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The heart has the atria (smooth muscle) and the ventricles (striated muscle). The coronary vessels are lined internally with squamous epithelium. The pericardium lines the heart.

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PERICARDIUM

Pericardial Effusion

Pericardial effusion occurs during the healing phase after a resolved “attack against the heart” conflict concerning the pericardium. The effusion becomes particularly large if there is also SYNDROM.

    Cardiac Arrest

    Cardiac arrest can be caused by an effusion of the pericardium (dissolved attack against the heart), but also by hanging healing of a conflict of excessive demands on the heart muscle (athlete’s heart).

      Cerebellar Shrinkage

      Cerebellar shrinkage is the result of recurring “attack on the heart” conflicts. The brain relay associated with the pericardium is located in the middle of the cerebellum.

        Pericarditis

        Due to a poly-cyclic course in an attack against the heart affecting the pericardium, the pericardium can harden over time. This hardening is known as Pericarditis.

          Pericardial Mesothelioma

          The pericardial mesothelioma develops in the active phase after an “attack against the heart” conflict.

            CORONARY ARTERIES

            Angina Pectoris

            Angina Pectoris is the conflict-active phase of a male territorial loss or a female sexual frustration conflict concerning the coronary arteries. The coronary vessels are lined on the inside with squamous epithelium, which belongs to the so-called pharyngeal mucosa scheme.

              Heart Attack

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              The heart attack is the crisis after a solved male loss of territory or female sexual frustration conflict. The heart attack has nothing to do with the occluded coronary arteries (= accompanying symptom), but is a pure brain symptom (no more signals from the bradycardic heart relay reach the heart muscle).

                Heart Stumbling

                In the coronary artery relay, we have dropouts (bradycardia) + angina pectoris during the crisis. In the myocardium, we have epileptic seizures in crisis.

                  Heart Failure

                  With a conflict mass of the male territory loss conflict of more than 9 months, the crisis is fatal after the solution (heart failure). In this case, the conflict should not be solved. However, the crisis of the left heart myocardium (epileptic seizure, blood pressure approaches zero) can also be fatal, see “Sudden infant death”.

                    CORONARY VEINS

                    Tachycardia

                    Pulmonary embolism is the crisis of a resolved loss of territory or sex. frustration conflict and is accompanied by tachycardia and shortness of breath. A distinction must be made between this and the crisis of the right heart myocardium (palpitations, high blood pressure). However, tachycardia could also be the result of hyperthyroidism (morsel).

                      Pulmonary Embolism

                      Pulmonary embolism is not caused by alleged blood clots from the deep veins of the legs – as conventional medicine believes – but from the coronary veins. These dissolve in the crisis after a sexual frustration conflict (female) or after a territorial loss conflict (male). With a conflict mass of over 9 months, the pulmonary embolism is fatal.

                        Tachykardie

                        Die Tachykardie (Herzrasen) kann die Krise des Herzkranzvenen-Relais sein (Lungenembolie), aber auch das Kammerflimmern (glatte Muskulatur, Heilungsphase).

                          MYOKARD

                          Heart Valves

                          The heart muscle is thicker than before at the end of the healing phase after a resolved overstrain conflict (= biological sense). In hanging healing, the heart muscle becomes thicker and thicker (athlete’s heart) and the heart valves no longer close properly.

                            Palpitations

                            Palpitations are the crisis (epileptic seizure) of the right heart myocardium (resolved overwhelmed conflict). The blood pressure rises for the time of the crisis.

                              Heart Stumbling

                              In the coronary artery relay, we have dropouts (bradycardia) + angina pectoris during the crisis. In the myocardium, we have epileptic seizures in crisis.

                                Infant death

                                Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the result of the crisis of an “Overwhelmed Conflict” involving the left myocardium (epileptic seizure).

                                  Circulatory Collapse

                                  The circulatory collapse is the crisis (epileptic seizure) of an overwhelming conflict concerning the left myocardium.

                                    Myocardial Infarction

                                    Myocardial infarction is an epileptic seizure of the striated ventricular muscles. In the right myocardium with high blood pressure, in the left myocardium with circulatory collapse (dangerous).

                                      Apparent Death

                                      Apparent death can occur during an epileptic seizure of the left myocardium (circulation is approaching zero). It is therefore a solved (crisis) overwhelming conflict. The handiness is decisive. Attention: Heart turn!

                                        Faintness

                                        The fainting seizure can be the epileptic seizure of the left myocardium, i.e. a resolved overwhelming conflict. It could also be the crisis of the liver bile ducts (hypoglycemia).

                                          Athlete'S Heart

                                          The athlete’s heart is created by hanging healing of a conflict of overwhelming demands concerning the myocardium. At the end of the healing process, the striated musculature is stronger than before (biological sense). In a hanging cure, the heart muscles become thicker and thicker, which is why the heart valves can no longer be able to close the void. This has nothing to do with sports.

                                            ATRIUM

                                            Ventricular Fibrillation

                                            Ventricular fibrillation is the healing phase of the conflict “you can’t get the blood pumped through” (e.g. due to a diagnosis of imminent carotid occlusion), concerning the smooth part of the heart muscle. Ventricular fibrillation is rare but dangerous.

                                              Tachykardie

                                              Die Tachykardie (Herzrasen) kann die Krise des Herzkranzvenen-Relais sein (Lungenembolie), aber auch das Kammerflimmern (glatte Muskulatur, Heilungsphase).

                                                Atrial Fibrillation

                                                The atria of the heart are smooth muscles and controlled by the midbrain. The conflict is the morsel of blood that cannot be pumped through. In the active phase, the smooth musculature causes paralysis, and in the healing phase diarrhea (colic), in the crisis again paralysis. Atrial fibrillation is thus the hanging cure for the conflict: “Your vessels are blocked, this will cause heart problems! (doctor’s diagnosis = track)