.S. Government’s reported core inflation number is bogus.  I guess that those who calculate inflation do not go to the grocery store or drive a car.  In this writing I want to look at the area of "personal financial destruction" of savers.  My parents were savers.  They instilled the need to save money in my brother and me.  At a young age we both had a savings account.  I did a poor, no a pathetic job of saving back then.  I learned the mechanics but had no understanding.  As all other kids, I was a consumer not a saver.  However, once I married the understanding kicked in… This was serious stuff!  Back then we were told to have six months’ income in savings in case of an emergency.  That number soon changed to twelve months.  That savings account was left untouched.  In the 1970′s passbook savings accounts paid 5 – 5 1/2% interest.  That was the firm base level.  C.D.’s paid higher rates, a premium for the inaccessibility of your cash (illiquidity).  In the late 1970′s inflation raised its ugly head.  C.D. rates shot strait up.  Treasury Bill rates followed. 12-15% return on your money was not unusual because you were paid 2-5% over the rate of inflation.  Your money was protected from the rages of inflation.  That was then.

We now are in a different paradigm.  Back then bankers were prudent, now they are reckless.  Back then there were no hedge funds who could borrow from the banks at 30 to 1 ratios.  Back then there was not over 1 quadrillion dollars in derivatives.  Back then you could not buy house unless you had good credit and a substantial down-payment.  Back then there were no 72 month car loans.  Back then you could only have one credit card, if you were fortunate.  I was turned down in 1973 when I applied for a credit card with a $300 credit limit, and I worked at the bank who denied it!!!  Back then there were twice as many banks as there are now.  Back then there were three drug stores in the community of 50,000.  Back then we worked on our own cars, the auto mechanic didn’t know what a computer was?

Inflation is at 6% (at least).  Savings rates are at 1 to 3.5%.  We are now in the destruction phase of the value of the dollar.  What does it mean to you and me?  Let me show you.  The following table calculates the five year results of saving:

Interest Income Scenario

    Beginning of Year    Annual Interest Rate Annual Profit Value at End of Year
2009 1,000.00                3.50% 35.00 1,035.00
2010 1,035.00 3.50% 36.23 1,071.23
2011 1,071.23 3.50% 37.49 1,108.72
2012 1,108.72 3.50% 38.81 1,147.52
2013 1,147.52 3.50% 40.16 1,187.69

 

Ok, you made a total of 187.69 on your money over the next five years.  What happened to that value of your original investment in purchasing power?  The next table reveals the destruction of your wealth:

Inflation Devaluation

    Beginning of Year    Annual Interest Rate Annual Loss Value at End of Year
2009 1,000.00                6.00% 60.00 940.00
2010 940.00 6.00% 56.40 883.60
2011 883.60 6.00% 53.02 830.60
2012 830.58 6.00% 49.84 780.75
2013 780.75 6.00% 46.84 733.90

 

Over the next five years, you will probably lose about $270 purchasing power for every $1,000 you possess.  Some assets will go up in value, others will not.  Housing prices will probably revert back to their long term appreciation curve at best.  All the recent gains may be wiped out.

The commodities are in a long term bull market and the dollar is in decline.  Therefore, the challenge is to invest in something that increases in value faster than the inflation rate.  I continue to believe gold, silver, oil & gas are those investments.  The following table represents what I believe is the conservative endgame. 

Gold Appreciation against the U.S. Dollar

    Beginning of Year    Annual Interest Rate Annual Profit Value at End of Year
2009 1,000.00                18.00% 180.00 1,180.00
2010 1,180.00 18.00% 212.40 1,392.40
2011 1,392.40 18.00% 250.63 1,643.03
2012 1,643.03 18.00% 295.75 1,938.78
2013 1,938.78 18.00% 348.98 2,287.76

 

Make no mistake that there will be dramatic volatility as the prices of commodities ascend.  Why?  Let me explain.  The fiat money system is a house of cards.  There is nothing except perception to back up the value of the U.S. Dollar.  The central bank (Fed) can print as much money as they desire.  There is no asset backing the printing.  If you or I did this, it would be fraud.  They are increasing the money supply by double digits.  That is purely inflationary.  Other countries’ currency have appreciated against the dollar.  It is more expensive to stay in a hotel room in Europe that it was one year ago.  If you are an American, that is inflation.  Other developed countries have seen oil price increases but not to the same degree.  There are so many factors favoring the safe haven of hard assets yet there is so much "noise" emanating from the powers that be.  Our challenge is to keep our heads when all about us are losing theirs.  Consider the following:

1.  US banks (commercial or investment) have purposely withheld their true profitability or losses and will not have to report off balance sheet losses for at least another 12 months.

2.  Auction Rate Bonds which are estimated at between $400 to $500 Billion have now surfaced as the latest financial instrument of mass destruction. The Fed will have to support the same institutions that are already at the Fed Loan window.

3.  High powered computers and savvy traders with a lot of backing are manipulating the technical views of Wall Street.  That is well known.  If you need to manipulate the market, there is something seriously wrong.

4.  Major retirement funds will not regain the value that has been stripped away by all forms of SIV’S (Securitized Investment Vehicles).  All those people who worked their entire career in a "safe" job may not have such a safe retirement.

5.  Energy is not in a global demand destruction, Asia keeps growing at a high economic rate.  They will be happy to consume our decrease in oil consumption.

6.  China’s economy will not collapse after the Olympics are over.  China’s backlog will force much overtime.

7.  Europe’s economic situation is not as severe as the USA’s.  Their infrastructure is better equipped for high energy prices.  They already have local gardening plots and are more prepared to deal with expensive energy than the U.S.

8. Gold has no liability attached to it and is a better storehouse of value than any fiat currency that has large and incalculable liabilities against it.

9.  OTC derivative problems have not ended.  That is why the Fed is loaning our children’s money to the banks and not requiring full disclosure of all losses.

10. The credit market is not loosening up but contracting in a full defensive and survival footing.

11. Insurers who insure (guarantee) the value of debt instruments do not have enough money to make good as bankruptcies increase.

12. Central banks have been diversifying out of the US dollar.  What do they know that we don’t?

13. Israel will not permit Iran to reach that point where it can nuke their country.  Another war in the area is bullish for hard assets.

14. Pakistan is a time bomb ticking away.  Can the U.S. be involved in another front?

15. Russia’s Putin has the resources to begin taking back satellite countries it lost during that last breakup.  With oil and gas revenues, he has a war chest to challenge the current powers.  He holds Europe by the "privates" since Russia provides much of the energy used by Europe.  Georgia’s pipeline may be renamed to the "Putin Trans-Soviet" pipeline.

Are we at a paradigm shift?  I think so and I am putting my money where my mouth is.  The central banks can toy with the value of the dollar on a short term basis but the market is bigger than the central banks.  When people see that their financial well being is threatened, they will flee to gold as they have done for thousands of years.  At that flashpoint, you will see a parabolic rise in the price of gold and silver.  In the meantime, don’t let the central banks pry your investment out of your fingers.  These are the people who have moved and kept the interest rates below the rate of inflation and you can bet they know what they are doing to us who are savers!

CANCER OF THE PROSTATE-AN ELECTRODERMAL SCREENING

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

The following are screening sites that should be considered in detecting the extent of prostate cancer and for electromagnetic codes that influence those sites.

Detection Sites for Electrodermal Screening of Prostate Cancer

Urogenital System

BL 66b     Main Detection Site

   

Primary tumor

     BL 65            Prostate

BL 50       Lateral Lobe

          BL 50-1    Middle Lobe

          BL 50-2    Sinus

BL 66       Bladder neck

BL 50a     Seminal Hillock

BL 49c     Seminal Vesicle

          SP 13       Lymphatics of the Seminal Vesicle

Regional lymph node metastasis

          SP 13      Prostate lymphatics

          SP 13b    Hypogastric lymphatic plexus, lower abdomen

          SP 13a    Iliac lymphatic plexus

          SP 11-1  Inguinal lymph nodes

          LY 9a     Aortic lymphatic plexus

          CI 8c      Periaortic lymph net

Distal metastasis

          LU 19a-1          Pleural lymphatics

          CI 1a; LY 10a    Axillary lymph nodes

TW 16a; LY 1    Deep cervical lymph nodes

          SV 44                Bone

          SV 71                Sacrum

          SV 70                Lumbar vertebrae

          LU 10c              Lung Main Detection Site

LY 4                  Lung lymphatics

          LV 1a                Liver

CANCER OF THE PROSTATE-A CASE REPORT

History: a 63 year-old male with an enlarged prostate and a PSA of 15.1 units. First biopsy on12/97 was negative for malignancy. Second
biopsy 1/99 was Gleason (2+2) with 1/12 biopsies having a small area of adenocarcinoma. Third biopsy 10/00 was negative in 6 biopsies
on the right and 3 biopsies on the left.

Dental: Multiple gold crowns. He reviously had multiple mercury amalgams.
Surgery: Hydrocoelectomy and unilateral orchiectomy 1/18/95
Physical Examination: Initially the prostate was enlarged, smooth and firm. On 5/15/02 the prostate was small and soft.

FIRST ITERATION
12/4/91
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                         Electromagnetic code in plain language

BL 65     Urethra, Penis, Prostate                                  Prostate Adenoma 200 X

Conium Maculatum 6 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenoma 200 X: a benign tumor of the prostate gland.
Conium Maculatum 6 X : a code for  homeopathic remedy made from Poison Hemlock, used for glands that are enlarged and hard.

COMMENT ON THE MEANING OF “X”: In homeopathy, a dilution of 1 gram of a substance in a diluent with a quantity sufficient to make 10 cc, is designated 1X or 1X 10-1 for a 1:10 dilution, resonating at 50-60 cycles per second. The number in front of the “X” is a multiple of the 1X frequency. For example, 200 times 50-60 cps=10,000-12,000 cycles per second. There is an inverse relationship between the amount of substance and the frequency associated with it. In electrodermal technology a similar relationship exists: a signal for a substance associated with a signal for a frequency. The practical importance of this relationship is that the frequency tends to become higher as the case goes to completion during the iterative process and serves a guide in determining if the case is moving in the right direction. In the iterations listed below, the signal for  Prostate Adenoma goes from 2,000 X to 4,000 X to 600,000 X and then it is no longer detected at that site.

THIRD ITERATION
3/5/92
DETECTION SITES AND CODES

Electromagnetic site in plain language                         Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL 50     Prostate, Lateral Lobe Prostate                       Prostate Adenoma 2 KX
Conium Maculatum 12 X
Moraxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis 12 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenoma 2 KX, an increased frequency of the code
Conium Maculatum 12 X, an increased frequency of the code
Moraxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis: genus Moraxella-a commensal organism of the respiratory tract found only in opportunistic infections.
In this case, it is associated with a code for Prostate Adenoma, a benign lesion.

FOURTH ITERATION
5/29/92
DETECTION SITES AND  CODES

Electromagnetic site in plain language                          Electromagnetic code in plain language


BL 50     Prostate, Lateral Lobe Prostate                        Prostate Adenoma 4 KX
Conium Maculatum 200 X
Moroxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis 200 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenoma 4 KX an increased frequency of the code.
Conium Maculatum 200 X an increased frequency of the code.
Moroxella (Branhmella) catarrhalis 200 X an increased frequency of the code.

SEVENTH ITERATION
3/17/93
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                          Electromagnetic code in plain language


BL 50     Prostate, Lateral Lobe Prostate                        Prostate Adenoma 12 LM
Conium Maculatum 30 X

SP 11     Testis                                                                 DHEA Extract

Testosterone Extract
KI 10b     Adrenal Cortex                                                 Tuberculinum Denys 6 X
Tuberculinum Rosenbach (M. gordonae) 30 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenoma 12 LM, continued increased frequency of the code suggesting that the adenoma is decreasing in size.
Conium Maculatum 30 X, continued increased frequency of the code.

Testosterone Extract, code for the chemical isolate of male hormone.

DHEA Extract, code for the chemical isolate for dehydroepiandrosterone, a male hormone precursor.

Tuberculinum Denys 6 X, a code of a homeopathic nosode of tuberulinum made by Denys of Louvain in 1896 that contained a thermolabile
“toxalbumin”.

Tuberculinum Rosenbach 30 X, a code for a homeopathic tuberculosis nosode characterized by Rosenbach. It is now classified as Mycobacterium gordonae, a nontuberculous mycobacteria commonly found in tap water and soil. It is named after the American bacteriologist Ruth E. Gordon and is classified in Runyon group 2 as a scotochromogenic tuberculous organism. Cultures grow slowly, are smooth, and are pigmented yellow. M gordonae is one of the least pathogenic of the mycobacteria except in those with HIV where it can cause severe systemic disease.

COMMENT: The electromagnetic focus during this iteration is on endocrine sites, the testis and the adrenal glands. DHEA and testosteone extract are associated with restoring normal galvanic skin resistance. The word “extract” means that the frequency of the signal is from an undiluted substance, a raw extract.

An interesting clinical point is that even though signals for a virulent organism like tuberculosis are detected, the is seldom evidence of clinical tuberculosis. These tuberculosis signals may represent latent forms of the disease. From a biological conductance standpoint they produce destructive interference that alter normal information exchange and energy flow.

EIGHTH ITERATION
6/14/93
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                           Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL 50-1(R)     Prostate, Middle Lobe                                 Prostate Carcinoma 9 LM
Lachesis mutus 3 X
Syphilinum 3 X
Ureaplasma urealytica 12 X
Herpes simplex-2 30 X
Molluscum contagiosum 12 X
Conium Maculatum 12 X
SI 1b     Small Intestine, Main Detection Site                   Tuberculinum Rosenbach(M.gordonae) 12X
Antigliadin Antibody in Red Winter Wheat 2KX
SP 1a    Pancreas (Exocrine)                                             Rubeola (Rubella) 6X

ASSESSMENT

Prostate Carcinoma 9 LM : a signal for Prostate Cancer on the right side of the  Middle Lobe of the Prostate at the BL 50-1(R) site.

9LM= has a frequency of 9 X 50 X 1000 X (50-60) cycles per second. The clinical application of this  number has yet to be defined.

Lachesis  3X: a code for a homeopathic remedy made from the suruku snake, Lachesis mutus.  It is associated with a constitutional state
of intense inner response to stimulation leading to sexual excitation, jealously, loquacity, and rapid mental processing.

Syphilinum (Leuesinum) 3X: a code derived from a syphilitic chancre. It is associated with destructive lesions like ulcers, malignant degeneration of cancer and psychosis. This signal may be miasmatic, that is, it may be transmitted transgenerationally from progenerators.

Ureaplasma urealytica 12 X: a code for a family Mycoplasmataceae, a Gram-negative microaerophilic to aerophphilic, non-motile coccobacillus,
the cause of non-gonococcal urethritis and prostatitis in males and genitourinary infection in females leading to sterility. It is a sexually transmitted disease and may cause respiratory and central nervous system infections in newborns. This infectious disease code, located in the prostate site, may be a co-factor in the process of malignant degeneration.

Human herpesvirus 2 (HHV-2), also Herpes simplex virus-2 30 X: Herpesvirudae, A sexually transmitted disease characterized by extensive
bilateral lesions in the genital area with fever, inguinal lymphadenopathy, and dysuria. Neonatal herpes can be transmitted from
mother to child during delivery.

Molluscum contagiosum virus (MOCV) 12X: Poxviridae, a contact disease in children with lesions on trunk or limbs. In adults it spread
through sexual contact forming pearly, raised, firm lesions on the pubis, inner thighs, and genitalia. Severe dissemination occurs in AIDS patients.  It replicates only in the keritinocyte producing clusters of skin lesions.

Conium maculatum 12 X: lower frequency for the code.
Tuberculinum Rosenbach (M.gordonae) 12X: a code for a tuberculosis nosode characterized by Rosenbach, having an identical electromagnetic
signature as Mycobacterium gordonae, rarely the cause of disease, is commonly known as the “tap water bacillus”, because it is frequently
found in soil and sink drains. In this case the code is located at the small intestinal electromagnetic detection site.

Antigliadin Antibody (Red Winter Wheat) 2KX: the alcohol soluble portion of gluten. Located in the small intestinal electromagnetic
detection site.

Rubella virus: (RUBV) 6 X: Togaviridae, the code for the etiologic agent of rubella located at the electromagnetic site of the pancreas.

OBSERVATION: Signals for Ureaplasma urealytica , Human herpesvirus 2 (HHV-2) and Molluscum contagiosum virus (MOCV) all raise the possibility that sexually transmitted diseases may be a precondition for the developement of cancer of the prostate, especially when it is found in association with syphilinum, a signal that is frequently associated with malignant degeneration.

NINTH ITERATION
8/31/93
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                            Electromagnetic code in plain language

ST 5      Maxillary Sinus                                                      Chlordane 1X
Aspergillus fumigatus 6 X
Ubiquinone 3 X
Purple-Violet 3X

SI 1b     Small Intestine, Main Detection Site                   DDT 1X
Fusarium oxysporium 3 X
Trichinoyl 6 X
Purple-Violet 3 X

LY 2     Lymphatics of the Jaw and Teeth                         Non Gamma-2 Amalgam 6 X
DDT 1 X
Microsporium canis 3 X
Rhodotorula rubrum 3 X
Naphthoquinone 6 X
Sodium Pyruvate 3 X
Purple-Violet 3 X

LU 10c      Lung, Main Detection Site                               Bacillinum 30 X
Verticillin albo-atrum 3 X
Trichinoyl 6 X
Purple-Violet 3 X

BL 66b     Bladder, Main Detection Site                            Prostate Adenoma 6 X
Conium Maculatum 12 X
Trichinoyl 6 X
Purple-Violet 3 X
Prostate Carcinoma-Negative
ASSESSMENT
Chlordane 1X: a chlorinated cyclodiene, an organochlorine insecticide that is mixed with heptachlor, a combination that is hepatotoxic.
used for termite control and has a very long half-life.

Aspergillus fumigatus 6 X: a cause of aspergillosis, a fungal disease in birds and humans.

COMMENT: Chlordane and aspergillus signals are frequently found together in the iterative process, not infrequently involving sinus detection sites.

Ubiquinone 3 X (Coenzyme Co Q-10): a code for a component of the electron transport chain.

Trichinoyl 6 X: a code for a component of the electron transport chain.

Naphthoquinone 6 X: a code for a component of the electron transport chain is at the same site, LY 2 as Non-Gamma-2 Amalgam.

COMMENT: Signals for part of the electron transport chain are involved during this iteration, may be a distal effect from non-gamma 2 amalgam.

DDT 1X: (Dichlorodiphenoxyltrichloroethane): an organic halogen insecticide that is extremely neurotoxic. It is highly stable and has a
long half-life. Drug resistance develops rapidly.

Verticillin albo-atrum 3 X: a code for a subspecies of Verticillin a cause of fulminant mucormycosis in immunocompromised individuals. A
yeast species related to the Candida genus.

COMMENT: Signals for DDT and Candida species are frequently detected together in the iterative process

DENTAL INFLUENCES:

Non Gamma-2 Amalgam 6 X: a stronger dental restoration made with mercury, a potent toxin, mixed with copper, tin and silver.This formulation reducees the amount of the softer gamma-2 component that was used in previous dental alloys.

Microsporium canis 3 X: genus Microsporium the causal agent of tinea capitis and tinea corporis in children at the same site as, LY 2.

Rhodotorula rubrum 3 X: Red yeast-like deuteromycetous fungal genus generally regarded as nonpathogenic, seen in immunocompromised patients usually as a result of surgical implants is at the same site as LY 2, Non-Gamma-2 Amalgam.

Naphthoquinone 6 X: a code for a component of the electron transport chain is at the same site, LY 2 as Non-Gamma-2 Amalgam.

Sodium Pyruvate 3 X: part of the energy pathway leading to Acetyl CoA, is at the same site, LY 2 as Non-Gamma-2 Amalgam.

COMMENT: The signal for Non-Gamma-2 alloy is associated with signals for Acetyl CoA and naphthoquinone both components for electron transport system. It raises the possibillity that Microsporium and Rhodotorula may be present at this site because of a focal destructive influence of the mercury alloy having a direct effect  on these organisms or indirectly by having an indirect effect on the electron transport system.

ALIASING:

Purple-Violet 3X: is a signal for light in the purple-violet range. It may be the result of aliasing of signals in the biological field or as a result of sampling distortion in the computer system. Aliasing refers to continuous signals that are indistinguisable from one another or aliases.

Fusarium oxysporium 3 X: a code for a fungus that causes Fusarium wilt disease in plants and is a cause for infection in human burn patients.

Bacillinum 30 X: an electromagnetic code for a homeopathic nosode made by J. Compton Burnett, from the lung of a patient with tuberculosis;

found in the electromagnetic site for the lung.

PROSTATE

Prostate Carcinoma code was not detected either because of destructive interference or because it is no longer present.

Prostate adenoma 6X is detected at the Bladder Main Detection site

TENTH ITERATION
12/7/93
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                         Electromagnetic code in plain language


BL 65      Urethra, Penis, Prostate                                  Prostate Adenoma 4 X
Conium Maculatum 3 X
Calcerea Carbonica 6 X
Scirrhinum All X
Thiosinaminum All X
Syphilinum All X
Red (O) All X
Lemon Yellow All X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenoma 4 X: a signal for a benign tumor of the prostate gland.
Conium Maculatum 3X:code for the homeopathic remedy for Poison Hemlock used for hard tumors.
Calcerea Carbonica 6 X: a ubiquitous polycrest, a common constitutional state in most of the population, mainly those relating to fears and phobias about work and responsibility.
Thiosinaminum All X: a code for a chemical derived from the oil of mustard seed that is used homeopathically for dissolving of scar tissue.

Scirrhinum All X: a code for a homeopathic remedy made from a scirrhous carcinoma of the breast.
Syphilinum All X: code for a  miasm, homeopathically derived from a syphilitic chancre. This miasm is clinically associated with malignant
degeneration.
Red (O) All X: a code for light in the Red (O) range, may be the result aliasing of a signal within the detection system.
Lemon-Yellow All X:a code for light in the Lemon-Yellow range, may be the result aliasing of a signal within the detection system.

COMMENT ON “All X”

In the detection apparatus there is a separate  input of signals from a signal generator with a range of signals ranging fron from 1X to 1000X. The designation of “X”  implies a frequency relationship with homeopathically derived remedies made by dilution and succussion. This relationship needs further clarification. If this paradigm holds then “All X” indicates that there are a wide range of frequencies at the prostate site and would imply that there is a a significant electromagnetic conductance disturbance at this site. The cause of the “All X” (multiple frequencies) is probably syphillinun because it is an endogenous non-coherent signal whereas Thiosinaminum and scirrhinum are exogenous nosode preparations, The color signals may be the result aliasing.(see the comment on ALIASING in the Ninth Iteration).
THIRTEENTH ITERATION
1/18/95
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language


LY 1-2     Lymphatics, Head and Neck                                  Calcerea Phosphorica 3 X

UO5 (L)     Tooth No. 13                                                      Non gamma-2 Amalgam 3 X

UO6 (L)     Tooth No.14                                                       Mercurius Solubilis 2 X

UO9 (L)      Retromolar Space                                               Fatty Ostitis 3 X
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 3X
LO2 (L)     Tooth No.23                                                        Variolinum 15 X

ASSESSMENT
Calcerea Phosphorica 3 X: a constitutional mental state of deep-seated discontent.
Non gamma-2 Amalgam 3 X
Mercurius Solubilis Hahnemani (Hahnemann’s Soluble Mercury): a code for a homeopathic remedy used in those who are weak and
reactive to change, may be related to absorption from a mercury amalgam.
Fatty Ostitis 3 X: a code for a bacterial infection in the medullary portion of the jawbone, usually related to dental infections;
characterized by fatty liquifaction. In this case it is electromagnetically related to M.pneumoniae.
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 3X): a code for a pleomorphic organism that lacks a cell wall, the cause of primary atypical pneumonia.
Variolinum 15 X: a smallpox miasm.

FOURTEENTH ITERATION
8/2/95
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language


UO5 (L)     Tooth No. 13                                                         Thioether 6.X (Root Canal)
Streptococcus pyrogenes 6 X
ASSESSMENT
Thioether 6.X (Root Canal): a sulfur ether associated with residual infection and decay after root canal treatment.

Streptococcus pyrogenes 6 X: Gram-positive facultative anaerobe, the most pathogenic subspecies of group A-beta hemolytic streptococcus. Causes pharyngitis, scarlet fever, erysipelas, impetigo and cellulites. It is found in biofilms of gutta-percha used in root canals.                      European Journal of Oral Sciences Volume 112 Issue 6 Page 523-529, December 2004

Autoimmune sequelae of rheumatic fever and glomerulonephritis may occur as result of this bacterial infection.

FIFTEENTH ITERATION
5/6/96
DETECTION SITES AND  CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language


UO5 (L)     Tooth No. 13     Left Upper Second Bicuspid         Mercurius vivus 5 X
UO4 (L)     Tooth No. 12     Left Upper First Bicuspid             Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
LO7 (L)     Tooth No. 18     Left Lower Second Molar             Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
LO6 (L)     Tooth No. 19     Left Lower First Molar                  Gold 3.X (Aurum metallicum)
LO5 (L)     Tooth No. 20     Left lower Second Bicuspid          Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
LO6 (R)     Tooth No. 30     Right Lower First Molar                Gold 3X (Aurum metallicum)
BL66         Trigone of the Bladder                                          Urothelium (Bladder) Carcinoma Grade I  5 X
Gold 4 X (Aurum metallicum)
ASSESSMENT
Mercurius vivus 5X: pure mercury, a component in some dental alloys. It’s presence implies that it was not completely bound in the dental alloy. Being placed  next to a gold crown poses the possibility of a galvanic current being generated by two dissimilar metals with saliva acting as a conductor.
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum): code for a dental restoration material made from gold metal. Detected at the electromagnetic sites of four teeth and the bladder trigone.
Urothelium Carcinoma Grade I  5 X: a code for a low grade malignant tumor of the bladder mucosa associated with a code for Gold 4X from a dental
electromagnetic site also detected at BL66, the electromagnetic site for the bladder trigone.

SIXTEENTH ITERATION
7/3/96
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language


UO5 (R)      Tooth No. 4                                                         Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)

BL 66         Trigone, Bladder                                                   Urothelium (Bladder) Carcinoma 30 X
Conium maculatum 8x
Saw Palmetto

ASSESSMENT

There is destructive interference by gold in Tooth No. 4. The non-coherent wave radiates to the trigone of the bladder where a signal for Cancer of the urethelium (bladder mucosa) is also found. The energetic relationship is confirmed by observing the correction of galvanic skin resistance at BL 66 by touching Tooth No.4 with a finger holding the negative electrode. This is a good technique to assess the role that a dental focus has on the electrodermal detection sites.

Saw Palmetto is an extract of the fruit of Serenoa repens. It is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols and has shown promise in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia. JAMA 280: 1604–1609, 1998.

SEVENTEETH ITERATION
12/2/96
DETECTION SITES ANDCODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

BL65          Urethra, Penis, Prostate                                     Urothelium Carcinoma 48 X
UO5 (L)     Tooth No.13                                                         Listeria monocytogenes 3 X

UO6 (R)     Tooth No.3                                                          Thioether 3 X (Root Canal )
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 3 X

LO7 (L)      Tooth No.18                                                        Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
Catarrhal Mixed Flora 3 X (Infection under the crown)
ASSESSMENT
Urothelium Carcinoma 48 X

Listeria monocytogenes 3 X: a code for an organism found in soil and decayed vegetation. Most serious infections occur among neonates,
pregnant women, and immune compromised diabetics, alcoholics, and cirrhotics. Meningitis is the most common infection. This
finding suggests that the may be an immune compromises state associated with Tooth No. 13.

Thioether 3 X (Root Canal ): the code frequency has not changed.

Mycoplasma pneumoniae 3 X: a code for the cause of primary atypical pneumonia, originally detected in retromolar space site, is now
detected in the root canal site of Tooth No. 3.

Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum): the code frequency has not changed.
Catarrhal Mixed Flora 3 X (Suspected infection under the crown): a code for an inflammation of the mucous membranes caused by a
mixture of organisms not otherwise characterized

NINETEENTH ITERATION
7/23/97
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL50a     Seminal Hillock (Verumontanum)                            Mycoplasma pneumoniae 8 X
Lycopodium 3X
Syphilinum 6 X
SP13      Prostate Lymphatics                                               Prostate Carcinoma 20 X
Mercurius vivus 3 X
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 8 X
Syphilinum 6 X
Luprolide (Did not take)
Cadmium sulfuricum CM
Conium Maculatum 4 X

ASSESSMENT
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 8 X: the code has a higher frequency suggesting that the code is moving to completion, in anticipation that code
will no longer be found.
Lycopodium 3X: a code for a homeopathic remedy for an enlarged prostate.
Syphilinum 6 X: frequency is now 6X instead of All X.
Prostate adenocarcinoma 20X: a code for a malignant neoplasm of acinar (glandular sac) origin in the prostate, the most common
malignancy of the prostate. Prognosis is stage dependent. Tumor spreads by direct extension into the bladder, adjacent lymph nodes
and to bone.

Mercurius vivus 3 X: the code frequency has decreased implying that there in no improvement of conductance.
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum): the code frequency has decreased implying that there in no improvement of conductance.
Luprolide (Lupron): an inhibitor of Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) resulting in lower levels of Leutinizing Hormone (LH) and testosterone in males and lower levels of Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and estrogen in females.
Although the patient did not take Lupron, it produced electromagnetic balance, indicating that it may have been useful for cancer therapy.
Cadmium sulfuricum CM: code for a homeopathic remedy useful in some cancers.
Conium maculatum 4 X: code frequency has decreased, implying lack of improvement in correcting non-coherent wave formation at this site.

TWENTIETH ITERATION
10/29/97
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

SP13     Prostate Lymphatics                                                 Prostate Carcinoma 100 X
Mercurius vivus 3 X

LO4 (L)  Tooth No. 24  Balances SP 13

Cadmium sulfuricum MM
Conium Maculatum 4 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Carcinoma 100X: code has increased suggesting a tendency toward improvement.
Mercurius vivus 3 X: is still in the mouth causing non-conductance still at SP 13, the prostatic lymphatic site
Tooth No. 21: electromagnetic site of mercury signal.
Cadmium sulfuricum MM: code frequency continues to increase.
Conium Maculatum 4 X: no change in code frequency.

TWENTY-SECOND ITERATION
3/24/99
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

BL 65     Urethra, Penis, Prostate                                        Prostate Carcinoma 24 X
Syphilinum 10 X
Conium Maculatum 4 X
ASSESSMENT
Prostate Carcinoma 24 X: code has decreased in frequency implying a lack of improvement.
Syphilinum 10x: the encoded signal has increased in frequency suggesting that there is a decreased predisposition toward malignant degeneration.
Conium Maculatum 4 X: code frequency is unchanged.
TWENTY-THIRD ITERATION
5/18/99
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

CI8f        Hemo-Lymph Nodes                                                Prostate Carcinoma 100 X
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
      Tooth No. 2 (UO 7) Right Upper Second Molar
BL 50      Prostate, Lateral Lobe                                            Prostate Carcinoma 100 X
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum)
Tooth No.30 (LO 6) Right Lower First Molar
Variola 15 X
Conium Maculatum 100 X
Lupron (Patient did not take it)
SP13      Prostate Lymphatics                                                Prostate Carcinoma 100 X
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum
Tooth No.30 (LO 6) Right Lower First Molar

ASSESSMENT
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum): signal still present.
Tooth No. 2: A non-coherent  gold signal arises from this electromagnetic site of origin.
Prostate Carcinoma 100 X: unchanged frequency of cancer code, implying that there has been no further improvement in tumor resolution.
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum): signal still present.
Tooth No.30: non-coherent signal arises from this electromagnetic site of origin.
Variola 15 X: code for Small Pox.
Conium Maculatum 100 X: increased signal frequency.
Lupron (Patient did not take this drug. It may have been useful therapeutically.

TWENTY-FIFTH ITERATION
6/23/99
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL 50      Prostate, Lateral Lobe                                            Prostate Adenoarcinoma 1 KX
Syphilinum 24 X
Conium Maculatum 1 KX
Calcium Cyanide 1 KX

ASSESSMENT
Prostate Adenocarcinoma 1 KX: There is an increase in signal frequency suggesting that the addition of the Small Pox signal  in the Twenty-third  iteration and the addition of the Syphilinum signal in the Twenty-second iteration improved conductance by decreasing the influence of these non-coherent waves, thereby permitting a better electromagnetic environment so that normal cancer control mechanisms may function more effetively.

Syphilinum 24 X: increase in code frequency.
Conium Maculatum 1 KX: increase in code frequency. This the last iteration in which it was detected. This signal has had as electromagnetic effect for over 7 years.
Calcium Cyanide 1 KX: a new code of high frequency.

TWENTY-SEVENTH ITERATION
10/5/99
DETECTION SITES AND CODES

Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL 65     Urethra, Penis, Prostate                                          Urothelium (Bladder) Carcinoma, Grade I 400 X
Syphilinum 100 X
Calcium Iodatum 200 X
ASSESSMENT
Urothelium Carcinoma, Grade I 400 X: a low grade bladder cancer signal is now identified at a prostate site. This finding emphasizes the heterogenious nature of the malignant process which may not involve just one cell type. If syphilinum is a factor in malignant degeneration then it would exert it’s influence on all tissues in the area.
Syphilinum 100 X: increase in code frequency, paralleling beneficial tumor response.
Calcium Iodatum 200 X: a new code that is used homeopathically for glandular involvement of the head and neck.

TWENTY-EIGHTH ITERATION
1/4/00
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL66     Bladder Trigone                                                        Urothelium (bladder) Carcinoma, Grade I 1 KX
Urothelium Papilloma 6 X
Prostate Adenocarcinoma 2 KX
Syphilinum 1 KX
Mercurius solubilis 3 X
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum
Calciun Iodatum 800 X
Chimaphila Umbellata 24 M

ASSESSMENT
Urothelium Carcinoma, Grade I 1 KX: increase in code frequency, suggesting further clinical impprovement.
Urothelium Papilloma 6 X: a code for a benign urothelial tumor, a new signal for a non-malignant tumor.
Prostate Adenocarcinoma 2 KX: the frequency for the malignant aspect for this tumor of the prostate continues to increase in frequency suggesting further improvement in tumor resolution.
Syphilinum 1 KX: increase in code frequency, paralleling the urothelial response.
Mercurius solubilis 3 X: the mercury signal is  still present.
Gold 3 X (Aurum metallicum: a code for gold still present.
Calciiun Iodatum 800 X: higher code frequency.
Chimaphila Umbellata 24 M: code of very high frequency. Homeopathic activity is on the lymphatics of the urinary bladder.

THIRTIETH ITERATION
7/7/00
Interval History: ALL DENTAL METAL WAS REMOVED DURING THE INTERVAL FROM HIS LAST  ITERATION.

DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL66     Bladder Trigone Prostate                                          Urothelium (Squamous)Carcinoma 4 KX
Syphilinum 3 X
Prostate Adenoma 3 X
Medorrhinum 12 X (Gonorrhea)

ASSESSMENT
Urothelium (Squamous)Carcinoma 4 KX: A malignant bladder carcinoma with squamous cell characteristics is now involving a bladder site
Syphilinum 3 X: code frequency unchanged.
Prostate Adenoma 3 X: a benign tumor of the prostate detected at a bladder trigone site.
Medorrhinum (Gonorrhea) 12 X): a code for a nosode made from Neisseria gonorrhea, the bacterial cause of gonorrhea. As a miasm it is
associated with proliferation of benign tumors rather than a malignant degeneration of Syphilinum.
THIRTY-SECOND ITERATION
4/26/01
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
(Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL66     Bladder Trigone                                                          Urothelium (Bladder) Carcinoma 200 X

ASSESSMENT
Urothilium Carcinoma 200 X: a lower code frequency, suggesting an increase in size of the tumor.

THIRTY-THIRD ITERATION
9/20/01
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

BL66     Bladder Trigone                                                         Urothelium Carcinoma, Grade I 200 X
Cadmium Sulfuricum 12 X
Syphilinum 12 X
Transforming Growth –a 12 X
Chicken Virus 2 12X

BL 66b     Bladder, Main Detection Site                                 Prostate Adenoma 15 X
Medorrhinum 15 X (Gonorrhea)

ASSESSMENT
Urothilium Carcinoma, Grade I 200 X: code frequency  is unchanged.
Cadmium Sulfuricum 12 X: a code for a homeopathic remedy that is useful in some malignancies.
Syphilinum 12 X: increased signal frequency suggesting a decreased influence of this dysresonance in the malignant process.
Transforming Growth –a 12 X: a code for a cytokines effect on intracellular conductance.
Chicken Virus 2 12 X: a virus signal associated with a cytokine signal.

THIRTY-FOURTH ITERATION
12/19/01
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language
BL66     Bladder Trigone                                                         Bladder Papilloma 12 X
Urothelium Carcinoma 800 X
Syphilinum 12 X
Streptococcus pneumonia 3 X
Transforming Growth Factor-a 3 X
Human papilloma virus (HPV-14) 3X
Calcium Fluoratum 3X

ASSESSMENT
Bladder Papilloma 12 X: code frequency is unchanged.
Urothelium Carcinoma 800 X: code frequency has increased, suggesting some response.
Syphilinum 12 X: code frequency is unchanged.
Streptococcus pneumonia 3 X: a code for a bacterial inhabitant carried in the nasopharynx.
Transforming Growth Factor-a 3 X: a cytokine code.
Human papilloma virus (HPV-14) 3X: a virus code associated with a cytokine code.
Calcium Fluoratum 3X: a code for a calcium salt of Flouride.

THIRTY-FIFTH ITERATION
5/15/02
DETECTION SITES AND CODES
Electromagnetic site in plain language                                Electromagnetic code in plain language

BL66d      Bladder Lymphatics                                               Chlordane 10 X
Aspergillus niger 3 X
                                                                                             NO SIGNALS FOR MALIGNANT OR BENIGN TUMORS ARE IDENTIFIED
ASSESSMENT
Chlordane 10 X: a code for a chlorinated cyclodiene, an organochlorine insecticide that is mixed with heptachlor, a combination that is
hepatotoxic frequently detected at the genitourinary electromagnetic sites.
Aspergillus niger 3X: a code for the genus Aspergillus, a species with black spores, found in the external auditory meatus and associated with
chlordane signals.

DETECTION SITES IN THIS CASE

Primary Tumor Detection Sites

BL 65 Urethra-Penis-Prostate

     BL 50 Lateral Lobe of the Prostate

     BL 50-1(R) Prostate, Middle Lobe

     BL50a Seminal Hillock (Verumontanum)

     SP13 Prostate Lymphatics

Sites of Metastasis, Invasion or of a Second Primary Tumor

BL 66b Bladder Main Detection Site

     BL 66 Trigone, Bladder

     BL66d Bladder Lymphatics

CI8f Hemo-Lymph Nodes

Dental Sites of Origin of Non-coherent Signals

LY 1-2 Lymphatics, Head and Neck

LY 2 Lymphatics of the Jaw and Teeth

     UO 7(R) Tooth No. 2 Right Upper Second Molar

     UO6 (R) Tooth No. 3  Right Upper First Molar

     UO5 (L) Tooth No.13 Left Upper Premolar

     UO6 (L) Tooth No.14     Left Upper First Molar

     UO9 (L) Retro molar Space

    LO7 (L) Tooth No. 18     Left Lower Second Molar
    LO6 (L) Tooth No. 19     Left Lower First Molar
    LO5 (L) Tooth No. 20     Left Lower Second Premolar

    LO2 (L) Tooth No. 23   Left Lower Lateral Incisor

   LO6 (R) Tooth No. 30     Right Lower First Molar

Secondary Sites having a direct or indirect effect on the malignant process

SI 1b Small Intestine, Main Detection Site

SP 1a Pancreas (Exocrine)

ST 5 Maxillary Sinus

LU 10c Lung, Main Detection Site

SP 11 Testis

KI 10b Adrenal Cortex

GROUPS OF SIGNALS IN THIS CASE OF PROSTATE CANCER

ANTIBODIES

Antigliadin Antibody in Red Winter Wheat

BACTERIA

Catarrhal Mixed Flora

     Listeria monocytogenes

    Molluscum contagiosum

    Moraxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis

    Mycoplasma pneumoniae

    Streptococcus pyrogenes

Tuberculinum Denys
Tuberculinum Rosenbach (M. gordonae)

    Ureaplasma urealytica

BENIGN TUMOR

Bladder Papilloma

     Prostate Adenoma

CHEMICALS

Calcium Cyanide

Chlordane (termitocide)

DDT (pesticide)

COLOR

Purple-Violet

Red (O)
Lemon Yellow

CONSTITUTIONALS

Calcerea Carbonica

Calcerea Phosphorica

Lycopodium

Lachesis mutus

CYTOKINES

Transforming Growth Factor –a

DENTAL PATHOLOGY

Fatty Ostitis

Thioether (Root Canal)

TEETH

LO2 (L) Tooth No.23

LO4 (L) Tooth No. 24

LO 6 9(R) Tooth No.30 Right Lower First Molar

UO5 (L) Tooth No. 13

UO6 (L) Tooth No.14

UO9 (L) Retromolar Space

DENTAL METALS

      Aurum metallocum (Gold)

Mercurius Solubilis

      Mercurius vivus

Non Gamma-2 Amalgam

DRUGS

Luprolide (Lupron ®)

FUNGI

     Aspergillus fumigatus

Fusarium oxysporium

     Microsporium canis
     Rhodotorula rubrum
     Verticillin albo-atrum

HERBALS

Conium Maculatum

Saw Palmetto

HOMEOPATHICS

Cadmium sulfuricum

Calcium Fluoratum

Chimaphila Umbellata

Thiosinaminum

HORMONES

DHEA

Testerone

MALIGMANT TUMORS

Prostate Adenocarcinoma

Urothelium (Bladder) Carcinoma Grade I

Urothelium (Squamous) Carcinoma

METABOLICS

Trichinoyl

Ubiquinone

Naphthoquinone
Sodium Pyruvate

MIASMS

Medorrhinum (Gonorrhea)

Bacillinum
Syphilinum

Scirrhinum

Variolinum

VIRUSES

Chicken Virus 2

    Herpes simplex-2

    Human papilloma virus (HPV-14)
Variola

Rubeola (Rubella)
SUMMARY
There was more than a seven year delay before dental metals were removed.

After removal of dental metals, the case went to completion in 2 years. Electromagnetic signals for both benign and malignant tumors of the prostate gland and the bladder urothelium were no longer identifiable and the prostate was small and soft.

Urothelial signals were generally confined to the Badder Trigone and Mucosa electromagnetic detection sites.
Prostate adenocarcinoma signals were generally located in the electromagnetic detection sites of the lateral lobe of the prostate and prostate
lymphatics.
Syphilinum is associated with the malignant process.
Medorrhinum is associated with proliferation of  benign prostate adenomas.
Chlordane and Aspergillus have an electromagnetic effect on biological conductance in the genitourinary detection sites.

LESSONS LEARNED FROM THIS CASE

  1. Non-coherent signals, originating from dental metals in teeth, radiate to sites where signals for cancer of the prostate and bladder are detected.
  2. Most of the metal in this case was gold, a metal generally considered to be safe in dentistry.
  3. From an electromagnetic standpoint, gold, an excellent conductor of electricity, produced significant destructive interference in energy conductance that was associated with electromagnetic signals for prostate and bladder tumor, both malignant and benign.
  4. The electromagnetic effect was regional and not cell specific because both the glandular cells of the prostate and the urothelial cells of the bladder were involved with a malignant process.
  5. This case demonstrated the indolent nature of some cases of cancer of the prostate and bladder.
  6. Saw Palmetto was used by the patient for an extended period of time, and may have helped in controlling the disease. The only conclusion one can honestly reach is that he took Saw Palmetto and he had an indolently growing tumor.
  7. Electrodermal detection sites for tumor were localized to prostate and bladder sites and are consistent with the localized nature of the tumor.
  8. Biopsy of the tumor demonstrated a Gleason Score of (2+2) which is a low score indicating that the tumor is not a threat in the patient’s lifetime.
  9. Because of the low Gleason Score, he had the luxury of delaying 7 years before removing the dental metal.
  10. The decision to remove the gold was a difficult one for the patient. Not only were the gold restorations cosmetically very acceptable, they were expensive to put in and they were going to be expensive to remove. Replacement with composites was not considered to be an acceptable standard of care at that time. The patient finally had the metal removed. Within 2 years of removal there was no evidence of tumor by palpation or by electrodermal screening.
  11. If dental metal acted as a barrier preventing the case from moving to completion, than removal 7 years earlier would have shortened recovery time.
  12. A signal for syphilinum (syphilis) is a predisposing signal for the development of a malignant process.
  13. A signal for medorrhinum (gonorrhea) is a predisposing signal for the development of a benign, proliferative process.
  14. Signals for syphilinum and medorrhinum are in all probability transgenerationally acquired (miasmatic) and not personally acquired.

Vincent J. Speckhart MD MD(H)

PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND STAGING-AN OVERVIEW

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

PROSTATE CANCER

Incidence:

200,000 American men per year

Death rate:

30,000 per year

Diagnosis:

Most men are diagnosed by an elevated prostate specific antigen blood test (PSA).

Less commonly, by an abnormal digital rectal examination (DRE)

 

PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN (PSA)

A protein produced by the prostate

Measures the amount of PSA in a sample of blood

Most men with prostate cancer have an elevated PSA (greater than 4 ng/mL)

An elevated PSA level does not mean there is a cancer

The most common cause for an elevated PSA is benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a noncancerous enlargement of the prostate.

Only 30 percent of men with an elevated PSA have prostate cancer.

PSA:

Less than 10 ng/mL is 70 to 80 percent have organ-confined disease

10 to 50 ng/L is 50 percent have organ-confined disease

Higher than 50 ng/ml is 25 percent organ confined

J Urol 1993; 150:110

PSA may not be elevated with Gleason score 8 and above

 

PROSTATE BIOPSY

Generally recommended if:

The prostate is enlarged or irregularly shaped on rectal examination

The following risk factors are present:

Age

All men are at risk for prostate cancer

Risk greatly increases with older age

Rarely found prostate in men younger than 50 years of age

Ethnic background —

Black men develop prostate cancer more often than white men

Black men are more likely to die of prostate cancer than white men.

Family medical history —

Men who have a first-degree relative (a father or brother) with prostate cancer are more likely to develop the disease

Elevated or increasing PSA level since the previous year

 

GLEASON GRADE

A pathological grade of prostate cancer aggressiveness (from 1 to 5) obtained from a pathology specimen

 

Gleason Score better definition

1.Well differentiated (almost normal), least aggressive

2.Rarely spreads

3.Seldom spreads

4.Often spreads

5.Poorly differentiated, most aggressive, usually spreads. PSA may be low.

 

GLEASON SCORE

Calculated by adding the grades of the  two most common areas of abnormal growth

Low Score: 2 to 4-not a threat in the patients lifetime

Intermediate Score: 5 to 7-most common (90% of males with prostate cancer)

High Score: 8 to 10-almost always metastatic

 

PROSTATE CANCER STAGE OR EXTENT OF DISEASE

Tumor-node-metastasis (TNM) system

Clinical staging determined by digital rectal examination(DRE)

Pathological staging determined by microscopic examination of tissue

 

CANCER STAGE

Tumor

Normal Anatomy

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Images from the National Cancer Institute www.cancer.gov

T1 tumors are microscopic and cannot be felt during rectal examination

T2 tumors can be felt with a rectal examination, but appear to be confined to the prostate gland

T3 tumors have grown beyond the prostate into the capsule

T4 tumors have grown locally beyond the prostate, and involve nearby tissues

T3 or T4 tumor are not likely to be cured, even by surgery

 

Regional and Distant Lymph Nodes where prostate cancer is found

The regional lymph nodes are the nodes of the true pelvis, which are:

The pelvic nodes below the bifurcation of the common iliac arteries

They include the following groups:

Pelvic, not otherwise specified (NOS)

Hypogastric

Obturator

Iliac (internal, external, or NOS)

Sacral (lateral, presacral, promontory, or NOS)

Albertsen PC, Hanley JA, Harlan LC, et al. J Urol 2000;163:1138–1143

Distant lymph nodes where cancer of the prostate is found. These lie outside the confines of the true pelvis.

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General diagram of lymph node areas

Distant lymph nodes include:

(Refer to the general diagram for the specific sites where prostate cancer may spread. These specific sites are are listed below)

Aortic (para-aortic lumbar)

Common iliac

Inguinal, deep and superficial (femoral)

Supraclavicular

Cervical

Scalen

Retroperitoneal, NOS

CA Cancer J Clin 2008; 58:54-59

Metastasis

LYMPH NODES OF THE PROSTATE

Peripheral white area in the bone of the lower lumbar vertebrae and sacrum is prostate cancer. Metastatic lymph nodes of the pelvis surround the pelvic vessels

Osteoblastic metastases are the most common non-nodal site of prostate cancer metastasis (M1b)

Other non-bony sites would include:

Lung

Liver

Adrenal gland

Peritoneum or visceral sites (M1c)

Flanigan RC, McKay TC, Olson M, et al. Urology 1996;48:428–432

BONE SCAN

Recommended for men with high-grade Gleason scale

Not usually necessary with:

Low-grade (T1 or T2) cancer on physical examination

A Gleason score of less than or equal to 6

PSA value less than 10 ng/mL

 

CT (COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY) SCAN OF THE ABDOMEN AND PELVIS

To determine the spread beyond the prostate

Not usually necessary:

With low-grade (T1 or T2) cancer on physical examination Gleason score of less than or equal to 6

PSA value less than 10 ng/mL

 

ENDORECTAL COIL MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging to assess the prostate and the surrounding tissues

Not in widespread use

 

PROS AND CONS OF SCREENING

Effectiveness of Prostate Cancer Screening:

Effective prostate cancer screening must:

Reduce disease-specific morbidity and/or mortality

Clinical trials

No benefit in morbidity and mortality has been found from current randomized, controlled screening trials

Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2006 Jul19;3:CD004720

Results from two large trials will not be available for several years

JAMA 1995 Feb 15;273(7):548-52; Cancer 2004 Apr 1;100(7):1397-405; J Urol 2005 Aug;174(2):489-94; discussion 493-4

Evidence from observational studies

There is a decline in:

Incidence of advanced stage disease

Mortality rates

SEER Cancer Statistics Review, 1973-1999. National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, 2002

Harm from screening

<1 percent) cause complications serious enough to require hospitalization

Urology 1997 Jun;49(6):875-80

Anxiety and physical discomfort

J Natl Cancer Inst 1998 Jun 17;90(12):925-31

Discomfort with the procedure (55%)

Pain persisting longer than one week (2%)

Psychological distress even with a negative biopsy

Am J Med 2004 Nov 15;117(10):719-25; J Gen Intern Med. 2006 Jul;21(7):715- 21

Chronic anxiety after a negative prostate biopsy because:

Cancer cannot be ruled out

High false-negative biopsy rate

Urology 1997 Dec;50(6):831-2

Overdiagnosis

Screening-detected prostate cancers have early-stage disease and will be offered aggressive treatment.

Risk of overdiagnosis with screening found in:

29 percent of cancers detected in whites

44 percent of cancers detected in blacks

J Natl Cancer Inst 2002 Jul 3;94(13):981-90

50 percent overdetection in ages 55 to 67

J Natl Cancer Inst 2003 Jun 18;95(12):868-78

Outline adapted from UpToDate ® Eric A Klein, MD Section Editor

Last literature review version 16.1: January 2008

ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT PROSTATE SCREENING PROGRAMS

It can be concluded from the above discussion that optimal screening for prostate cancer has not yet been achieved.

The greatest advantage from current screening is in raising an awareness of the need for early detection, while cancer is still confined within the prostate gland , a time when it can be successfully removed by surgery.

The current system does not screen for the preconditions that lead to malignant degeneration in the first place. All the current system does is to identify prostate cancer after it has developed. Once malignant transformation has occurred, treatment is much more difficult.

There is a need for a system of screening that can detect the preconditions that lead to the formation of cancer and one that can identify those conditions that prevent tumor resolution.

I believe that a system of electrodermal detection and signal modulation can be developed to address these concerns. I hope to present an evidence based  non-invasive, cost effective method of electrodermal screening  and treatment of prostate cancer in my future discussions.

Vincent J. Speckhart MD MD(H)

The Reversal of Globalization

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

Globalization is based on cheap energy.  The "2500 mile salad" assumes that you can truck lettuce from California and put it on the table in New York City at a reasonable cost.  Cheap transportation costs propelled China’s industrial sector into a world class supplier.  This phenomenon allowed them to build their infrastructure with money from the West.  This transfer of wealth provided the "priming of the pump".  Conventional oil peaked in May of 2005.  What most believed to be an unlimited supply of energy has now proven to be the opposite and there is no silver bullet on the horizon.  Economies based on the cheap energy paradigm will go through some radical changes.

Inflation will continue to work against globalization.  Besides peak oil, the inflation impact on the price of oil will negatively impact lower and middle class society.  Increased prices of food and other staples will force people back to the garden.  Many retailers are filing bankruptcy or closing stores.  The contraction will be severe.  The government’s economic indices understate the problem and will continue to do so.  It normally take two quarters for the government to admit the U.S. is in recession and that is now the case.  Other statisticians report that the U.S. has been in a recession for more than a year and has a severe employment issue.

Scarcity in resources does not promote globalization, scarcity promotes protectionism.  The countries with resources do not want to share their resources but prefer domestic consumption to maintain civil obedience.  Hmm!  It looks like the great experiment isn’t working too well unless the end game is to bring countries to their knees to promote "merger and acquisition" in the political arena.  After 9/11 Americans were convinced of the need to give up personal liberties and freedoms for perceived protection from the bad guys.  However, nearly 8 years later and the bad guys are still out there.  What a complex world we live in!

On a subtle note, the globalization of currency is working.  Once again gold and silver are seen as storehouses of value as they have been for the last 5,000 years.  The problem is that governments cannot manipulate them as they have done with fiat currencies.  Throughout history every fiat currency has fallen and society has returned to gold and silver.  It appears that we are on the fast track once again.  Central Banks will fight the upward push in the price of gold for as long as possible.  They will do anything possible to keep gold down but to no avail.  Once the masses finally catch on, the price of gold will go parabolic.  The smart money which is already accumulating gold will be happy to sell to Joe Six-pack at that time just as they did in the tech boom.  The transfer of wealth is based on revelation, not information (or all those web surfers would be rich).

America’s financial system continues to fall apart.  Alt=A loans will be the next wave of defaults.  These loans were made to people with reasonable credit scores but no documentation of assets or employment.  What were those lenders thinking?   As reported earlier the FASB has delayed their compliance rule to force institutions to place their "off balance sheet" liabilities on the balance sheet.  I guess that their sanctioned fraud will continue another twelve months.  These acts will continue to erode the credibility of the American financial system and will force foreign capital to find other jurisdictions for their investments.  This will severely impact the U.S. consumer nation who has forgotten how to save money- the source of capital investment.

As financial institutions were growing, they were spreading their reach across the globe.  Britain’s Royal Bank of Scotland acquired businesses outside their normal market and began to globalize.  They are now in reverse: http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/banking_and_finance/article4449834.ece#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=1185799

PS Keep an eye on Pakistan, it’s a very dangerous place with nukes.