As multicellular organisms became larger and their chemical control substances became more numerous and specific in their actions on the tissues, the need arose for an "alternative communication and control system" (ACCS) which is not constrained by chemical specificity nor physiological barriers.
This system operates at a level totally different from the known physiological level, not "chemical" at all, but utilising an electrophysical property of the aqueous living environment.
When toxic congestion occurs in living tissue during disease states, one of the difficulties physiological processes have, as well as knowing exactly where it is occurring, is actually penetrating the congested tissues enabling it to deal with the problem and restore Homeostasis.
ACCS functions primarily to locate, identify, and manage problems of this nature. ACCS has a communication system which uses a type of signalling unlike anything of the known physiological.
Since the system operates on this electrophysical property of the solution of living tissues, ACCS's signals are unrecognised at the physiological level of cellular processes, unless it is ACCS's intention to do so in directing activities at the physiological level.
Many genes are proposed to be involved in making the components of ACCS. Some of these genes are expressed in all cells, in the form of specific biomolecular machines which operate effectively as transmitters at the level of this electrophysical property, constantly broadcasting signals within the range of the communication system used by ACCS; signals which reflect their functioning or Homeostatic status. These biomolecular machines also take part in physiological processes as well (e.g., "electric-motor" ATP synthase in the mitochondrial membrane) and the signal they transmit may be only an unintentional by-product of their mechanical activity...activity which alters in disease states.
Other genes make the main components of ACCS. One type acts as a receiver of the "broadcasted" cellular signals. In total, ACCS behaves like a dynamic entity in living tissues, which moves about unrestrained in the body, carried on this electrophysical property of the aqueous environment, effectively searching for abnormal "broadcasts" indicating potential disease states. It actually occupies the whole body at all times, undetected, but residing in a latent state in the tissues which are healthy.
ACCS evolved in parallel with known physiological/biochemical evolution, it's "dynamic" mobility (like a moving cloud, or induced state which appears spontaneously in tissues) suits it to the functions of locating, then directing the physiological level activities to resolve the developing disease conditions, and finally evolving to take over the responsibility of actually managing the resolution of disease states as soon as they appear at the physiological level. These managing activities were probably first associalted with physiological activities of the Brain.
Although saying that ACCS is responsible for preventing all disease, its role is more as a manager, to direct and guide the physiological processes to bring about a resolution of disease situations.
Hahnemann explained that if Homeopathic medicines are dissolved in water, then agitation would increase their potency. This suggests a type of induction in the solution.
In the living environment, this agitation is constantly maintained by the physiological processes themselves. In an area of altered agitation due to disease, ACCS is attracted, or it spontaneously appears in this tissue as an induced state in that region, a manifestation of a "dynamic" nature of ACCS.
In his books, Hahnemann made some statements about this "dynamic" nature which caused a rift between Homeopathy and Medical Science. But his views were based on a lifetime of experimentation and application of his medical system. His beliefs were logically deduced.
From Hahnemann's perspective, ACCS was the target of his medicines because they mimic the signalling of the ACCS system and influence its behaviour. He considered ACCS to be the disease-handling centre of the body, and not a system operating at the physiological level, such as the Central Homeostatic Control and the Immune system.
Hahnemann said that ACCS is well-equipped, and should detect all developing problems and deal with them before any disease symptoms are experienced by the patient. So, if any symptoms develop, ACCS is at fault for not detecting and dealing with the problem.
There is a control system, ACCS, operating in the body which manages all disease conditions as they develop in the body.
It operates and communicates at the level of, or on, an electrophysiological property of the aqueous living environment, separate from normal physiological and biochemical activities. Although it operates at a separate level, it has points of contact with the physiological level where it exerts its influence on disease states.
It is extremely mobile, so much so that it simultaneously prsent in the whole body. When ACCS first evolved, it probably first exerted its effects in the Brain, and then later extending its activities to the rest of the body.
When disease conditions arise, cellular biomolecular machines "broadcast" changed signals which result in a "dynamic" build-up (or induction) of the components of ACCS in the affected region. ACCS has an instinctual memory of how to handle each particular disease condition, and instructs the physiological processes of these tissues to resolve disease.
[ 29. July 2003, 15:53: Message edited by: Timokay ]
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