What is a Biogram?

Your Blood's Fingerprint

 

The Symplasts, along with the red cells, white cells, plasma, etc., make up a unique blood pattern characteristic of the patient and his condition.  This composite blood print is called a 'Biogram'.

What else is in a Biogram?


An accurate Biogram includes all aspects of a patient's blood and takes into account their personality. To completely understand a patient's condition, you must understand how they got there. The clues to this mystery lie in the blood and include Symplasts. These holographic patterns are essential to understanding how the body, or terrain, is dealing with its many issues. Even someone who is healthy today will carry artifacts in the blood from their past.


Besides the holographic crystal patterns (Symplasts), features relevant to diagnosing the condition of the patient include the thickness and activity of the plasma, whether and to what extent the white cells are moving, and whether the blood appears 'dirty,' 'clean,' 'alive,' 'tired,' etc. In clean blood, the cells are round, clear, and neatly separated, and the plasma is not cluttered with debris.


The significance of the Symplast lies in the Pattern


These crystallizations are usually, though not always, in the shape of diseased organs. In acupuncture philosophy, each organ -- the kidney, the liver, the heart -- has its own energy field and electrical pattern. It seems that if the body is concerned about the kidney, the pattern of the kidney will be in the blood. When the blood is removed from the body, it precipitates out and the crystal grows in that pattern.


In Dr. Bigelsen's research he has found that if he studied 10 drops from patient X, they would all have a similar symplastic pattern. Patient Y would have a different symplastic pattern but would be consistent with just patient Y. If a patient is angry, it can be seen in the blood. If this patient has been angry for a week it will appear somewhat different and if this patient had a genetic history of anger it would appear different, also. These patterns that he has observed in the blood are totally reproducible, duplicable, and teachable. It is well known for centuries that we have a hologram in the ear, the iris, the palm, the foot, the tongue, etc... Why not a hologram in the blood? Just because Enderlein did not mention it, it doesn't mean a hologram doesn't exist.


The Hard Evidence


When Harvey Bigelsen, M.D., first saw crystallized images of diseased organs in the blood, he thought he was just imagining them, the way children see animal forms in clouds. But he kept observing correlations between the images and the patient's disease. He decided to take pictures and keep notes. The result was a substantial body of hard evidence demonstrating what alternative healers using muscle testing, electrodermal screening, and 'psychic' diagnosis have been claiming for years but could not prove because their techniques were operator-dependent -- that disease patterns can be diagnosed from the energy fields of the body.


Hemobiographic Analysis Uses Biograms


This discovery has launched a whole new field of study known as 'Hemobiographic Analysis,' which is quite simply, the study and interpretation of Biograms. Each and every person and disease has its own distinct, identifiable biogram, almost like a unique fingerprint.