Heart attack

Published on Circulatory system.

Heart attack is a condition of the heart

Heart - heart attack

Published on Circulatory system.

Territory, in our current life, is represented by roots: house, car, family, the financial management of the family, the environment where the person feels well (his friends club) and, of course, home, parents, children, place of work, colleagues, employees, money. The person who overruns someone else’s territory, unsolicited, is a person who is watching out the other’s territory. He is a trespasser.

Territory is essential to life on Earth. Conflicts of a sexual nature and undervaluing in animal life are part of it. Heart attacks, in animals, are linked to the defence of the territory.

The process has always been the same. Initially I marked the territory, then I took someone in there and now, in third place, there is someone who covets my territory.

Heart attacks stem from a territorial conflict.

The example of deer in the animal world is very interesting.

Deer are typically territorial animals. In 90% of the cases, in the society of gazelles, deer, stags and reindeers, the old male die of heart attack and, in 10% of the cases, they die of depression. Gazelles expel all those who are not members of their clan. A gazelle has its females and offspring and does not want anyone else in there. Nothing new about this, many animals do the same.

Once a year its territory is endangered. It happens just before the mating season, in autumn. It lasts three weeks.

Young males have three weeks to win or lose the fight against the old deer. And they fight for dominance of the clan.

They confront each other. Again, nothing new here.

And let us give an example:

The old deer exerts a pressure of one thousand kilos, and the younger deer applies a weight of eight hundred kilos. The old deer wins the combat and remains in control. He keeps its territory. The young male loses but does not suffer any consequence either.

They both remain healthy.

The following year, the old deer exerts his one thousand kilo power and the younger male, by now stronger and older, opposes an identical one thousand kilo pressure. Here, in the face of matching physical powers, the old deer has a lot to lose, while the young one has nothing to lose. At this point, the older deer makes one last effort and exerts increased power, and goes up to one thousand one hundred kilos. The aorta artery and the coronaries swell tremendously (yang side, warrior, masculine side of the heart operating full blast). The old dear wins the fight. It keeps its territory. The young deer only loses the battle and does not win anything. They both remain healthy.

The following year, the old deer is weaker and exerts a pressure of eight hundred kilos and the young deer opposes the same one thousand kilo power. The old deer makes one last effort, making the coronaries and the aorta swell up to nine hundred kilos. But this is not enough, and loses. The young deer expels it from the territory. The young deer remains healthy, becomes the master of the clan and starts mating and procreating to maintain the species.

However, the older deer who lost the combat, who is undergoing an emotion of major frustration, feeling undervalued because it lost its territory, suffers a heart attack when the coronary arteries, which swelled a lot during the fight, begin to get back to normal following the huge cardiac effort. This characteristic is typical of all types of deer.

Ninety per cent of male deer die of heart attack when they lose their territory. When they do not lose it, the coronaries get back to normal with no damage done. The ten per cent that do not die feel undervalued and end up dying of depression. They enter into an hormonal draw again (see Endocrine system about the hormonal draw).

A heart attack always takes place following a territorial conflict. It can be some months afterwards. According to the psychological tension the person experienced, he may develop arrhythmia, angina, a stroke or even a fatal heart attack. This will depend on how the person experienced the psychological conflict of intrusion in his territory, or loss of his territory without verbalizing it effectively.

A heart attack is, above all, a cerebral disease. In this stage of the attack, there are huge oedemas. This is the brain expressing itself at the level of the masculine temporal lobes (masculine temples). The person experiences cerebral oedemas, which cause headache, nausea and photosensitivity. Heart attack pain is cerebral. It is the brain that feels the pain. One does not die of heart failure, but of cerebral oedema. People do not die of coronary failure, but from a massive cerebral oedema.

Heart attack is not a symptom that occurs during stress. It always takes place when the stress period is solved. The attack is a consequence of stress; it only comes after stress, not before. It is a huge hangover.

Heart attacks strike people who are very territorial, very yang, very much warriors, very controlling, very masculine.

To finish up, it is important to remember that territorial issues in animals are associated to reproduction. Animals defend their territory because, for them, the preservation of the species stands above the individual. Therefore, the territory is linked to the species, reproduction and offspring. This ancestral animal feeling means that nowadays we, humans, feel territorial conflicts in the neck of the womb, in the case of women, and in the prostrate, in the case of men.

Heart attacks occur more often at midday.

See Heart – angina, Heart – arrhythmias, Heart – communication between auriculae and Heart

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