The Hidden Polarities of Nature

by Margaret K. Chaney

         
 


AUTHOR'S NOTE

In order to talk about the two different types of people and things, we need labels.  We do not want to use A or B because that implies a precedence of one category over the other.  1 and 2 pose the same problem.  Someone suggested that what might be involved here is fast and slow oxidization of the citric acid cycle.  If this concept does prove useful in describing diverse digestive processes, it still does not address the issue of opposite muscle responses to such things as trees and rocks, which we will talk about later in the book.  The bio-patterns seem to be linked to electro-magnetic polarities, so positive and negative might well be accurate labels, but in common usage, no one would want to be classed as negative so that connotation is inappropriare.

Finally I chose REDLIST and GREENLIST as being value-free designations.  Even though the RED list contains many red items such as red meat, tomatoes, and some red-skinned fruits, the GREEN list also includes many red items such as strawberries, red raspberries and watermelon.  The colors in the names, therefore, have no final significance beyond giving us labels to easily identify which items show up in which group.

 

 

CONTENTS

 


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PREFACE

 


INTRODUCTION

 


AUTHOR'S NOTE

 

THE BOOK

 


CHAPTER 1 
Polarities of 
Planet Earth

 


CHAPTER 2 
Muscle-Function 
Testing

 


CHAPTER 3 
Polarity 
Discoveries

 


CHAPTER 4
The Lists

 

 


CHAPTER 5
Polarities of
Body and Spirit

 


CHAPTER 6
Dietary
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 7
Polarities of
Daily Life

 


CHAPTER 8
Medical
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 9
Polarity
Mysteries

 


CHAPTER 10
Conclusions


 

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