No Thinking Without Breathing


By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …

“Our lungs which art in our chest, hallowed be the resonance of my tongue, thy command be thy burp.”

“Oxygen can’t see itself, but it knows how to call itself ‘I.’ ‘I am oxygen.’ Breath IS. And it doesn’t manipulate, possess, or prognosticate.”

“The breathless state is the enlightened state. Breathlessness is joyousness – breathless with joy.”

“The lungs produce blood pressure. God don’t want no competition with a big brain. God is breath.”

“The brain doesn’t think, it pulsates. Thinking is the rhythmic expansion and contraction of the brain, geared to the respiratory pattern.”

“There is no Brain Meridian. The brain won’t work without oxygen.”

“The lungs take preference over the brain. The lungs are the primary coil, and the brain is the secondary coil.”

“One atom of oxygen could last you forty years. Live by intracellular osmosis.”

“Healthy breathing usually has a pause between the in-breath and the out-breath. In a sick person, this pause may be missing.”

“Use the Air Breath for liquid in the lungs. Sigh, hyper-sigh, or pant.”

“The Air Breath is the Gaseous Breath. Examples are ‘Allah,’ ‘Alas!,’ ‘Amen,’ or ‘Eeee!’ when dying.”

“The nose is a gas pump, and the diaphragm is an oil pump.”

“The diaphragmatic breath is the Complete Breath. This breath is used by swimmers, singers, and yogis.”

“Taking a deep breath releases electrostasis that breaks up colloids found in mucus. Snot looks like tiny crystals. These crystals come from things like milk solids and baking soda from bread.”

“Diaphragmatic breathing is greater at noon.”

“Guru Muku initiates you by hitting you over the head with an unlit cigar. He’s a short, little, chubby guy. He says, ‘You people spoiling the air.’ He takes care of your smoking karma.”

“Cancer patients die from congestion in the lungs or kidney failure.”

“Basil tea removes marijuana and tobacco residues from the lungs.”

“Breathe apple cider vinegar to clear mucus from the lungs.”

“Malic acid will clear all the smog in the world. Sniff apple cider vinegar to make the nostrils into detectors. The hairs stay clear and flexible like villi or rugae.”

“If the hairs are clogged up, pollen has an effect on us. Use Q-tips for cleaning nostril hairs.”

“Pine nuts contain turpentine to help clean tar from lungs.”

“Eat almonds, citrus fruit, and honeycomb for the lungs. The almonds break down the honeycomb.”

“You can get antimony from cocoa and tamarind. It helps prevent yeast infections, phases down lung congestion, and slows down pressurization.”

“Antimony is the best cleanser. It will get the lungs to function back on time, giving them the proper pressurization, or respiratory rate. Take it for a hot blockage or a moist blockage.”

“Use antimony for an abundance of mucus, congestion of the lungs from a constriction principle, to create a vibrancy to push.”

“Rocking side to side in the fetal position at Lung Time adjusts the fourth and fifth lumbars.”

'No Thinking Without Breathing' have 4 comments

  1. October 21, 2017 @ 6:16 pm Atom

    Many doctors were already beginning to suspect cod liver oil and fish oils.

    Charles Murchison, M.D. wrote (in 1868) …

    “Cod-liver oil is of questionable utility; Frerichs states that he has known cases where waxy liver was developed under its continuous use.”

    According to the same source …

    “The liver undergoes greater enlargement from the so-called waxy, or amyloid deposit, than from any other disease, excepting, perhaps, cancer. I have known the liver of an adult affected with this disease weigh upwards of 180, instead of 50 or 60 ounces, and the liver, of which I show you here a portion, weighed one-seventh, instead of a twenty-fifth, of the entire body of the child from whom it was taken.”


  2. October 21, 2017 @ 6:19 pm Atom

    Ray Peat (“The Great Fish Oil Experiment,” 2006-2016) wrote …

    “In declaring EPA and DHA to be safe, the FDA neglected to evaluate their antithyroid, immunosuppressive, lipid peroxidative (Song et al., 2000), light sensitizing, and antimitochondrial effects, their depression of glucose oxidation (Delarue et al.,2003), and their contribution to metastatic cancer (Klieveri, et al., 2000), lipofuscinosis [Yellow Fat Disease] and liver damage, among other problems.”–mini-e-books.php#Age-Spots


  3. October 23, 2017 @ 11:18 pm John

    Hi Atom,
    would you do a post on this please “The nose is a gas pump”


    • October 26, 2017 @ 10:30 am Atom

      I just posted “Air Is Pushed Into Us.”

      Re: “The nose is a gas pump, and the diaphragm is an oil pump.”

      Adano was possibly referring to the fact that the nose handles gases, which are compressible, while the diaphragm has a secondary function of moving fluids, which are not compressible.

      He specialized in pumps and anti-corrosion piping when he lived and worked in Gretna, Louisiana, across the river from New Orleans.


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